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Author Topic: is trezor safe for extremly high values? and can make multiple transaction?  (Read 68 times)
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January 28, 2018, 03:24:05 AM
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Trezor is safe i know but still is it good to handle about 500 transactions in batch.
How to connect an api system and confirm transactions one by one and sent in a batch.
Can i make a different password for api and limit the api withdraw?  so coders can get away with an hefty btc lol.

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January 28, 2018, 04:37:58 PM
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Trezor is safe i know but still is it good to handle about 500 transactions in batch.
How to connect an api system and confirm transactions one by one and sent in a batch.
Can i make a different password for api and limit the api withdraw?  so coders can get away with an hefty btc lol.


I wouldn't trust Trezor to be honest. Do you trust their RNG? do you trust the internals enough to know that it will be isolated when you connect it to a computer?

Why not get a linux laptop, libreboot it, and put an offline wallet there, then craft the raw transactions, convert them in a QR code, and then pass this QR code into an online computer to broadcast it? This is I think the best way to go for serious cold storage that I know of.

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January 28, 2018, 09:03:02 PM
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Trezor is safe i know but still is it good to handle about 500 transactions in batch.
How to connect an api system and confirm transactions one by one and sent in a batch.
Can i make a different password for api and limit the api withdraw?  so coders can get away with an hefty btc lol.


I wouldn't trust Trezor to be honest. Do you trust their RNG? do you trust the internals enough to know that it will be isolated when you connect it to a computer?

Why not get a linux laptop, libreboot it, and put an offline wallet there, then craft the raw transactions, convert them in a QR code, and then pass this QR code into an online computer to broadcast it? This is I think the best way to go for serious cold storage that I know of.

There's something a bit off about the idea of a 500x transaction, whether one with 500 ins or outs or 500 separate transactions, done from any cold storage platform.

Or am I wrong on this? Seems like it is based on how you define cold storage, but I am curious as to opinions on the matter.
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