- Tried and tested over several years
- Built-in exchange support
- Established and trusted manufacturer
Not so great for:
- Limited coin support
Check out our full list of pros and cons or read on.
|Product Name||TREZOR One Wallet|
|Supported Cryptocurrencies||BTC, BCH, BTG, LTC, DASH, DOGE, ETC, ETH, ERC20, NEM, NMC, ZEC, EXP, UBQ|
The Trezor One is a cryptocurrency hardware wallet. It’s a device for securely holding cryptocurrency private keys offline in “cold” storage.
When you want to make a transaction you can plug in your Trezor and it will provide the keys to sign off on a transaction, which is done by physically pushing buttons on the device.
Its design protects your cryptocurrency by ensuring keys are always offline and by requiring physical interaction to confirm a transaction and prevent remote theft.
Supported cryptocurrencies: BTC, ETH, BCH, USDT, LTC, XLM, BNB, DASH, ETC and over 700 more.
Your Trezor One will come with:
You need to set up your Trezor One before you can deposit cryptocurrencies to it.
To set it up:
How to make or receive payments
The Trezor hardware wallet is designed to be used with the Trezor Wallet computer program.
After completing set-up, with your device plugged in, you can load funds onto your wallet:
To make a payment from the wallet:
This means you can trade cryptocurrencies directly through your Trezor using the wallet’s site.
You’ll need to:
You can buy the Trezor One at Trezor’s online store or through an approved reseller.
Before using a reseller, make sure you double-check that it’s on the approved reseller list maintained by Trezor.
Never buy a Trezor from anyone except an authorized reseller as confirmed by Trezor itself — and never buy a used or secondhand hardware wallet.
€69 or €189 for a 3-pack.
Trezor hardware wallets are widely regarded as among the most secure in the cryptocurrency market.
There has only been one confirmed vulnerability of the Trezor One, which involved using an oscilloscope to read energy spikes on the device when plugged in, and from there to decipher the private keys. This issue was fixed years ago, before it was publicly disclosed.
Trezor was one of the first hardware wallet manufacturers in the cryptocurrency scene, arriving in early 2014 as bitcoin started really taking off for the first time.
Since then, it has been a prominent figure in the cryptocurrency world.
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