Trezor is a technology company that operates in the cryptocurrency industry. The company provides hardware wallets that allow users to securely store, manage, and protect their cryptocurrencies. Trezor primarily serves the cryptocurrency industry. It is based in Prague 8, Czech Republic.
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Nov 17, 2023
Florida Governor DeSantis vows to protect Bitcoin in 2024 presidential campaign launch Florida Governor Ron DeSantis launched his presidential campaign on Twitter Wednesday, and said he will protect Bitcoin if elected president in 2024. In the Twitter Spaces event, DeSantis said that the Biden administration will “probably end up killing [Bitcoin]” if allowed to serve another four-year term. The statement comes as several large crypto firms are expanding operations overseas amid regulatory uncertainty. DeSantis has also voiced opposition to creating a US Central Bank Digital Currency and proposed last month to ban them in his home state. JUST IN: Ron DeSantis says he's against banning #Bitcoin , against CBDC's, and that "many politicians in Washington are anti-Bitcoin simply because they don't have full control over it". pic.twitter.com/CwywTvwXnc A Montenegrin high court revoked bail for Terraform Labs co-founder Do Kwon on Wednesday. The fallen crypto king and his former chief financial officer had both previously been granted a €400,000 bail earlier in May. However, the court decision on Wednesday tore up the decision following fears that the two men are a flight risk. They were arrested in March, accused of attempting to travel with fake documents. Coinbase partners with Vienna-based Bitpanda in overseas custody deal Coinbase announced a partnership with Austrian crypto investment business Bitpanda on Wednesday, which will help the US-listed exchange connect with European banks, Business Insider reported. In return, Coinbase will provide liquidity and custody services for Bitpanda, with non-US institutional being clients able to build trade infrastructure for several assets including cryptocurrencies. The company has sought to expand outside of the US following legal actions from agencies such as the Securities Exchange Commission. Stablecoin market shrinks for 14th straight month The stablecoin market has dropped to its lowest market capitalisation since September 2021 as it approaches a 14th consecutive down month, according to numbers from DefiLlama . Total market cap of stablecoins is down $60 billion from last year's all-time highs. The total market cap of stablecoins is currently around $129 billion, down 32% from all-time highs of $189 billion in April of last year. Stablecoins represent liquidity in crypto markets, and some analysts say that the shrinking number indicates the bear market is not over. Sushiswap and Lido clash over $72,000 in stolen funds Popular DeFi projects Sushiswap and Lido clashed over funds stolen in a multi-million dollar hack in their respective communities this week. The tensions began in April, when Sushiswap was attacked and had $3.3 million stolen, with the majority of the funds being sent to a Lido vault contract. Working together as an industry to support users in every way is essential. So when exploits occur, there exists no ambiguity in the morality of not returning stolen funds; it's theft. 1/ While the majority of funds were distributed automatically to Lido users and are non-recoverable, Sushiswap is fighting for 40 ETH, worth about $72,000, that was sent to Lido’s treasury. Lido’s governance body, LidoDAO, created a governance vote to return the funds, but the vote did not pass in Sushiswap’s favour. A new proposal has been created, but appears to be doomed to fail as well. Cybersecurity firm Unciphered allegedly hacks into popular Trezor T wallet Cybersecurity firm Unciphered says they can hack into one of the most popular hardware crypto wallets, the Trezor T model, after they released a Youtube video Wednesday which apparently demonstrated a method for acquiring the device’s private seed phrase. The company claims the method requires a hacker to be in physical possession of the device, with access to a powerful array of specialised equipment. Nonetheless, Unciphered stated that for Trezor to fix the issue would require a full recall of the devices. Trezor responded by emphasising the “extremely sophisticated technological knowledge and equipment” required to execute such a hack, and said it was working on a new security measure to address the issue. More web3 news from around the web…
Trezor Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is Trezor's headquarters?
Trezor's headquarters is located at Kundratka 2359/17a, Prague 8.
Who are Trezor's competitors?
Competitors of Trezor include Tangem and 6 more.
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