Your private key giving access to your coins is never exposed. It is protected within a secure chip locked by a PIN code, the same chip than the one used for passports and credit cards.
The Trezor Model T is the next-generation cryptocurrency hardware wallet, designed to be your universal vault for all of your digital assets. Store and encrypt your coins, passwords and other digital keys with confidence.
Invented for your digital independence
Securing your digital assets has never been more straightforward, be it cryptocurrencies, passwords, or other digital keys. With Trezor, you own your data. It is not a token. It is your wallet, it is your keychain, it is your digital safe.
You own your data. Trezor keeps your keys safe.
Your digital keys are the access keys to your coins and other data. TREZOR stores these keys for you, and allows you to use them safely. Your keys never leave the device, as the device is completely isolated.
Always know what you are doing
Designed for your confidence and ease-of-mind, Trezor allows you to be certain even during complex operations. The Model T features a touchscreen, giving you an intuitive and convenient interface to verify and approve all operations.
Easily backup of your entire wallet, once and for all
To make backups easier, we helped to create the standard recovery seeds (BIP32/39/44), meaning you can simply recover your entire wallet by using the 12-word recovery seed if you lose your device.
Store your passwords safely
Passwords are individually locked with the Trezor Password Manager, using your digital keys. Secrets are released one by one, and only after your physical confirmation on your Trezor.
Reinforce your accounts with U2F
The Model T can also serve as your U2F hardware token. In comparison to standard tokens, TREZOR fully utilizes its screen to inform you about the authentication request before you approve it. It is also backed up with your seed.
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