Top Cryptocurrencies Desktop Wallets you should have


Wallets are very important to keep our cash safe and secure. In the same way, you need wallets to keep your cryptocurrencies. But, cryptocurrency wallets come in many different types like desktop wallets, hardware wallets, mobile wallets, paper wallets, and web wallets.

Among all these, Desktop wallets can be customized according to the user needs and can be installed on different desktops. Here is a guide of top desktop wallets you should be using for your cryptocurrency.


  1. Jaxx

Developed by Decentral.Inc, a Canadian based firm, Jaxx is one of the coolest multi-cryptocurrency desktop wallets in the market. This HD Jaxx wallets have a secure PIN feature and ShapeShift for inbuilt crypto exchange.


Jaxx is free of cost, supported by Windows, Linux and Mac OSX, Seqwit enabled and highly recommended for all.


  1. Exodus

Exodus is one of the best desktop wallets available for Bitcoin and 30 different types of altcoin. Crafted by Daniel Castagnoli and JP Richardson, Exodus is not only user-friendly but also does not require the user to do extensive KYC to use the wallet.


Exodus comes free and is recommended for intermediate and advanced users. Windows, Mac OSX and Linux are its supporting operating systems.


  1. Armory

Armory wallet is a heavy wallet and is an open source software. On the upside, the user can create old storage wallets for their cryptocurrencies using the Armory wallet. On the downside, you have to download the complete blockchain and then set-up a node to use this wallet.


It is recommended only for advanced users but comes free of cost.


  1. Electrum

Electrum is one of the oldest wallets in the market and one of the lightweight wallets. This wallet is available for both desktop and the mobile version and enables the user to customize the transaction fee for each transaction done by the user.

It is open-source project and a self-hosted wallet. It is free and recommended for intermediate and advanced users.


These are the top desktop wallets you can use to store your cryptocurrencies, but all these wallets are self-hosted. It simply means you are yourself responsible for your funds and these wallets only give you a PIN to secure and safekeep your Bitcoins.


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