2018's Best Cryptocurrency Wallet Picks
The market offers variety of wallets
When it comes to Cryptocurrency Wallets, choosing the right one can be difficult. There is a great number of products that offer different features and support different currencies. Bellow, you can find a list with some of the most popular choices of 2018, along with their distinguishing features and supported cryptocurrencies.
The Exodus Wallet
Exodus is a Software Wallet, suitable for personal computers. Through the wallet's interface users can easily spend and convert their cryptocoins, as it has the ShapeShift utility built in.
The Ledger Nano Wallet
The Ledger Nano S is a Hardware Wallet. The team behind it is focused on making it as safe as possible and has provided it with an additional security layer that requires users to approve their transactions through pushing a button on the outside corpus.
It is an appropriate choice for users that own Ark, Bitcoin, Bitcoin Gold, Bcash, Dash, Digibyte, Dogecoin, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Expanse, Hcash, Komodo, Litecoin, NEO, PIVX, PoSW, Qtum, Ripple, Start, Stealthcoin, Stellar, Stratis, Ubiq, Vertcoin, Viacoin, and Zcash.
Trezor is another Hardware Wallet entry. Its biggest advantage is that it is enabled to function under any operating system.
Jaxx is a well-known Software Wallet, produced by Decentral – a company, that has proved itself for providing quality services in the digital currencies field.
Jaxx is downloadable on desktop as well as on mobile devices. It is available for Android, iPhone, Tablet, iPad, Windows, Mac, Linux, as well as in the form of Google Chrome browser extension. It allows users to operate with Ether, Ether Classic, Dash, DAO, Litecoin, REP, and Bitcoin.
Agama is a Software Wallet that is still under development and currently available for desktop only but promises a unique attribute. The product enables users to choose the type of security of each cryptocurrency stored. Right now, this can be done for Bitcoin, Bitcoin Dark, BitMark, Carboncoin, DigiByte, Dogecoin, Franko, Game credits, Komodo, Litecoin, Unocoin, Zcash, and Zetacoin.
Coinomi is a Software Wallet for mobile devices. Presently, it is available for Android users with an iOS version on its way. It supports a wide variety of cryptocurrencies - Bitcoin, Abncoin, Asiacoin, Auroracoin, Bata, Belacoin, Bitcoin Plus, Blackcoin, Britcoin, Canada eCoin, Cannacoin, Clams, ClubCoin, Compcoin, Dash, Defcoin, Denarius, Digibyte, Digitalcoin, Dogecoin, E-coin, EDRcoin, EGulden, Einsteinium, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Expanse, Feathercoin, Flashcoin, Game Credits, GCRcoin, Gridcoin, Gulden, Hempcoin, Insane, Internet of People, IXCoin, Landcoin, LBRY Credits, Linx, Litecoin, Monacoin, Myriadcoin, Namecoin, Navcoin, Neoscion, Neuro, Novacoin, NuBits, NuShares, OKCash, ParkByte, Peercoin, Pesobit, Pinkcoin, PIVX, POSW, Potcoin, Putincoin, Reddcoin, Richcoin, Rubycoin, Shadowcash, Smileycoin, Solarcoin, Stratis, Syscoin, Ultimate Secure Cash, Unobtainium, Verge, Vertcoin, Vpncoin, Zcash, and ZCoin.
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