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Top Ethereum Wallets Compatible With Cryptocurrency ICO Tokens

Since most tokens are issued on the Ethereum blockchain, it means people need access to a compatible Ethereum wallet. Unfortunately, not all wallets in existence support cryptocurrency ICO tokens issued on the Ethereum blockchain. Below are the top wallet choices when it comes to investing in and receiving cryptocurrency ICO tokens.

Most people would not expect mobile wallets to be compatible with Ethereum-based ICO tokens, but there is one major exception. This mobile solution goes by the name of imToken, and is available for both Android and iOS. The imToken wallet was released not too long ago and offers all of the functionality one would come to expect. Always do your own research before getting involved with a new mobile wallet, though.

This is the easiest and most user friendly wallet to install.   Metamask works as a browser plugin for Chrome and Firefox and supports Ethereum-based tokens, and is your window into the web3 d’apps ecosystem.

One of the primary Ethereum wallets used by desktop users is the Mist wallet. As one would come to expect, Mist is certainly capable of supporting ERC20 tokens, including token contracts. It only makes sense to have the “main” Ethereum desktop wallet support every possible feature the network has to offer.

It is not entirely surprising most people tend to use MyEtherWallet to buy, sell, and store ERC20 tokens obtained from cryptocurrency ICOs. One thing that makes MyEtherWallet so attractive is how it is an online wallet, even though it provides offline hardware wallet support at the same time. More specifically, users can generate a wallet address and use their Ledger or Trezor hardware wallet to access their account and provide additional security.

MyEtherWallet is also compatible with all of the wallets mentioned above, other than imToken. Moreover, users can export their MyEtherWallet private key to a different wallet solution if the need arises to do so. It is also worth noting MyEtherWallet is an open-source and client-side tool. It is the go-to solution for anyone interested in participating in upcoming cryptocurrency ICOs these days.


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