Wallets
241 companies

BEPAL PRO S is a hardware cryptocurrency wallet. It allows users to store their digital assets (BTC, ETH, EOS, LTC, and others) into an offline device.

Site:
bepal.pro

BitAddress is a way to create a paper wallet online. 

Bitamp is an open-source, client-side, free Bitcoin wallet that allows you to send and receive Bitcoin instantly on the blockchain. All while remaining in complete control of your seed and private keys.

BitClassic is an open-source wallet for the users of B2C crypto-currency. It is designed to store, send and accept BitClassic (B2C) payments.

Bitcoin Core is the full Bitcoin client and therefore takes up a lot of space as it downloads the full blockchain. 

Bitcoin Wallet Airbitz is a decentralized mobile wallet for Apple and Android platforms. Airbitz rebranded to Edge in 2017.

Site:
edge.app
Launched:
2014

Bitcoin Official wallet was created in accordance with the principles laid down by Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin.

Founded in 2018, BitCron is a multi-cryptocurrency mobile wallet.

Site:
bitcron.io
Launched:
2018

BitDaric is an open source wallet that allows users to secure and manage their DARX coins. It can be used on Android, Windows, Linux, and Mac OS.

BitFi is an Open-source connected hardware device that stores multiple cryptocurrencies and assets.

Site:
bitfi.com

BitGo is one of the oldest cryptocurrency wallets, launched in 2013. Many users claim that this is one of the most trusted BTC wallets on the market. Both desktope and mobile versions of the wallet are available. Mobile version is available both for Android and IOS.

Country:
USA
Launched:
2013

Bither is a Bitcoin wallet that can be downloaded for Android, iOS and desktop platforms. With a decentralized Bither wallet, you won’t need to sign up or log in. 

Site:
bither.net

BitKeep is a decentralized digital asset wallet designed to provide users with a professional one-stop service, support multi-wallet management, exchange asset docking, and cover financial lending, cloud - mining, Dapp, games, blockchain payment, and other functions. The wallet supports now over 1000 cryptocurrencies, including BTC, ETH, EOS, LTC and more. BitKeep has recently launched version 3.0, which supports aggregate trading.

Site:
bitkeep.com

BitLox is a hardware wallet. This means that you will use it to store your cryptocurrency private keys in a secure offline environment away from the risk posed by hackers. The company has been around since at least 2014 and is based in Hong Kong (BitLox Limited).

Country:
Hong Kong
Launched:
2014

The BitPay open-source Wallet is one of the products of the BitPay gateway that powers crypto payments for enterprises. BitPay was established in 2011. The BitPay wallet allows buying and selling cryptos.

Site:
bitpay.com
Country:
International
Launched:
2010

Bitpie Wallet is based on HD wallet technology, the user can send and receive cryptocurrencies instantly, it can also make all kinds of transactions more convenient.

Site:
bitpie.com

Headquartered in Singapore, BitPortal is an EOS wallet, portfolio manager, and Exchange for the EOS community.

Country:
Singapore

BitPrime is New Zealand's leading cryptocurrency retailer. The project focuses on ease of use, wallet & crypto security, and providing technical support for our customers - from beginners to mum and dad investors, to professional and institutional investors. BitPrime is the non-custodial meaning you store your digital assets in a wallet of your own.

Country:
New Zealand
Launched:
2017

Bitwala is a Bitcoin and Ethereum wallet linked to the bank account and therefore works as a mobile bank service. It’s possible to buy and sell these two major crypto coins with the help of Bitwala.

Country:
Germany

Block.io is meant to be easy to use, fast, and secure.

Site:
block.io