Invented for your digital independence
Securing your digital assets has never been simpler. Take ownership of your data with Trezor: protect cryptocurrencies, passwords, and other digital keys from hacks and theft. More than a security token, the Trezor Model T is your wallet, your authenticator, and your digital ID.
Trezor keeps your keys safe
Your digital keys grant access to your coins and other data. Trezor stores these keys for you and allows you to use them safely. Your keys never leave the device, keeping them isolated from online vulnerabilities.
Designed for your confidence and peace of mind, the Trezor Model T protects you by always confirming what you are agreeing to on the device itself. This hardware wallet features a touchscreen, giving you an intuitive, convenient interface through which to verify and approve all operations, so you know exactly what data is being sent.
Easily back up your entire wallet
To make backup easier, we helped create the industry standards for recovery seeds (BIP32, BIP39, BIP44, SLIP39), meaning you can easily recover your entire wallet using a 12-word recovery seed if you lose your device. The Trezor Model T is the first hardware wallet in the world to implement Shamir Backup (SLIP39) for even greater security.
Store your passwords safely
Passwords are individually locked within Trezor Password Manager, using your digital keys. Secrets are released one by one, and only after you physically confirm the action on your Trezor.
Reinforce your accounts with U2F
The Model T also serves as a U2F (Universal 2nd-Factor) hardware token. Ordinary security tokens lack a display, so you can never be certain about what you are approving. Trezor utilizes its Trusted Display to show you details of the authentication request before you approve it and confirming the service you are logging in to.
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Supported operating systems
Trezor devices currently support all major computer operating systems: Windows (version 10 or newer), MacOS (version 10.11 and higher), Linux. On mobile devices, Android is supported. iOS and Windows Phone are not (yet) supported. ChromeOS is not yet officially supported, but it should work via Google’s WebUSB.