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June 28, 2019, 05:25:09 PM
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Later today I am going to update all my Trezors so I will report back the update time.

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June 28, 2019, 06:09:21 PM
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How much time do updates take to go from Beta to the official wallet? I've seen a blog article in December 2018 about supporting Ethereum without using MEW, and apparently, that's still not available?

There is no fixed time. I wouldn't be surprised if they wanted to move all coins to their new wallet, which is currently used by XRP and ETH, before pushing changes to the normal branch.

Later today I am going to update all my Trezors so I will report back the update time.

He asked about something different. Software updates don't take much time, especially on Trezor T which has a faster CPU than the previous model.

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July 07, 2019, 02:44:21 AM
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Feature suggestion: offer the sale of gift codes/vouchers redeemable for Trezors. Such codes could be given out in contests or raffles, removing the concern that a device may have been tampered with, especially if it's being sent by someone lacking a good reputation.

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July 07, 2019, 04:42:33 PM
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Feature suggestion: offer the sale of gift codes/vouchers redeemable for Trezors. Such codes could be given out in contests or raffles, removing the concern that a device may have been tampered with, especially if it's being sent by someone lacking a good reputation.

I reached out to their support on the official Telegram channel and it turned out that this feature was probably on their roadmap. Anyway, Trezor employee promised to forward your suggestion to the marketing department.




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July 07, 2019, 05:07:24 PM
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Does anyone have an idea about Trezor accepting new translation requests on their Crowdin? I've sent a request and emailed them as they requested but still no responses for a few months now.

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July 07, 2019, 05:53:30 PM
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Does anyone have an idea about Trezor accepting new translation requests on their Crowdin? I've sent a request and emailed them as they requested but still no responses for a few months now.

The last update of the translation project from SatoshiLabs was almost 6 months ago. It looks like they have given up. Most of the translations were complete, but some users started to paste translations from Google Translate and some entries were erased (even the correct ones).

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July 13, 2019, 08:36:39 AM
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What makes a strong passphrase? How much does it cost to brute-force a passphrase? Should you use a passphrase for your Trezor?
Is your passphrase strong enough?

https://blog.trezor.io/is-your-passphrase-strong-enough-d687f44c63af



-Option 1: A random sequence of words
-Option 2: A random-character passphrase
-Option 3: A valid English sentence
-Passphrase length and security
-Show me the math
-Trezor Trusted Display
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August 20, 2019, 05:57:33 PM
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Trezor celebrates the 100th episode of Stephan Livera's podcast. Until the 27th of August, you can get a 10% discount for any Trezor hardware wallet on the official store. Use 'SLP100' promo code.

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September 05, 2019, 01:01:47 PM
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Hm, today I update the new firmware on my Trezor One, after that, I have a new look of my first screen on them. Now I am not sure is it comes with the new firmware or I have a hardware problem. i did a couple of transactions and everything seems to be fine.


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September 05, 2019, 01:16:12 PM
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Hm, today I update the new firmware on my Trezor One, after that, I have a new look of my first screen on them. Now I am not sure is it comes with the new firmware or I have a hardware problem. i did a couple of transactions and everything seems to be fine.

It is a new security feature. The appearance of these randomly generated white pixels mitigates the recently discovered OLED display information leak. Trezor T is not affected since it uses a different type of display. You can learn more about this vulnerability here.

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September 06, 2019, 10:42:06 PM
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September 07, 2019, 02:03:21 PM
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Trezor introduced a new security standard called Shamir backup which is basically a way to split backup seeds. It's not available in the Trezor one so I couldn't try it, but could someone who did give us his thoughts about the subject?

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September 07, 2019, 07:27:23 PM
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Trezor introduced a new security standard called Shamir backup which is basically a way to split backup seeds. It's not available in the Trezor one so I couldn't try it, but could someone who did give us his thoughts about the subject?

The whole process was fairly easy thanks to the detailed guide. I set the number of shares to 3 and the threshold to 2. I selected 20 words to keep it simple (typing in 66 words during recovery even on such a display would be tedious). Everything seems to be working fine, but I am going to stick to my current security policy. I recovered my old wallet. Feel free to ask me any questions.

By the way, Bitcoin only firmware has been available for both Trezor One and T since 4th September.

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September 09, 2019, 05:02:56 AM
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Theoretically... you could implement it with ANY backup seed using the Shamir's secret sharing scheme... refer: http://point-at-infinity.org/ssss/

Obiviously, getting a collection of 20 (or 33) word phrases is a bit more user friendly that a collection of HEX outputs that the SSSS linked above generates, but I would imagine it would be relatively trivial to simply re-encode the generated HEX to a word list using a system similar to BIP39.

The advantage of the Trezor solution is that the SatoshiLabs guys have built it into the Trezor T natively, so the data entry and conversion from recovery to actual seed mnemonic seed etc is secured within the device itself... nice and elegant... and most important, easy to use.

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September 24, 2019, 11:55:07 AM
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Trezor prepared a newsletter-exclusive offer for people who sign up for their newsletter. All readers are going to receive it on Wednesday. The subscription link can be found in the tweet below.

Source: https://twitter.com/Trezor/status/1176221067943325697

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September 25, 2019, 03:19:44 PM
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The newsletter-exclusive offer turned out to be a 15% discount code off anything in Trezor Shop, valid through 30 September. The code doesn't seem to be unique for each participant. Anyway, I am not going to use it so I can give it to anyone who sends me a private message.

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October 07, 2019, 11:00:59 PM
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Hi guys!
I had generated a BIP39 seed and set up a software wallet based on it. Everything works fine. I am wondering if I can use the same seed to get access to my wallet with Trezor? Does trezor use regular BIP39 seeds for restoring wallets or it requires a special seed, which has to be generated on a trezor device?
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October 07, 2019, 11:04:12 PM
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Hi guys!
I had generated a BIP39 seed and set up a software wallet based on it. Everything works fine. I am wondering if I can use the same seed to get access to my wallet with Trezor? Does trezor use regular BIP39 seeds for restoring wallets or it requires a special seed, which has to be generated on a trezor device?\
You mean import a wallet you generated on your PC, with a different wallet, into Trezor?

Yes, you can. But I wouldn't do that. The point of a hardware wallet is that it is generated in an isolated device and it's safe from any outsider risk. If you import a seed that was generated outside the device, you can't guarantee the same security.

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October 07, 2019, 11:36:42 PM
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Hi guys!
I had generated a BIP39 seed and set up a software wallet based on it. Everything works fine. I am wondering if I can use the same seed to get access to my wallet with Trezor? Does trezor use regular BIP39 seeds for restoring wallets or it requires a special seed, which has to be generated on a trezor device?
You mean import a wallet you generated on your PC, with a different wallet, into Trezor?
I mean, can I use an existed BIP39 seed (which was generated by third party software) to get access to a wallet?
Or Trezor is designed to recover wallets only with seeds which were generated by Trezor devices?
By the way, a trezor's native 12-word seed is a BIP39 one?

I am asking because I know that different developers use different algorithms to generate seeds and some devices might not support BIP39 seeds.

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October 07, 2019, 11:38:33 PM
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I mean, can I use an existed BIP39 seed (which was geterated by third party software) to get access to a wallet?
Or Trezor is designed to recover wallets only with seeds which were generated by Trezor devices?
By the way, a trezor's native 12-word seed is a BIP39 one?

I am asking because I know that different developers use different allgorithms to generate seeds and some devices might not support BIP39 seeds.
Like I said, yes. AFAIK, Trezor's seed is also BIP39.

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