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July 21, 2017, 09:20:37 PM
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Hi All,

Every day it seems there is a new coin out, and while I know no one is keeping up with every new coin, I was wondering which wallet has the widest range of support. It seems inconvenient to have to have basically one wallet per currency.

I think Jaxx supports about 10-15 currencies, and I know Exodus supports 6 or 8. Are there any that support more coins (either online or downloadable)?

(I know Poloniex supports a huge range of currencies, but I wouldn't consider them a "wallet" because its clearly not their standalone service.)

Thank you in advance!

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July 21, 2017, 09:29:56 PM
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No doubt Yobit as far as I know. So much widest coins support that most of them are shitcoins are already dead. Im not recommending it, I just stated it.

If there is always a new coin out then you have no choice but to use trading platfroms even they are not acting as a wallet. No way new coins will be just implemented if there is a standalone wallet that can support multi currencies.

Bit.Ac is a web multi currency although I don't if there service is still trustable. Let's wait for other feedback.

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July 22, 2017, 08:50:10 AM
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No doubt Yobit as far as I know. So much widest coins support that most of them are shitcoins are already dead. Im not recommending it, I just stated it.

If there is always a new coin out then you have no choice but to use trading platfroms even they are not acting as a wallet. No way new coins will be just implemented if there is a standalone wallet that can support multi currencies.

Bit.Ac is a web multi currency although I don't if there service is still trustable. Let's wait for other feedback.
Obviously yobit is not a wallet and its really a stupid idea to make this exchanges or some exchange as a wallet. And to OP, exodus add some new coin to their wallet this from their new update. And I guess coinomi  and jaxx is just the same, just dunno how many kind of coins coinom have and they have desktop wallet this time.

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July 22, 2017, 09:24:37 AM
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Hi All,

Every day it seems there is a new coin out, and while I know no one is keeping up with every new coin, I was wondering which wallet has the widest range of support. It seems inconvenient to have to have basically one wallet per currency.

I think Jaxx supports about 10-15 currencies, and I know Exodus supports 6 or 8. Are there any that support more coins (either online or downloadable)?

(I know Poloniex supports a huge range of currencies, but I wouldn't consider them a "wallet" because its clearly not their standalone service.)

Thank you in advance!


as far as i know jaxx is a good wallet to safe our coin, but if you want to search other wallet, i think you can use coinomi and coinpayment. this wallet is support for android phone too so you can directly send the coin into your wallet. if i am not wrong remember, coinomi and coinpayment support up to 15 coins.

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July 22, 2017, 09:55:02 AM
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hlw.... I'm not getting my payment... what to do?
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July 22, 2017, 10:16:43 AM
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hlw.... I'm not getting my payment... what to do?

You're a little off-topic here but where's that payment will come from, do you get in touch the support from that service or whatsoever, you have to wait their reply rather.

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July 25, 2017, 11:17:04 PM
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No doubt Yobit as far as I know. So much widest coins support that most of them are shitcoins are already dead. Im not recommending it, I just stated it.

If there is always a new coin out then you have no choice but to use trading platfroms even they are not acting as a wallet. No way new coins will be just implemented if there is a standalone wallet that can support multi currencies.

Bit.Ac is a web multi currency although I don't if there service is still trustable. Let's wait for other feedback.
Obviously yobit is not a wallet and its really a stupid idea to make this exchanges or some exchange as a wallet. And to OP, exodus add some new coin to their wallet this from their new update. And I guess coinomi  and jaxx is just the same, just dunno how many kind of coins coinom have and they have desktop wallet this time.
I think yobit is exchange site and i think not a good idea to save altcoins there if you really want to save your coins safely the best that i think you can use is to install 1 by 1 in your pc and save.. your altcoin..
There is no safe wallet as of now and i am always heard about the jaxx issue so if you really want to hold more than  10 altcoin in the same time for safety install wallet separated in your own pc..
Well since yobit is alive for a long time i think you can use their service but saving your altcoin for a long time is not a good idea.

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