Trezor Integrates ChangeHero Swap Services

  • Taking advantage of ChangeHero’s exchange API, owners of Trezor wallets can now seamlessly swap cryptocurrency.
  • The swaps will happen in the wallet interface itself, applying only the best rates available on the market.
Person using a Trezor One hardware wallet to confirm the sending of some bitcoin

Person using a Trezor One hardware wallet to confirm the sending of some bitcoin. The Merkle Hash

Owners of Trezor hardware wallets can now swap cryptocurrencies directly from the wallet interface thanks to a new partnership with ChangeHero.

The integration was announced on January 27 and takes advantage of ChangeHero’s exchange API to bring “fast and seamless cryptocurrency swaps” to Trezor wallets.

The ChangeHero announcement reads:

“ChangeHero is excited to have such a great partnership with Trezor Wallet and looking forward to serving the customers with the best.”

The Trezor hardware wallet was the first such product to achieve mainstream success when it launched back in 2014. The focus of the company has always been on security as it tries to mitigate any of the many risks associated with digital assets storage and exchange.

Trezor wallets support all of the major cryptocurrencies, including BTC, ETH, XRP, and LTC, as well as a wide range of altcoins and tokens.

ChangeHero, on the other hand, focuses on crypto-to-crypto exchanges without the inherent need for registration and login. The company also supports purchases of crypto with a credit/debit card and claims to provide the best rates on the market, along with the lowest fees.

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