Sebastian Stohr Trezor One Clone DIY Project🔍 Last analysed 10th November 2022 . Do-It-Yourself Project
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The Analysis ¶
Sebastian Stohr describes on twitter a do-it-yourself project that clones the Trezor One.
We were not able to find more information about this specific project. We tweeted him about a video tutorial that he mentioned.
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