June Updates for Trezor devices & Wallet – TREZOR Blog

June Updates for Trezor devices & Wallet

Trezor Model T ● Trezor One ● Trezor Wallet updates

Today, we are happy to announce updates for Trezor devices and services. Trezor One and Trezor Model T are both getting their firmware updated, with new features and adjustments reflecting changes in certain cryptocurrencies. Your Trezor devices will be ready for Zcash Overwinter update or understand Bitcoin Cash’s cashaddr.

We also expanded cryptocurrency support in both Trezors. For instance, the firmware update for Trezor Model T contains NEM and Lisk support, among other cryptocurrencies. The Trezor One also learned to recognize new coins and tokens; more details below.

Our wallet interface, the Trezor Wallet, received an update as well, bringing you an expanded feature set. You can now export your transaction history in PDF, the estimated conversion to fiat currencies has been updated, and new currencies are available in the interface — Dogecoin and Vertcoin.

Please continue reading by clicking on the links below

Trezor Model T firmware update 2.0.7

Trezor One firmware update 1.6.2

Trezor Wallet release 19

Trezor One users: If your Trezor One is still running a firmware version older than 1.6.1, we strongly suggest you update to the latest version as soon as possible.

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Trezor Model T is the next-generation hardware wallet, designed with experiences of the original Trezor in mind, combined with a modern and intuitive interface for improved user experience and security. It features a touchscreen, faster processor, and advanced coin support, as well as all the features of the Trezor One.

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.

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