List of Multi-Crypto Wallets To Consider For Your Portfolio

Not all cryptocurrency wallets are multi-asset meaning supporting storage of more than one cryptocurrency withing the same app. Yet you might desire multi-currency support feature on your cryptocurrency wallet if you hold or planning to hold and trade or exchange more than one crypto asset from a single platform. Having a multi-asset cryptocurrency wallet simplifies your work and makes it much easier to manage the assets.

So here is a list of top and popular cryptocurrency wallets that support multiple assets.  Most of the multi-asset wallets in this list also do have in-app exchange features.

Abra

Abra works as a money transfer service with an Android and an iOS app, but also features a cryptocurrency wallet and exchange that lets users buy and hold more than 28 crypto wallets and trade crypto with over 50 different fiat currencies all in one wallet and exchange app. Users can buy Bitcoin using credit cards.

Those trading cryptos can also use different deposit methods i.e. Bank transfer (ACH), Cash, Credit card, Cryptocurrency and Wire transfer. Like cryptocurrency deposits, Bank transfer deposits are not charged while a 4% fee is applied on US-based AMEX card and up to 2% applied on Abra teller (PH).

The withdrawal fee for crypto varies depending on the crypto while there is no fee for bank fiat withdrawal. Up to 2% is charged on Abra teller withdrawals.

The app does not charge for currency exchanges within it but there is a small spread meaning the currency is bought at a price more than the market rates or sold at slightly below the market rates. While there are no limits on peer-to-peer transfers; BTC, LTC, BCH deposits and withdrawals; or buying and selling of BTC and LTC; there are limits on bank wires, bank deposits and withdrawals, and credit card deposits.

 

Agama

Agama desktop-based (Windows, Mac, and Linux) cryptocurrency wallet created by the SuperNet project and features 15+ supported currencies, decentralized crypto exchange, high anonymity, encryption, among other features. The Android and iOS versions are also available in beta. The wallet currently supports sending and storage of BTC, LTC, DOGE, ZEC and UNO.

In addition to being able to send, receive and store multiple cryptocurrencies, users can also trade crypto peer-to-peer via atomic swaps. It comes in 3 modes; Basilisk, Full, and Native with the latter having advanced features and restricted to just some coins.

ARCHOS Safe-t mini

ARCHOS Safe-t mini is a hardware wallet was introduced on July 2018 and features an encrypted Chipset memory or secured EEprom, and is used to store Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Bitcoin Gold (BTG), Litecoin (LTC), Dash (DSH), Ether (ETH), Ether Classic (ETC), ERC20 Tokens.

Developed by Archos multinational electronics company based in France, it features an embedded screen that displays transaction information and two buttons to manage transactions. It costs only £ 49.99. It can also be used together with Electrum and MyCrypto software wallets.

 

Atomic Wallet

Atomicwallet.io is a multi-sig wallet that uses cross-chain Atomic Swap exchange and decentralized orderbook and with support for 300 coins and tokens. Atomic swaps allow users to exchange assets and do transactions across different blockchains. The atomic wallet uses a decentralized order book based on the BitTorrent protocol.

To use the atomic wallet swap exchange, a user requires creating a wallet, topping up the wallet and selecting an order from the BitTorrent order book to enter amount to swap or coin to receive and confirming. The other party will receive a notification, confirm the swap and both parties will receive their coins after checking the contracts.

The exchange features do not need any registration, allows exchange of an unlimited amount, offers a fixed exchange rate and allows direct exchange of one coin for another without use of an intermediary pair (and through a user-to-user exchange).

Atomic Wallet works on Windows, MacOS, Android (via a mobile app), iOS (via a mobile app), Ubuntu, Debian and Fedora to allow users to buy, send, receive and exchange Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP, Litecoin, XLM and over 300 other coins and tokens in a single interface. For instance, users can buy Bitcoin with credit card (VISA or MasterCard) and then receive Bitcoins on their wallet, and then exchange it for other altcoins.

On this page, users can check availability of service on Changelly and ShapeShift exchanges when planning to send/receive a particular type of coin/altcoin say ZEC or check if these same services for that particular coin/altcoin they want to send/receive is available on atomic swap. That means you may get some tokens supported for Atomic Swap and others are not while some may not be supported for Atomic Swap can be done via exchanges ShapeShift and Changelly.

The exchange charges a fixed fee of 2%.

 

BRD Wallet

BRD wallet was released in 2016 and features an Android and iOS application. It supports over 100 cryptocurrencies and altcoins including Bitcoin and ETH. With it, users are able to purchase Bitcoin through a bank account transfer, with a credit card via Simplex, and with BCH and ETH via Changelly.

Bread Wallet is a mobile wallet and a decentralized financial services company. It also features Bread token, or BRD, an internal crypto that allows users to deposit funds to one another, receive payments, and pay for a wide range of services and goods including music, food, transportation, and bills.

The app now features in-app crypto trading through the new ‘Augustus’ wallet announced in May thanks to integration with Changelly API. With it, users have control of their private keys.

 

BitCron

BitCron is an Android and iOS multi-cryptocurrency wallet that supports storing, sending or receiving of around 70 different cryptocurrencies without any receiving or depositing fees although sending and withdrawing fees may be applicable.

 

Bitforx Wallet

Bitforx Wallet is an Android, iOS and web wallet that supports BTC, LTC, BCH, ADA, Dash and ETH and is integrated with a cloud mining service so users can store away their mining proceedings or increase their holdings via mining.

Bitforx allows users to buy hashrates at any time and to get payouts within 24 hours. What a user makes from the hashrate is transferred to the account balance.

 

BitGo

BitGo provides wallets that feature multi-sig technology and let customers hold and transact digital currencies while having complete control of their assets using the web wallet. The platform and API offers payments, processing, treasury management, risk, compliance, logistics, B2B and B2C applications. It supports Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Ripple, Litecoin, ZCash, The Royal Mint and all ERC20 compliant tokens.

It therefore also serves institutional custody needs for investors who need highly secure storage and custody; self-managed custody for investors interested in more actively managing their digital currencies; and are planning to bring on a qualified custody.

With BitGo Instant, customers are able to complete on-chain, zero confirm, instant transactions between themselves and it uses ShapeShift technology to allow instant conversion of assets. The Instant wallets consist of three keys, one held by BitGo, one held by the user, and one held on behalf of the user by a third-party Key Recovery Service (KRS). Two signatures are required in order to complete a transaction on the multi-sig wallet.

 

Blockchain Wallet

Blockchain Wallet is likely the most popular wallet today with over 33 million wallets and $200B transacted, Blockchain Wallet works via Android app, web platform and iOS. It allows users to store and invest in crypto easily. They are able to send, receive, buy, sell and exchange crypto such as bitcoin (BTC), ether (ETH), bitcoin cash (BCH), stellar (XLM) easily. Crypto-to-crypto exchanges are instant and the buy and sell works in 36 countries so far. Users can sell crypto in 22 currencies.

As already known, the wallet is part of the ecosystem by Blockchain company, which include Blockchain Markets -- a institutional crypto trading, crypto management, custody, and research platform; Lockbox, which is a new $59 hardware wallet that works with Blockchain Wallet; and developer APIs for wallets and blockchain data.

 

ChainDD Wallet

ChainDD Wallet is product of TMTPost Group, a leading tech media company in China which managed over 150 million readers in 2017, and it lets users to store and transfer BTC, ETH and ERC20 tokens.

The wallet integrates market insights for digital assets in order to help users make useful investment decisions. Users also get in-depth industry analysis and real-time news updates, as well as real-time and comprehensive market information including crypto indicators.

 

Celery

Celery is a web-based platform founded by by Goldman Sachs employees in 2013. It works for major browsers and can be used to buy, sell, store, send and receive bitcoin, litecoin & dogecoin and users can link their bank accounts to the wallet on the gotocelery.com website.

It is integrated with the case wallet, which is a secured platform.

There are some limits applied for those buying and selling cryptocurrencies depending on the method you are using. For instance, those using FedWire can buy up to $3,000 per week with same or next business day settlement, while ACH buyers can buy up to $250 with a settlement time of 5 business days.

When selling cryptocurrencies, Celery sends funds to the seller's account and FedWire sellers can sell up to $5,000 per week with a settlement time of up to 3 business days. ACH sellers can sell up to $5000 which is issued via a payment processor.

The transaction fee ranges from 5% to 10% depending on the amount and method of selling or buying.

 

Circle Invest

The Circle app enables users to invest in multiple cryptocurrencies and features easy transfer of money and syncing with traditional bank accounts. With Circle, users are able to move funds from the bank instantly in seconds without waiting for three days, which allows them to buy crypto at any time the wish and take advantage of price movements. It works for iOS and Android platforms and currently supports multiple cryptocurrencies including the popular options such as Bitcoin and ETH.

 

Citowise

Citowise works on Android and iOS to help users send, receive and store Bi0tcoin, ETH and all ERC-20 or around 55,000+ tokens.

It also features an integrated exchange to allow exchanging of crypto to another and users are also able to buy crypto with SEPA and debit cards.

The wallet also lets users to contribute to ICOs from within the wallet. Users are able to track ICOs listed on the platform by companies raising funds.

The issuing company will send the tokens to the wallet. Citowise also integrates with Legder Nano S and Trezor hardware wallets.

 

Coffee Wallet

Coffee Wallet is an Android and iOS wallet that lets users send and receive BTC, ETH, Doge, ERC20 tokens, LTC with more to be added, as well as to track and manage portfolio such as tracking of addresses and adding balances offline. It also makes possible sending payments with QR codes and sending crypto via SMS and Messenger or other text platforms. Users are able to configure the source of price information.

It is based on open source code.

 

Coinbase

Coinbase is still a go-to place for many people wanting to deal in crypto in United States and that applies for both individual and institutional investors due to custody and all. They have a multi-crypto wallet that works for Android, iOS and the web and supports BTC, BCH, ETH, LTC and integrates with ShapeShift and therefore has an in-built exchange. 

In addition to allowing users to trade different coin pairs, it also works as a custodial wallet to store user's private keys but with 2FA, multisig, cold storage as extra security measures.

 

Coinfy

Coinfy web wallet allows users to manage BTC, ETH, ZRX, ANT, ERC, ERC-20 tokens, REP, BAT, BNB, EOS, ETHOS+ 13 other coins. The web platform can also run on mobile platforms. Coinfy also allows trading of digital assets and merchants to accept crypto payments.

 

Coinjar

CoinJar  is Australia's longest-running crypto exchange that also have a wallet that lets users to send, receive and store Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ripple, Ethereum, ZCash and Ethereum.

The wallet is part of a larger ecosystem by the company, comprising of cryptocurrency exchange for trading BTC, ETH, LTC, ZEC and XRP; a mobile app for trading Bitcoin against many fiat currencies; CoinJar Swipe crypto debit card that allows for cash withdraws at ATMs or cash outlets and spending crypto in form of cash anywhere EFTPOS in Australia; and CoinJar Digital Currency Fund.

 

CoinPayments

CoinPayments is popular as a payment gateway for merchants who want to receive crypto as payment for their goods and services. It currently features a wallet, integration API, online ecommerce plugin integration, Shopping Cart Plugins, POS systems, Shoppping Cart buttons, and exchange such that websites and online stores can use it to receive payments when using WooCommerce and other online ecommerce plugins. They can also exchange the crypto to crypto via an instant exchange and send the proceeds to bank accounts.

CoinPayments currently supports 1240 altcoins and is completely free for non-commercial applications. Merchants are charged a small fee of 0.5% when using checkout systems and APIs for incoming transactions. A small fee also applies for converting crypto to another crypto or fiat.

 

Coinomi

Coinomi is a mobile, MacOS, and desktop app that lets users send, receive, manage and exchange more than 500 cryptocurrencies including popular coins. This is around 125 blockchains and 382 tokens.

The wallet is already in use by millions of users globally and is Segwit-enabled in addition to offering 168 fiat currency representations. The exchanges integrated with the wallet is ShapeShift and Changelly to allow for instant exchange of crypto pairs. The app also allows the tracking of transactions including the amount of confirmations for outgoing and incoming transactions. It also allows users to directly invest and participate in token sales from inside the wallet.

The transaction fees are dynamic and users can set their own fees in all supported coins/altcoins. Like many of the wallets in this list, it allows users to use it without KYC bureaucracy and IP associations, identity linking or transaction tracking.

 

Coinspace

Coinspace is also a free HD bitcoin wallet with which users can make payments worldwide for free.  It currently supports ERC20 and ERC223 tokens and most popular blockchains Bitcoin, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ripple, Stellar and Ethereum. So far, it allows users to access more than 20,000 tokens. Users can participate in ICOs or airdrops through the wallet. It also offers an Android version. With Coinspace, you can also trade crypto by searching for local businesses that accept Bitcoin payments.

Cointopay

Cointopay is a web, Android and iOS wallet that lets merchants to receive, send, manage and trade crypto in-wallet. Merchants are able to accept payments for goods and services in crypto and get/receive daily payouts to bank via IBAN in EUR, USD, and CAD all for a fee of 1%. Merchants also get to exchange crypto with other crypto pairs. It works like Coinpayments. Merchants can track all their incoming and outgoing payments from the dashboard. The platform also allows sending of invoices by mail from the dashboard.

There is also an Android POS that lets merchants to receive crypto at their store's point of sale or behind the counter. The POS application, which is compatible with all features of the wallet above, allows merchants to import their product catalogue from a CSV file to start selling to receive crypto payments right away. The POS automatically checks and updates the status of the payments for all supported cryptocurrencies. It utilizes the ThunderStrike Zero protocol that allows merchants to receive payments instantly without waiting/delay. The POS also includes SKU/QR/Barcode convenience for the ultimate POS experience.

 

CoinVault

CoinVault multi-cryptocurrency Web wallet supports more than 20 coins/altcoins including Bitcoin, Litecoin, Digital Cash, DogeCoin, GridCoin, Namecoin, PeerCoin, Quark, Reddcoin, Terracoin and Primecoin and other coins. It lets users to store and to deposit or withdraw their coins at wish and instantly.

 

CoolWallet S Wireless Bitcoin

CoolWallet S is a waterproof, durable, credit-card size hardware crypto wallet that allows users to send and receive cryptocurrencies. It connects to iPhone or Android and has a clear e-Paper display to allow checking balance and confirming of transactions. Like other hardware wallets, it can be recovered via a recovery sheet of 18 unique numbers/words. It is equiped with EAL5+ Certified secure chip with Bluetooth capabilities.

CoolWallet supports Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP), Litecoin (LTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), EOS (EOS) and all ERC-20 tokens.

The device costs $99.

 

CoPay

CoPay works Android, iOS and Microsoft Windows. It also features multisig addresses for sharing funds and preventing withdrawal without multiple approval by owners, easy spending proposal flow for shared wallets and group payments, Hierarchical deterministic (HD) address generation and wallet backups and support for 150+ currency pricing options and unit denomination in BTC or bits.

 

Counterwallet

Counterwallet is an open-source web-based mobile Counterparty wallet app that allows you to store BTC, XCP, and any Counterparty tokens like Bitcrystals, FoldingCoin, Storj and Swarm Counterparty.

It allows for the easy creation of tokens and the easy managing of different coins.

 

Cryptonator

Cryptonator is a platform that not only offers a multi-cryptocurrency online wallet from/to which users can send, receive, store and exchange hundreds of cryptocurrencies, but also merchant tools to allow merchants to accept crypto payments on their websites, blog or online stores. It also features website widgets to display crypto prices on websites, and an API for developer-based third party integrations. The exchange is instant. It also allows tracking of portfolio performance and tracking of individual crypto prices.

Merchants are able to receive payments while avoiding charge-back and fraud, and for a fee as little as 0.9% when customers checkout and pay in crypto. The merchants can set to exchange the digital assets automatically and receive the proceeds in USD or Euro into their bank accounts.

 

Edge

Edge wallet allows users to buy, store and trade dozens (21 so far) of cryptocurrencies on iOS and Android platforms. Users are able to hold their assets either on short or long term and in addition to crypto-to-crypto exchanges, they can buy and sell in-app using fiat. For this reason, they have integrated ShapeShift, Simplex, Changelly, ChangeNow, Bitrefill and Wyre.

The app allows users to manage multiple assets and wallets and therefore to avoid complicated backups like long pass phrases, lengthy strings of random letters and numbers.

 

Ellipal

Ellipal crypto wallet is a hardware wallet with mobile wallet support but the crypto storage is separated from any physical and network connectivity meaning it cannot be connected to internet. It works with ELLIPAL App via secure and verifiable QR codes. The app is Android & iOS app.

With it, users can send, receive, exchange and manage cryptocurrencies via the app and sign transactions offline on the app using the hardware device. QR codes are the only way the two transfer information from and to each other. It currently supports more than 30 cryptocurrencies and all TRC10&20 ERC20 tokens on version 1.8. It also supports cross-chain transactions using the universal occw (open Cross chain wallet) Protocol that allows the wallet to support multi-chain account systems and multiple crypto.

Besides, users get news, quotes and coin profiles updates from within the app. It also features a large (4" Inch) touch screen to allow easy operation and management of crypto.

The Cold Wallet 2.0 version costs $149.00 while Ellipal Duo costs $298.00.

 

EO.Finance

EO.Finance is an Android, iOS, Windows, and MacOS app as well as a Chrome platform. It allows sending, receiving, trading and storage of more than 2500 cryptocurrency pairs. Users can trade from fiat to crypto and vice versa with each transaction being done instantly and at a reduced fees by 50% when users use EO coin. The licensed crypto card allows exchange of crypto into and from more than 40 currencies and debit/credit card payments.

With the wallet, one is able to buy crypto with Visa and MasterCard. Users can also send crypto to the bank cards or to bank via wire.

 

Ethos

Ethos is a Hierarchical Deterministic Android and iOS app that supports ETH, BTC, LTC, DASH and ETC and other more than 150 cryptocurrencies. Hierarchical Deterministic means it automatically generates a hierarchical tree-like structure of private/public addresses (or keys) so the user does not need to do it manually on their own. Customers are able to send and receive crypto using Verified Wallet Domains.

Users are able to not only store, send, and receive but to also track their assets and learn more about crypto (charts, descriptions, reviews, ratings and more) from within the wallet. It also provides rich analytics to show portfolio performance.

 

Everus

Everus is a multi crypto wallet that allows for payment of bills and for mobile top-ups in multiple crypto and management of multiple crypto. The wallet, which is part of an ecosystem featuring bill payment, marketplace, peer-to-peer lending and micro-finance; allows customers to send, receive, store and withdraw multiple cryptocurrencies (more than 50 currently). It is currently used by 100,000+ users in more than 90 countries around the world.

The marketplace will allow a network of more than 500,000 merchant customers to trade offline and online while making and receiving payments in cryptocurrencies. Users will access exclusive discounts, pay for less when doing micro-transactions, pay with earned reward points, and eliminate other barriers of shopping. Merchants will also be able to exchange crypto for fiat thanks to partnerships, fiat gateways and bank integration.

Peer-to-peer lending will allow people to offer and accept microloans affordably, which will be more targeted to the un-banked. Those offering loans will generate steady returns. The feature is set to unlock credit markets in developing nations with easy free credit scorecards, shorter application processes, and faster processing for loans.

The platform has a token known as EVR. The platform also offers blockchain-as-a-service for healthcare, education and many other applications.

 

Exodus Wallet

Exodus Wallet, which was founded in July 2016, is a Mac, Linux and Windows platform that allows storage, receiving, sending and exchange of more than 95 digital assets including most popular coins such as BTC and Eth (more to be added later).

Exchange can be done right from the wallet thanks to the integration of ShapeShift crypto exchange while sending and receiving is done easily with an address or scannable QR code.

They also provide 24/7 Support to customers. The wallet charges transaction fees each time your payment is processed as paid by different blockchain networks to mine transactions. There is also small spreads ranging between 1-3% through which the crypto exchange makes money.

 

FLX One

FLX One is native multicurrency crypto wallet released last year October 2018 by California-based FLX Partnership Limited, and which does not need installation of third-party apps. Like any other crypto hardware wallet, it allows for offline storage of private key and offline transaction signing.

It offers hardware backup via FLX Key (patent-pending). FLX is also upgradable with on-going firmware and app updates. The iOS/Android mobile apps allows users to use smartphone to make transactions and manage crypto with the hardware.

The device will disable communication automatically when signing transactions and features a software tamper detection that locks out FLX One once tamper is detected.

The device costs $109.99 on Amazon.

 

Gatehub

Gatehub is a web-wallet that allows users to store, send, and exchange Bitcoin, Ripple, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic and Augur cryptocurrencies in a built-in exchange environment. Users are able to send fiat immediately via Ripple network with assets automatically changed to any currency as needed. In addition to trading crypto and currencies, users are able to trade precious metals such as gold and silver. The fees for deposit and withdrawal apply and depend on method of transfer.

GateHub also provides users with live data to help them make important decisions relating to managing their crypto assets. Users are able to track which assets have decreased and which ones are appreciating in value. Information include wallet stats and asset distribution charts and net-worth calculation in real time.

 

Guarda

Guarda multi-cryptocurrency wallet that works on Android, iOS, Web, Windows OS and via a Chrome extension. It supports sending, receiving, storing and exchanging more than 40 cryptocurrencies and one is able to buy crypto via Visa/MasterCard or bank transfers.

Guarda Exchange features an instant market for the supported crypto and it selects the best rate for those exchanging their crypto on the platform, and without limits.

 

Freewallet

Freewallet is an online wallet used to send, receive, trade and manage BTC, ETH and other more than 30 cryptocurrencies. Users can transfer crypto between themselves for free while traders can exchange crypto via the instant and fee-free exchange within the wallet.

Apart from the web platform, there also are iOS and Android apps for mobile platforms to allow users to manage their assets on-the-go as well as manage and track their portfolios including viewing of individual crypto price movements and transaction histories.

Those willing to buy Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin in USD and EUR using VISA/MasterCard or other pre-paid and virtual cards, on the p2p basis. The limits for purchases is $50 — Minimum, $20,000 daily and $500k monthly. The cost of transaction is a bit high at 7% and the minimum is $11.

 

Hoard

Hoard is a multi-cryptocurrency wallet launched in 2018 and which works with Android and iOS platforms to allow sending, receiving, storing and trading of more than 1000 cryptocurrencies from the wallet.

When buying and selling cryptocurrency, a user is able to connect their bank account and debit cards and ACH transactions. It features swapping technology that allows for the quick exchange of crypto for any (supported) fiat. Their decentralized exchange protocol works across multiple blockchains.

In addition, it provides for tracking of crypto portfolio across multiple exchanges or wallets through read-only APIs and partnerships. It is also features a IFTTT-inspired robo-investing engine complete with coin baskets and auto-re-balancing and AI-driven sentiment analysis for traders and investors alike.

 

Iguana

Iguana is a multi-crypto wallet that supports BTC, LTC and other cryptocurrencies as well and lets users add their cryptocurrencies and organize them, send, and receive them. The product has so far passed through many iterations, sketching and prototyping and improvement of the user experience and design continues.

 

imToken

imToken is a project of ConsensLab, which is a Chinese company, and was released in 2016. It supports Android and iOS platforms and is ERC-20 asset tool.

It features an in-built token exchange based on the Kyber Network and 0x Protocol, allowing you to seamlessly exchange different cryptocurrencies within a single platform without the need to transfer assets elsewhere. It features a decentralized order matching (on order books and spot trading) for high transparency and secure trading experience via smart contracts.

The private key are stored on the user's phone and you can use an old phone to sign transactions offline and broadcast them with a different one thus increasing security. You can also manage multiple-chains using your mnemonic passphrase.

 

Infinito Wallet

Infinito Wallet multicurrency wallet works on iOS and Android platforms and supports over 1,000 tokens and coins including BTC/ETH/BCH/EOS/LTC/ADA/DASH/ETC/NEO/GAS/DOGE/ONT.

It acts as a multi-wallet platform with which users can add and switch between multiple wallets to manage their crypto the way they like. That means it can help users to manage multiple crypto wallets by storing the private keys in one place. It currently supports or hosts Kyber Network, Celsius, Nexo, Blockpass, and Coinfirm.

They are also adding portfolio management feature where users will be able to view multiple different crypto portfolios from other wallets or exchanges on the wallet.

It currently also offers price tracking for cryptocurrencies of choice and users can receive alerts when market prices change. Besides, users can export specific transaction history that can be filtered by date and coin types.

Other features to be added soon include crypto lending where users can lend crypto and earn profits, exchange integration to allow users to exchange crypto from the wallet, fiat gateway to let users purchase crypto with fiat, digital identity and KYC where users can register their digital identity and use it everywhere else without needing to create another one, news portal to furnish users with happenings in the crypto space, and App Square for browsing dApps.

 

iPayYou

iPayYou supports Bitcoin, BCH and BSV storage and trading, including allowing sending by mail and even Twitter and users can even cancel transfers that are unclaimed.

It recently introduced Amazon Direct to let users send Bitcoin directly to buy items from Amzon. It also will feature Coin Points, a reward program that allows users to earn Coin Points in every transaction a user makes on iPayYou. The program is currently in beta.

 

Jaxx

Jaxx is a multi-chain wallet that supports over 85 cryptoassets and works on iOS, desktop, Android and as a Chrome extension.

It allows for easy management of crypto assets from the dashboard. Users can check performance and value of their crypto portfolio in real time as well as track history of transactions. For each crypto, you are able to check price moves, market caps and trends. Users are also able to use block explorers to track raw balance and transaction data across multiple blockchains.

The wallet also aggregates news about crypto so that users can stay on top of major happenings and take informed decisions about their portfolios.

 

Jubiter

Jubiter is an online Bitcoin and Litecoin wallet that is also compartible to Android and Users can also exchange digital currencies from within the wallet, via the Jubiter exchange.

 

Kartiy

Kartiy is a multicrypto cloud wallet that allows users to receive, hold, send and transfer to card for spending, and also has direct fiat withdrawal. It is built to make it easy to acquire, send, receive, store and spend crypto with convenient and ease like fiat. It is part of the platform that also features the virtual card, KRTY token, and mobile apps to control the wallet and manage the crypto stored in the wallet. It is operated by KARTIY Limited, which is a based in London, UK.

The wallet works on web platform and also features a virtual card that allows crypto users of the platform to spend crypto anywhere. The card, which can be loaded with crypto such as BTC / ETH / BCH / BTG / KRTY / ETC / LTC / DASH can also be used for shopping from online and offline stores. Users can exchange their crypto to bank account anywhere worldwide using the card, and this is done at low fees.

Users also allow for exchanging between crypto free of charge while 100% safe in cold storage.

Besides, the web wallet can also be controlled using iOS and Android apps. These apps can be used to receive, send, hold or to transfer crypto to bank.

 

KeepKey

KeepKey is a hardware wallet comparable to the likes of Ledger Nano S and Trezor. Launched in 2015, the Hierarchical Deterministic (HD) wallet uses advanced technology to secure crypto as well as PIN protection against authorized use, and passphrase protection to recover the wallet in case stolen or

lost. Like any other hardware wallet, it not only also allows users to keep their key off line inside the device but also to sign transactions offline being relaying them on the network.

The cost of the device is $79.

It allows users to send, receive, store and exchange 40 cryptocurrencies including the popular ones. Exchange is done via the ShapeShift exchange integration and occurs directly within the user's wallet.

Users are also able to customize transaction speeds and can use limitless number of accounts and addresses on one device although many accounts limits speed of loading and it is recommended to keep a maximum of 10 accounts.

 

Ledger Blue

Also known as the Rolls Royce of cryptocurrency hardware wallets, Ledger Blue is perceived as the most advanced security gear for crypto transaction and handling. It is the product of the same organization that makes the Ledger Nano S hardware wallet but it comes with a Bluetooth, a rechargeable battery, and a large touchscreen and looks like a mini iPad or a tablet and allows users to install any apps on their devices so it can be used for other purposes as well.

The hardware wallet supports storage of key and offline transaction signing, and works with the Ledger Live companion app installed on the device, which allows users to easily check their balance and to send or receive cryptocurrencies. The app supports more than 1000 assets. For instance, you can store Bitcoin, Ethereum and other crypto apps.

At around $270, Ledger Blue is also more costly than the Ledger Nano S hardware wallet. Ledger Blue supports storage, sending, receiving and trading of 30 cryptocurrencies.

 

Ledger Nano S

Ledger Nano S is one of the most popular hardware crypto wallets having sold to 1,441,683 users around the world. The 56.95mm x 17.4mm x 9.1mm and 16.2g device uses a secure chip to allow offline private key storage and transaction signing and is used together with the Ledger Live companion app to allow checking of balances, sending and receiving crypto on smartphones and PC computers. The device can connect via USB to Windows 8+ OS, Mac OS (10+) or 64-bit Linux. It costs $69.

Alongside other Ledger Nano devices discussed below, it is powered by the BOLOS ™, a unique, proprietary operating system developed by Ledger. It ensures that the apps do not access sensitive information on the device or from other apps.

It supports sending, receiving and management of more than 1000 cryptocurrencies and users can also install up to 18 apps such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and other crypto apps.

 

Ledger Nano X

Ledger Nano X is also produced by the same company that produces the more popular Ledger Nano S and cost more than the latter at $130. The device is used for offline private key storage and transaction signing. It uses the CC EAL5+ secure chip, is bluetooth enabled and can store 100 apps such as Ethereum, Bitcoin and Litecoin wallets.

It is a controlled using 2 buttons and 1 screen and works together with smartphones or computers with the Ledger Live PC & Mobile apps to enable users to easily manage their crypto transactions. It is compatible with Windows OS, Linux, iOS 9+ and Android 7+.

It supports more than 1000 crypto-assets for storage, receiving and sending.

 

LykkeWallet

Lykke Wallet is part of the Lykke trading ecosystem and works on Android and iOS to make it easy for users to trade digital currencies and assets on the fully regulated Swiss-based Lykke Exchange. The exchange has zero commission and immediate settlement and direct ownership.

The wallet allows for storing, exchange or conversion of crypto, deposit and withdrawal, and investing on the Lyyke Index. It also allows tracking and management of portfolio. It supports more than 50 assets including the main cryptocurrencies such as BTC and ETH. It charges no fees to trade nearly 100 crypto assets

 

Mitex

Mitex web wallet supports storage of BTC, LTC, DASH, DOGE, and BCH and in addition to storage, users can swap coins for free.

The wallet is part of the MITEX payment services that include encrypted digital currency payment solutions for individuals and enterprise users around the world, transaction systems, mature blockchain payment technologies, one-click integration of tedious payment interfaces, etc. These allows merchants to integrate variety of payment systems and for customers to manage differnt crypto assets.

 

Mobi wallet

Mobi wallet is an Android and iOS application that allows users to send funds (100+ currencies (including silver and and 22 cryptocurrencies to other users via their mobile phones as well as to any of Twitter’s 319 million users, all on a private blockchain.

Users can request an optional Visa debit card that is linked to their mobi account and allows withdrawal of cash at any ATMs worldwide or spending of funds at retail outlets that accept Visa.

 

Monya - Monacoin & Altcoins Wallet

Monya wallet works on web platform, Android, iOS, and as a Chrome extension. It allows receiving, sending, storing and atomic swapping of Bitcoin-based coins such as Bitcoin, Dash, Litecoin; Ethereum; ERC-20 tokens; XEM, NEM, oX, Counterparty, Monaparty, and XRP and many other cryptocurrencies. It also supports SegWit and users can be paid via Zaif Payment.

 

Morph Wallet

Morph wallet is used to securely store Ethereum, Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ripple, NEO, Stellar and more cryptocurrencies. It currently works for iOS, web and Android platforms.

The wallet uses an unique cloud vault system to automatically backup encrypted keys. Vaults are encrypted using AES256 encryption, which means it would take 13 years for an attacker to gain access to a single wallet.

The wallet also allows tracking of crypto spending and transactions as well as indepth analysis of past spending.

 

mSIGNA

mSIGNA is Windows, Linux and MacOS wallet that also supports BIP32 (hierarchical deterministic wallets), multi-signature transactions, multiple blockchains, offline storage, multid-device synchronization, and encrypted electronic and paper backups.

It supports BTC and LTC transactions.

 

MyCrypto

MyCrypto is a product of creators of the established MyEtherWallet and is an open-source, client-side tool for generating Ether Wallets, handling ERC-20 tokens, and interacting with the blockchain more easily. Users can connect their wallets via Ledger, MetaMask, Trezor or Safe-T mini hardware wallets, web3 extensions, and Parity Signer mobile app.

It works as a Chrome extension and over the web and integrates with ShapeShift and Ox Instant to let users instantly swap Eth and tokens in addition to being able to send and receive crypto. Users can also request payments, view recent transactions, check status of transactions, and do many more.

 

MyPW

MyPW is a multiple crypto wallet released this year, and which allows, for instance, merchants to receive payments in any crypto of their choice or a multiple select coins/altcoins such as Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP) and Pitiscoin (PTS) as well as ERC20 tokens such as Storj, Firstblood, Bancor, OMGToken, Aragon and many others. In addition to allowing sending and receiving, users are able to buy and sell cryptocurrency via a secure trading platform.

It is currently being used by 16,000+ people worldwide according to their website.

 

NEON Wallet

NEON Wallet is a iOS, Linux and Windows wallet on NEO blockchain and which lets users receive, send and store NEO, GAS and other NEP5 tokens.

 

OctoBit.IO

OctoBit.IO is an online wallet that allows storing and management of multiple cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin and Ethereum. 

It also features or plans to have an inbuilt exchange for Bitcoin and all the rest of supported cryptocurrencies at attractive rates and without commissions.

Merchants can also connect to their projects to receive payments.

 

OmniWallet

OmniWallet web wallet is a product of Mastercoin with support for Bitcoin, Omni and Test Omni, Smart Property, and User-Generated Currencies created on the Omni protocol. The Omi Portocol communications protocol uses Bitcoin blockchain to enable smart contracts, user currencies and decentralized peer-to-peer exchanges and other features.

It currently runs from hosted environments like Amazon AWS.

 

Pungo Wallet

Pungo Wallet app supports ERC20 tokens, Bitcoin-based tokens and Komodo asset chains. It uses the Electrum SPV system to verify and broadcast transactions, which leaves users with complete control and storage of their private keys. The wallet works on Android, iOS and web platforms.

The wallet integrates with the entire platform comprising of distributed fiat gateway, pungo liquidity providers, coin swap service to allow exchanging of assets, and the Pungo Card debit card program to allow use of crypto on ATMs and local outlets. All these allow the wallet to interract with traditional software and provide needed liquidity, fiat exchange with crypto etc.

For instance, with a prepaid debit card, anyone residing in EU region can get verified to recharge the card with crypto and use wherever MasterCard it is accepted to withdraw or pay for goods and services for instance at offline or online stores. The card is connected to a bank account.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Qbao Network

QbaoNetwork multicrypto wallet works on Android and iOS and allows for crypto payment and settlement across multiple blockchains, token exchange, access to social network, access to quotes, and access to dapp store, access to crypto and blockchain news, etc.

Qbao offers a decentralized peer-to-peer encrypted communication platform and decentralozed trading of tokens.

A strong social network facilitates the exchange markets. The wallet supports multiple forms of smart contracts and is 100% compatible with Qtum official wallet.

Quppy Wallet

Quppy Wallet is an Android and iOS multicurrency wallet that allows selling and storing of crypto and fiat assets. It links to other parts of the company's product ecosystem including decentralized exchange to allow users to buy and sell crypto, a licensed crypto bank, Prepaid

co-brand bank cards, a decentralized peer-to-peer lending for borrowers as well as merchants, individuals, corporate, financial and non-financial institutions as well as crypto-fiat payments for merchants and 100% legal fiat-crypto-fiat transactions regardless of region and legislation.

It supports BTC, LTC and BCH.

Satowallet

Satowallet is a app that allows users to send, receive, trade, store, invest in and stake a variety of blockchain assets including common cryptocurrencies such as BTC, LTC, ETH, Tron and over 70 coins and tokens.

It works on iOS, Android and Windows PC and users are able to swap coins thanks to an integrated exchange that feature low fees, host ICO and receive payment in any crypto, deposit and withdraw fiat from the app, buy crypto using USD, EUR, GBP, and NGN; transact crypto via text messages, stake coins and receive airdrops, and participate in project voting from within the wallet.

The ecosystem also allows anyone holding Satowallet Shares (SATOS) to earn 40% dividend monthly. Users are also able to track and monitor their portfolio performance easily.

Sugi Wallet

Sugi Wallet a hardware mobile wallet and is among a number of products by the company, with others including a pin-protected NFC cryptocurrency wallet card and a mobile app that supports major cryptos and select ERC20 tokens (Bitcoins (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Ripple and ERC20 tokens), with more being added later. The iOS, Android, Windows and MacOS apps were planned to be available this March.

With it, users can send, receive and check balances for Bitcoins (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Ripple and ERC20 tokens. The transaction is signed offline by simply tapping the card to an NFC-enabled phone. The card secures the private key offline. The card can be used to make in-store payments and ATM withdrawals worldwide in any currency fiat, crypto and tokens.

TenX

TenX is an Android and iOS multi-sig wallet that syncs with the TenX Visa/MasterCard debit card to allow users to access multiple cryptocurrencies across different blockchains. It allows instant exchanging of cryptocurrencies.

Users can load the card with any crypto from this wallet.

Tokenly Pockets

Tokenly Pockets is a wallet for storing and sending Bitcoin, CounterParty and Counterparty assets, which works as a Chrome extension/plugin. It also supports storage and sending of BCY and FLDC. The wallet lets users to sign transactions locally before they are pushed to the network as a raw transaction through Blockchain.info’s pushtx API.

Users can also convert altcoins into Bitcoin or do other exchanges via ShapeShift exchange.

It also allows users to send tokens to users of LetsTalkBitcoin.com with the LTBn Directory and to read news from LetsTalkBitcoin.com, in-wallet.

Trezor

Trezor One Wallet is a hardware or offline "cold" wallet used to store more than 700 cryptocurrencies including BTC, BCH, BTG, LTC, DASH, DOGE, ETC, ETH, ERC20, NEM, NMC, ZEC, EXP, and UBQ. It can be used to sign transactions offline before transmitting them to the network. The signing is done by physically pushing buttons on the device. By ensuring that the key is stored and spent to sign transactions while offline, the crypto will be much more secure compared to hot or online wallets.

It is connected to the computer and software installed, after which one creates a backup and writes the keyphrase used to restore the device in case it is lost or stolen.

Trezor wallet is compatible with Changelly and ShapeShift as well as major browsers.

Trezor Model T

Trezor Model T is a second edition hardware crypto wallet by Satoshi Labs after the Trezor. The difference between the two is that Model T features a touchscreen through which users interract with the device. However, it comes at a higher price tag.

Otherwise, it lets users to access around 500 different coins and connects to other hardware (Windows, OS X, and Linux.) via USB. It also allows backing of coins with a 12-word seed recovery card just in case a user forgets the password.

Trust Wallet

Trust Wallet is Binance's official mobile cryptocurrency wallet app that allows users to send, store and trade thousands of ERC20, ERC721 and ERC223 tokens. It also integrates an instant token exchange via a built-in decentralized exchange through a partnership with Kyber Network.

The wallet also allows staking of VeChain, Callisto and TomoChain cryptocurrencies from within it. The wallet also features a dApp browser on mobile phone that allows users to interract with dApps. Vetted dApps are listed on the marketplace for access by users via this browser.

In addition to sending and receiving, users can also track performance of their portfolios by checkling price movements in real time and historical charts.

Waves Wallet

Waves Wallet is the official wallet for Waves Platform and comes as a Chrome Extension, iOS app, MacOS and

Windows apps, and allows issue, transfer and trading of assets thanks to an in-built decentralized exchange that also integrates with fiat gateways.

The DEX matches store orders and executes the matches and the commission per order on the DEX is a fixed fee of 0.003 WAVES.

Zumminer

Zumminer supports sending, receiving, storing, and exchanging of coins like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Zcash, DASH, and others. In addition, it supports exchange and storage of funds in USD and cloud mining.

The company's plan is to make crypto investment/mining easy for everyone even for those without special computer skills.

David Kariuki

David Kariuki likes to regard himself as a freelance tech journalist who has written and writes widely about a variety of tech issues that affect our society daily, including cryptocurrencies (see cryptomorrow.com and coinpedia.org); climate change (cleanleap.com), OpenSim and virtual reality (see hypergridbusiness.com). He is currently pursuing a MSc in Environmental Management at Open University. He does write here not to offer any investment advise but with the intention of informing audience, and articles in here are of his own opinion. Anyone willing to use any opinion here as advise to invest in crypto should obviously take own responsibility and accountability of their losses (or benefits) thereof. You can reach me at eqariu@gmail.com or david@cryptomorrow.com

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