Trezor now taking pre-orders for its hardware Bitcoin wallet

Trezor now taking pre-orders for its hardware Bitcoin wallet

It's been a day for reporting hardware incarnations of Bitcoin. First we had Firmcoins, and now we have the more established Trezor team taking pre-orders for its self-named Bitcoin wallet-cum-dongle. There are two versions of the device. A plastic-encased model, set for a November 2013 release, sells for 1 BTC. That is followed by a brushed aluminum version which costs 3 BTC and is slated for an October 2013 release. Pre-ordering for either of the wallets is available through the Trezor eShop. "This Pre-Order allows you to purchase a TREZOR today and be among the first TREZOR owners when....


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Bitcoin is getting there. But it’s not there yet. When it gets there, expect governments to panic and society to be reshaped into something where governments cannot rely on taxing income nor wealth for running their operations.

Rick Falkvinge, IT Enterpreneur, Politician. Founder of the Swedish pirate party