If you invest in cryptocurrency and want to use an alternative currency for privacy or other reasons, you will need a place to store your money and a way to send or receive cryptocurrencies. A crypto wallet is the answer.

Crypto wallets come in many forms, including web wallets, mobile, desktop, paper, software and hardware wallets. Some desktop wallets, so-called full nodes, contain a full copy of the cryptocurrency blockchain.

In short, a full node does the following 3 things:

  • Verify transactions
  • Share information with other nodes
  • Keep a copy of all transactions on the blockchain

For advice on how to use a wallet, see How to store bitcoins?

Desktop/Mobile Wallets



Hardware Wallets

Ledger Nano X


Ledger Nano S

Online Wallets

Coinbase Wallet

Bitpanda Wallet

Litebit Wallet