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In a previous article titled “ How to create NFTs: A beginner’s guide”,  I wrote that you will need an NFT wallet to create, collect and invest in non-fungible tokens. What are NFT wallets? An NFT wallet is a cryptocurrency wallet that supports the blockchain protocol NFTs are built. It also needs to support the currency you will use to buy NFTs, such as Ethereum.


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There are many Wallets, so you have to look out for some features before choosing a wallet.

what are these features?

Firstly, it must be compatible with the NFT marketplaces you want to buy from. If it’s not supported, you won’t be able to create or buy the NFTs you want.

Secondly, make sure the wallet is safe and secure. This is because NFTs can be worth a lot of money. So You don’t want the wallet easily hacked.

Thirdly, choose a wallet with an Easy-to-understand user interface. This makes creating and buying NTFS simple and easy.

Fourthly, make sure it has Cross-device use. So you can access your NFTs with both a desktop and mobile device.

Lastly, choose a Multichain support wallet. This means the wallet is compatible with as many chains as possible. Ultimately, it gives you easy access to as many NFTs as possible. 

Now that you know the features, here is a summary of the best NFT wallets to choose from when creating NFTs.

Metamask

This is one of the most popular cryptocurrency wallets. The application was built in 2020 by Consensys. Its features include


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  • A browser extension that provides easy access to web3 sites such as NFT marketplaces.
  • Multiple addresses to hold NFTs addresses that are separate from your cryptocurrency as well as set up a single address for each NFT you purchase.
  • A built-in browser for decentralized applications, or dApps, and NFT marketplaces.
  • A built-in swap feature If you need to swap currencies to buy an NFT. Again, Metamask offers support for alternative platforms if you need to use another type of blockchain.

Math Wallet

This is an alternative to Metamask. Its unique feature lies in the fact that it supports over 70 blockchains. Again, It has a web, desktop, and mobile version that can sync across multiple devices. Math Wallet will also let you create multiple addresses as well as an inbuilt dApp browser that enables users to view NFT marketplaces. Other features for cryptocurrency holders include staking, swapping, as well as its utility token.

AlphaWallet

This is an open-source cryptocurrency wallet. Alas, it is only available on mobile devices and supports only Ethereum. However, It stands out due to its native support for blockchain games and NFTs.


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It has a simple user interface that makes it very easy for beginners to understand. AlphaWallet works directly with Open Sea and other NFT marketplaces and blockchain games. Like others, it has a built-in dApp browser to find more NFT marketplaces and direct access to DeFiapplications.

Trust Wallet

Trust Wallet is quite popular but is only available on mobile devices. It is owned by Binance and supports multiple blockchains, including Ethereum. Similar to other wallets, it features a dApp browser to find NFT marketplaces. Its built-in exchange feature allows users to easily swap currencies so they have the necessary token to exchange for the NFTs they want to buy.

Coinbase Wallet

Coinbase is very popular for its cryptocurrency exchange. But also offers a non-custodial wallet suitable for holding NFTs and other tokens. In 2021, it released a browser extension that makes it easier for users to use their wallets across devices to purchase NFTs and use other Apps. Moreover, it gives users full control over their crypto. Coinbase also offers a one-click cloud backup for your private keys, storing them on your cloud drive. This can help ensure that users don’t lose access to their NFTs or other funds held in the wallet.

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This article was first published on 11th June 2022

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I am an accomplished content creator and recently delved into technical writing. I enjoy using my skills to contribute to the exciting technological advances and create awareness of evolving technological trends in Nigeria.


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