Recommended wallets

By March 18, 2018 No Comments

This page provides a list of wallets that we understand to be reliable and secure. However, we cannot guarantee the safety or legitimacy of any wallet and we recommend that you do your own research to ensure you are comfortable and confident in any external wallet you use.

You can also read our article explaining wallets, and check out our how-to guide on moving your crypto before you get started. Always be very careful about every wallet you use and also make sure that your own computer is free of malware, as this could compromise your wallet.

Multi-currency wallets


Jaxx is a great option that lets you add many of your different currencies into one place. You can find their website and downloads here.

To move coins from your Easy Crypto Portfolio to Jaxx, check out their instructions here on how to transfer funds from a private key. Some users have reported issues with Jaxx on their computers, so if you run into any trouble importing, use a different wallet from the list below.

Specific currency wallets

Bitcoin (BTC)

Electrum is a very well regarded wallet that has been around since 2011.

A vulnerability was discovered in Electrum in January 2018, so please make sure that you use the latest version (3.0.5 or higher).

If you wish to move your bitcoin from your Easy Crypto Portfolio in to Electrum, you will need to “sweep” your private key into it.

Cardano (ADA)

Daedalus is the official wallet. Choose the Restore option and use your private key.

Please note, this wallet can take hours to connect to the network for the first time.

Enjin Coin (ENJ)

You can use any compatible ERC20 wallet with Enjin. The easiest way is to follow our step-by-step guide to using MyEtherWallet.

Ethereum (ETH)

If ease of use is your top priority, use My Ether Wallet. You can download the latest release from their Github site and save it to your computer, rather than running it from their website if you prefer.

Have a look at our step-by-step guide to using MyEtherWallet.

If you want a much more fully featured experience, use Parity.

Litecoin (LTC)

Use Electrum LTC, or download one of the recommended wallets from this page.

Have a look at our step-by-step guide on how to use Electrum-LTC.


Use the official wallet from Github. There will be a brand new wallet within the next few months, codenamed Trinity.

Your private key is what IOTA refers to as the ‘seed’. Once you install the wallet, you can log into it with the IOTA private key from your Portfolio.


Use the Nano web wallet, or download one of the recommended wallets from this page.

Have a look at our step-by-step guide on how to use the web wallet.


Neon Wallet is a good lightweight client.

Ripple (XRP)

ToastWallet is very lightweight.

Read our step-by-step guide on how to import and send money from Toast.

GateHub is a much more advanced client.

Request (REQ)

As Request is built on the Ethereum blockchain, you can use My Ether Wallet.

Have a look at our step-by-step guide to using MyEtherWallet

Stellar (XLM)

You can use their official web client here to instantly send:

Or if you want a full client, download one of the official wallets from this page.

Verge (XVG)

Download an official Verge wallet here.


Download one of the recommended wallets from this page.

Use your private key to import the address.