In order to own, store, or trade your physical asset's digital twin as a Connected Collectible, you'll need to have a crypto wallet. Simply put, a crypto wallet is a device offered in both software and hardware forms that allows you to securely own and transfer assets that are stored on the blockchain, such as Connected Collectibles.
There are many different options for crypto wallets. We listed out some specific suggestions below, along with the official links for each. Both are recommended for their strong reputation, ease of use, and intuitive, no-cost setup processes that are geared toward newcomers in the Web3 space.
While we have a slight preference for the above two given how seamlessly they work with our platform, Coinbase Wallet is another trusted option that ultimately meets most of the same criteria.
Regardless of which option you go with, it's important to always exercise caution when it comes to maintaining and using your crypto wallet. This includes:
Never sharing your secret recovery phrase
Only connecting your wallet to official websites that you've vetted and trust
Avoid clicking links from strangers on Discord/Twitter/etc. (and be wary of impersonators)
We encourage everyone to take a little time to read up on the most important security best practices for securing assets in your crypto wallet. There are a variety of articles out there covering this topic, but here are a few we like: