Trezor Hardware Wallets May Soon Support Ethereum

Trezor Hardware Wallets May Soon Support Ethereum

Trezor, the well-known Bitcoin hardware wallet may soon include Ethereum support, allowing people to store ether on their devices. Trezor, the hardware Bitcoin wallet from SatoshiLabs will soon allow users to store ether in it as well. The latest news snippet is making rounds on the internet communities. The claims about Trezor extending support to ether is also backed by the respective source code for the hardware wallet which is available on the device’s GitHub repository. Ethereum is probably the next best thing that ever happened to the cryptocurrency industry. As the demand for ether,....


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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