TREZOR to Ship First Batch of Bitcoin Hardware Wallets With

TREZOR to Ship First Batch of Bitcoin Hardware Wallets With "First Edition" Engraving

With the coming of TREZOR's hardware bitcoin wallets by the end of the month (and a few weeks late for the classic model), the company today announced that their first batch of shipments will be labeled "First Edition", to acknowledge the individuals who purchased them as "those who helped pushing the security and usability of Bitcoin forward." The label is to be engraved on the case of the units, and TREZOR also noted that they'll be including a TREZOR-labeled lanyard to help you tote your hardware wallet about town. The company also took the opportunity to provide a little more....


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