Trezor Wallet

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Trezor Wallet is an easy-to-use browser interface for Trezor powered by SatoshiLabs. Using the Wallet, you can easily setup the device, manage your cryptocurrency assets, initiate transfers to other services or friends, and more.

See also: Apps:Trezor Wallet

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Trezor Wallet versions[edit]

Trezor Wallet (wallet.trezor.io) is the official production-level, battle-tested version of the web-wallet interface. It is feature-conservative, meaning new functions are added at a slower pace and only after they are thoroughly tested. The purpose of this wallet is to provide a stable and uninterrupted access to Trezor functions.

Trezor Beta Wallet (beta-wallet.trezor.io) is a less-tested version of the web-wallet. New features are released here first before we consider sufficiently reliable for the production wallet. It serves as a public feature-testing platform for the Trezor community, providing power users with quick access to new features.

Old Wallet (old-wallet.trezor.io) is an older version of the interface intended for backwards compatibility when a new version of Trezor Wallet is released. It is useful when some significant changes are applied. In other words, the previous version of Trezor Wallet ends here when it is replaced by the current version.

Wallets can be used interchangeably, as they are only the interface to your Trezor device.

Wallet Settings[edit]

The wallet settings page is accessible by clicking on Wallet settings on the left side of the Trezor Wallet interface (just below the listed Accounts).

The currency used in the wallet interface is always pre-set to USD. There are 32 national currencies available for rate estimates. All rate estimates are sourced from Coingecko.com.

Individual cryptocurrency wallets have to communicate with their respective blockchains in order to scan it, show correct balances, push transactions, etc. By default, the Trezor Wallet uses servers ran and maintained by SatoshiLabs.

You can change the respective backend server by placing a custom URL into the Bitcore Server URL form.

Check the status of all native Trezor servers at status.trezor.io.


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Wallet settings

Running a local instance[edit]

To run Trezor Wallet as a local instance on your computer, follow the instructions in "Running a local instance of Trezor Wallet" or in this blog post.

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