In this guide we introduce you to the best Tron (TRX) wallets, sorted by hardware, desktop, smartphone and online wallet. But before we delve deeper into the topic, it is important that you understand how the different wallet types differ and what advantages and disadvantages they offer.

Therefore, a small theoretical introduction to the topic follows. If you are already familiar with the subject, you can skip this section and go to the best hardware wallets for Tron (TRX).

The basic knowledge of cryptocurrency wallets:
You can imagine a wallet for Tron (TRX) as a digital purse. The wallet is responsible for storing the access keys for the cryptocurrency. The access key is the private key. In principle, these can be managed in two categories of wallets:
  • cold wallet or
  • hot wallet.

These two types of wallet can be distinguished by the “Internet connection” feature. Cold wallets are so called because the private keys never come into contact with the Internet. Colloquially it is also said that the cryptocurrencies are stored “offline”.

In other words, however, it should mean that the private keys are stored offline. In contrast, hot wallets have a connection to the Internet, which is why they are considered less secure from a security point of view. Because of the Internet connection, hackers have a point of attack: the moment the transaction is signed (i.e. released) using the private key, hackers can access the private key and gain control over the cryptocurrency.

This essential difference, which significantly influences the security of the wallet, is also the reason why investment companies and cryptocurrency exchanges store the majority of their customers’ money on cold wallets in order to store Tron (TRX) and other cryptocurrencies as securely as possible.

In our opinion you should take this as a role model! In the private customer segment, cold wallets can be purchased in the form of hardware wallets. These are mostly small devices that are used to store the private keys on them and release transactions via them.

In addition to the cold wallets, the hot wallets can be categorized into three types. These differ in that the “private keys” are stored on different media. The subcategories of hot wallets are:

  • Tron desktop wallets
  • Tron mobile wallets
  • Tron online wallets
What is the Private and Public Key?

The terms private key and public key originate from information technology, especially from asymmetric cryptography, which is used to encrypt data in cryptocurrencies. A private key is a randomly generated string that represents the ownership of the cryptocurrency and allows you to send Tron.

Therefore the private key must never be passed on. If you control the private key, you can also access the corresponding address and send the corresponding TRX. The wallet address is a hash version of the public key, which cannot be reversed thanks to cryptography. In contrast to the private key, the public key or wallet address is not secret.

Furthermore, we would like to give you two pieces of advice in advance:

1.Even before buying Tron (click here to read our guide) you should know which wallet you want to use. This allows you to enter your own wallet address during the purchase process and save time and money. 2.In addition, we would like to expressly point out that the storage of Tron (TRX) on an online wallet of an exchange or broker is the worst and least secure option. On the one hand, you don’t have control over the private key. On the other hand, cryptocurrency exchanges are very popular targets for hacker attacks. The list of exchanges that have already been hacked is really long! Our second advice is therefore to take care of the management of the private keys yourself.

Tron hardware wallets

As explained in the introduction, cold storage solutions in the form of hardware wallets are the most secure method of storing cryptocurrencies according to current industry standards. The access key to the wallet, the private key, is stored exclusively on the hardware wallet. Even when confirming a transaction, the private key does not come into contact with the Internet.

The confirmation takes place exclusively on the device. Only other components are connected to the Internet to send the transaction over the Internet to the blockchain. Due to this mechanism it is almost impossible that the TRX Coins are stolen.

Even if the software used to manage the wallet (e.g. Ledger Live) is hacked, the hackers still cannot make a transaction (e.g. to a manipulated address). Since the devices themselves can be protected with a PIN and often with 2-factor authentication, they are also very well protected in the event of theft. This makes it very difficult to steal your Tron (TRX) even in the event of physical theft.

From our point of view, hardware is therefore an absolute must for crypto investors. However, there is one major drawback. Unlike all other wallets, they are not free of charge. However, our opinion is that the purchase of a hardware wallet is definitely worthwhile. Even the price for our test winner, the Ledger Nano X (about 120 Euro), is to be regarded as rather small compared to the amount you probably invested.

However, the selection of hardware wallets for Tron (TRX) is very limited. Currently only the Ledger Nano X and the Nano S support the TRX Coin. The second renowned manufacturer of hardware wallets, Trezor, has not yet announced any support.

The advantages of Tron hardware wallets:
✅ Highest security standard
✅ Storage of private keys offline
✅ Each transaction must be confirmed on the wallet at the push of a button.
✅ Hardware wallets mostly support numerous cryptocurrencies
✅ Regular updates by Ledger
✅ Very good customer support by Ledger
The disadvantages of hardware wallets are:
❌ No deposit insurance as with eToro
❌ The storage of Tron (TRX) is your responsibility. However, this can also be an advantage!
The best 3 Hardware Wallets in 2024
Hardware WalletInfoTest
Ledger Nano X kaufen

⚡ OUR test champion: The Ledger Nano X
✅ Manage 100 cryptocurrencies simultaneously
✅ Compatible with more than 1,100 cryptocurrencies
✅ Bluetooth connection for mobile wallet
✅ New flagship of the market leader
⛔ Price: 99,00 € - in the middle range

Testbericht lesen

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Ledger Nano S kaufen

⚡ Best price/performance ratio: The Ledger Nano S
✅ Very good Price: 59,90 €
✅ Compatible with more than 1,100 cryptocurrencies
✅ Proven quality: more than 1.3 million units already sold
⛔ Manage max. 5 cryptocurrencies simultaneously

Testbericht Ledger Nano S

Read our review

Trezor Model T kaufen

⚡ 3rd place: The Trezor Model T
✅ Over 1,000 cryptocurrencies supported
✅ Proven quality from Trezor
✅ Firmware is not installed on the device until you start it
⛔ In comparison to the Nano X: less features and functions 
⛔ High price: about 180 €

Testbericht Trezor Model T

Read our review

1.Ledger Nano X

The Ledger Nano X is not only our top recommendation for Tron (TRX), but is also the test winner in our comparative test of 8 different hardware wallets. The Nano X is the successor of the Ledger Nano S, which has been sold over 1.3 million times worldwide. After the Nano S had been on the market for several years, Ledger presented the Ledger Nano X in May 2019. This can come up with numerous new features:

  • Bluetooth function: The bluetooth function of the Ledger Nano X allows you to manage your Tron (TRX) via smartphone (via the Ledger Live App) while keeping the security of a cold wallet.
  • Larger memory: Compared to the Ledger Nano S, the internal memory of the device has been significantly increased. With the Ledger Nano X you can now manage up to 100 different cryptocurrencies at the same time.
  • Larger screen: Ledger has enlarged not only the memory of the Nano X, but also the screen. This means that it is now possible to display the complete reception addresses on the display, eliminating the need for scrolling, as with the Nano S ledger.
  • Improved security chip: The central component of the hardware wallet has been revised and certified by the French cyber security authority ANSSI.

Conclusion: From our point of view there is currently no better and safer hardware wallet than the Ledger Nano X! If you want to know more details about the Ledger Nano X, we recommend you to read our detailed guide and test report.

Supported cryptocurrencies
The Legder Nano X can store the private keys of over 1,100 different cryptocurrencies. Therefore there is hardly a (known) cryptocurrency that is not compatible with the Nano X. In addition, new cryptocurrencies are constantly being added
The operation of the Ledger Nano X is done via the 2 buttons on the top of the device as well as via the Ledger Live App. Both are really very easy to set up and use. Via Ledger Live you can check your account balance in real time and the performance of your portfolio, as well as send cryptocurrencies.
Transparency & Fees
The Ledger Software is Open Source and therefore accessible to everyone. However, the operating system, i.e. the code for the hardware, is secret. Ledger chose this architecture because it is not possible to “reach the level of physical security with generic chips”.

No fees are charged for the use of the software and hardware.

Ledger’s security standards are industry-leading. Ledger’s technology is appreciated not only by private investors, but also by many companies. The French company has established cooperations with Neufund, and Switcheo. Samsung also announced a 2.6 million investment in the French company in April 2019.

Even the Bluetooth function is not a security hole, although there was initially a big outcry in the crypto community that the Bluetooth function was not secure. However, as Ledger clarified, only non-critical data (not the private key and not the recovery seed) is transferred via Bluetooth. In addition, a transaction always requires release with the Nano X ledger.

2.Ledger Nano S

Even though the Ledger Nano S has been replaced by the Nano X as the current Ledger model, there are still good reasons to buy the hardware wallet. Obviously, the price is certainly half the price of the Ledger Nano X (120 EUR vs. 59 EUR).

In addition, the Nano S is still one of the most secure hardware wallets on the market. Over the past few years it has proven to be very safe. There was no (known) incident in which cryptocurrencies could be stolen by the Ledger Nano S.

Conclusion: If you live without the new features of the Nano X and only want to manage a small number of different cryptocurrencies, then the Nano S is a very good choice for you.

Supported cryptocurrencies
Like the Legder Nano X, the Nano S supports over 1,100 different cryptocurrencies. However, due to the small memory, a maximum of 5 apps (for cryptocurrencies and other programs) can be installed on the Nano S at the same time. This means that the apps for cryptocurrencies must always be installed and uninstalled (the data / account balances are not lost!) if you manage more different cryptocurrencies over them. If you don’t mind this (small) effort, the Nano S is the best choice.
The operation of the Ledger Nano S is also very simple and intuitive. This is done via the 2 buttons on the device. Additionally the Ledger Live App is required. Both models use the same Ledger Live software.
Transparency & Fees
The Ledger Live Software is open source software whose source code is publicly available. However, the operating system of the ledger devices is (still) a trade secret, which according to Ledger will only be revealed in the future.

The fees for a transaction (network fees) are transparently listed in the Ledger Live Software. Ledger himself doesn’t charge.

Ledger’s technology is industry-leading. It is not only used by Ledger Hardware Wallets, but also by companies to securely store private keys of cryptocurrencies.

Tron (TRX) desktop wallets

Desktop wallets belong to the category of hot wallets. Accordingly, they have the disadvantage over Hardware Walles that the private keys come into contact with the Internet. Compared to online wallets, however, they offer the significant advantage that the private keys are not stored on a company server, but on the user’s own computer. Thus, they provide a free way to retain sole control over Tron’s private keys without having to purchase a hardware wallet.

The storage of the private keys on your own computer also means a great responsibility, since it must always be provided with updates and a (good) anti-virus software installed. Because of the (probably) permanent connection to the Internet, there is an increased risk of malware and phishing attacks.

However, if the computer is adequately protected, desktop wallets offer much better protection than online and web wallets. They are therefore the best option if you are looking for a free wallet for Tron (TRX).

Below we have created a ranking for the best Tron (TRX) Desktop wallets in 2019. But first we would like to introduce you to the advantages and disadvantages of desktop wallets in an overview:

The advantages of Tron Desktop wallets:
✅ Sole control over the private keys
✅ High safety standard
✅ No acquisition costs – use is free of charge
✅ Multi-join wallets support over 300 different cryptocurrencies in some cases
✅ Regular updates
The disadvantages of Tron desktop wallets:
❌ Less security than using a hardware wallet (more vulnerable to hacker attacks)
❌ Responsibility to adequately protect your own PC
❌ Be careful when choosing an unknown wallet: There are known cases of fraud.

Below you will find our top recommendations for a safe Tron desktop wallet:

The best Tron desktop wallets
  1. Atomic wallet
  2. Exodus wallet

1.Atomic wallet

Atomic Wallet

The Atomic wallet is a multi-coin-wallet, which is aimed at users who are looking for an all-in-one solution for all their cryptocurrencies. With over 300 cryptocurrencies, the Atomic Wallet can manage the largest number of coins (in our comparison) and is available both as a desktop and mobile version for iOS and Android.

Although the wallet was not released until 2017 by Konstantin Gladych, who is also CEO and co-founder of the popular crypto exchange platform Nevertheless, it is already one of the most popular wallets on the market. One reason for this is certainly the popularity of Gladych. On the other hand, the wallet focuses on the fulfilment of three central requirements in the crypto industry:

  • Security,
  • Anonymity and
  • Decentralization.

In accordance with these guiding principles, both the private keys and the transaction data are stored in encrypted form on the users’ computers. This means that neither the developers nor other third parties can access this important data. A very useful function, which corresponds to the dezentral character of the wallet and from which the wallet gets its name, are the Atomic Swaps.

These enable the direct exchange of cryptocurrencies, peer-to-peer, i.e. from user to user. Since the Atomic swaps are not available for all coins, the wallet provides the possibility to use the exchange services of Changelly and ShapeShift.

The Atomic wallet is our top recommendation among multi-coin-wallets due to its functional scope and high safety standard. To download it, you can visit the official website (click here). There the wallet is available for Windows, Mac, Ubuntu, Debian and Fedora. In addition, the mobile versions for iOS and Android are available in the App Stores.

Supported cryptocurrencies
The Atomic wallet supports over 300 cryptocurrencies, including all known cryptocurrencies and all ERC20 tokens.
The installation of the wallet is done with a few clicks. At least as easy to use is the user interface, which should be self-explanatory even for absolute beginners.
Transparency & Fees
The Atomic wallet is a community-based product that uses open source libraries, block explorers, and other components. However, in order to ensure the security of the wallet, some of the developments will be kept secret.

When using the Atomic wallet there are no additional fees in addition to the network fees. For additional services such as Atomic Swaps, ShapeShift and Changelly fees will be charged.

The Atomic wallet offers very good security. The wallet – as a decentralized solution – does not request any personal data from its users. In addition, all data is transmitted in encrypted form. The control of the private keys lies exclusively with the user, so that nobody else has access to your cryptocurrencies. In addition, each user can create a backup phrase to restore the Wallet.

2.Exodus wallet

Exodus Wallet

Like the Atomic wallet , the Exodus is a multi-coin wallet . It was launched in July 2016 by Daniel Castagnoli and JP Richardson and has since become firmly established in the crypto market and has developed a large user base. The Exodus Wallet was one of the first multi-coin wallets to convince with its simple and intuitive user interface.

Currently, the wallet can send and receive more than 100 cryptocurrencies. In addition, their value can be displayed in over 30 different Fiat currencies. The wallet has a total of three main components:

  • the multi-coin wallet ,
  • a portfolio tracker (in 30 Fiat currencies)
  • and an integrated exchange service from ShapeShift

The crypto community also praises the very good customer support. In addition to an extensive FAQ area, including tutorial videos, the Exodus team can be contacted via e-mail, Twitter, Facebook and Slack channel.

Security and anonymity are also very important issues. In this respect, it should be noted that neither the developers nor other third parties have access to your private keys. These are stored encrypted on your computer.

However, there are two criticisms of the Exodus wallet : First, the backup is sent by email, which is a potential security vulnerability. Second, the Exodus wallet does not have two-factor authentication. Both deficiencies together are to be regarded as critical, since hackers “only” have to crack the password or intercept an e-mail and then already have full access to the wallet.

If you consider this to be uncritical, you can follow the link below which will take you directly to the download page of the wallet (click here!). Exodus is available as desktop version for Windows, Mac and Linux. There are also smartphone versions for iOS and Android.

Supported cryptocurrencies
The Exodus wallet supports over 100 cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Tron, EOS, Monero, Binance Coin, Tron, Stellar, XRP, Vechain and Monero as well as a variety of ERC20 tokens.
The wallet is known for its ease of use and intuitive design. It also offers some useful features, such as the Portfolio View and the Exchange Service. The dashboard also shows current market trends. A special feature of the wallet is that the portfolio balances can be displayed in over 30 fiat currencies.
Transparency & Fees
Within the crypto community the Exodus wallet has one (further) big criticism: The wallet is not open source. Accordingly, the users of the Wallet must trust the developers and rely on the trustworthiness of the developers of the Wallet.

In principle, there are no additional fees for the Exodus wallet. Only if you use the built-in service of ShapeShift to exchange cryptocurrencies, you will have to pay the (usual) fees for ShapeShift of 2-5 percent.

During the initial installation, the users are prompted to create a 12-word recovery seed phrase. In case your computer breaks down, the wallet can be restored. Beyond that no personal data of the users are stored on the servers of Exodus. The private keys and transaction data are encrypted and stored locally on the mobile devices.

Mobile Tron wallets for iOS and Android

Mobile wallets have the advantage that they can be installed on (almost) any smartphone and can therefore also be used on the road to send and manage TRX. Apart from that, mobile wallets are very similar to desktop wallets. Thus the private keys (usually) are also stored encrypted on the user’s terminal device.

In addition, the private keys are potentially at risk due to the connection of the smartphone to the Internet. As with the desktop wallet, the smartphone must therefore be optimally protected by the user himself.

The topic of security has also been aggravated for smartphones, because many smartphone users use public hotspots in cafés and restaurants. In these public networks the data is transmitted unencrypted (without own security measures). This is why it is particularly important for mobile wallets to protect the smartphone with regular updates and anti-malware software and, if necessary, to use a data encryption program.

By the way, they also offer the same advantages as desktop wallet. In the following we have created an overview:

The advantages of mobile Tron wallets are:
✅ Access to Tron (TRX) via Smartphone
✅ Access to the wallet from anywhere where there is an Internet connection
✅ No acquisition costs – use is free of charge
✅ More cryptocurrencies than just Tron are often supported.
✅ The user interface is often very simple and intuitive.
The disadvantages are as follows:
Less security than a hardware wallet
❌ No deposit insurance, as offered e.g. by eToro wallet
❌ Vulnerable to hacker or phishing attacks
The best Tron wallets for iOS and Android
  1. TronLink wallet
  2. Atomic wallet
  3. Trust wallet

1.TronLink wallet

Tronlink TRX wallet

The TronLink wallet is developed by the TRON community and was released in February 2019. It is the first official TRON wallet supported by the TRON Foundation and promoted on the official website of Justin Sun, the inventor of Tron. It is available for iOS and Android, as well as Google Chrome browser extension.

It is important to know that the TronLink does not collect any user data. In addition, the private keys for the wallet are stored locally on your smartphone, so that third parties have no access to them. It is also good to know that a recovery phrase can be created for the private key if the smartphone is defective and a backup is necessary.

It can be seen that the wallet was primarily developed for Asian users. Nevertheless, the account balance can be expressed in three fiat currencies: Euro, US Dollar, British Pound, Bitcoin and Ethereum. In addition to Chinese and Japanese, English is also available for the language selection.

A major advantage of the wallet is that TronLink supports all TRON-based TRC20 tokens and provides access to the TRON dApp ecosystem. In addition, it has numerous functions that are specially tailored to the Tron network and are not offered by multi-coin wallets. This makes TronLink ideal for Tron enthusiasts. Other functions include the following:

  • Switching between multiple user accounts
  • Integrated voting system for Super Representatives (SRs) and the ability to exchange certain rewards for voting on the wallet
  • dApp browser
  • Settings for advanced Tron trailers, e.g. selecting a node or adding your own node
  • Integrated decentralised exchange (DEX)
Supported cryptocurrencies
Tron (TRX) and all Tron-based TRC20 and TRC10 tokens are supported.
The operation is very simple and easy to understand. In addition, there are numerous functions for advanced users.
Transparency & Fees
TronLink wallet is developed by the TRON community, is open-source and therefore completely transparent. There are also no additional fees for using or downloading the TronLink App for iOS or Android.
The security of the TronLink wallet can be rated as good, because the project is supported by the Tron Foundation and it is open-source code. There is also a backup function. The private keys are stored locally only.

2.Atomic wallet

Atomic Wallet

As with the desktop wallets, the Atomic wallet is our Top 2 recommendation in the Wallets category for your smartphone. The wallet is especially useful if you are looking for a multi-join wallet with which you want to send and receive Tron. With the Atomic Wallet you don’t have direct access to the Tron dApp ecosystem and can’t participate in the Super Representatives election!

The mobile version of the Atomic wallet is a very similar version to the desktop version. Accordingly, it also offers the same advantages:

  • Management of over 300 different cryptocurrencies
  • Storage and encryption of private keys and transaction data on your smartphone
  • Atomic Swaps
  • Use of Changelly and ShapeShift exchange services

You can download the wallet from the official website. In addition there are the iOS and Android versions in the respective App Store.

Supported cryptocurrencies
With the Atomic wallet you can manage and send over 300 cryptocurrencies and all ERC20 tokens.
The installation of the wallet works like a normal installation of a smartphone app. No personal data is requested during setup. The operation of the wallet is very simple, so that it is also suitable for absolute beginners.
Transparency & Fees
The Atomic wallet is a community-based product that uses open source libraries. However, in order to ensure the security of the wallet, part of the source code will be kept secret.

There are no fees for the use of the wallet other than the usual network fees. For the additional features (Atomic Swaps, Changelly and ShapeShift) you have to pay variable fees.

The Atomic wallet offers very good security. The wallet – as a decentralized solution – does not request any personal data from its users. In addition, all data is transmitted in encrypted form. The control of the private keys lies exclusively with the user, so that nobody else has access to your cryptocurrencies. In addition, each user can create a backup phrase to restore the Wallet.

3.Trust wallet

Trust wallet Tron

The Trust wallet is a multi-coin wallet specifically designed for smartphones, iOS and Android, developed by a company called Six Days LLC (US Office). It is available in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Arabic, Japanese, Russian, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese and Vietnamese. In addition, it is (currently) compatible with 42 cryptocurrencies and over 2,000 ERC20 tokens.

The name of the wallet (“trust”) should already indicate the intention of the developers, who focus on security and anonymity during development. The Trust wallet was tested by the security company Stateful. The complete review can be viewed online on the wallets website.

In addition, the wallet operates in a server-free environment so that each wallet is installed locally and the private keys are stored locally only. This means that neither the developers nor third parties have access to the private key. In addition, the wallet code is open-source and has been reviewed by the community. Overall, the wallet can therefore be classified as very secure and trustworthy.

Other features of the wallet include:

  • A decentralized exchange: the wallet has integrated the decentralized exchange from its partner, the Kyber Network, so that the users can trade out of the wallet.
  • FaceID and TouchID: In addition to classic passwords, FaceID and TouchID can also be activated to protect the wallet.
  • “Watch function: Users can use this mode to view their accounts without revealing their private key.
  • Real-time portfolio: View the entire crypto portfolio and its value in real time
  • Push notifications: can be enabled to be notified about transactions
Supported cryptocurrencies
42 cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, GoChain, POA Network, VeChain, Tron, Wanchain, Callisto, ICON, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, TomoChain, Dash, Zcash, Zcoin, Ripple, Kin, Nimiq, Thunder Token, Aion, Stellar, Tezos, Theta, Doge, Ontology, Cosmos, Groestlcoin, Qtum, Viacoin, Binance Coin, IoTeX, Ravencoin, Zilliqa, Waves, Aeternity, Nebulas
The wallet is very easy to use and understand. It has an intuitive user interface and a whole range of useful functions that are specially tailored to the user.
Transparency & Fees
The code of the wallet is open-source. The Company behind the wallet currently charges fees for the use of the wallet.
Due to the features described above, the wallet is secure and trustworthy.
Mobile wallets provide good basic protection that can be rated lower than hardware wallets and higher than online wallets . The advantage over the latter is that the private key is stored on the user’s smartphone.

However, this entails a great responsibility, as the user has to protect the private key himself. Since your smartphone is probably (almost) permanently connected to the Internet, it can be infected with malware that is aimed at stealing private keys. Therefore you should update your smartphone regularly and install good anti-malware software if necessary. With this you can greatly reduce this risk. Depending on whether you want to actively use the Tron ecosystem, either the TronLink wallet or the Atomic wallet is our top recommendation.

Tron Online wallets

Tron online wallets offer the easiest way to manage Tron. Basically, online wallets can be divided into two types. The first type are the wallets of cryptocurrency exchanges. As described at the beginning, these offer the least protection and have the considerable disadvantage that the private keys are owned and stored by the trading platform. In this respect, they presupposed a great deal of trust in the market.

Users must be confident that the Exchange will store the cryptocurrencies in cold storages and that the IT infrastructure will not be hacked. In addition, the employees of the exchange have administrative access to the private keys, which is why they must also be trusted. Established exchanges and brokers generally have very good security precautions for each of these weak points.

Nevertheless, exchange wallets are not recommended for the permanent storage of Tron from our point of view. On the other hand, there are specific developments among the Online wallets Tron. The TronLink wallet is available as a browser extension for Google Chrome and the Brave Browser.

Below we have compiled an overview of the advantages and disadvantages of online wallets:

The advantages of Tron Online wallets:
✅ Access from anywhere in the world where an Internet connection exists
✅ Exchange wallets enable trading out of the wallet
✅ In the case of exchange wallets, there is no installation work required.
✅ You can define limits for maximum payouts per transaction.
✅ The user interface is often very simple and intuitive.
✅ Often very good customer support
The disadvantages of Tron online wallets:
❌ Lower security standard as hardware and desktop and smartphone wallets
❌ The Management of private keys is (often) transferred to a third party
❌ Greater likelihood of hacking or phishing attacks
❌ Some web wallet vendors have turned out to be SCAM in the past.
The best Tron online wallets
  1. TronLink Browser Extensions
  2. Tronscan
  3. Binance
  4. eToro

1.TronLink Browser Extension

Tronlink TRX wallet

Like the smartphone versions of TronLink, the browser extension is a recommendation of the Tron Foundation to connect to the Tron ecosystem. The Browser Extension for Google Chrome is a program that simplifies the access to the Tron Blockchain. With TronLink, decentralized applications (dApps) can easily be used from the browser and linked to the wallet.

TronLink is therefore very popular with developers and the Tron community. In addition, the private keys for the wallet are stored locally in your browser so that third parties have no access to them. In addition, the TronLink Chrome Extension has numerous functions:

  • Switching between multiple user accounts
  • Integrated voting system for Super Representatives (SRs) and the ability to exchange certain rewards for voting on the wallet
  • Integrated dApp browser
  • Setting a node or adding a custom node
  • Integrated decentralised exchange (DEX)
Supported cryptocurrencies
Tron (TRX) and all Tron-based TRC20 and TRC10 tokens are supported.
The operation is very simple and easy to understand. In addition, there are numerous functions for advanced users.
Transparency & Fees
TronLink wallet is developed by the TRON community, is open-source and therefore completely transparent. There are also no additional fees for using or downloading the TronLink App for iOS or Android.
The security of the TronLink wallet can be rated as good, because the project is supported by the Tron Foundation and it is open-source code. There is also a backup function. The private keys are stored locally only. The security of the TronLink wallet can be rated as good, because the project is supported by the Tron Foundation and it is open-source code. There is also a backup function. The private keys are stored locally only.

2.Tronscan wallet

Tronscan wallet

The Tronscan wallet is also a very popular web wallet within the Tron Community, but it doesn’t have the same functionality as the TronLink wallet. In comparison, however, it is set up much faster, since only an account with a secure password needs to be created. Afterwards only the file with the private key has to be saved on your own computer. The wallet is then ready for use.

A big advantage of Tronscan is that Tron and Ledger have worked together to make the Ledger hardware wallets compatible with Tronscan. This allows Tronscan users to manage their TRX via Tronscan with a Ledger Hardware Wallet and store the private keys offline on the device! The setup is not particularly difficult and can be initiated directly on the Tronscan website.

Supported cryptocurrencies
Only Tron (TRX) is supported.
Because only one account has to be created and because of the clear functions the Tronscan wallet is very popular with beginners.
Transparency & Fees
The code of Tronscan is open-source. The wallet is provided by the Tron Foundation, so it can be considered very trustworthy. There are additional fees for use.
Especially in combination with a Ledger Hardware wallet Tronscan is a very secure alternative for storing Tron (TRX). Otherwise the wallet only offers basic protection.

3.Binance wallet

Binance Wallet

Managing Tron (TRX) on Binance can also be an option if you intend to trade TRX. More than 150 cryptocurrencies can be traded on the globally popular exchange. Since this is a exchange wallet, you should be aware that the private keys are owned by Binance. This is problematic for two main reasons.

First, the private keys are located on an external server, so you need to trust sufficient security. Secondly, Binance is a popular target for hacking attacks, which is why the security of the Binance Web wallet is rated significantly lower.

This was also demonstrated by the Binance Hack in May 2019, when 7,000 BTC were stolen due to a security hole in the Binance API. Binance can nevertheless be counted among the safest exchanges. According to the CEO of Binance, Changpeng Zhao, the security measures were again significantly strengthened and improved after the hack.

Nevertheless, the hack shows the vulnerability of online wallets. We therefore recommend that you only use the Binance wallet as long as you are trading cryptocurrencies. If you are planning a longer-term investment, you should ship the TRX to an external wallet.

If you would like to register an account on Binance, you can do so via this link*.

Supported cryptocurrencies
Binance offers a wallet for each of the 150 cryptocurrencies offered for trading.
For beginners it can be a bit difficult and complicated to keep track of the trading platform due to the multitude of functions and options. In our Binance review we therefore explain in detail how you can use Binance correctly.
Transparency & Fees
Use of the Binance wallets is free of charge. Trading fees are charged, as you can read in our Binance Review.
Binance is considered one of the safest exchanges in the world. However, you should only keep your Tron on the exchange as long as you are actively trading. Other wallet types offer a significantly higher level of safety.

4.eToro wallet

eToro Wallet and Exchange

Our second choice is eToro, which, however, only appeals to residents outside of the US and UK (as of 01/2021). eToro is one of the largest CFD providers in the world and offers various cryptocurrencies in “physical form” as well as CFD (outside of the two aforementioned regions). Due to its high security standards and reputation, eToro can be a good option for custody in our view.

For more information, you can read our eToro review. If you want to sign up for the wallet, you can use this link (click here*) to create an account with eToro.

**68% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

Cryptoasset investing is unregulated in some EU countries and the UK. No consumer protection. Your capital is at risk.

Supported cryptocurrencies
15 cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Binance Coin (BNB), Cardano (ADA), Dash (DASH), EOS (EOS), Ethereum (ETH), Ethereum Classic (ETC), MIOTA (IOTA), NEO (NEO), Ripple (XRP), Stellar Lumens (XLM), Tron (TRX), ZCash (ZEC),
For beginners as well as advanced traders eToro offers a very clear and intuitive trading platform, with numerous advanced trading options.
Transparency & Fees
As described above, eToro charges fees. These can add up, especially when holding for a longer period of time. You can read in detail in our eToro test report when they occur and how high they are
You should keep in mind that the private keys are managed by eToro.

In the following we have summarized the most important aspects of the use of web wallets:

Online wallets can be divided into two categories: Exchange wallets and Tron specific developments. The former offer themselves when you want to trade. However, you should only leave the coins on the wallet as long as you actively use the trading platform. Exchange wallets have the disadvantage that you do not have private keys and exchanges are popular targets for hacking attacks.

Tron specific online wallets have the great advantage that the private key is in your possession. Nevertheless, you should keep in mind that the private keys are connected to the Internet, which is why protecting your own computer against malware is very important.

Overall, online wallets offer the lowest security standard and should therefore not be used permanently.

Further important information about the Tron wallet test

Finally, we would like to make a point on our own behalf: Please note that we have compiled the information to the best of our knowledge and experience. Despite our best efforts, you should check back for information and opinions. In particular, we recommend that you test different wallets to find the best one for you.

If you have any questions or suggestions for improvement, please leave us a comment. We are happy to help you and are open for constructive criticism!

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