A $99 Trezor Could Have Prevented the $70M Bitfinex Theft

A $99 Trezor Could Have Prevented the $70M Bitfinex Theft

The Bitfinex hack was an unfortunate time for Bitcoin users as the exchange had lost roughly $70 million USD in customer funds. Thus, the topic of security is on everyone’s lips as two hardware wallet manufacturers — Trezor and Ledger — are claiming that the hack could have been prevented with one affordable device. Trezor Wants to Stop Bitcoin Exchange....


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