Trezor, the hardware manufacturer based in Czechoslovakia has announced that it has completed the next phase of the development of its wallet development, M.2. According to a release seen on GitHub, the company stated that this milestone would confer some advanced features on the wallets made by Trezor. Some of these features include:
- Derivation of spending keys according to the ZIP-32
- Orchard shielded addresses
- Unified Addresses according to the ZIP-316
- Get an address and viewing keys via trezorctl command
- Review an address on display (text or QR code)
The release added that with the recent development, Trezor has moved to the next phase of its project development. This third phase of its firmware work, when completed, would comprise the ability to sign transactions.
The completed M.2 enables users to shield addresses that can be revealed through a command, trezorctl to view the address. The viewing of the key is also activated via commands. M.3 will incorporate a Trezor integration that enables the wallet to sign transactions through the sign_tx functionality.
Trezor is among the most popular hardware wallets in the industry which it shares with Ledger as the main competitor.