Trezor to Report on Fake Hardware Wallets

Trezor also told how to spot the difference between fake and genuine devices
20 November 2018   213

The manufacturer of Trezor hardware wallets announced the appearance of fake devices Trezor One, created and distributed by unknown people. Note that fake wallets are usually sold at a discount, which should already alarm buyers.

Team stressed that it is necessary to pay attention to the protective hologram on the package.

Fake (left) and genuine (right) Trezor devices
Fake (left) and genuine (right) Trezor devices

Wallets developers asked all users who bought fakes to contact support and in no case use a device.

At the same time, Trezor provided a list of trusted resources for buying devices, including a store on the official website, a store on Amazon and a network of trusted distributors.

Trezor Wallets to Receive Firmware Update

Trezor Model T got support for Monero, Cardano, Stellar, Ripple, Tezos, Decred, Groestlcoin, Lisk, Zencash, as well as Zcash Sapling
08 November 2018   152

Trezor hardware wallet developers have introduced new software updates for Model T (2.0.9) and Trezor One (1.7.1). It is noted that many of the changes were implemented by third-party developers from the community.

Trezor Model T got support for Monero, Cardano, Stellar, Ripple, Tezos, Decred, Groestlcoin, Lisk, Zencash, as well as Zcash Sapling.

Note that Trezor One implements support for the WebUSB protocol, which saves users of Trezor Wallet and Trezor Password Manager from having to use the Trezor Brigde software to interact with Google Chrome.

In addition, Trekor One adds support for Lisk and Stellar, and Zcash Sapling hardfork.

Earlier, support for Lisk, Factom, MIX Blockchain, Musicoin, GameCredits, and EtherGem was added to Ledger Nano S.