Best Bitcoin SV Wallets, Rated and Reviewed for 2020

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On November 15, 2018, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) forked into two chains to create Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Bitcoin SV (BSV) after the Bitcoin Cash community could not agree on what its protocol should look like going forward.

As a result, Bitcoin SV forked off the Bitcoin Cash chain to start its own version of Bitcoin, one that – according to its supporters – is closer to Satoshi Nakamoto’s original vision. Hence, the name Bitcoin Satoshi Vision.

Best Bitcoin SV Wallets

We have compiled a list of the best Bitcoin SV wallets that holders can use to store their recently forked coins in 2020. To rank the wallets, we have used criteria such as launch date, whether they are custodial or non-custodial, and the number of operating systems supported, among others.

ate, whether they are custodial or non-custodial, and the number of operating systems supported, among others.

NameDescriptionCompany/ Project Launch DateNumber of Supported Operating SystemsCustodial?Beginner FriendlinessTrust Pilot RatingScore
CoinomiFounded in 2014, Coinimi was one of the first multi-asset mobile wallets for digital currency users. After the Bitcoin Cash fork, Coinimi also started to support Bitcoin SV. The app is available for iOS and Android users as a mobile wallet and for Mac, Windows, and Linux as a desktop wallet. 20145No544.5
Atomic WalletLaunched in 2018, Atomic Wallet is a multi-currency desktop wallet that supports over 300 digital assets, including BSV. This desktop wallet stands out as it enables users to convert digital assets using its in-built non-custodial atomic swap exchange. The wallet is available for Mac, Windows, Ubuntu, Debian, and Fedora. 20187No454.5
EdgeOriginally founded as Airbitz in 2014, Edge has rebranded and become one of the leading multi-asset mobile wallets for digital assets. Currently, the app supports 27 digital currencies and tokens, including Bitcoin SV. 20142No5n.a.4
ExodusFounded in 2016, Exodus has emerged as one of the most popular multi-asset desktop wallets for digital asset investors. Currently, Exodus supports 95+ assets, including BSV, and comes with an in-built exchange to make digital asset management easy for everyone. The app is available for Mac, Windows, and Linux. 20163No534
GuardaFounded in 2017, Guarda is a multi-asset digital asset wallet that comes as a mobile, desktop or web-based version to make managing digital asset investments as accessible as possible for everyone. 20174No554.5
HandCashFounded in 2017, HandCash is a Bitcoin SV-only mobile wallet that enables users to send money by only using a $handle as opposed to having to copy and paste long alphanumeric Bitcoin SV addresses. 20172No5n.a.3.5
CentbeeFounded in 2017, South Africa-based Centbee provides an easy-to-use Bitcoin SV wallet that enables users across the world to send, receive, and store BSV in a secure manner on their smartphones. The app is available for both iOS and Android and has become one of the go-to mobile wallets for BSV users. 20172No5n.a.3.5
Electrum SVElectrumSV is considered the go-to Bitcoin SV desktop client that was specifically developed by a member of the BSV community to hold their digital currency. ElectrumSV enables users to manage their BSV holdings on their desktops. 20183No4n.a.3
BitPieBitPie is another multi-asset mobile wallet. Founded in 2017, the mobile app stands out from its competitors for also enabling its users to interact with Dapps. It is available for iOS and Android and enabled Bitcoin SV support after the Bitcoin Cash hard fork. 20172No4n.a.3
HivrHiver is a Bitcoin SV-only mobile wallet for Android users. It was launched after the fork that created the new digital currency to provide a mobile application for BSV users who prefer to manage their funds on their smartphones.20181No4n.a.2.5

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