Mailchimp Faces Class-Action Lawsuit over Trezor Phishing Attack

An aggrieved Trezor user has filed a class-action lawsuit against Intuit which is the parent company of Mailchimp. Trezor users previously reported phishing attacks as part of a breach of a Mailchimp newsletter database. Levinson v. Intuit Earlier this month, Trezor, a producer of hardware wallets, launched an investigation into phishing attacks targeting its users. This was due to a data breach involving Mailchimp's services. Alan Levinson, a Trezor user, reportedly lost $87,000 worth of cryptocurrency from his Trezor wallet…

Trezor Roll Outs New Bitcoin Desktop App, Public Beta Now Available

Leading cryptocurrency hardware wallet provider, Trezor has rolled out “Trezor Suite,” a desktop app that allows users to manage their Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies all in one place.  The company describes Trezor Suite as a growing ecosystem of tools that make it easier for customers to access and control their hardware wallets and portfolio from a single device. The platform is compatible with Bitcoin and popular altcoins. Trezor claims the app comes with many improvements, thus providing greater usability, privacy, and…

KeepKey Review: Is KeepKey An Underrated Wallet in the Market Today?

If you are familiar with cryptocurrency hardware wallets, you have probably come across the KeepKey hardware wallet. KeepKey alongside TREZOR and Ledger make up the top 3 hardware wallets used to store private keys from the usual wallets or exchanges, thus preventing a remote attack intended to gain access to your digital coins.  KeepKey Overview KeepKey's wallet, developed by the KeepKey company, was launched in 2015. KeepKey company has its headquarters in the US and was acquired by Shapeshift in…

The Best Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallets to use in 2021

The annals of the crypto industry are flooded with numerous security breaches, which led to the loss of huge amounts of money. To mention but a few are cases of Mt. Gox, Coinrail, Cryptopia, etc. and these have all contributed to the slow mass adoption of cryptocurrencies. Storing private keys on online computers or interacting with websites are some of the routes through which hackers steal the funds of crypto users, hence the need to store private keys offline or…