Here are the different types of wallet:
- The smartphone wallet:
Available on the Google Play download platforms for android or the App Store for iOS. They allow you to manage your daily transactions, for example DIGYWALLET
- Wallets online:
These are wallets made available to you via a website, for example DIGYWALLET.com
- Physical wallets:
These are "hardware wallets" on a physical medium specially designed for the secure storage of your crypto-actives, for example: Ledger Nano S, Ledger Blue ....
- Paper wallets:
It is simply a sheet of paper where the public and private keys are printed. The user can access its corners without constraints. The only danger is the possible deterioration of the support due to external elements (fire, rain, tear...) or the hypothetical loss of the paper.
To avoid losing this unique access to your crypto-asset, users are advised to make copies and to keep them in a secure place, preferably away from malicious glances (safe). This wallet can continue to be credited, just send corners to its public address.
The public key allows you to receive crypto-asset by communicating it to anyone who wants to make a transfer to you.
The private key allows you to access your crypto-asset. Without them, it will result in a total loss of your funds! Never communicate it to anyone and above all save it in a safe place.