You’ll need a compatible crypto wallet to start staking and self-storing your crypto assets.

Below are our 4 suggestions for self-custodial wallets to use and are 100% compatible with ๐Ÿ›น StakeBoard, our radical staking dashboard. Pick one that works on your platform of choice!

MetaMask (browser extension, mobile app)

MetaMask crypto wallet on iOS
MetaMask wallet on iOS

Metamask is a browser extension and mobile app that allows users to manage their Ethereum accounts and interact with the Ethereum blockchain. It functions as a digital wallet for Ethereum and other Ethereum-based tokens, allowing users to store, send, and receive these assets and interact with popular dapps in your web browser.

Metamask is available as a browser extension on Chrome, Safari, and Firefox as well as a mobile app on iOS and Android.

โœ… Self-custody

โœ… Web browser support (ideal for web3)

โœ… Our top recommendation for new users

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Trust Wallet (mobile app)

Trust crypto wallet on iOS
Trust Wallet on iOS

Trust Wallet is a mobile cryptocurrency wallet that allows users to store, send, and receive a variety of different cryptocurrencies, including Ethereum.

It is available on both Android and iOS devices.

โœ… Self-custody

โœ… Wide amount of supported crypto, including Bitcoin

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Argent (mobile app)

Argent crypto wallet on iOS
Argent wallet on iOS

Argent is a digital wallet that allows users to store, manage, and interact with Ethereum-based assets, including Ether (ETH) and other Ethereum-based tokens.

It is available on both Android and iOS devices.

โœ… Self-custody

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Omni (mobile app)

Omni crypto wallet on mobile
Omni wallet on mobile

Omni is a web3-focused crypto wallet supporting Ethereum. You can create a multi-currency crypto wallet with a few quick steps.

Omni originally began as Steakwallet, a staking-focused app but has since rebranded to Omni.

โœ… Self-custody

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We’ve run down four of our favorite non-custodial wallets that are great for beginners looking to get into self-custody and staking. Ranging from browser plugins to native mobile apps, we recommend trying out a few and familiarizing yourself with their features, UI, and functions before depositing crypto into your new wallet. And don’t forget to teach yourself some of the pitfalls and risks associated with self-custody so you can be a confident crypto holder and staker.

Nevertheless, all four of these wallets are compatible with StakeBoard, the most radical way to get into staking.

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