Cardano Wallets

  • Light Wallet

    • Eternl

      A feature and information rich light wallet, that offers a mobile app, a web app and a browser extension.

      Eternl, Cardano Wallets.
    • Yoroi

      An open-source, light wallet from EMURGO. Offering wallets for both the Cardano and Ergo chains.

      Yoroi, Cardano Wallets.
    • NuFi

      A non-custodial, crypto wealth management platform for PoS blockchains and digital assets.

      NuFi, Cardano Wallets.
    • Guarda

      A multi-chain, non-custodial, light wallet offering support for sending, receiving, and staking ADA.

      Guarda, Cardano Wallets.
    • AdaLite

      A non-custodial, light wallet for Cardano, offering hardware wallet support.

      AdaLite, Cardano Wallets.
    • Medusa Adawallet

      A light wallet, available in both Russian and English, supporting the sending, storing, receiving, and staking of ADA.

      Medusa Adawallet, Cardano Wallets.
      Medusa Adawallet
    • Nami

      An open source, browser extension, light wallet.

      Nami, Cardano Wallets.
    • Flint

      A browser extension wallet available for mobile (Android and iOS). Delegate stake, interact with dApps, browser your NFTs, send funds to Milkomeda, and more!

      Flint, Cardano Wallets.
    • Exodus

      A multi-chain wallet supporting the sending, receiving and exchange of ADA.

      Exodus, Cardano Wallets.
    • Lace

      A light wallet from IOG.

      Lace, Cardano Wallets.
    • Bynet Wallet

      A non-custodial, open sourced, DeFi focused wallet for both Android and iOS, with plans to integrate a DEX and to operate across multiple chains.

      Bynet Wallet, Cardano Wallets.
      Bynet Wallet
    • CardWallet (C-Wallet)

      A non-custodial, mobile app wallet, offering interoperability across 3 blockchains.

      CardWallet (C-Wallet), Cardano Wallets.
      CardWallet (C-Wallet)
    • RayWallet

      A light-wallet created by Ray Network with access to their suite of DeFi (when launched) inside the web wallet interface itself.

      RayWallet, Cardano Wallets.
    • Atomic Wallet

      A non-custodial wallet platform supporting multiple crypto assets alongside ADA.

      Atomic Wallet, Cardano Wallets.
      Atomic Wallet
    • Gero Wallet

      A browser-based, light wallet that can interact with dApps that has plans to be a one-stop-shop for interacting with DeFi.

      Gero Wallet, Cardano Wallets.
      Gero Wallet
    • C64 Wallet

      Browser Extension Wallet. Community-driven Wallet.

      C64 Wallet, Cardano Wallets.
      C64 Wallet
    • GameChanger

      A gamified wallet featuring and open source code allowing developers to connect their dApps to the wallet.

      GameChanger, Cardano Wallets.
    • Adaly

      A non-custodial wallet that works with Ledger hardware wallets and is available as a smartphone app for Android and Microsoft devices.

      Adaly, Cardano Wallets.
    • Typhon Wallet

      A non-custodial, browser extension, and web-app light wallet designed from scratch by Strica, using their own, open-sourced wallet libraries.

      Typhon Wallet, Cardano Wallets.
      Typhon Wallet
    • LodeWallet

      A functional Cardano wallet.

      LodeWallet, Cardano Wallets.
    • Begin

      The fun, simple, & secure way to explore Web3, NFTs, & Cardano.

      Begin, Cardano Wallets.
  • Hardware Wallet

    • Ledger

      A thumb drive style hardware wallet for storing multiple cryptocurrencies, including ADA and Cardano tokens, in cold storage.

      Ledger, Cardano Wallets.
    • Tangem

      A credit card sized wallet for cold storage of crypto currencies. ADA and your Cardano tokens.

      Tangem, Cardano Wallets.
    • Ellipal Titan

      The Ellipal Titan is the only air-gapped, hardware wallet where you can store your ADA and Cardano tokens.

      Ellipal Titan, Cardano Wallets.
      Ellipal Titan
    • Trezor

      A hardware wallet for storing multiple cryptocurrencies, including your ADA and Cardano tokens, in cold storage.

      Trezor, Cardano Wallets.
    • CoolWallet

      A credit card sized hardware wallet, connected to through an encrypted bluetooth connection, offering native support for ADA and many other cryptocurrencies.

      CoolWallet, Cardano Wallets.
  • Wallet Address Solution

    • $handle

      An address routing service allowing users to own human readable addresses for their Cardano wallets; simplifying the sending and receiving of ADA.

      $handle, Cardano Wallets.
    • AdaDomains

      Human readable Cardano addresses that associate with the owner's wallet and a searchable web address displaying custom data. Simplifying the sending of assets.

      AdaDomains, Cardano Wallets.
  • Full Node Wallet

    • Daedalus Wallet

      The “official” wallet of Cardano, created by IOHK. Daedalus is an open-source, full node wallet available for Windows, macOS, and Linux.

      Daedalus Wallet, Cardano Wallets.
      Daedalus Wallet

If you’re searching for where to store Cardano, ada, you’ve come to the right page. The best cardano wallet is a hotly debated topic in the Cardano community, and there are many types of Cardano wallet, all listed here, available to users. The only Cardano desktop wallet available is Daedalus, a full node wallet that downloads the complete Cardano blockchain, ~100GB.

By far the most popular type of wallet is a Cardano light wallet and there are many of these for you to choose from. The second most popular type of wallet is a Cardano web wallet. Most Cardano wallets will show the Cardano price, and a few have even the integrated the ability for you to buy Cardano, ada, directly in the wallet!

Almost all the wallets listed above allow you participate in the Cardano staking protocol, Ouroboros, where you can help to secure the network and earn passive income in the form of staking rewards. Many of the wallets listed above will also allow you to search for which pool to stake your Cardano, ada, to right in the wallet itself.

Finally, there are multiple Cardano cold storage wallets for you to choose from. There are five hardware wallets that offer native support for where to store ada, and two of them, the Ledger and Trezor are supported by multiple light wallets allowing you to use your favorite interface to keep your coins secure in cold storage.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best Cardano wallet?

Best is a subjective term and the best Cardano wallet for you is the one with all the features you need for your ease of use, security, and confidence. Each wallet has it's own description with it's functionalities and are also tagged with many of these unique functionalities, such as hardware wallet integration for light wallets. Many will tell you that the best Cardano wallets are light wallets, that feature both hardware wallet connectivity along with mobile apps.

What is Cardano Staking?

Staking Cardano is when a user delegates their ADA to a stake pool on the Cardano network. Their ADA never leaves their wallet, and it is not locked up so it is still free to be used at anytime by the owner for whatever they want.

These stake pools produce the blocks for the Cardano blockchain and by delegating to a stake pool you earn passive rewards when the pool you delegate to produces a block. You also help increase the decentralization of the Cardano network.

Does Cardano have a mobile wallet?

There are multiple Cardano wallets available for both iOS and Android devices. Each wallet that has an App will have the appropriate "iOS App" and "Android App" tags. Alternatively you can go to our Android App and iOS App pages for specific information on projects that offer app for these operating systems.

How to Store Cardano?

To store ADA you simply send that ADA to the receiving address generated by your Cardano wallet. You can generate a new receiving address for every incoming transaction to your wallet, this allows you to preserve your privacy as each address only registers the transactions sent to it.

All receiving addresses generated are associated with your wallet and your wallet will reflect the balance of all used receiving addresses. You can reuse receiving addresses but this reduces the privacy because anyone can see what transactions have been received by that address.

Where to Stake Cardano?

Most wallets in the Cardano ecosystem allow you to stake ADA to a Cardano stake pool. Some have built in pool searching functionalities that allow you to search for a Cardano stake pool within the wallet extension or application. Others require you to use external explorers to find a stake pool to stake your ADA to.

How to buy Cardano/ADA?

Most wallets in the Cardano ecosystem allow you to stake ADA to a Cardano stake pool. Some have built in pool searching functionalities that allow you to search for a Cardano stake pool within the wallet extension or application. Others require you to use external explorers to find a stake pool to stake your ADA to.