Types of Wallet

Offline Wallet

Name: Paper Wallet Wallet Type: Offline Wallet Supported Platforms: All devices and web browsers Output: Wallet Address, Private Key, Public Key, Mnemonic Seeds The main purpose of a paper wallet is to quickly create a wallet to start receiving funds. You will not be able to spend or send your funds to other people until you set up a CLI, GUI or Web Wallet. To view a guide on how to make a paper wallet, you can go here.

Command Line Interface Wallets

Name: Simplewallet & walletd Wallet Type: SPV Wallet Supported Platforms: Windows, MacOS, Linux Output: Wallet Address, Private Key, Public Key, Mnemonic Seeds, Wallet File These wallets require users to enter commands in command line interface to work and you cannot use your mouse. However, it is currently the most stable and gets the newest updates first. If you would like to use CLI Wallet, you can check out this guide.

Cross Platform Wallet

Name: QWCX Wallet Type: SPV Wallet Supported Platforms: Windows, MacOS, Linux, Android, iOS, Web Output: Wallet Address, Private Key, Public Key, Mnemonic Seeds, Wallet File This wallet is a multi-platform program for Windows/Linux/Mac/Android/iOS/Web and currently under development. An update will be provided when it is released.

Graphical User Interface Wallets

Name: GUI wallet and Zero wallet Wallet Type: Full-Node Wallet or SPV Wallet Supported Platforms: Windows, MacOS, Linux Output: Wallet Address, Private Key, Public Key, Mnemonic Seeds, Wallet File They can run as either full-node wallets or SPV wallets upon selecting a connection option in software. If you would like to setup a GUI wallet, you can take a look at this guide.

Mobile Wallets (Android & iOS)

Name: Mobile Wallet Wallet Type: API Endpoint Wallet Supported Platforms: Android(Google Playstore), iOS(App Store) Output: Wallet Address, Private Key, Public Key, Mnemonic Seeds The current mobile wallet is simple and easy to use. If you would like to setup a Mobile wallet, you can take a look at this guide.

Web Wallet

Name: Web Wallet Wallet Type: API Endpoint Wallet Supported Platforms: All web browsers Output: Wallet Address, Private Key, Public Key, Mnemonic Seeds Using a web wallet is a quick and the easiest way to store, send and receive Qwertycoin without downloading any wallet. If you would like to setup a web wallet, you can follow this guide.
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