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Open source, cross-platform, offline, crypto wallet, compatible with 1000+ coins. Your private key is generated on the device, and never leaves it, all transactions are signed by the Trezor, which ensures your wallet is safe from theft. There are native apps for Windows, Linux, MacOS, Android, and iOS, but Trezor is also compatible with other wallets, such as Wasabi. You can back the Trezor up, either by writing down the seed, or by duplicating it to another device. It is simple and intuitive to use, but also incredibly customizable with a large range of advanced features.

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Trezor Source Code




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10 Apr 19

Last Updated

17 May 24

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Recent Commits

  • matejcik (17 May 24)

    style(core/rust): clippy hints applied [no changelog]

  • matejcik (13 May 24)

    refactor(core/ui): enable non-conflicting modules even if unused [no changelog]

  • Andrew Kozlik (22 Apr 24)

    chore(core): Improve VTRUST bits documentation and naming. [no changelog]

  • matejcik (17 May 24)

    build(core): move default values for bindgen macros (back) into

  • tychovrahe (06 May 24)

    fix(core): fix old frame flicker when backlight is risen too soon [no changelog]

  • tychovrahe (17 Apr 24)

    fix(core): fix TS3 bootloader crash when entering menu [no changelog]

  • tychovrahe (05 May 24)

    feat(core): add alpha capabilities to toif, text, circle [no changelog]

  • tychovrahe (03 May 24)

    feat(core): add alpha capabilities to 4-bit blending [no changelog]

  • cepetr (15 May 24)

    feat(core): integrate new drawing library [no changelog]

  • cepetr (16 Apr 24)

    feat(core): introduce new drawing library [no changelog]

  • cepetr (16 Apr 24)

    feat(core): introduce new display drivers [no changelog]

  • cepetr (22 Jan 24)

    refactor(core/rust): improve tjpgdec interface [no changelog]

  • matejcik (14 May 24)

    refactor(core/rust): allow Copy and Clone for Gc This is legal for garbage-collected pointers and we only avoided the implementation due to being careful. Now is the first time we need that functionality. [no changelog]

  • Ioan Bizău (08 May 24)

    chore(core): rename Shamir to Multi-share [no changelog]

  • Ondřej Vejpustek (15 Apr 24)

    chore(legacy): initialize automatic variables to zero [no changelog]

  • Ondřej Vejpustek (15 Apr 24)

    chore(core): initialize automatic variables to zero [no changelog]

  • Ondřej Vejpustek (10 Apr 24)

    chore(core): separate crypto sources in build scripts [no changelog]

  • Ondřej Vejpustek (05 Apr 24)

    chore(crypto): initialize automatic variables to zero

  • Ondřej Vejpustek (16 Apr 24)

    refactor(legacy): fix empty parameter list warnings [no changelog]

  • Ondřej Vejpustek (16 Apr 24)

    chore: update clang

  • Ondřej Vejpustek (10 May 24)

    style: fix style according to new clang [no changelog]

  • Ondřej Vejpustek (05 Apr 24)

    chore: update gcc

  • Ondřej Vejpustek (02 Apr 24)

    chore(core): introduce THP flag [no changelog]

  • Ondřej Vejpustek (02 Apr 24)

    test(core): add elligator2 unit tests [no changelog]

  • Ondřej Vejpustek (02 Apr 24)

    feat(core): add elligator2 python bindings [no changelog]

  • Ondřej Vejpustek (29 Nov 23)

    test(crypto): add elligator2 tests

  • Ondřej Vejpustek (29 Nov 23)

    feat(crypto): implement elligator2

  • Martin Milata (09 May 24)

    ci: actions: no block-fixup on scheduled pipelines

  • matejcik (09 May 24)

    ci: avoid ASAN related failures on build_bootloader_emu The build job is setting too many variables. The sconscript is responsible for those, but bootloader_emu does not support ASAN and does not have the right linker flags to make "-Z sanitizer=address" work. We don't care because bootloader emulator is not used in the test suite so we couldn't catch anything with ASAN anyway.

  • Jan Šetina (09 May 24)

    chore(core): update cs.json and fixtures Fixes [no changelog]

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