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What is a hardware wallet and how does Trezor work?[edit]

Hardware wallet is a special type of security device allowing users to store their cryptocurrency holdings. Trezor is the world’s first and most secure cryptocurrency hardware wallet. It enables you to make secure payments and manage cryptocurrencies without exposing any sensitive information to a potentially compromised computer.

What devices and operating systems are supported by Trezor?[edit]

Trezor device is compatible both with computer and smartphone. The supported operating systems are Windows 10, macOS 10.11 and higher, Linux and Android OS.

What are the differences between Trezor One and Trezor Model T?[edit]

Trezor One is the most trusted and ubiquitous hardware wallet in the world. It offers unmatched security for cryptocurrencies, password management, Second Factor, while maintaining an absolute ease-of-use, whether you are a security expert or a brand new user.

Trezor Model T is the next-generation hardware wallet. It is designed with experience from the original Trezor in mind, combined with a modern and intuitive interface for improved user experience and security.

While Trezor One has two physical buttons and smaller screen, Trezor Model T features a touchscreen, faster processor, advanced coin support, as well as all the features of the Trezor One. In addition, Trezor Model T has a magnetic dock with a double-sided tape which can be attached to any firm surface.

See also this comparison table

Which coins are currently supported?[edit]

Trezor supports hundreds coins and tokens including Bitcoin, Monero, Litecoin, Dash, Zcash, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Gold, Ethereum (+ all ERC20 tokens), Ethereum Classic, Expanse, UBIQ, NEM, and Bitcoin testnet. Refer to trezor.io/coins for the complete list of supported cryptocurrencies.

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