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Web

Summary

Web wallets are wallets hosted on a website, they may be custodial or act as an interface for users to generate and interact with their accounts.

Pros and Cons

Pros

  • Highly Available and Accessible.

Cons

  • Rely on each provider to provide good security and to respect your privacy.

Wallets

  • Metamask - Chrome extension Ether wallet with ERC tokens support
  • MyEtherWallet - Open-source tool for interacting with the blockchains easily & securely
  • MyCrypto - Open-source, client-side tool for generating ether wallets, handling ERC-20 tokens, and interacting with the blockchain more easily
  • Torus - OAuth Single-sign ons to Dapps with email (and other) account resolvers
  • Portis - Web-based wallet for easy user on-boarding to your DApp
  • Eth lightwallet - Lightweight JS Wallet for Node and the browser
  • SpankCard - An in-browser Ethereum wallet with support for payment channels
  • Mnemonic generator - generate word mnemonic and associated public/private key pairs. Select "Ethereum" as coin to generate Ethereum addresses. Useful for truffle-hd-wallet.
  • Fetch - Web-based (and desktop) wallet supporting Ethereum and ERC-20 tokens. Integrated with 20 exchanges for real time trading rates and one-click trading.
  • Zerion - Web-based wallet interface with native DeFi integrations for trading, borrowing and investing. Features historical portfolio, Metamask, WalletConnect and Uniswap integrations.
  • Tokenary - macOS Safari extension that enables interaction with DApps.

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