Which cryptocurrencies are compatible with my Trezor wallet?

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8 months ago

I recently purchased a Trezor wallet to secure my cryptocurrency holdings, and I would like to know which cryptocurrencies are supported by this device. It’s important for me to understand the range of compatibility so that I can make informed decisions about which assets to purchase and store.

Additionally, I’m curious if there are any notable differences between the two models, Trezor One and Trezor Model T, in terms of supported cryptocurrencies. If there are some coins that are only supported by one model and not the other, identifying them would be beneficial for my asset management.

Moreover, if there’s a resource or an official list that is regularly updated with the supported currencies for Trezor wallets, that would be a great tool for me. Having access to such a list would help me stay up to date with the availability of new coins and tokens that I may be interested in securing with my Trezor wallet.

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8 months ago

The Trezor wallet supports a wide range of cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dash, and many ERC20 tokens among others. For the most comprehensive and updated list, it’s best to visit the Trezor website where they maintain a list of compatible cryptocurrencies. It is worth noting that the Trezor Model T generally supports a broader range of assets compared to the Trezor One, especially with newer and less common cryptocurrencies. Some coins may indeed only be supported on the Model T due to its more advanced hardware and software capabilities. Always ensure that your device’s firmware is up to date to have the latest support for new currencies and tokens.

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8 months ago

Having a Trezor myself, I’ve found their user interface quite intuitive when it comes to managing different cryptocurrencies. Although Synthesizer650 covered the basics, I’d like to add that it’s not just the hardware that dictates the compatibility, but also the specific wallets used for asset storage. Some coins require their dedicated wallets that might not be supported directly within Trezor – for such cases you’d need to use MyEtherWallet for Ethereum based tokens, for example. Also, remember that keeping your Trezor firmware updated indeed opens more opportunities for various cryptocurrency storages. Synthesizer650, do you have any experience with other hardware wallets and their compatibility with different altcoins?

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