These are my notes on the latest cryptocurrency wallets:
Trezor Model T: Recommended Wallet For Bitcoin
The new Trezor Model T is now my recommended hardware wallet. It is a open source project.
I like the Trezor more than the popular Ledger hardware wallet. During my tests, I found the Ledger Nano cumbersome to use. Navigation on the device is difficult and the app installation process is somewhat confusing.
This new model of the Trezor supports many new currencies. Here are some that are supported: Bitcoin, Monero, Litecoin, Dash, Zcash, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Gold, Ethereum (+ all ERC20 tokens), Ethereum Classic, Expanse, UBIQ, NEM, and Bitcoin testnet.
The Trezor also now includes a color touchscreen which improves security and makes the device easier to use.
A full list new features can be see here. Works on Linux, MacOS and Windows.
Samourai: A Privacy-Focused Desktop Wallet For Android
Samourai Wallet: An open source wallet designed for privacy — Android only.
Wasabi: A Privacy-Focused Mobile Wallet
Wasabi Wallet is an open-source, non-custodial, privacy-focused Bitcoin wallet. It implements trustless coin shuffling with mathematically provable anonymity – Chaumian CoinJoin. Available on Linux, MacOS and Windows.
BRD Wallet: Open Source Mobile Wallet
BRD Wallet: This is an open-source wallet for iOS and Android. Uses local key-storage & simplified-payment verification (SPV). I will be testing this wallet soon.
Bisq Wallet: A Peer To Peer Currency Exchange
Bisq Wallet & Exchange: A decentralized crypto exchange and wallet. I will be testing this wallet soon.