Ledger is a company that offers hardware wallets which supports multiple cryptocurrencies, including Ethereum. Most of their hardware wallets look like USB storage devices and are pretty easy to use.
Ledger wallet lets customers be in complete control over their funds, meaning they need to store their seed in a safe place.
In addition, customers can also use a mobile app, or a browser extension in order to transfer funds.
The wallet has a lot of support by third-parties, meaning that the possibilities are limitless. For instance, you can directly use a DEX just by connecting it to your computer.
Finally, every Ledger wallet is secured by a PIN that customers pick during the setup.
Atomic Wallet is a desktop wallet that supports Etherum and other 300+ coins and tokens. It has a sleek UI, DEX integration, and allows the purchase of cryptocurrencies via credit cards. This wallet stores encrypted private keys on the device. Users need to back up their private keys.
MyEtherWallet is a browser extension wallet that was created as an alternative to MetaMask. The wallet has a lot more features than MetaMask which include swaps, sending tokens, offline transactions, Ledger integration, and an app that turns your phone into a hardware wallet.
Users need to back up their private keys with this wallet.
TrustWallet is a mobile wallet that supports multiple coins and tokens. The wallet has a dApp browser, a DEX, and a collectible window.
TrustWallet is secured by Face ID, Touch ID, and password lock.
If you are into collectibles, I’d recommend checking out Enjin and its wallet.
Coinbase’s wallet (mobile only) works hand in hand with the exchange, however, it does not support many coins and tokens. The wallet has a browser for dApps and a window that allows you to see collectibles.
The feature that I like the most about the wallet is the one that allows wallet backups via iCloud and Google Drive (users are advised to keep a physical backup as well).
Coinbase wallet can be secured by Face ID, Touch ID, and password lock.
Enjin’s crypto wallet is another great alternative to store cryptocurrencies such as Ethereum. It is extremely user-friendly and is also known for its collectibles as well as being gaming-friendly.
The Enjin wallet is an app and is available on both Android and iOS.
Please, NOTE: All the wallets that I have mentioned require users to back up their private keys.
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