First Trezor 'Classic' Hardware Wallets Could Ship This Month

First Trezor 'Classic' Hardware Wallets Could Ship This Month

Hardware wallet manufacturer SatoshiLabs says it is "on track" to start shipping the first Trezor 'Classic' wallets to customers by the end of July. Initially, the company will fulfil early pre-orders, it adds, but, as soon as there is sufficient stock, SatoshiLabs will open its e-shop for regular sales. Hardware wallets are dedicated devices aimed to more securely store bitcoins. Their advantage stems from the fact that, since they don't connect to the Internet, they offer greatly reduced exposure to potential hackers or malware. The Trezor Classics' new plastic case. Production delays.....


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