SatoshiLabs Shows Off Trezor 2 Prototype

SatoshiLabs Shows Off Trezor 2 Prototype

SatoshiLabs is currently holding its “Trezor 2” Hackathon at Paralelní Polis in Prague. As a bonus, the company also unveiled the prototype of its next generation bitcoin hardware device. The Trezor 2 Hackathon. Hackers and developers are gathering in the Czech Republic for the Trezor 2 Hackathon. Trezor says day one will feature the first public presentation of the Trezor 2, with well-known industry members also presenting. At the event, innovators such as Jochen Hoenicke, Marek Palatinus, Pavol Rusnak, and Andreas Antonopoulos are providing guidance and mentorship. SatoshiLabs said the....


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