What is the best cryptocurrency wallet right now?

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The answer depends on which type of wallet you're looking for.

There are two types of wallet:
-Hot wallet
-Cold wallet

hot wallet are free to use wallets that in on the device that is connected to the internet, these wallets are more convenient and easy to carry out transactions but are more vulnerable to hackers who could theoretically reach your crypto over the internet.

cold wallets are hardware wallets that cost money and is disconnected from the Internet. While there are ways to do this yourself, hardware wallets come preloaded with software and other usability and security features that make the process smoother.
Here are some of the top
  1. Ledger Nano S: This is a hardware wallet that is considered one of the safest options for storing cryptocurrencies. It is user-friendly and can store more than 1,500 cryptocurrencies
  2. Trezor: Another hardware wallet popular among crypto enthusiasts. It is easy to use and offers strong security measures to protect your digital assets
  3. Exodus: This is a software wallet that supports over 100 cryptocurrencies. It has a user-friendly interface and offers a built-in exchange service.
  4. Coinbase Wallet: This is a mobile wallet that allows you to store and manage your cryptocurrencies on your smartphone. It is user-friendly and provides easy access to the Coinbase exchange.
  5. MyEtherWallet: This is a popular wallet for storing Ethereum and other ERC-20 tokens. It is a free, open-source wallet that provides a high level of security.
Here are some common types of cryptocurrency wallets:
  1. Hardware wallets: These are physical devices that store your private keys offline, making them more secure than other types of wallets. Popular hardware wallets include Trezor, Ledger, and KeepKey.
  2. Software wallets: These are digital wallets that you can download and use on your computer or mobile device. Some popular software wallets include Electrum, Exodus, and MyEtherWallet.
For temporary usage (not for long holding) - small amounts - I use Exodus or Atomic Wallet. I hate Trust Wallet, it's too distracting and annoying and I hate their dumb overhyped BNB and Smart Chain. :cherries: