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Wallets used

By January 1, 2018 11 Comments

With so many people asking where I was going to store 100 cryptocurrencies, I decided to make a post about it.

Let’s start with a good news, I could store 62 of them in a Ledger wallet, Isn’t that amazing? If you don’t own one you can get it from here Ledger Wallet you need to get a Ledger Nano S or a Ledger Blue. I suggest you get 2, so in case one is lost, stolen or broke you have a bake up ready. I got 4 right now 🙂

I also noticed something interesting, from the 100 cryptocurrencies 42 are Tokens under the Ethereum Network, Which means you will have to store them on a Etherum Address.

For the other wallets, I could use some Local Wallets, some online one and some paper wallets.
(I take no responsibility for the wallets you’ll use and the links shared, you’re free to do your own research)

Seeing that the fee are really high to withdrawal some cryptocurrencies I’ll keep it in the exchange for now

Feel free to suggest any alternative wallets

Name Currency Code Wallet Type
0x ZRX Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Aeternity AE Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Aragon ANT Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Ardor ARDR https://www.ardorplatform.org/download-ardor-testnet Wallet
Ark ARK Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Augur REP Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Bancor BNT Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Basic Attention BAT Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Binance Coin BNB Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
BitBay BAY https://bitbay.market/downloads Wallet
Bitcoin BTC Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Wallet
Bitcoin Cash BCH Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Wallet
Bitcoin Gold BTG Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Wallet
BitcoinDark BTCD https://walletgenerator.net/?currency=BitcoinDark Paper Wallet
Bitconnect BCC https://bitconnectcoin.co/download Wallet
Bitshare BTS https://bitshares.org/download/ Wallet
Blocknet BLOCK Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Byteball Bytes GBYTE https://byteball.org Wallet
Bytecoin BCN https://bytecoin.org/downloads Wallet
Bytom BTM Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Cardano ADA https://daedaluswallet.io Wallet
ChainLink LINK Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Civic CVC Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Counterparty XCP http://counterwallet.io Wallet
Cryptonex CNX Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Dash DASH Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Wallet
Decentraland MANA Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Decred DCR https://www.decred.org/downloads/ Wallet
DigiByte DGB Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Wallet
DigixDAO DGD Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Dogecoin DOGE Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Wallet
Edgeless EDG Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Einsteinum EMC2 https://www.emc2.foundation/wallets/ Wallet
EOS EOS Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Ethereum ETH Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Wallet
Ethereum Classic ETC Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Wallet
Exchange Union XUC Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Factom FCT https://docs.factom.com/#create-an-entry-credit-address Paper Wallet
Funfair FUN Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
GameCredits GAME https://wallet.gamecredits.com/auth/register Wallet
Gas GAS Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Neo Wallet
Gnosis GNO Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Golem GNT Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Groesltcoin GRS https://www.groestlcoin.org/downloads/ Wallet
GXShares GXS https://gxs.gxb.io/en/ Wallet
Hshare HSR https://h.cash Wallet
Iconomi ICN Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
IOTA IOT https://github.com/iotaledger/wallet/releases Wallet
Komodo KMD Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Wallet
Kyber Network KNC Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Lisk LSK https://lisk.io/download Wallet
Litecoin LTC Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Wallet
Loopring LRC Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
MaidsafeCoin MAID
Metal MTL Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Metaverse ETP https://mvs.org/#download
Monaco MCO Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Monacoin MONA https://monacoin.org Wallet
Monero XMR https://getmonero.org/downloads/ Wallet
Nav Coin NAV https://paper.navcoin.org Paper Wallet
NEM XEM https://nem.io/downloads/ Wallet
NEO NEO Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Wallet
Nexus NXS http://www.nexusearth.com
Nxt NXT https://nxtplatform.org/download/
Omnisego OMG Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
ParticL PART https://github.com/particl/partgui/releases/tag/v1.0.0
Peercoin PPC https://peercoin.net/download
PIVX PIVX Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Wallet
Populous PPT Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
PotCoin POT https://www.potcoin.com/getting-started
Power Ledger POWR Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Pura PURA https://pura.one/get-started/
Qtum QTUM Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Wallet
Quantumstamp QSP Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Raiden Network RDN Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Request Network REQ Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Revain R Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Ripple XRP Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Wallet
SALT SALT Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Siacoin SC https://siapaperwallet.co Paper Wallet
SingularDTV SNGLS
Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue
Ethereum Token
Skycoin SKY https://www.skycoin.net/downloads/
Status SNT Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Steem STEEM
Stellar Lumens XLM Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Wallet
Storj STORJ Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Stratis STRAT Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Wallet
Substratum SUB Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Syscoin SYS https://walletgenerator.net/?currency=Syscoin Paper Wallet
TenX PAY Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
TRON TRX Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
VeChain VEN Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Verge XVG https://vergecurrency.com Paper Wallet
Veritaseum VERI Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Vertcoin VTC Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Wallet
Viacoin VIA Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Wallet
Walton WTC Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Ethereum Token
Waves WAVES https://wavesplatform.com Wallet
Zcash ZEC Ledger Nano S – Ledger Blue Wallet
Zcoin XZC http://zcoin.io/get-zcoin/ Wallet
How I started the experiment  :
  • Got $ 1000 USD in Bitcoin from Coinbase (It’s probably the fastest way to get some, they accept debit cards and it’s almost used worldwide)
  • Used part of the Bitcoins to buy the other cryptocurrencies/altcoins
  • I used Binance , Kucoin and Hitbtc to buy most of the cryptocurrencies
  • All the others on Mercatox , Cryptopia
  • Another part on Bittrex
  • Added all the trades on  Cointracking.info
Ledger Nano S - The secure hardware wallet

Join the discussion 11 Comments

  • Hans says:

    How exactly do you store the tokens on your ledger? Afaik it can only hold like 3-5 wallets and that’s it.

  • Miko says:

    Hey brother!

    I follow your blog since beginning. I was so inspired by your work, however today I am starting to feel weird about this project. So when you want to transfer out of Binance or other exchanges, they charge HUGE money. Like Binance withdraw fee is 7$ each coin! So you bought coin for 10$, transfer to offline wallet and you have 3$ now. How come you solved that problem out?

    • Admin says:

      Hi Miko, the fees are a big issue! I kept some of the cryptos on the exchanges for now because it won’t be worth to pull it out. I mean it’s okay because it’s only $10 but if they could lover the fees would be way better.

  • ketsa says:

    “Seeing that the fee are really high to withdrawal some cryptocurrencies ”

    Could you provide us with more details ?

    Thanks for the experiment.

    • Admin says:

      On average, to withdrawal a coin/token would cost at least $3-4. So when you buy only $10 of it, it’s not really worth it.

  • AM says:

    When ready to withdraw, you could consolidate your coins by selling them back into BTC, and then withdrawing one amount, so you’d only be charged for one withdrawal?

  • Mehr says:

    Thanks for the excellent blog and super cool experiment! 🙂 Question for you and sorry if you’ve written about this, but are you not too concerned about the exchanges possibly being hacked? It sucks that the w/d fees are high which makes it better to keep on the exchange money-wise but it’s a security risk. Thanks!

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