A bright future with bitcoin

While justice is yet to be served for the FTX co-founder the outflow of deposits from exchanges continue. Africa’s largest economy has taken steps towards legalizing bitcoin, the HRF awarded over $325,000 in grants for bitcoin development and Hal Finney is honored in a bitcoin charity event. There’s no doubt, a future in financial freedom looks brighter than ever.

Read on for more details about what happened in the last month in Bitcoin.

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Listen to our latest Twitter Spaces where we discussed major events of 2022 and what to expect in 2023 or read about what Trezor did in 2022 in our blog.

This month in Bitcoin

Nigeria set to legalize BTC

Africa’s biggest economy, with over 200 million in population, is set to pass a bill recognizing bitcoin and crypto.

Read more on Cointelegraph
Court rules Celsius owns coins

US judge ruled that Celsius Network owns the crypto its users deposited.

Read more on Reuters
FTX recovered over $5B in assets

The total amount FTX owes its creditors is still unknown but estimated at up to $10B.

Read more on Coindesk
HRF awards more grants

$325,000 will go to 12 bitcoin development projects across five continents.

Read more on Bitcoin Magazine
Running Bitcoin for Hal

Hal Finney’s wife announces a bitcoin charity event in honor of her late husband.

Read more on Runningbitcoin.us
3Commas API Leak

An anonymous twitter user published over 10000 keys from database.

Read more on Coindesk
More outflow from exchanges

The collapse of multiple exchanges leads to mass withdrawals into self-custody.

Read more on CNN

Q&A with our Community

What happens to my coins if Trezor goes out of business?

In short, nothing! You control your coins and Trezor is open source.

Where is my Ethereum?

Make sure you select the right network when withdrawing your funds.

What have we been up to?

Celebrating SatoshiLabs' birthday

The SatoshiLabs Group is 9 years old! Our group is made up of four different companies with one common goal: strengthening the power and independence of an individual.

Chip prototypes received

Our sister company Tropic Square received the first prototypes of their transparent secure element chip. The goal is for this chip to become a global security standard for hardware wallets and more.

Africa's first Bitcoin conference

Josef Tetek, our Bitcoin analyst, joined a panel discussion about the importance of self-custody. Other speakers included Obi Nwosu, Jack Dorsey, Alex Gladstein, Anita Posch, Jack Mallers and more!

Stay tuned!

March 2-3,

London, United Kingdom

Pavol 'Stick' Rusnak, the SatoshiLabs co-founder, will be a speaker at the Advancing Bitcoin Developer Conference 2023 featuring talks, workshops and networking opportunities.

June 8-10,

Prague, Czech Republic

We're sponsoring BTC Prague, Europe's biggest Bitcoin event with over 60 world-class speakers, an expo area featuring brands from over 100 countries, quality networking and famous Czech beer!


Kundratka 2359/17a, 18000, Prague 8