If you have recently acquired a Ledger nano S or Nano X device and you hold coins on coinbase, you want to transfer your coins as soon as possible. This guide will teach you how to transfer your coins from Coinbase to Ledger step-by-step, as well as show you how to monitor the transaction using a block explorer.
Jaxx is a simple wallet used by many crypto users. Perhaps you have decided that you like Jaxx enough to make it your primary wallet or your lost access to your previous device and need to recover your funds. Either way, you need to know how to recovery your coins on the Jaxx wallet. If so, this is the guide for you.
When creating a Jaxx wallet, the user is shown 12 words which are called seed words. These can be used to recover your crypto portfolio on other devices in case something happens to the main device. This article tells you how to record and store the seed phrase to protect your coins.
Creating an Electrum wallet is a pretty easy and intuitive. However, most users using Electrum as their first wallet don't know what to do with the seed words. This guide will cover what these seed words are and provide a step-by-step process for how best to back up your electrum wallet.
Trezor hardware wallets offer native support to over 1000 cryptocurrencies, inclduing all ERC20 tokens and top ten cryptos by market cap. Even though both Trezor devices support an enormous amount of cryptocurrencies, they differ in just a handful of coins. Read on to learn all the differences.
All of the Ledger devices are multicurrency wallets. However, they differ slightly in which cryptocurrencies they support. While Ledger Nano S and Nano X offer support to almost the exact same cryptocurrencies, Ledger Blue offers fewer options. This article details all of Ledger's supported coins.
Exodus is a multicurrency software wallet that is fully compatible with Trezor. Exodus offers support for an array of digital assets - the total number of which varies depending on the platform you use it on. This post details all the currencies each version of the Exodus wallet supports.
KeepKey natively supports sending and receiving 7 cryptocurrencies. After years of users asking for ERC20 support on various forums, KeepKey finally decided to implement it and now supports over 30 ERC20 tokens. This article will detail the full list of Keepkey's supported coins and cryptocurrencies.
Breadwallet is a decentralized wallet application designed for storing cryptocurrencies on Android and iOS devices. Bread wallet keeps its selection of supported coins pretty simple, offering wallets for Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, and over 100 more ERC20 Tokens. In this article, see the full list of supported coins.