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November 26, 2017, 05:21:09 AM
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Hello, I bought a trezor wallet a while ago now I was wondering if it has a option to add a extra password just to send funds across? Just like blockchain.info has, please let me know thanks.
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November 26, 2017, 02:39:28 PM
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Follow this guide: https://blog.trezor.io/hide-your-trezor-wallets-with-multiple-passphrases-f2e0834026eb

There is even a way to use more than one password to have "secret wallets".

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November 26, 2017, 10:34:53 PM
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Hello, I bought a trezor wallet a while ago now I was wondering if it has a option to add a extra password just to send funds across? Just like blockchain.info has, please let me know thanks.
You're asking about the "2nd password" functionality that b.info has right?

That isn't really required with a Trezor... as you need both physical access so transactions can actually be sent to the device for signing and to push the confirm button, the PIN to unlock the device in the first place (and, if set, a passphrase to "generate" the correct wallet)... There really is no need for an EXTRA password on top of all that! Wink Tongue

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November 27, 2017, 09:34:37 PM
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Plus the Trezor PIN can be 9 digits long if you want to set it so.  Remember, on the Trezor each failed attempt requires an exponential time interval increase before entering another "attempted" PIN.  If you enter the PIN incorrectly just 3-5 times it gets crazy waiting for the time to expire to accept another PIN trial.  At 9 digits and after say 5 wrong attempts a thief is dead in the water waiting and waiting.  Unplugging the Trezor does NOT reset the waiting time.  Even on an infected computer the PIN you are entering is not able to be observed so you are always safe.  On the Trezor2 the PIN is entered on the actual hardware screen I believe.  I'll be getting a few but I am waiting a couple months.

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