Ethereum is one of the most popular digital assets in the market, so there are plenty of wallets to choose from.
In this guide, you will find the top ten Ethereum wallets that you can use in 2020.
Top Ethereum Wallets
Whether you want something that works on desktop, mobile, or comes with nifty hardware, you have options. We’ve done the legwork for you so you can focus on finding the wallet that works for you.
|Name||Description||Platforms Supported||Social Media||Support||Download Accessibility||Score|
|Ledger Nano||Ledger provides severl hardware wallets that support Ethereum. Ledger wallets offer the security of a hardware wallet combined with a sleep design and support for dozens of altcoins. This makes it easy to store all of your altcoins in one place with a user-friendly dashboard and mobile apps to increase their mobility and usability.||MacOS, Windows, Linux, iOS, Android||Reddit, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn||Website support (help articles and contact form), Github||Moderate||3.8|
|Automic Wallet||This is a free wallet that supports hundreds of other altcoins as well. You can make purchases with your credit card thanks to an integration with Changelly. Exchanges are easy and the dashboard is user-friendly. They also plan to make eEhereum eligible for atomic swaps in the near future.||Windows, MacOS, Linux, Ubuntu, Android, iOS||Twitter, Telegram, Medium, Reddit, Facebook, YouTube, Steemit||Knowledge base, Blog, Email, Live Chat, Help articles, Github||Easy||5|
|Guarda||This wallet works on desktop, mobile, and through your web browser. With a Chrome extension, you can easily manage your wallet online, and with the desktop wallet, you can manage it from your computer, even without a web connection. The mobile app makes it easy to use on-the-go, and it supports dozens of altcoins. Guarda also allows you to make purchases with you credit card and is a non-custodial.||macOS, Windows, iOS, Android, Chrome extension||Twitter, Telegram, Facebook, Medium, Reddit, Github, YouTube||Blog, Knowledge base, Ticketing system, Email||Easy||4.8|
|Argent||This non-custodial wallet not only allows you to store your ether, but also lend it out and earn interest. You can configure your wallet using your phone number and email address, but you can recover your password using them, too, so it's not as secure as others.||iOS, Android||Twitter, Instagram, Medium, Github||Blog, Knowledge base||Easy||3.3|
|Exodus||This wallet is super easy to use and supports almost 100 altcoins. It displays a dashboard prominently upon login, so you have a comprehensive view of your position. It also features one-click recovery email so it's hard to get locked out. You do have to be connected to the internet to use it, but you can also send and recieve funds from smart contracts.||Windows, MacOS, Linux, Android, iOS||Reddit, Twitter, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn||Slack, Knowledge base, Tutorials, Help articles, Email, Twitter, Facebook, Github||Easy||5|
|Trezor||With support for dozens of digital assets and tokens, Trezor is one of the most popular hardware wallets around. It offers the security of a hardware wallet with an online dashboard that's easy to use. The wallet itself is sleek and easy to set up with a touchscreen instead of physical buttons.||Web-based dashboard for Firefox and Chrome, Android, Exodus integration||Wiki, Blog, Website support, Github||Facebook, Medium, Reddit, Twitter||Easy||4|
|TrustWallet||This mobile wallet offers support for leading digital assets like ETH, BTC, XRP, XLM, and BNB. It works with Binance for instant exchanges and the Web3 browser is fully optimized for mobile so you can see content as it was intended for your device.||Android, iOS||Facebook, Reddit, Twitter, Instagram, Github, Telegram||Facebook, Telegram, Reddit, Github, Twitter||Easy||4.3|
|Jaxx Liberty||Jaxx is one of the most popular Ethereum wallets used by many, and it was the first mobile wallet available for both iOS and Android. Users can store a range of digital assets, but with a ShapeShift integration, this wallet also has a built-in exchange function allowing users to convert digital assets with ease.||Android, iOS, Mac OS X, Windows, Linux, Google Chrome extension||Twitter, Instagram, Reddit, YouTube, Telegram||YouTube, Telegram, Reddit, Online support, FAQs||Easy||5|
|MyEtherWallet||MyEtherWallet is an open source wallet that allows you to control Ethereum's private key on your computer. There are no third-party servers involved and you can write and access smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain. You can also connect your Ledger Nano S or Trezor.||iOS, Android, Samsung Galaxy||Facebook, Twitter, Medium, Reddit, Github, YouTube, Instagram||YouTube, Reddit, Facebook, Github, FAQs, Contact form||Easy||4.5|
|MetaMask||MetaMask is a desktop and a mobile wallet that allows you to send and store Ethereum. You can also access DApps. It's pretty easy to switch back and forth between the test network and the main network, and the private keys are stored on your machine.||iOS, Android, Chrome extension||Github, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Reddit||YouTube, Reddit, Facebook, Twitter, Github, Blog, FAQs, Guides, Email||Easy||4.5|
With a variety of ways to connect and interact with your wallet, you’re bound to see just how easy it is to start using the Ethereum network.
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