There are a number of secure wallet solutions for storing and transferring UBQ, as well as all ERC20 tokens on the Ubiq platform.



Desktop Wallet

Fusion is the dedicated desktop wallet for Ubiq that features all of the functionality needed to write and deploy smart contracts and tokens. It also acts as a full node to help support the network.

Available for Windows, OSX, and Linux.

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Browser Wallet

Pyrus is a client-side browser based web wallet that allows the creation of paper wallets and facilitates the generation of offline transactions, ensuring private keys stay completely secure. It is compatible with the Ledger and TREZOR hardware devices, and can be used to store/send all ERC-20 standard tokens.

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Browser Wallet

MyEtherWallet is the client-side browser based Ethereum wallet that Pyrus was inspired by. MEW can be used to interact with the Ubiq network by selecting UBQ from the drop-down menu on the top right side of the page. MEW can be used to store and send all Ubiq network tokens.

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Mobile Wallet

DexWallet is a secure mobile wallet provider that supports storage and transfer of all major Ubiq tokens, so you can manage and monitor your balances while you’re on the go.

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Web Wallet

Guarda Wallet is a trusted web wallet service with a chrome extension. After a strong show of support from the Ubiq community, Guarda added support for UBQ tokens in February 2019.


Ledger nano s

Hardware Wallet

The Ledger Nano S is a highly secure hardware wallet solution that is compatible with Pyrus and MEW. Private keys remain encrypted on a USB device with robust security features, making it one of the safest ways to store your funds.

Read about Ledger support for Ubiq here.



Hardware Wallet

TREZOR is another hardware wallet device compatible with Ubiq tokens. Like the Ledger, it can interface with Pyrus and MEW to securely manage balances and transfers, as well as interactions with smart contracts such as airdrops and UIP voting.

A guide to using a TREZOR with Ubiq can be found here.