SegWit2X is a proposed fork of Bitcoin, to upgrade the blocksize to 2MB according to the New York Agreement. The fork is scheduled to occur at block height 494784 (around November 16). As this is a contentious hard fork, Bitcoin will most likely split in two after this block, with Bitcoin (BTC) and SegWit2X (B2X) emerging.
If you have held BTC on your TREZOR before the fork, you will own the same amount of BTC and B2X after the fork.
With TREZOR, you own your private keys (in the form of the seed), therefore you have control over all of your coins, including forked coins.
TREZOR device supports both BTC and B2X.
The TREZOR device supports both BTC and B2X. For both, new and legacy addresses will be supported.
However, as SegWit2X will not implement replay protection, there are certain steps you need to take before you can use both coins safely. We will prepare a guide for you to follow, should you wish to split your coins and use both coins…
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