Trezor Now Allow Users To Buy & Trade Digital Currencies Directly In-Wallet

Trezor Now Allow Users To Buy & Trade Digital Currencies Directly In-Wallet

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September 24, 2018 by Sandra Onyeiwu
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The hardware wallet Trezor has added the ability to buy and trade cryptocurrencies within its beta wallet’s interface. Users can now swap cryptocurrencies from within their Trezor hardware wallets by using the firm’s beta wallet. Users can now swap between eleven different digital assets without the possibility of compromising funds by leaving them on an exchange.
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The hardware wallet Trezor has added the ability to buy and trade cryptocurrencies within its beta wallet’s interface. Users can now swap cryptocurrencies from within their Trezor hardware wallets by using the firm’s beta wallet.

Users can now swap between eleven different digital assets without the possibility of compromising funds by leaving them on an exchange.

A representative from Trezor explains the company won’t be running any Know Your Customer (KYC) requirements for the new feature, but the exchanges might.

It’s an optional service. If KYC will be enforced by those services, the user will know it and can refuse to continue — Decentralized exchanges are, of course, being evaluated.

Trezor explained on Twitter, “Our beta servers now assist you to trade cryptocurrencies at once within the Trezor Pockets interface.” The pockets’ new trade segment lets in customers to buy cryptocurrencies from exchanges, and change their present virtual belongings at the identical buying and selling platforms.

 

 

Trezor Users Can Now Exchange Cryptocurrencies Directly In-Wallet

Login to Trezor to use the new features. Once inside the wallet, on the top right side of the screen, there’s a new ‘exchanges’ tab. A disclaimer must be accepted to use the exchange services, if it’s your first time using the exchange features.

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