Guarda is a non-custodial crypto wallet that allows seamless interaction with the blockchain via a VET wallet. With Guarda Wallet, users have full access to their private keys, backup files, and funds. In addition, the Guarda VeChain wallet enables users to buy, sell, store, send, and manage VET. Users can access the VET wallet via desktop (Windows, macOS, Linux, Ubuntu) and web browsers.
The hot wallet prioritizes security by using txt backup files and multi-sigs. In addition, Guarda features an in-app staking platform for 15 out of 400k+ assets available on the platform and a built-in exchange to convert crypto pairs. It also has a token generator to create Ethereum’s ERC20 and Hedera’s HBAR tokens.
Guarda creates an ecosystem to order prepaid Visa cards via the mobile app, which you can preload with cryptocurrencies.
VeChain is stored in special wallets that consist of private and
public keys (see above). There’s a huge number of cryptocurrency wallets with
different features and it’s hard to recommend one that would cover all your needs.
Let’s see the major differences between various wallets.
They represent the so-called cold wallets, meaning they operate offline - unless a payment needs to be made. Hardware wallets store your private keys on a storage medium, and usually connect to a computer via USB to make a payment transaction, after entering a pin. Easy to use with a high level of security. The best VeChain hardware wallets are Trezor One, Ledger Nano S.
You can download and install these on your computer. They will only work and be accessible on this single computer. They are among the most secure wallets, unless your computer gets hacked or attacked by a virus. The best desktop VeChain wallets are Ledger Nano S, MyEtherWallet, MetaMask.
These don’t offer as much functionality compared to desktop wallets, however their convenience lies in the fact that you always have the wallet with you and can use it anywhere, e.g. to pay at a retail store. The best mobile VeChain wallets are MyEtherWallet, Eidoo.
Although it sounds strange or even funny to talk about paper wallets in connection
with a digital currency, they exist - in the form of printed-out private and public
keys. Because of their physical (and offline) nature, they provide a very high level
of online security.
Which VeChain Wallet Should I Use?
There’s no single answer. It is best to realize what is the desired purpose of the
wallet. If you want to use it to regularly pay and receive small amounts
of VeChain, then mobile or online wallet makes sense due to their
ease of use. If however, you want to use the wallet to hold a
small VeChain fortune then security should be your priority. The
range of devices you use the most often will also help determine what wallets are
best for you, as there is at least one for each type of device.
It is best to approach VeChain wallets as you would your regular money
- cash and credit card is used for small payments (hot wallets-mobile), while your
savings sit securely in a saving account (cold wallet-hardware), or spread out in
several investments. Choosing a wallet which makes the private key with which you
dispose of your cryptocurrency visible only to you is most important. Our top picks
for VeChain would be Trezor One and Ledger Nano S for a
secure storage of your private keys.
How do I get a VeChain address?
Getting a VeChain adress is easier than it looks. For this you will
need to set up a VeChain wallet of your choice. Check out our wallets
section for advice on which type of wallet will suit you best. Once you've set up a
wallet, for receiving or sending coins your wallet client will each time generate a
unique VeChain adress.