Recommended wallets

Hot wallets

Transferring your currency out of your “cold storage” Easy Crypto Wallet means putting it into a “hot wallet”. Hot wallets mean your currencies are accessible for immediate use, but also means they are exposed to attacks. Read our explanation on how to move your crypto before you get started, and always be very careful about every wallet you use.

With any wallet that you move your currency to, you will need to expose your private key. Even if the wallet you use is reputable, if your computer is infected with malicious software, or a keylogger, you may lose your entire balance.

The options below are 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.

Multi-currency wallets

exodus wallet logo and icon

Exodus is one of the best and easiest wallets, and it 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 into Exodus, just follow our step-by-step guide here.

And of course, don’t forget to backup your Exodus wallet once you’ve got it set up! 🙂

Exodus currently supports Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Gold, Dash, Decred, Digibyte, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Litecoin, Vertcoin, Zcash plus more Ethereum powered asset tokens including 0x, District0x, EOS, OmiseGo, Request, SALT, Waltonchain, and many others.

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 Wallet in to Electrum, you will need to “sweep” your private key into it.


The easiest way to set up a new EOS account is with EOS Lynx:

Your address to send EOS to is your account name (it will be 12 characters long).

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 article on how to use it: Using MyEtherWallet

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

Ripple (XRP)

ToastWallet is very lightweight. Read our article on how to import and send money from Toast.

GateHub is a much more advanced client.

Exodus can also hold XRP too.


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 Easy Crypto Wallet.


Neon Wallet is a good lightweight client.

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..


Download one of the recommended wallets from this page.

Use your private key to import the address.

Verge (XVG)

Download an official Verge wallet here.


Download one of the recommended wallets from this page.


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


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.