How to Get A Bytecoin Wallet

Before you can start accumulating your Bytecoin wealth, you’re going to need a place to store those precious coins. The good news is, there are a ton of options for storing BCN, which include: mobile wallets, web wallets, desktop wallets, paper wallets, and even on an exchange! With so many options out there it can be hard to narrow it down to what option is best, until now.

Best Bytecoin Mobile Wallet

Everyone is using their phone to conduct nearly all of their day to day business, which includes storing their Bytecoin. There are many free mobile BCN wallets on the market, but only one official wallet. I see so many people using FreeWallet, which works fine, but you’re entrusting a company with all of your wealth and paying fees for moving your money around. The best mobile wallet for BCN is the official wallet that was developed by the Bytecoin team, which you can download here on Google Play.

Best Bytecoin Desktop Wallet

Bytecoin is supportedĀ on a variety of “all-in-one” wallets, but again you’re entrusting people with your coins and usually paying a fee to use it. The best choice for a desktop wallet is the official Bytecoin wallet which you can download here on the official website.

Best Bytecoin Web Wallet

There is only one web wallet that supports Bytecoin, and not only is it the official wallet, but it syncs with the mobile wallet! This is usually an awesome starting point, but may not be the best for cold storage as you aren’t in control of your keys. If you’d like to try out the BCN web wallet, you can check it out at Bytecoin.Money.

Bytecoin Paper Wallets

If you are going to store millions of BCN, then I recommend setting up a paper waller for your Bytecoin. A paper wallet can literally be printed on a sheet a paper, which means you hold all your coins, all the time. This is not only the most secure method, but also means you will always have your Bytecoin with you. Setting up a paper wallet for BCN is easy and can be done at Bytecoin.Ninja.

So What Should You Choose?

If you are just testing the waters and want to get started now, I would recommend using the web wallet. Using the web wallet requires no downloads, no fancy keys, and can be set up in less than a minute. If you are looking to make a large purchase, I would recommend using either a paper wallet or downloading the Bytecoin desktop wallet. These are the most secure options, but one requires you to be extremely responsible with keys and the other has to download the entire blockchain prior to usage. One final note is to NEVER use an exchange for storing and moving Bytecoin. You are literally storing your BCN in someone else’s wallet, and that is not a risk worth taking.