There are three open-source wallets elaborated by the DigiByte community: DGB Core Wallet, DGB Mobile Wallet and DGB Go Wallet.
DGB Core Wallet is a full client and requires a lot of memory to download a blockchain. It enables SegWit and Dandelion. It can be launched on MasOS, Windows, Android, Blackberry. To send and receive coins, one needs to synch this wallet. The private key is stored for every particular DGB address.
DGB Mobile Wallet works for iOS, Android and is also suitable for new users. The app connects to an SPV (Lite) wallet. Unlike a DGB Core Wallet, it does not require time and space to get it sync. The app’s encryption is hardware-based. It’s possible to recover one’s wallet via a Personal Recovery Key and the phrase you’re always keeping in mind. One can access the wallet, using a fingerprint option. DGB Mobile Wallet allows for import of paper wallets. The private key is stored on the user’s side.
The DGB Go Wallet comes as a Chrome extension. No sync is required here as well as the wallet directly connects to the server.
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