Here's a list of mobile, desktop and hardware wallets so you can choose the best options for your personal risk profile.
Newcomers to Bitcoin are often lost when picking a wallet to use
Bitcoin wallets are a very complex topic for new users. There are tons of different kinds of wallets, and all have a different set of security and privacy tradeoffs.
Basically, the easiest way to understand it all, is to keep in mind the hodler’s mantra of “not your keys, not your Bitcoin”.
We’ll be taking a look at a range of wallets that let you control your own private keys, and let you send and receive Bitcoin so you can start right away. The three most common formats for Bitcoin wallets are mobile wallets, desktop wallets, and offline hardware wallets.
The best Bitcoin wallets for mobile users
Blockstream Green was formerly known as Green Address, and is an excellent choice for your mobile wallet. Green is user-friendly but has a bunch of advanced features for long-time Bitcoiners also.
iOS & Android
Encrypted private keys on your device.
2fa to prevent your wallet from being compromised.
Timelock & multisignature smart contracts to securely store Bitcoin.
Integration with Ledger & Trezor hardware wallets.
Private, you only need an email address.
Lower fees with Segwit, and customizable fees.