Different Types of ERC20 Wallets Cryto wallet
Ledger Nano S
Ledger Nano S is a hardware wallet and being a hardware solution for a softwareevolution, this wallet has managed to impress a lot of experts.
The wallet has an active development team with all the security features like PIN, seed keys and paraphrases that will help you secure your ERC-20 tokens. It offers support for more than 20 different cryptocurrencies in a single device and the numbers are constantly being upgraded by the dedicated development team. At the cost of $65, it is also the cheapest multi-currency hardware wallet.
MetaMask, like MyEtherWallet, is a browser-based wallet that gives you access to the Ethereum network. This wallet helps you to store, send and even manage your ERC-20 tokens on it. The active development community and the support that comes along with it, the seamlessly intuitive user interface and the design are the greatest advantages of MetaMask.
Coinomi is a mobile wallet and its claim to fame can be attributed to its support for forked coins. Coinomi supports both Ethereum and Ethereum based tokens. It gives complete control over your funds at all times because it is a hierarchical deterministic wallet - the holy grail of a wallet where you do not have to remember a lot of credentials, and it is not easy to forget the only one that you need to! One small disadvantage that Coinomi brings is that the token feature is not available by default, and it needs to be configured separately by adding your list of chosen tokens.
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