If you are new to the world of crypto or if you are an expert user who enjoys trying new things, it's always good to know the best crypto wallets to store your tokens.

There are many wallets on the market, each with its own unique characteristics. And although many are great, it is not possible to get a one-size-fits-all. However, here is a list of the five best crypto wallets (in our opinion) that are worth trying.

Of course, we know there are thousands of options, and making lists has always been a tricky job as it will never satisfy everyone, but keeping that in mind, we think these 5 crypto wallets may fit most of your needs, so here is our list, in no particular order:

1) The Hardware Wallet: Trezor Model T

Hardware wallets are perfect for those security maniacs. A hardware wallet is an external device that allows you to store your tokens offline, adding an extra layer of security.

Of all the hardware crypto wallets, the one we recommend is the Trezor Model T.

Its beautiful screen makes its operation very comfortable. Its plastic is quite resistant and guarantees all the functionalities of a hardware wallet at a reasonable price.

2) The Crypto Wallet for those who buy a lot of things online: BitPay

BitPay is a crypto wallet that only allows BTC and BCH. However, some hardcore bitcoiners don't like it for several technological and philosophical reasons that are not excessively important for the ordinary user.

BitPay is a very popular wallet compatible with the "Payment Protocol" so you can use this wallet in virtually all online stores. As an example, imagine you want to buy a nice Rubik's cube at Speedcubeshop.com and want to pay with BTC: After scanning scanning the Code, if you do not have a wallet compatible with Payment Protocol, you will not be able to pay, even if you have all the BTC in the world.

Also, with BitPay you can buy gift cards natively, making it easier to use in traditional stores. It also lets you send unconfirmed funds, which makes it easy to receive a transaction and immediately spend it

courtesy: BitPay

3) The multicoin Wallet: Coinomi

Coinomi is a crypto wallet created specially for those who want to have dozens and dozens of altcoins in a single wallet.

Its intuitive design makes it perfect for diversifying a blockfolio. Besides, its compatibility with Changelly and Shapeshift make it ideal to "freeze" assets and convert them to BTC, USDT, or other tokens instantly.

It also has a desktop version for use in windows, mac and Linux environments.

4) The pretty one: Exodus

If you want a crypto wallet with a clean, functional, and beautiful interface, Exodus has no comparison.

This wallet supports more than 100 different cryptocurrencies, showing you in its interface how much money you have in total, the proportion of each of your assets and the variation in the price of each of them.

It also has support for desktop, Android, and iOS.

5) The best Crypto Wallet to buy and trade your coins with Dollars: Coinbase

Although many say it is not a good decision to store your money on an exchange, the Coinbase app is perfect for those seeking comfort over anything.

Coinbase is one of the leading North American exchanges, so you can use your dollars to buy crypto and trade with them, all within the same platform.

Also, as user, you have the security that this exchange complies with U.S. regulations.

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In the end, any wallet will be good for you if you know what you want or need. There are many fishes in the ocean, and many of them will be great! There is no excuse to dip your nose in the crypto-verse, and even if you don't like any of the crypto wallets, you can always store your coins in a piece of paper

But that's another story

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