Trezor, a cryptocurrency hardware wallet, has announced a new feature that allows customers to swap currencies entirely within the wallet interface. This is designed to enhance the security for users trading cryptocurrencies.
The new feature is available on their beta version and allows for trading of 11 coins through five different exchanges.
Feature release: Our beta servers now allow you to exchange cryptocurrencies directly in the Trezor Wallet interface. Feel free to test this awesome feature and make sure to leave your feedback below!https://t.co/p9edjfUF4p pic.twitter.com/QePd0Lqkcu
— Trezor (@Trezor) September 19, 2018
The beta wallet users can access the following exchanges:
Coins available for swaps include BCH, ZEC, XRP, LTC, BTG, XMR, DASH, DOGE, BTC, ETH and ETC.
Users of the beta version need to accept disclaimers before taking advantage of the feature, while users of the main interface have to wait until the beta has ended before they can trade within the platform.
Trezor joins KeepKey as another hardware wallet that allows in-wallet trading. According to the company’s marketing director, even though the new feature facilitates swaps, it doesn’t qualify Trezor as a cryptocurrency exchange or subject the platform and its users to the same regulations that govern exchanges.