Two source documents reporting this encouraging step:
Heellooo @metkraming, and thanks for checking out the data! It’s satisfactory to see that the Musicoiners don’t simply “swallow” what they read
You’re right, the $MUSIC doesn’t appear yet on the Trezor exhaustive coins list, and in their Medium article they also use the “MUSI” code, without the last “C” letter which identifies our currency, so I asked @Shamino the same question you’ve raised, and he answered the following:
"Its MUSI yes, this happened probably because they dumped out of the trezor source code, and there, it only allows 4 letters for the currency.
Besides, I have worked in the integration with them, its not like they pick their supported currencies out of nowhere :-D"
Thus it’s confirmed news
I don’t see $MUSIC in the list of TREZOR supported cryptocurrencies. There’s a big list of Ethereum based tokens, and some other cryptos here:
But I only see MUSICONOMI(MCI) in the list, not MUSICOIN/$MUSIC.
So, is MUSICOIN supported or not after all?
I’ll send a “wanted Trezor user” message to a wider audience (through Slack), to harvest a first hand and personal experience about it