Chapter 15: Navigating Blockchain Wallets – What blockchain wallets are available?

Decentralized Wallets Keep your own Bitcoin private keys for greater peace of mind
TokenPocket
TokenPocket
Multi-chain wallet, secure and easy to use, DAPP portal

Bitpie
Bitpie
The world’s leading multi-chain wallet with trading support

imToken
imToken
A well-known wallet on the ethereum blockchain

Trust Wallet
Trust Wallet
Multi-chain wallet acquired by Cryptocurrency

Tronlink
Tronlink
For Wavefield Blockchain

Scatter
Scatter
EOS wallet plugin installed on Google Chrome

Metamask
Metamask
Ethernet ETH wallet plugin for Google Chrome

Centralized wallet Bitcoin private key kept by the platform
Cryptocurrency Letter
Coinsign
with chat function

Uphold
Uphold
Very popular abroad

Exchange wallets Big exchanges help you keep your digital assets like bitcoin, safer and more convenient
Firecoin
Firecoin
Top 3 global exchanges

Cryptocurrency
Cryptocurrency
Top 3 Global Exchanges

OKEx
OKEx
Top 3 Global Exchanges

Hardware Wallets Hardware wallets keep bitcoin private keys more secure
Ledger
Ledger
Claims to sell the most hardware wallets

Trezor
Trezor
The big guys are also using

keeyKey
keeyKey
Keep your blockchain assets safe

Kushin Wallet
Kushin Wallet
Blockchain Asset Protector

BitHD
BitHD
The hardware wallet of Bitpat

imKey
imKey
imtoken’s hardware wallet

Cobo Vault
Cobo Vault
COBO’s Hardware Wallets

Centralized & Decentralized Combination of centralized and decentralized blockchain wallets such as Bitcoin
Cobo
Cobo
The founder is the big man of Godfish

Kushin
Kushin
Has a hardware wallet

Tiger Wallet
Tiger Wallet
The same company as the TigerFocus Exchange

RenRenbit
RenRenbit
has lending and finance services