Home Foren Trezor Wallet FYI – Scharen von Ledger-Benutzern (wie ich) kommen

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    • #2238855
      root_s2yse8vt
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      Ich benutze seit 7 Jahren ein Ledger und hatte nie irgendwelche Probleme. Nichts gegen Trezor, nur kaufte ein Ledger zuerst und nie benötigt, um zu wechseln.

      Jetzt sieht es so aus, als würde das neue Ledger-Firmware-Update die Speicherung von Seed-Phrasen auf Ledger-Servern (?!) ermöglichen. Ich habe soeben mein erstes Trezor Model 1 bestellt, und jeder, der mir die wichtigsten Unterschiede nennen kann, ist mir sehr willkommen! Seien Sie außerdem darauf gefasst, dass Ihnen alle nur erdenklichen Fragen gestellt werden, wenn in den kommenden Monaten Zehntausende neuer Mitglieder diesem Sub beitreten.

    • #2238856
      souquemsabes
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      welcome on board, guys.

      When i decided to buy a HW wallet, i chose Trezor because it is open code and Ledger’s is not.

      Now, the diference is clear…..

      good way to lose some (many) clients….

    • #2238857
      stickac
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      Welcome! 🤗

    • #2238858
      worker55
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      The main thing to know with the Trezor wallet is that when verifying your seed phrase or when typing in your 25th word, it gives you the nudge to type that sensitive information right into your computer via the keyboard. **Do not do this.** Instead, follow the harder-to-do option of typing your seed phrase directly into the Trezor device by clicking around and finding the “advanced” option for entering the seed phrase and the 25th word.

    • #2238859
      No_Fisherman_8651
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      It doesn’t have the best coin support, you can check on Trezors website. But it pairs really nicely with Exodus. Trezor does support some coins that are not viewable on Trezor suite but they can be if synced with third party wallets like Exodus. This allows you to receive funds to your Trezor if you are not near a computer using the Exodus mobile app. Pretty simple to add a coin/token wallet on either trezors native software or Exodus.

      With the Trezor One, you don’t input the pin on the device itself. It scrambles a keypad and you have to click the corresponding locations of the numbers on your screen. Screen doesn’t show numbers, just 9 squares.

      Vs ledger, way easier to read and confirm wallet addresses.

    • #2238860
      libert-y
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      Same boat here. I’ll give trezor a chance.

    • #2238861
      BusinessBreakfast3
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      Joining as well!

    • #2238862
      tbone338
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      Reason I chose the model T over the model 1: only the T supports cardano. That could be a big deal for some

    • #2238863
      GaRGa77
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      Open source FTW

    • #2238864
      rootweiler_fr
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      Haha! Make me some place I’m jumping on trezor’s boat too!

    • #2238865
      maddhy
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      Note that Trezor 1 does not support XMR but Trezor T does

    • #2238866
      IAmTheLostBoy
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      Truth. Just ordered mine

    • #2238867
      NOOBS_H8M3_
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      Bought a model t

    • #2238868
      alby6969696969
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      The trouble for a lot of Ethereum validators, we cannot change our Etherum Validator withdrawal address. So for those of us (like me), who set their validator Withdrawal address to a Ledger address, we are stuck with this old seed.

      So I would actually need to import my 24 word seed into Trezor, before taking a sledge hammer to the Ledger.

      I know in doing do I risk that my seed is already compromised by Ledger, but I do not have a choice for my Ethereum Validators.

    • #2238869
      haakonbsen
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      Just got a trezor. I dont trust Ledger no more.

    • #2238870
      Lobunde
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      Joining soon as well (coming from the nightmare A.K.A Ledger)

    • #2238871
      mcgravier
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      Theres a long list of sins Ledger committed since inception, but this is not one of them. I’m glad you’re switching – reasons were there, yet noone really seemed to care. From the dishonest marketing – Ledger promoted as immune to physical attacks, until proven horribly wrong, through spamming reddit, dishonest smear articles against Trezor, to bricked devices, MCU security exploit, and leakage of ALL critical personal user data, including names, home addresses, phone numbers etc.

      Ledger is an awful company, but there’s nothing wrong in optional backup like this. You’re doing the right thing for a completely wrong reason

    • #2238872
      Niwde101
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      Damn it, now Im gonna buy a Trezor T.

    • #2238873
      PuzzleheadedCream682
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      Gonna order one Thursday ! F*ck Ledger

    • #2238874
      Notorious544d
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      Really want to get a Trezor but why does it still use a micro usb cable??? It’s really putting me off

    • #2238875
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      Those people better do their due diligence because Trezor is way behind Ledger in supporting some very popular coins. It still amazes me that Trezor does not have full support for Algo, for example.

      I suspect that is going to catch transplants from Ledger, who will have bigger risk exposure from those coins since Ledger supports them.

    • #2238876
      mcored
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      You better ask Trezor too if it’s already or possible in the future for a firmware upgrade to enable sending out the seedphrase from the Secure Element.

      Edit: Unfortunately, all firmware have access to the Secure Element. With a business decision, any firmware can make your Secure Element extract the seedphrase.

    • #2238877
      Connect-Ad-1088
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      Whatever……. I was first a trezor user b4 I became a ledger user

    • #2238878
      brianddk
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      > any key differences

      Old (very old) Ledger derivations for ETH were different than BIP39, and the math used in the BIP39 derivation of XMR (Monero) is different from Trezor so the resultant keys are different.

    • #2238879
      NomYap95
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      Checking in here too, fuck Ledger

    • #2238880
      jwz9904
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      how about a good deal for ledger victims like me?

    • #2238881
      time_wasted504
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      Trezor is the ridgey didge HW Wallet.

      Stick and Shush deserve mad respect and my patronage for what they have done

    • #2238882
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      Biggest thing I noticed was Trezor only allows 12 seed word phrases. To do the 24 word you need to install some additional code

    • #2238883
      Mystokv
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      Welcome aboard !

    • #2238884
      kharn2001
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      Yep same here. Dodgy as f!

    • #2238885
      Normal_Knee1008
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      Same here, migrated to trezor with a fresh seed

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