Just as there are many banks and credit cards, there are many different crypto wallet providers to choose from. They all serve the same purpose, but each one takes a different approach and makes different tradeoffs.

This guide introduces many of the crypto wallets that are supported on OpenSea. At this time, OpenSea doesn’t support the use of multi-signature wallets (wallets that require two or more private keys to sign and send a transaction).

Watch this tutorial to learn how to install a crypto wallet to connect with OpenSea. 

What crypto wallets can I use with OpenSea?

If you’re wondering which crypto wallet to use – the best way is to try out one of the many options available! They all have different features, but many users choose MetaMask for desktop use and Coinbase Wallet for mobile use.

Check out this MetaMask Introduction Video to get a sense of the installation process. It only takes a few minutes to install.

You can find the full list of wallets supported by OpenSea below.

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Authereum – A usability-focused wallet with no transaction fees and a fiat on-ramp.

Bitkeep – A browser extension and mobile app. Bitkeep is a decentralized multi-chain crypto wallet that currently supports over 75 mainnets.

Bitski – A simple-to-use wallet allowing users to sign up with an email and password.

Coinbase Wallet – The Coinbase Wallet app allows users to explore the decentralized web with a dApp browser. You do not need a Coinbase account to use the Coinbase Wallet app.

Core – A browser extension for the Avalanche ecosystem.

Dapper – A browser extension that pays gas fees for you.

Fortmatic/Magic – A user-friendly wallet that allows you to sign up with your phone number from any device.

Glow – Glow is a fast, easy-to-use wallet for Solana.

Kaikas – A browser extension that interacts with the Klaytn network from websites. You can download Kaikas for Chrome here.

MetaMask – A browser extension and mobile app. MetaMask is web3’s most popular wallet and one of the oldest players in the industry.

Opera Touch – Opera Crypto Wallet works with your Opera computer browser and your Opera Touch for iOS browser (or Opera for Android) on your mobile device.

Phantom – Phantom is a popular non-custodial crypto wallet designed for Solana that lets you do more than just deposit and send cryptocurrency.

Portis – Connect to dApps with an email address and password, from almost any web browser, on any device – including mobile phones.

Torus – A low friction wallet that allows you to log in with Facebook, Google, and other OAuth providers.

Trust Wallet – A non-custodial mobile wallet that stores your private key locally with an additional layer of security.

Venly – Formerly known as Arkane, all a user needs is a PC and web browser to take advantage of this wallet.

WalletConnect – WalletConnect is a protocol supported by many different dApps and wallets.