Quick overview


Windows, Linux, Android, Mac, iOS



Private keys

in your control

Exodus supported coins

Cryptocurrency wallets, like Exodus help you store your coins so they’re not exposed on the exchange. Many support all kinds of different coins or are specifically just for one. Keep in mind your safety when choosing the right one.

Key stats


Customer Reputation

4.8 stars

User-interface (how friendly)

4.5 stars

Security and Anonymity

4.5 stars


3 stars (high)

Customer support

4.8 stars


You will not pay a dime to use the Exodus wallet; it is free. Also, you don’t pay extra fees for incoming and outgoing transactions. However, you are expected to cover the network fees for the digital asset you are moving.  That said, Exodus does make a commission from the ShapeShift Exchange service – they part with 2%-4% of the transaction’s spread. Besides that, there are no additional fees.

Coins supported

Being a multi-cryptocurrency wallet, Exodus supports a variety of altcoins; around 100 at the time of writing this.  Here are several of the coins:

  • Bitcoin.
  • Dash.
  • Augur.
  • Basic Attention Token (BAT).
  • OmiseGo.
  • Golem.
  • Gnosis.
  • iExec RLC.
  • Numeraire.
  • SALT.
  • Storj.
  • FunFair.
  • Firstblood (1st)
  • EOS (EOS).
  • District (DNT).
  • Bitcoin Cash.
  • Matchpool.
  • iExcel RLC.

Pros & Cons



Lovely, simple UI.

It is a hot storage (software).

Gives you full control of funds.

No option to customize fees.

Link hardware wallets like Trezor.

No 2-factor authentication.

Excellent customer reputation.

No multi-signature addresses.

Friendly and responsive Support.

It is not fully open-source.

Swap digital currencies directly.

It is not a HD wallet.

It is free to use.

It does not accept fiat money.

It supports over 100 coins.

Limited security features.


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