Trezor Suite currently supports: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Cardano (Model T), Litecoin, ZCash, Ethereum Classic, Dash, Dogecoin, Ripple (Model T), DigiByte, Vertcoin, Namecoin, Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin Gold.
You can type in the destination address for your transaction. You can also scan it in the form of a QR code (if available) by pressing the 'Scan' button, which is displayed when you hover over the address input field.
Enter the amount you want to send (in the selected cryptocurrency or the equivalent value of a fiat currency of your choice). Please remember that the fiat currency exchange rates are estimates based on the current exchange rate provided by CoinGecko. You can also click the 'Send Max' button to send all funds from that particular account. Alternatively, you can click the 'Coin control' button to make a manual coin (or more specifically UTXO) selection for the outgoing transaction; you can learn more about this in feature in our coin control article and in the following video:
There are four different levels of priority (high, normal, economy, low). Please note that the fees are used to fund the running of the network and are not charged by SatoshiLabs. Custom fees can also be set.
In Trezor Suite you can enable Labeling via the Application settings menu. Currently, you can store labels using Google Drive or your Dropbox account, or save them locally to your computer.
Once you press send, you will be asked to confirm your transaction. Check the amount of the transaction and the destination address. If the amount and address are correct, press 'Confirm'.
In Trezor Suite, you can check your transaction history in the Overview tab.
At first, a transaction will appear as unconfirmed. After the transaction gets its first confirmation in the network, you will see the time of the confirmation next to the transaction. You can always double-check the status of your transaction in a blockchain explorer by clicking on the confirmation time.
We strongly recommend waiting until the transaction has confirmed multiple times (three to six confirmations is considered safe for a Bitcoin transaction) before considering it complete. Confirmation times vary based on the transaction fee and the state of the network.
Sending a Raw transaction simply means broadcasting a transaction that has already been created and signed. This can be used with any transaction data that has been generated and signed but not Broadcast, including Locktime and OP_Return transactions.
Create signed transaction data in the same way as Sending a normal transaction but with Broadcast off. Copy the signed data to a different machine and paste it through the Send RAW dropdown menu for privacy.