If your #bitcoin is on an exchange, it’s not really your bitcoin. Buy it through Trezor Suite & send directly to your Trezor for safe custody, thanks to @Invity_io. Here’s how you can do it: wiki.trezor.io/Suite_manual:…

May 6, 2022 · 4:48 PM UTC

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Replying to @Trezor @invity_io
Skeptical of fees but seems like a good enough day for a test buy.
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It would be nice to see the following future upgrades, if possible: - Limit buys - Fee (cost and percentage)
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Replying to @Trezor @invity_io
This 100% On exchange = no transaction = no ownership Use TREZOR! Aka The Panzer Tank
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We love direct-to-custody, don't we folks? Better still, an even more convenient way to stack your sats is coming, no matter what the markets are doing:
Just announced at @TheBitcoinConf by @satoshilabs co-founder @PavolRusnak: Coming in May, Invity and partner @SwanBitcoin will enable automated recurring #Bitcoin purchases direct to the custody of your @Trezor hardware wallet. What this means in our 🧵
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Replying to @Trezor @invity_io
But what about KYC? Asking for a friend.
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Currently, most of our providers require verification for fiat-to-crypto transactions. Coin-to-coin transactions tend to be much more lenient. Good news: we're working on alternatives - no-KYC or P2P anyone? Follow our account to be the first to know as we update our options 😉
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Replying to @Trezor @invity_io
My feedback as a Trezor One Owner. Ok using it with Metamask. Incompatible with many Dapps. Wrong gas fee wizard to transfer Ethereum (transaction failed a few times cause of misestimation of gas required). Lack of support for many non EVM chains. I had to switch to ledger 😥
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KYC soo ATMs ftw and btc
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We have a number of no-KYC exchange options, plus a few no-KYC buy options depending on your location and transaction size. We're also working on bringing no-KYC direct buys to even larger groups too. No firm timeline at the moment, but follow us to be the first to know!
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