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Use a Ledger generated Seed on a Trezor. Is it okay?

Im on restoring my Ledger pockets on my Trezor One, Primarily trigger I want to have a backup (even with out the ADA).

So, my query comes on the technical facet, Is it okay to revive it on the Trezor?

7 thoughts on “Use a Ledger generated Seed on a Trezor. Is it okay?”

  1. so… so far this scammers have contacted me:


    [https://www.reddit.com/user/CustomerSupport75447](https://www.reddit.com/user/CustomerSupport75447) (this son of a B is impersonating Trezor)



    Dear scammers: I really hope you get throat cancer 🙂

  2. I have done it with no problem. Ledger Live was not syncing the native segwit btc accounts more than a year ago. The only way to get access was to use a spare Trezor I had to move the funds, or I could have used the Ledger nano with electrum wallet for the bitcoin transfer or spending. The lack of help from Ledger when their system would not function is why I migrated most of my coins and tokens to Trezor. Trezor has excellent customer support, Ledger has none.

  3. > Is it ok?

    Functionally… yes… mostly. Of the thousands of coins / tokens supported on both platforms, over 99% of them will work on both. A scant few however won’t. Why there is a difference is outlined in the [SLIP-10](https://github.com/satoshilabs/slips/blob/master/slip-0010.md) spec, that Trezor conforms to but Ledger does not. Monero is one such coin.

    > Is it ok?

    From a security standpoint… no. Seed entry and generation require very astute users. These are common attack vectors for phishing. Generating a seed on a Ledger then entering it on a Trezor opens you to both Ledger and Trezor phishing attack vectors. Not “insecure”, but definitely less-secure. All depends on the degree of caution from the user.

  4. Yep. Just protect your seed phrase. Half it or quarter it, don’t keep them all in the same place in case someone finds it. If you have 12 works, put the first 6 on one paper and hide it somewhere, put other 6 somewhere else


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