About Trezor One
Admired by experts, proven by time.
What is Trezor One ?
Trezor One is a multi-purpose security device most commonly used to secure Bitcoin & Altcoin transactions.
Trezor is also a powerful Password Manager and Two Factor (U2F) Authentication device.
Both easy and intuitive to use, Trezor is a must have device for securing your online life.
Its 'Security Made Easy'.
Why Hardware Wallets?
With traditional fiat money you the person are most important. In contrast, cryptocurrencies don’t care about the person, but rather the private key associated with a wallet.
Anyone that has access to your private key controls your funds. It is for this reason you must keep it safe.
Hardware wallets ensure your private key is never exposed to your computer or to the internet, protecting it from people that would steal your private key and ultimately your funds.
How Trezor works?
The Bitcoin protocol works by sending signed messages of payment across the Internet and itself is secure by design. In order to sign a message you need to have a set of encryption keys.
Trezor is the device that securely creates and holds these keys.
Trezor ensures your private key is never exposed to your computer or to the internet, protecting it from people and viruses that would easily steal your private key and therefore your funds.
Supports holding many different digital assets in the same device. No physical limitations.
Check & confirm every transaction on the built-in display. Physical buttons for confirmation ensure you are always in control.
Proven Transparent Security
Firmware verification ensures Trezor only runs if the firmware is signed by the manufacture SatoshiLabs. Device PIN and optional passphrase's further protects your assets from unauthorised access.
Use companion apps such as Electrum and Mycelium wallets, 2FA, GPG, SSH and more.
U2F Authentication Done Right
Use seamless universal Second Factor authentication standard U2F with Google, Dropbox, GitHub, Dashlane, WordPress & GitLab and more.
TPM Password manager encrypts each password entry separately, derived from your unique private key on your Trezor. TPM is impenetrable to hackers and malware.
Trezor One Specifications
Dimensions & Weights
Size: 60mm x 30mm x 6mm
Weight: 12 g
Screen, Connectivity & Backup
OLED measuring 128x64px
Micro USB connector for connecting to computers or smart phones
Recovery Seed Phrase BIP39
Windows 10 or newer, Mac (10.11 and higher)
Linux & Android with companion apps Trezor manager and Mycelium.
iOS & Windows Phone are not yet supported.
ChromeOS is not officially supported but should work via Google's WebUSB.
120 MHz embedded ARM processor running custom developed system.
To name a few : Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Gold, Bitcoin Private, Binance, Chainlink, Dash, Dogecoin, Decred, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Expanse, ENJIN, Fujicoin, Golum, Groestl, Komodo, HoloChain, Icon, Litecoin, Lisk, Mona, MakerDAO, Nem, OmiseGO, PowerLedger, Qtum, Ravencoin, Salt, Storj, Stellar, Synthetix, Theta, TenX, Wax, Vertcoin, Ubiq, Zcash, Zencash, Zcoin, Zilliqa, and Bitcoin Testnet.
In addition Ethereum ERC20 and Binance ERC20 issued tokens can all be secured with Trezor One.
Trezor One Password Manager
Traditional password managers share one common weak point - ‘the master password’. Once someone knows your Master Password they have access to all of your passwords, and essentially your entire online identity.
Trezor Password Manager (TPM) does not require a master password. Instead, your physical Trezor is the ‘master key’ to your passwords protected by your PIN.
TPM encrypts each password entry separately, derived from your unique private key on your Trezor. All smart operations and your private keys never leave Trezor making TPM impenetrable to hackers and malware.