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It’s very important that you don’t leave large amounts of cryptocurrency on an exchange (e.g. Coinbase/GDAX). You want to store your cryptocurrency in wallets which you have setup and personally control. Hardware wallets are well-recommended by the community, but a desktop or mobile wallet is good enough for storing smaller amounts of cryptocurrency.

Hardware Wallets
Ledger Nano S
Ledger Nano S

Cryptocurrency hardware wallet which supports Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, ERC-20 tokens, and much more. Well-recommended.

This post provides an overview of the Ledger Nano S and answers some FAQs.

Trezor
Trezor

Cryptocurrency hardware wallet which supports Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, ERC-20 tokens, and more. Supports fewer alternative cryptocurrencies than the Ledger Nano S.

OpenDime
OpenDime

A small USB stick which allows you store Bitcoins securely and spend it like a dollar bill (i.e., without making an on-chain transaction).

You can find a review of the Opendime here.

Desktop Wallets
Electrum
Electrum

Probably the most popular and well-recommened Bitcoin wallet. Available for Windows, OSX, Linux, and Android.

Mobile Wallets
GreenAddress
GreenAddress

An excellent, fully-featured Bitcoin wallet available on Chrome, Android, or iOS.

Breadwallet
Breadwallet

Simple and beginner friendly Bitcoin wallet for iOS and Android.

Cryptocurrency Wallets
MyEtherWallet
MyEtherWallet

Open source and client-side interface for accessing your ETH and ERC-20 tokens.

Exodus
Exodus

Supports multiple cryptocurrencies, has a great user interface, and is suitable for beginners. Available for Windows, OSX, and Linux

Jaxx
Jaxx

Supports multiple cryptocurrencies, has a great user interface, and is suitable for beginners. Available for Windows, OSX, Linux, iOS, and Android.

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