Crypto wallets are used to store your digital cryptocurrency. There are several different types of wallets and some are more secure than others. Here is a list of some of the most popular multi-currency wallets available.
Crypto Wallets Directory
Hardware Wallets – The most secure cryptocurrency wallet is a called a hardware wallet. They are an encrypted hardware device that stores your private keys and support multiple types of currencies. We have created a separate category just for them.
Exodus – A multi-currency cryptocurrency desktop wallet that runs on both Windows and MacOS. It has built-in ShapeShift integration so you can instantly trade one coin for another.
From their site: Manage your diversified portfolio of digital assets. A seamless, one-click, exchange experience. Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Dash and over 85 more.
Jaxx – A multi-currency cryptocurrency wallet that runs on iOS, Android, Windows, and MacOS. It doesn’t support as many currencies as some of the other wallets but they are adding new ones. It has built-in ShapeShift in integration so you can instantly trade one coin for another.
From their site: With Jaxx Liberty, you’re always in control of your private keys: we neither store nor have access to them. With millions of downloads of our wallets, join a community of users who trust Jaxx to manage their digital assets. Find out more about Jaxx Liberty’s security features.
Bread – An open-source multi-currency wallet that runs on iOS and Android. Bread doesn’t require and account or login and your coins are always stored locally on your device. It also gives you the ability to buy Bitcoin directly in the app and then immediately trade that for other cryptocurrencies.
From their site: Our app is a fully decentralized wallet that connects directly to the blockchain using a securely generated 12-word paper key. This means there are no accounts to setup, no passwords to remember, and no servers to hack. No matter what may happen, your money will always be secure and accessible.
Ethos – A relatively new multi-currency wallet that runs on iOS and Android. It also functions as a portfolio so you can see the current value of your coins. Ethos also has a tradeable token that is used for accessing additional features with their wallet.
From their site: Store all of your tokens, coins and digital assets safely and securely on your mobile device. Track assets you have stored elsewhere – such as a hardware wallet or an exchange. Ethos Universal Cryptocurrency Wallet gives you a complete view of your entire portfolio in one place, with rich analytics to show your performance.
Coinomi – A multi-currency wallet that runs on iOS and Android. Coinomi allows you to instantly trade one coin for another using ShapeShift or Changelly.
From their site: Founded back in 2014, Coinomi is the oldest multi-asset wallet available, with millions of active users. Most importantly, no Coinomi wallet has ever been hacked or otherwise compromised to date.
What are we missing? Please comment below with your favorites. If they are good, we’ll add them to the list.