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Top Wallet tokens by market capitalization

Wallet contains 47 coins with a total market capitalization of $7.55B and an average price change of +4.42%. They are listed in size by market capitalization.

Cryptocurrency wallets are digital tools allowing users to store, manage, and transact with their cryptocurrencies. Just as you'd use a physical wallet to store traditional paper currency and credit cards, a crypto wallet serves the same purpose for digital currencies, but in a more complex manner due to the cryptographic nature of these assets. Cryptocurrency wallets have private and public keys and come in various types: hardware, software, web, and paper wallets. Security is important, as losing access to the private key means losing access to the funds. Users must practice security measures and choose wallets compatible with their desired cryptocurrencies.

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NamePrice24h (%)7D (%)Market cap24h volumeSupplyLast 24hOperation
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$9.42+8.33%+33.69%$4.39B$111.81M466.56M
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$0.4211+0.86%+8.41%$528.14M$25.73M1.25B
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$1.06+4.11%+6.11%$442.87M$10.52M416.65M
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$0.7854+1.00%-1.29%$363.24M$4.67M462.50M
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$0.1558+4.25%+11.35%$212.96M$8.94M1.37B
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$0.2469+3.45%+10.71%$150.74M$5.65M610.46M
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$0.1664+3.54%+5.64%$131.80M$10.21M792.22M
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$1.18+15.10%+6.90%$97.87M$1.98M83.01M
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NYM
NYMNYM
$0.1105+1.95%+2.71%$87.79M$1.78M794.80M
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$0.4308+3.41%+9.88%$55.98M$4.63M129.92M
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$0.002442-1.21%+5.82%$43.89M$926,886.8917.98B
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$0.04401+5.76%+2.47%$37.90M$1.36M861.14M
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Reef
ReefREEF
$0.001369+4.81%+10.72%$31.25M$8.61M22.82B
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MATH
MATHMATH
$0.2309+7.40%+8.49%$26.41M$755,205.84114.36M
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$0.002906+2.09%+5.60%$25.80M$654,345.778.88B
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$0.04809+0.90%+0.37%$22.70M$6.54M472.04M
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$0.0008535-2.47%+17.97%$22.31M$862,948.2126.13B
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$0.005818-1.37%-1.22%$20.17M$75,709.453.47B
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$0.02516+5.27%+12.14%$19.70M$1.69M782.74M
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$0.07532+1.84%+7.56%$15.86M$2.59M210.53M
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$0.02080+2.13%+3.10%$12.52M$974,311.42601.96M
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$0.004624+6.27%+18.00%$11.70M$4.30M2.53B
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$0.{6}2353+5.81%+13.12%$10.38M$177,799.8944.10T
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Divi
DiviDIVI
$0.001751+7.98%+4.79%$6.92M$289,1283.95B
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$0.07300+7.00%+21.16%$6.40M$426,281.2487.70M
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Nash
NashNEX
$0.1123-0.60%+1.82%$4.77M$488.242.47M
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BLOCX.
BLOCX.BLOCX
$0.06884+21.84%+31.60%$3.86M$170,838.7356.08M
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Sylo
SyloSYLO
$0.001122+5.84%-2.43%$2.73M$785,358.872.43B
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$0.002307+0.91%-13.98%$2.31M$39,922.741000.00M
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$0.004740+4.94%+11.94%$1.23M$180.5259.35M
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OneArt
OneArt1ART
$0.005391+3.33%+12.27%$773,119.68$16,486.86143.42M
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$0.02122+3.13%+10.24%$411,565.5$40,381.3719.39M
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$0.006064+3.90%-6.00%$379,549.92$237,751.2462.59M
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$0.02852-3.29%+6.33%$302,458.05$3,127.5410.60M
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$0.{4}8349+2.63%-0.91%$0$5.740.00
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$0.02534-1.22%+6.92%$0$55,804.370.00
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$0.004634+0.96%+10.98%$0$15.460.00
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$0.{4}1215+2.68%-0.77%$0$1,795.570.00
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$1.89+1.77%-3.77%$0$1.60M0.00
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$0.0005463-0.83%+0.36%$0$670.190.00
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$0.006569+0.42%-13.78%$0$299,502.720.00
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$0.0007915+5.94%-7.62%$0$1,216.270.00
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HYTOPIA
HYTOPIATOPIA
$0.02362+3.39%+7.59%$0$64,889.450.00
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$0.004397-0.13%-0.61%$0$00.00
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Giddy
GiddyGIDDY
$0.003042+3.10%+9.27%$0$5,817.720.00
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$0.01919-1.04%+0.17%$0$00.00
FAQ

What are the types of crypto wallets available, and which one is the safest?

Like almost everything else, cryptocurrency wallets have many different types Software Wallets: These are applications you can install on your computer or mobile device. It includes: - Hot Wallets: Connected to the internet for easy accessibility. Convenient for frequent transactions but less secure than cold wallets. - Cold Wallets: Offline wallets that store your private keys, offering higher security but less convenience. Hardware Wallets: Physical devices designed specifically to store cryptocurrency keys offline, making them one of the safest options. Paper Wallets: A printed copy of your private and public keys, providing a secure offline storage method. Web Wallets: Crypto wallets that are accessed through a web browser. They are convenient but rely on the security of the hosting platform. The safest type of crypto wallet is generally considered to be hardware wallets because they keep your private keys offline and are less susceptible to hacking attempts.

What is public key and private key?

Your public key, also known as your wallet address, is what people use to send you digital assets. It's like sharing your bank account number for others to make deposits. On the other hand, your private key is the key to unlock everything in your account. It's a long, seemingly random combination of letters and numbers, akin to the key to a secure vault. To make things more convenient, some wallets generate a series of words known as a seed phrase as an alternative to the private key. This seed phrase acts as a backup and allows easier access to your account. While anyone can send transactions to your public key (like receiving money in your bank account), only you, with your private key or seed phrase, can unlock your digital safe and access everything stored within it. This two-way security ensures that your assets are safe from unauthorized access. However, losing your seed phrase or private key can have severe consequences. It means losing access to your crypto wallet permanently, just like misplacing the key to your physical safe. So, it's important to keep your private key or seed phrase secure and backed up in a safe place to ensure continued access to your crypto assets.

How does a cryptocurrency wallet work?

A cryptocurrency wallet operates by generating a pair of cryptographic keys: a public key for receiving funds and a private key for accessing and signing transactions. The wallet securely stores these keys and facilitates sending and receiving cryptocurrencies on the blockchain network. When you receive cryptocurrencies, they are recorded on the blockchain, not physically stored in the wallet. To send funds, you sign the transaction with your private key, and the network verifies it.

What happens if I lose access to my crypto wallet or forget my password?

If you lose access to your cryptocurrency wallet or forget your password, it can be challenging to recover your, especially if you didn't back up your recovery phrase or private keys. Cryptocurrency wallets are designed to be secure, meaning no one, including the wallet provider, can retrieve your password for you. It's crucial to keep your recovery phrase or private keys safe and accessible only to you. Without this information, you may lose access to your funds permanently.

Is it safe to keep my cryptocurrencies on exchanges instead of a personal wallet?

While some cryptocurrency exchanges offer wallet services, it is generally considered riskier to store your cryptocurrencies on an exchange. Exchanges are attractive targets for hackers due to the large number of assets they hold in one place. If the exchange gets hacked or experiences technical issues, there is a risk of losing your funds. During the tumultuous times of FTX and BlockFi bankruptcies, both platforms decided to halt withdrawals, leaving customers with a sense of uncertainty and concern regarding recovering their valuable crypto assets stored on these exchanges. It is advisable to move your cryptocurrencies to a personal wallet, especially a hardware wallet, where you have full control over your private keys and significantly reduce the risk of theft.

Can I access my crypto wallet from multiple devices?

The ability to access your crypto wallet from multiple devices depends on the type of wallet you're using. Software wallets are often accessible from various devices if you have the required login credentials or recovery phrase.

Is it possible to transfer cryptocurrencies directly between different wallet types?

Of course, you can easily transfer cryptocurrencies directly between different wallet types. You can send Bitcoin, Ethereum, or Bitget tokens from a software wallet to a hardware wallet or vice versa. The process is creating a transaction and specifying the recipient's wallet address (public address) for the transfer. You should double-check the accuracy of the recipient address before confirming any transaction, as sending cryptocurrencies to the wrong address may result in irreversible loss of funds.