Trezor’s New Hardware Wallet Looks For a Colorful Take on Bitcoin Security

Trezor’s New Hardware Wallet Looks For a Colorful Take on Bitcoin Security

When you are a member of the ever-growing Bitcoin community, Bitcoin security is always a high priority, especially when it comes to protecting personal data from governments and others. Through no fault of their own, the Coinbase fiasco dealing with the IRS is another example of Bitcoin users constantly under siege. Maybe using large centralized websites for Bitcoin is not the way to go to secure your decentralized currency? Trezor, the original hardware wallet for the Bitcoin community, is redesigning their popular Trezor, and we have some information on what they have in store for 2017.....


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The decision to bring virtual currency within the scope of our regulatory framework should be viewed by those who respect and obey the basic rule of law as a positive development for this sector. It recognizes the innovation virtual currencies provide, and the benefits they might offer society.

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