I'm wondering if trezor be used to store password(s) like you do with 1pass? If not, is it something you'd contemplate in developing?

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Have not used 1password or lastpass, but the USB-based Trezor hardware device does support:

  1. Essentially a 2-factor keepass capability. See Trezor Password Manager TPM. TPM works fine across computers using Chrome and having Dropbox accounts.
  2. A recoverable Universal Two Factor (U2F) authentication capability (unlike Yubikeys) just like the Ledger Nano. See U2F for Trezor details. For major sites supporting UTF see this Dongle List that is broken up into different industry verticals.

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