My uncomplete crypto guide ! [2024 GUIDE]

THIS IS A WORK IN PROGRESS GUIDE ! AND THIS IS NOT FINANCIAL ADVICE !

There is no "right way" to use cryptocurrencies. This is just my advice to use them as currencies, buying no-KYC, storing securely in hardware wallet, using mobile wallet for spending, etc... I HATE cryptocurrency current state ! From useless tokens to scams, the market is overpolluted and the media doesn't help giving crypto a bad image of the space. But crypto aren't all scams and this was not meant to be easy investment to become multi-millionaire. https://alternativeto.net/software/bitcoin/ is known to be the first cryptocurrency but that is not entierly true. Many attempt over the pasts decade lead to https://alternativeto.net/software/bitcoin/ 's creation. It was just the first one that was working, that was decentralised and fully Peer to Peer. That you like it or not https://alternativeto.net/software/bitcoin/ is here to stay and nobody would be able to shut it down. It allow people to store and spend money without any shape of authority to restrict them.

After the FTX implosion many people are starting to be aware of the current cryptocurrency problem. We evade the banking system to reproduce it with digital assets instead of fiat... In this list you will discover, wallets, tools and services to store and use cryptocurrencies correctly. THIS IS NOT FINANCIAL ADVICE, ONLY INVEST WHAT YOU CAN AFFORD TO LOOSE !

You will also learn to buy crypto while avoiding KYC (Know You Customer) policies so your transactions aren't tied to your identity !

IT'S IMPORTANT TO DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH BEFORE INVESTING IN ANY PROJECT ! I DO NOT KNOW EVERYTHING AND THIS GUIDE HAVE ERRORS FOR SURE !

Darlene Sonalder
Darlene SonalderList by Darlene Sonalder, last updated 2024-05-14
  1. Which cryptocurrencies are "safe" ?

    Every cryptocurrencies is subject to volatily. There is stablecoins but we have seen with TerraLuna that they can be heavily depegged. I won't suggest you any new coin or token here as I will provide you information to use and not invest in crypto. So you probably won't discover tons of new projects. Here are the cryptocurrencies this guide will be focused on !

  2. Bitcoin icon

    BTC

    Bitcoin is still the crypto king. It's the more used, the more trusted, the more accepted by merchants, the more mined and so the more secure crypto on the market. Made publicly available in 2010 a bit more than a year after the release of the bitcoin whitepaper by Satoshi Nakamoto this make it the oldest cryptocurrency that is still used. Yes pseudo-cryptocurrencies existed before Bitcoin but none worked, Bitcoin does. With this advantage it occupy a really special place, nobody owns Bitcoin, there is no central entity behind it and despite having no marketing its logo is one of the more popular on planet Earth. Some even says it's the first element made only out of informations, this would put Bitcoin as Element Zero on the periodic table. Pretty intense huh ? That's because thanks to the Satoshi Consensus Bitcoin revolutionize digital information by making it rare and not duplicable !

    It has by far the biggest marketcap and number of users called bitcoiners. If you don't are interested into crypto, at least learn Bitcoin ata starting point. Everything else are scams (almost true sadly). Never invest money in things you don't understand !

    That's why I will recommand you to have at least a few sats (Satoshi are like Bitcoin's cents, 1BTC = 100'000'000 sats) in your wallet. There will be only 21 Millions BTC in the world so you might want to stack a few. While Bitcoin was created to be digital P2P uncensorable cash, I think it's becomming something more like digital gold.

    Bitcoin is decentralized and nobody can control it, however company like MasterCard and AXA are heavily investing in company that are tied to bitcoin developpement like BlockStream.

    BE AWARE THAT EVERY TRANSACTIONS ARE PUBLIC ON THE BITCOIN BLOCKCHAIN AND SO IS THE AMOUNT IN YOUR WALLET, ! You can use tool such as Tor, CoinJoin, etc... to mitigate thoses issues but anonymity on Bitcoin today is way more harder than in the early days. The easiest way is to avoid KYC.

    Learn more on : Bitcoin official website MULTILANGUAGE Plan B Network (Awesome free courses) Bitcoin QnA Mastering Bitcoin Mastering Lightning Network

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  3. Monero icon

    XMR

    Monero is quite old as it released on 2013, created by the anonymous Thankful_For_Today. It tried to solve a major issue in Bitcoin , the lack of anonymity on base layer. It achieve this by implementing some technologies discussed by Satoshi Nakamoto back in 2010 but that went never implemented in Bitcoin . Ring Signature, RingCT and Stealth Adress are the big ones. It allow you to have subaddresses (starts with an 8) that send your received funds directly in your wallet primary address (starts with a 4).

    Unlike Bitcoin and most cryptocurrencies you cannot see the balance by knowing a wallet public key (address) and cannot see the sender, recever and the ammount of any transactions by exploring the blockchain. This have made Monero dethroning Bitcoin on DarkNet Market and other Free Market. It's also the more used "privacy coin".

    Monero also implement RandomX, a mining protocol that prevent the use of specific hardware called ASICs to be made and then prevent mining centralization. Therefor you can mine XMR on any CPU (including smartphones which are not profitable LOL). It has a Tail Emission which means that since summer 2022, all blocks mined will genereate 0.6 XMR forever, so there will always be an economic insentive for miners and compensate lost coins over the year. Unlike Bitcoin miners who will have to sustain only on network fees ones that the last Bitcoin will be mined in year ~2142. So Monero technically have an infinite supply but in reality it's not like the others. There will be the same ammount of XMR than BTC around the year 2040. So it's currently rarer.

    Learn more on : Monero official website MULTILANGUAGE Moneroj.net Mastering Monero Book

    Other privacy coins are (DYOR but Monero looks to be superior to any of these) : Zcash DASH Firo ARR DERO

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  4. Ethereum icon

    ETH

    Ethereum is an old cryptocurrencie project that was a "game changer" when it released as it allow you to make more complex smart-contract than Bitcoin . It's super tied to (if not completely owned by) the Economic World Forum and quite centralized. I don't really recommend it (I don't use it) but it's the second largest cryptocurrency on the market and the more popular for tokens, NFTs, DApps and smart contracts. If you are into "Decentralized" Finance (DeFi) Ethereum is the actual king.

    THIS IS ALSO COMPLETLY PUBLIC, SO BE AWARE !!!

    There is several projects that claims to be the best ETH Killer such as Cardano , Tron (TRX) , AVALANCHE (who got a contract with Amazon), COSMOS, ALGO, etc... but I do not have any interest in those for now so DYOR if you are interested in. As Ethereum has been the "web3" blockchain of choice for the majority of developpers people are building and using second layer as cheaper alternative to the main chain often at the cost of even greater centralization. See Optimisim, Polygon, etc...

    Ethereum official website

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  5. Alephium icon

    To be honest this feels like Ethereum but for Bitcoiners. UTXO based PoW (actually Proof of Less Work) But with smart contract and for scalability uses a unique sharding implementation.

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  6. Dogecoin icon

    DOGE and the memecoins

    Dogecoin is what we call a MemeCoin. I'm not sure if it was the first of its kind but it's the most popular one. It's not really a type of crypto that I want to put my money in as it's just a joke (at least it was in the beggining) but they do exists and are popular. DogeCoin has been kinda co-opted by Elon Musk.

    If you want meme coins I suggest you to look into Dogecoin and Wownero $WOW and avoid other like SHIBA INU $SHIB (which is not a crypto but an $ETH shitty token scam) as this is a space full of scams and useless projects that needs ressources such as power and money to be maintained.

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  7. First you need a wallet

    NOT YOUR KEYS NOT YOUR COINS

    If you buy and stock https://alternativeto.net/software/bitcoin/ on https://alternativeto.net/software/binance/ , https://alternativeto.net/software/coinbase/about/ or any Centralised Exchange Plateform (called CEX for short) you do not own any https://alternativeto.net/software/bitcoin/ . Cypherpunks have tried to free us from the banking system so why would you want to replicate it in the cryptocurrency ecosystem ? A wallet allow you to own your private key (a cryptographic key that allow you to spend your funds), if you loose (or share) your private key (or mnemonic seeds which is the private key but made out of words so it's easier for human to write it) you lost your funds.

    It's important to store your key safely ! And using a non-custodian wallet is the only way to own your keys and spend/receive

    There is several types of wallet :

    • Mobile wallets that are software that runs on smartphone (this should be enough secure for most people)
    • Software wallets that are software (duh!) that runs on computers (I would recommend this to more advanced people as smartphone's OS architecture is more secure than computer's OS)
    • Hardware wallets that are little piece of hardware that store your private key offline and locked behind a PIN (and/or fingerprint). This is recommended for large ammount of crypto. You can also make a hardware wallet with an old phone, this will be okay for most people.

    The difference between COLD and HOT wallet.

    Hot wallet are like your real wallet, it's used for spending and receiving small ammount. Only carry in your hot wallet the ammount you are ready to loose if you get hacked or seized ! This is for regular usage so it's usually on your smartphone ready for spending.

    Cold wallet are like your own little bank, it's meant to be offline and accessed only a few times per year to send some crypto to your Hot wallet. You can setup View-only wallet so you can see if someone sent you crypto on your cold storage without the permission to spend it. Cold wallet are often in the shape of hardware wallet or paper wallet as these option are offline.

  8. BTC only hot wallets !

    Maybe you just want some sats (btc's cents) and there are good wallet that allow you to only store and use https://alternativeto.net/software/bitcoin/ here is my pick.

  9. Phoenix Wallet icon

    Phoenix is one of the oldest Bitcoin mobile wallet has it has been created a decade ago. It supports On-Chain and the Lightning Network (LN) which makes faster (almost instant), cheaper, less power hungry and more private transactions on Bitcoin . It's called a second layer and is really popular in the bitcoin ecosystem.

    From my research this is the best easy LN wallet if you want to be in the ethos of Bitcoin.

    It only support 12 words seeds (128 bits) so might not work for you but it's a cool open source wallet for both iOS and Android

    Consider looking into : ZeusLN if you run your own node.

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  10. Relai icon

    EU ONLY ! What I love about Relai is that it allows me to easily and rapidly buy or sell Bitcoin with fiat (bank transfer or credit card) and still owning my keys. You can setup a monthly automated investment such as 20$ per month (or week) to recieve them in your Relai which is a non-custodial wallet ! You can either let them in Relai (Relai have self-custody LN support in their wallet now) or send them to Samourai so you can anonymize them using the Whirlpool, or just any other wallet. IT'S NOT OPEN SOURCE !

    Peach Bitcoin also have a built-in wallet now and is OPEN SOURCE, will talk more about it later in the Buying/Selling coins on the P2P market.

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  11. Green: Bitcoin Wallet icon

    An open source wallet compatible with many devices.

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  12. Alby icon

    The most popular browser plugin that use the Lightning Network can be interracted using a mobile LN wallet such as ZeusLN

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  13. For more advanced/technical users

  14. Fully Noded icon

    iOS wallet for Bitcoiners that runs their nodes.

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  15. ZeusLN icon

    Crossplatform mobile LN wallet for Bitcoiners that runs their LN nodes.

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  16. Sparrow Bitcoin Wallet icon

    Best computer wallet for your bitcoins with great integration for most harware wallet and privacy features !

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  17. XMR only hot wallets !

  18. Monerujo icon

    It's an open source, community driven android only Monero wallet. It's feature rich, letting you setting up view only wallets, multiple Monero wallets, subaddresses connecting to your own node or a Tor node. You can scan Bitcoin addresses and Monerujo will automatically convert your XMR to BTC using SideShift AI .

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  19. Monero.com icon

    Monero.com is a mobile open source Monero wallet for both iOS and Android . It allows you to store and send Monero securely. Allow you to set up multiple Monero wallets, multiple subaddresses, connecting to your own node or a Tor node. You can exchange your Monero in the app for other cryptos. Integration with CakePay (their GiftCards services) allow you to buy more stuff using Monero (at least spending them).

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  20. ETH only hot wallets !

  21. MyEtherWallet icon

    The official Ethereum wallet. You can store your ETH (obviously), NFTs (most are on Ethereum 's blockchain), ERC20 tokens etc... This is a great ETH only mobile and web wallet

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  22. Brume Wallet icon

    The private wallet for using Ethereum anonymously ! ** Still in beta**

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  23. MetaMask icon

    MetaMask is an Ethereum first wallet that allow you to have multiple account on the same seeds (not all ETH wallet support this so be aware). You can make it work with other Web3 blockchain but you will need extra steps. It's a mobile wallet and web browser extension that is really popular in the Ethereum sphere, however their recent change in their privacy politics create a controversy in the community and many left MetaMask .

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  24. MultiCoins mobile wallets !

    I tend to avoid MultiCoins wallet as it comes with security risks. You cannot do 1'000 tasks well, it's easier to do only 1. I wouldn't put life saving in such wallet even if it's hardware multicoins wallet.

  25. Unstoppable Wallet icon

    This is proably the most underrated mobile wallet. It's free and open source, supports several blockchains, have a really professionnal and clean design, allow you to trade your crypto in the wallet itself, supports NFTs and DApps (even if I do not endorse theses). If you need a mobile wallet for your many AltCoins this is the one I would recommend you the most. It does not support all Web3 blockchains (but they are actively adding new ones) and there is still no Monero support yet.

    Like I mentionned earlier in the MetaMask section, this wallet is not compatible with multi-account seeds (for now) as it's not a standard but we could see Unstoppable Wallet adding this feature as many are looking for MetaMask alternatives that are open source.

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  26. Cake Wallet icon

    By the same devs that made Monero.com . Cake is the exact same wallet except that it support Bitcoin , Litecoin , Haven (XHV) and obviously Monero . It has almost the same user interface, allow you to buy crypto with fiat and exchange crypto with others that aren't supported by Cake Wallet like Ethereum . Integration with CakePay their GiftCards services so you can buy more stuff using crypto (at least spending them).

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  27. Stack Wallet icon

    A multi-coins wallet for privacy coins and tokens only !

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  28. Coin Wallet icon

    An open source wallet with tons of blockchains supported ! Not the best UX I have seen but supports a lot of coins and tokens.

    I don't really recommend it

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  29. Exodus icon

    Exodus is not open source but is a flashy design non-custodial wallet that have been around for years and support many blockchains (a lot of them), allow you to buy crypto with fiat, supports the Ligthning Network, NFTs, DApps and have a desktop client. I don't really recommend it

    Like Phoenix Wallet , Exodus only works with 12 words Bitcoin seeds (128 bits) !

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  30. Then you need to buy cryptocurrencies using "real money"

    Most people just go on https://alternativeto.net/software/binance/ , https://alternativeto.net/software/coinbase/about/ or https://alternativeto.net/software/blockfolio/ (Oopsie doopsie). But we are not most people !

    Some wallets allow you to buy crypto with fiat directly in their app that's the case of https://alternativeto.net/software/relai/about/ that I would recommend if you want to easily buy https://alternativeto.net/software/bitcoin/ without any account registration needed.

  31. Crypto ATM

    Not available everywhere crypto ATM allows you (in some country) to buy and sell crypto in exchange of cash without reveilling any information about. This of course may vary in your region. The price is a little bit higher but hey you just bring cash at an ATM and it will print you a paper wallet that you can restore from your app of choixe and then send them to your cold and or hot wallet !

  32. Coin ATM Radar icon

    This website have the best map for crypto atm, just select your city, which crypto you wanna buy/sell and hope you have one (or more) nearby ! I won't use the app but rather the WebApp as it is enough for my usecase.

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  33. P2P Market

    A way that I like to buy (and sometime sell) is in Peer to Peer. It means people like you sell crypto on plateform similar to eBay but designed for cryptocurrencies. Here are the one I like the most.

  34. Peach Bitcoin icon

    IN BETA

    A swiss app that let you buy and sell Bitcoin in P2P with other users using fiat with a pretty clean and modern interace.

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  35. Hodl Hodl icon

    Hodl Hodl is a P2P Bitcoin trading platform, that allows users to trade directly with each other and it doesn't hold user’s funds — locking it in multisig escrow instead. This minimizes the possibility of Bitcoin assets theft and reduces trading time.

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  36. Vexl icon

    Vexl is another mobile p2p exchange Unlike Peach Bitcoin or AgoraDesk you will need to know someone who know someone that sells in order to buy so they know you are safe ! This is more resistant to sybill-attack so I'm really excited to sign up once it launches.

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  37. Bisq icon

    More for advanced users than beginners, Bisq is an awesome decentralised exchange (DEX) that allow you to trade fiat and crypto. It's quiet private but as it's built on Bitcoin it suffer from the public ledger problem. However this is the most resiliant DEX ever and built on top of the most decentralised and resiliant blockchain.

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  38. TradeOgre icon

    With this shadowy-looking plateform you can exchanges many crypto without any KYC required.

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  39. Centralized Exchanges

    I tend to avoid CEX when I can, but they offer a good service (not for storing) especially if you want to trade your crypto (I don't do that).

    AVOID https://alternativeto.net/software/binance/ , https://alternativeto.net/software/crypto-com/ & https://alternativeto.net/software/coinbase/about/ !!!

    These are the most popular exchange that most people uses, why I recommend you to avoid them ? Because I don't really trust them. But DYOR maybe you're fine using them. But take a look at these options

  40. Kraken icon

    Kraken is another Centralized that is more like Binance and Coinbase as it has a KYC policy. I trust them more than Binance or Crypto.com .

    DYOR, policies and crypto availability might vary in your country !

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  41. Mt Pelerin icon

    Buy crypto on multiple chains in a few clicks, at the best prices and without identification required. Exchange cryptos between them and across networks. Cash out your funds back on your bank account at any time, in 171 countries.

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  42. Accepting crypto as a merchant

    If you are a small physical business that needs instant payment confimrations and don't deal with a big number of transactions the easist way is to create a LN?? wallet with for exemple https://alternativeto.net/software/bluewallet/about/ . But if you need an alternative to bank transfer using invoice https://alternativeto.net/software/bitcoin/about/ On-Chain is better especially for big numbers.

    Point Of Sale (POS) let you (or your employees) to accept cryptocurrencies without the ability to access the fund for spending. So the money isn't in your store/commerce.

    Payment processors let you create one address per client (better for privacy), manage accounting, support both POS and e-commerce payment but this is more technical

    You can switch from methods to methods

  43. Swiss Bitcoin Pay icon

    The easiest way for a merchant to accept Bitcoin and Bitcoin only both on-chain and through LN??, both online and in physical store ! The custody is 24h as every night all LN and OnChain funds are send back to your wallet address.

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  44. Bitrequest icon

    Easy solution for multiple coins like Bitcoin Bitcoin Cash and Monero and a few others

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  45. BTCPay Server icon

    The most sovreign way to do it but requiere a few technical knowledge and a little infrastructure. You can pay someone to set it up for you. Supports Bitcoin , LN & Monero , Litecoin , DASH , Dogecoin and a few more.

    Can be integrated to WordPress or Shopify

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  46. BitcartCC icon

    Payment processor

    Also a sovreign way to do it that requiere a few technical knowledge and a little infrastructure. Supports many coins such as Bitcoin , Bitcoin Cash , Monero , Ethereum , Binance Smart Chain, Smart Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin , Polygon, GlobalBoost, Tron (TRX) , Ergon, Groestlcoin and many more tokens !

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  47. Start using your crypto !

  48. BTC Map icon

    This Web App allow you to see where you can spend your sats, from cafe to grocery and hostel near you ! Available as a standalone app but the PWA take less space and doesn't depend on the AppStore or PlayStore. Just open the map on your browser (Safari for iOS - Any chromium-based browser for Android)

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  49. Travala icon

    Look for hostel, flight, etc... that accepts cryptocurrencies !

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  50. Bitrefill icon

    Use Bitcoin , LN, Ethereum , Litecoin , Dogecoin or DASH to buy gift cards !

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Ituaf
CommentJan 7, 2024

Very nice list. I'd just like to know why you don't recommend Exodus or Coin Wallet?

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Darlene Sonalder

Hi thank you, I don't recommend multi-coin wallet in general but I do understand that some people wants them so I added some in the list. I wouldn't recommend Exodus because of its proprietary nature even though this doesn't mean it's less secure it is less transparent and for self custody I will always prefer to choose an open solution. For Coin Wallet this was because it had a worse interface than Unstoppable back when I made this list and also from review I saw online, also I never tried it myself so harder to recommend. I might give it a shot and edit my comment.

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