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Trezor Model T - Next Generation Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallet with LCD Color Touchscreen and USB-C, Store Your Bitcoin, Ehereum, ERC20 and More with Total Security
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- CUTTING EDGE TREZOR MODEL T is a hardware device that securely stores your private keys to your digital assets, from cryptocurrencies to passwords. You will enjoy total security and easy access to your digital identity when you need it. This is a must for anyone who uses crypto in daily life and wants to protect their digital identity against threats. Works with USB-C and microSD card.
- TOUCH SCREEN DISPLAY Designed for your confidence and ease-of-mind the Model T features a touchscreen, giving you an intuitive and convenient interface to interact directly with the device to verify and approve all operations.
- SETS UP IN 3 QUICK STEPS. 1) Connect to your computer or phone, 2) open trezor.io/start in your browser, 3) follow the simple instructions. Works seamlessly on Windows, macOS, and Linux. This is the super easy to use tight security you need to effectively avoid hacks, theft, and loss of your assets.
- INCLUDES EVERYTHING you need: a USB cable, User Manual, and Recovery Seed Cards. Model T comes in a popular black color. Made of highly durable materials with no toxins or harmful chemicals. Safe to use for 24/7 protection.
- 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE ensures this will quickly become your favorite no-risk purchase. Please return unused. This makes a fine birthday gift, holiday present, or anniversary gift for anyone who values exceptional security for confident, no stress crypto transactions.
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TREZOR MODEL T Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallet for next generation storage of digital assets. Securely stores private keys to your crypto assets, passwords, with complete cryptographical security that protects you against hackers, thieves and bots. Passwords are generated, protected and managed with Password manager. They are only released one by one and only after your physical confirmation on the Model T. Can serve as U2F hardware token. The screen will inform you of authentication requests before approval. Easily and instantly back it up with the included seed cards and restore in case of theft or loss. Comes with a USB cable so you can start using the Model T's complete capabilities immediately.
- Trezor Model T Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallet
- Smart next generation storage of digital assets
- Securely stores private keys to your cryptocurrencies, passwords
- Protects you against hackers, malware, bots, and more
- Password managers generate strong passwords and let you use them securely
- Serves as U2F hardware token
- Requires physical approval for authentication requests
- Easy 3 step setup
- Comes with backup seed cards and USB cable
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Here’s the thing about the Trezor hacks though: if you use the Hidden Wallet feature where you can use a password with your wallet, also known as the 25th seed word, you are totally protected from any vulnerability that has ever affected Trezor (phishing attacks not included since that is entirely up to the user to detect and avoid).
Buy the Trezor Model T, not the Trezor One. Security is better with the touchscreen. DYOR but know that Trezor is the best choice. Purchase with confidence my friends, Trezor is the way to go.
UPDATE 7/27: Finally got it working by connecting to a USB 3.1 port directly on my motherboard (the computer's back panel) -- worked instantly and perfectly. The software is very polished, and the device is more straightforward to use than the Ledger (no apps!). I'll post another update after I've used it for some length of time.
UPDATE 8/1: I've now given the Trezor a thorough workout, and I have to say that I really love it. It's very easy to use, and it connects reliably every time (do NOT use a USB hub, as mentioned above -- the front panel of your computer may be using an internal hub, so if you have a desktop, use one of the USB ports on the rear: those are on the motherboard itself). Entering your pin is quick and easy on the touch screen, though big-fingered me sometimes hits the wrong number, because the screen is small. A nice security feature is that the device changes the positions of the numbers each time so that no one can guess your PIN by looking at the fingerprints on the screen, and so it's harder for people looking over your shoulder to guess what you're entering.
The wallet software is best run under Chrome, which supports WebUSB. It's very simple to use, and there's a clever integration with Dropbox to allow you to label your transactions and addresses if you desire. (You want this, I promise.) My only complaint about the wallet software is that it doesn't support Ethereum/Ether directly. The Trezor itself, does, but you have to use a different wallet software (MyEtherWallet) which is not nearly as simple as the Trezor folks make it sound. They are rumored to be working on adding Ether support to the Trezor Wallet software, but until then, I'm using my Ledger Nano S for Ethereum transactions.
When using a hardware wallet like the Trezor, you need to know you can recover access to your funds if something happens to the wallet (loss, theft, destruction, etc.). Before sending any money to my Trezor, I wiped it, then recreated it using the recovery seed that's generated when you first initialize the device. It worked perfectly. I bought a Billfodl to secure my recovery seed, and I'd highly recommend that or something similar to keep your own recovery seed safe. After all, if something happens to your wallet, you can recreate it using the recovery seed; but if you lose your recovery seed or someone steals it, your funds are gone.
tl;dr -- 5 star device, minus 1 star for no Ethereum support in the Trezor Wallet software
In my case, I happened to notice where the wallet rebooted anyway despite the fact that the download process had frozen up and was effectively aborted. So after clicking on the "START" button again several more times anyway, I kept getting an error message. Disconnecting the wallet from the computer and reconnecting it in an effort to start over on the firmware download process also didn't work, as the same error message kept appearing.
At that point, I connected the wallet to a different computer just to see if that might work, but it didn't. And in that case, instead of simply getting the aforementioned error message, I was getting a different message indicating that the wallet was essentially not even being recognized by the system platform.
So not quite giving up at that point, I looked up the technical support page for the Trezor website thinking that - for sure - I would be able to contact somebody via either email, a form submission, or to be able to create a technical support ticket in some way. But no, there are no such options available. No email links; no phone numbers to call -- NOTHING!
Instead, what the Trezor Company expects you to do is this:
a) Browse through their archive of various trouble-shooting issues that are based on both past and concurrent technical problems that have ALREADY been experienced by other customers, which is in the interest of seeking to determine if anyone else's particular problem happens to mimic your own problem. How lame!
b) Then the OTHER option was to join a discussion board of current users to AGAIN see if anyone from the public community of users might be able to give some pointers on trouble-shooting any particular issue. Again, how lame!
So at that point, I was done! I applied for a refund from Amazon the same day I received the product.
Cryptocurrency hardware wallets are, in theory, the most secure means of offline storage for digital assets other than paper wallets in those instances where paper wallets are even available depending on the given asset in question. This may be true, but obviously it is necessary to connect to your online wallet interface through the wallet provider website portal (in this case Trezor) in the interest of accessing the assets and being able to transfer them, exchange them, spend them, or whatever.
So I think the big moral to this story is that a hardware wallet is ONLY as good as the underlying service provider for the wallet. If the service provider is unreliable, and seemingly otherwise "aloof" like in the case of my experience here, then the wallet itself is obviously nothing short of being a piece of garbage. So in this case, I found the Trezor Company to be unreliable and aloof in the way they conduct their business.
Last but not necessarily least is the fact that when I bought the wallet in the first place, there was ZERO indication showing through the advertisement here on Amazon that the product was still in the "BETA TESTING" phase of development, at least concerning the actual wallet interface itself that would be provided through the Trezor website. I didn't realize the product was in BETA until after I first attempted the download process of the suggested firmware. However, had I known beforehand that it was indeed still undergoing BETA testing, then I definitely would have thought twice about making the purchase when I did.
Probably I would not have made the purchase with the knowledge it was still in BETA; but in any case, had notice of the fact for the BETA testing been given through the advertisement itself here on Amazon, then at least I would have been able to make an educated decision on the matter...
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Even though the ledger nano s seems to have the most crypto’s supported, I found the wallet software and device itself less slightly more complicated.
The keepkey has nice hardware and nice simple software, but it greatly lags behind in software and crypto feature support.
This model T far is my favourite. It still retains everything I liked about the original trezor, but the addition of a nice large touch screen, along with the ability to enter your pin on the device itself (similar to the ledger) is fantastic.
If you already own a model one, I don’t really think there’s any need to upgrade at this point. But I definitely recommend this one if you’re in the market for an HW wallet.
Leider musste ich die Bewertung auf einen Stern abändern. Software und Hardware kommen nicht aus einer Hand. Da sind Probleme vorprogrammiert. Jedenfalls kann ich meine aufwändig auf den Trezor-T verlagerten Coins nicht senden. Die Website wartet auf den Trezor, der nach Bestätigung der Transaktion einfach dunkel bleibt.
Die Coins sind zwar nicht weg aber solange man so viel Ärger damit hat, bleibe ich lieber bei einer Software-Wallet.
Leider warte ich schon drei Tage auf das Flaggschiff in Sachen Passwort-/Keysicherheit.
Soweit ich das bisher sehen kann bietet das Gerät tatsächlich hundertprozentigen Schutz gegen fremden Zugriff.
Wenn ich es richtig verstanden habe, schützt es jedoch die Daten auch vor dem rechtmäßigen Eigentümer.
Sollte der Trezor unterwegs verloren gehen oder beschädigt / zerstört werden, gibt es offenbar keine Möglichkeit, an die Passwörter und Keys zu kommen. Ich hätte erwartet, dass ich kurzfristig Exodus auf meinem PC oder Handy installieren und mit der Seed wenigstens auf meine Keys für das e-Wallets zugreifen kann. Es kann nicht angehen, dass man sich ein neues Gerät für weiter 180 Euro kaufen muss. Den Ärger ist die Sache einfach nicht wert. Wenn der Trezor endlich ankommt, geht er sofort zurück.
So, andernorts ein Examplar erstanden!
Der Rolls-Royceunter den Hardware Wallets soll nun (aufgrund der Kooperation) mit Exodus arbeiten.
Kleines Exodus-Wallet mit großem Trezor T-Wallet im Hintergrund, so der Planm.
Geht natürlich auch nicht, so wie gedacht.
Die Währungen NANO, XMR, XTZ, BTT, ARK, BNB, BSV, ADA, ATOM, DOGE, EOS,,ICX, LSK, XEM, NEO, GAS, ONT,
ONG, QTUM, RVN, TRX, VET, VTHO, WAVES werden von Exodus und dem TREZOR T unterstützt, aber leider nicht zusammen. Soll heißen, man kann seine Moneros-Coins die auf dem TREZOR-T liegen mit Exodus nicht verwalten. Die Monero-Coins in der Exodus-Wallet aber schon. Klima im Auto aber nicht während der Fahrt. Nein, ich werde nicht ausfallend, ich sage nur ... Da gibt es noch viel zu tun!
bin sehr zufrieden damit.
I understand that because the seed is created on the device then the 12 words is basically the same thing as the 24 words but why not let me choose which one I want to use?
Otherwise it's great.
Get one & store your crypto off line!