TREZOR Offers Another Update on Hardware Wallet Status

TREZOR Offers Another Update on Hardware Wallet Status

The TREZOR hardware wallet has been highly anticipated, and with numerous delays, some customers have all but given hope for a release. The company has provided us with some updates for the anxious customers out there desperate for any news on their pre-orders. According to a company spokesperson, "...we just finished packing of the metallic version of TREZOR and started shipping first pre-orders [this] previous week." The spokesperson adds: "Unfortunately we are waiting for a Classic version of TREZOR which is still being manufactured due to problems we had with our former manufacturer."....


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