A range of Dash mobile wallets are available, each with different features and security. These wallets run from mobile devices, such as your phone or tablet.
A range of Dash desktop wallets are available, each with different features and security.
Latest core version: 2023-08-01 v19.3.0 (Product Brief)
Hardware wallets are security devices designed to keep cryptographic keys safe from hackers and thieves. Hardware wallets use random number generators, encrypted key storage, PIN numbers and passwords to offer the highest level of security for your digital currencies.
Paper wallets are a form of cold wallet and essentially a bearer instrument.
Web wallets provide a secure web interface to the Dash blockchain while leaving you with full control of your private keys.
Text wallets (or SMS wallets) allow users without smartphones or internet access to transact in Dash using text messages on simple feature phones.
Control: This wallet provides full control of your Dash, but you have to trust that your download doesn’t contain malicious code.
Validation: You need to trust the vendor’s server to know if payments were sent or received.
Access: Your access to the Dash P2P network is via proxy using only the vendor’s servers.
Source Code: Proprietary
Control: This wallet provides full control of your Dash, and you can verify the source code and binaries yourself.
Validation: Simple Payment Verification, meaning you can validate if payments were sent or received with minimal trust.
Access: Provides direct access to the P2P network. This is the most censorship free and decentralized access.
Source Code: View
Please secure your wallets with strong passwords and keep multiple backups of any wallet files. Keep written copies of any seed phrases generated by your wallet.