As announced by Cypherglass, one of the EOS Block Producers, they have released the code that allows the Trezor hardware wallet to operate with the EOS blockchain.
After taking another look at the submission and dates by the CryptoFairy team, we have paid the $50,000 @Trezor Bounty. Please support Block Producers who are building and providing value to #EOS Mainnet.
— Cypherglass (@CypherglassBP) September 10, 2019
As can be read in the tweet, CryptoFairy contributed to the development of the software, and BP, through its Trezor Bounty, paid the team $50,000 in EOS, which corresponds to 14,970.0599 EOS to be precise.
The service is now accessible via a dedicated page, allowing users to connect their own hardware wallets and thus have direct access to the new function.
“We bet that Cypherglass has prepared even more for the EOS enthusiasts and they have more projects in mind. So you guys may want to support and give your vote to them. And to say more, we will be happy to take part in any other projects out there”, explained the CryptoFairy team on Reddit.