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How to use a Trezor Wallet

The Trezor is a Hardware Wallet that offers currencies a exceptional security for the storage of private Keys of Bitcoin and other Crypto, you can also perform with the Trezor, offline transactions.

How to set up the Trezor

The establishment of the Trezor is very easy. In order to properly set up, you need to connect it to the Computer. After that you should install a “Bridge”, the Bridge allows the Trezor to connect to the Computer.

Step 1: The first step consists of the Trezor with the supplied cable to the USB port on the computer connect.

Step 2: Then you go on myTrezor.com and install the extension for the Browser. The Trezor can be used with Android devices, Windows or Mac.

Step 3: now Start the extension, then has a message for you myTrezor, a PIN to choose. Then see nine fields, the Numbers are not visible.

Step 5: In this step, the Trezor is now a 24-word-of-Wallet “seed”. In short, one word after the other. You make a note of this Seed and keep it carefully. If the Trezor is damaged, lost or you will get robbed, then you can use the Seed, the complete Wallet.

Crypto-currencies received with the Trezor

After Setting up, you can now create a new Wallet. Now, create a Backup of the Trezors, and of the restoration Seeds. Select the name of the device. After that, you crypto-currencies can be sent to the Trezor Wallet and receive.

Bitcoins can send and receive

Step 1: Bitcoins to the Trezor Wallet to receive, just click on the Link Receive. Then click on the button “Show full address” and copy the address. After that, you can the Bitcoin of crypto-Exchanges like Coinbase or Bitstamp to this Bitcoin address and the Coins are safely stored in the Trezor Wallet.

Step 2: Bitcoins to the Trezor Wallet to another Wallet or to a crypto-Exchange platform to send, you have to just click the Link of the “Send” button, and all the Details such as address, amount, and fee type. Then you click on the, below are in dividend end of the green area of the “Send”.

If you open an Account with an Exchange, you currencies are usually automatically create a Wallet for the storage of the purchased Crypto. In such cases, however, you have no full control over your Keys (both private and public), which could pose a potential security threat.

A Standard Wallet that allows you to send crypto-currencies, receive and save. There are different types of Wallets: web-based Exchange-Hosted Wallets (Coinbase, Gemini, Binance, etc.), web-based Online Wallets (for example, Blockchain.info), traditional Cold-Storage Paper Wallets (bitcoinpaperwallet.com, bitaddress.org, MyEtherWallet) and portable Hard-Drive-Wallets in the Form of a USB stick such as the Trezor or Ledger.

A Hardware Wallet is an external device that connects to the Internet, if the user is required to send Assets, or to receive, and the connection to the Internet disconnects as soon as the transaction is executed. It confirmed transactions over the private Keys are offline saved. If the device is broken or lost, users can retrieve their Assets with a Backup Seed-Key.

Key Features of the Trezor

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