If you have not used a crypto wallet before, we recommend you to know a few things first. Crypto wallet is a digital wallet used to send, receive and store cryptocurrencies like DigiByte. Some wallets are built for a single currency and some can be used for more than a coin. Also some wallets you can manage yourself and some can be custodial like found on exchanges. There are a range of wallet types to choose like desktop, mobile, hardware, web and paper.
Blockchain transactions are peer to peer and irreversible so there is no company to control your operations. That means if you send or receive coins using an incorrect address then nobody can help you. Most of the wallets give you a recovery phrase includes some words. If you lose access to your wallet, this phrase is the only way to recover your funds. Also anyone can reach your coins by using this phrase, that's why you must keep it safe by storing on a paper.
Printable recovery sheets: Simple & Advanced
Community wallets & apps
Projects developed by the DigiByte community.
Bech32: New dgb1 prefixed address standard with SegWit support.
SegWit: A protocol can reduce fees by optimizing transactions.
DGB Core Wallet
DGB Core is a full DigiByte client and builds the backbone of the network. It provides high level of stability also it has SegWit and Dandelion support. However, it takes a lot of disk space.
DigiByte is a rapidly growing global blockchain created in 2014 with a focus on cybersecurity, payments and dapps. Over 5 years, DigiByte has become the world's fastest, longest and most decentralized UTXO blockchain today.
DigiByte has never been funded through an ICO or significant amount of premined coins. There is no founder reward or a company controlling the DigiByte. It is a completely volunteer based and community driven blockchain.
DigiByte has 15 sec blocks, negligible fees, up to 1066 Tps SegWit weighted on chain scaling, Dandelion++ privacy protocol, thousands of nodes world wide and 5 synergistic mining algorithms with real time difficulty adjustment.
DigiByteWallets.com is created by volunteers. All the wallets introduced here are hosted by their own servers or application stores. There is no specific wallet in particular that we recommend you to use. Please always do your own research. We have no responsibility for possible issues you may have about any wallet. In such a case you should contact the related wallet's support.