Atomic Wallet Overview

Now I’m usually not a fan of software wallets but I recently came across a Reddit post where someone was asking advice on which wallet he or she should use. The user essentially just wanted a wallet that can be used on both a phone and a computer.

In the response, I saw that someone had written Atomic Wallet as one of the recommendations. This piqued my curiosity as I have heard great things about them but haven’t personally tested them out. That post is what led me to writing this article here as that piqued my curiosity about Atomic Wallet.

I decided to give it a try as I’m always looking for new wallets to try out and to recommend to others.

After playing around with it and using it for a little while, here are some of the things that I really like about that wallet:

The first is that they support a multitude of coins. This means that you can use Atomic wallet to hold BTC, ETH, LTC, DASH and other coins simultaneously without needing to create a separate wallet for each coin.

The second thing it is cross platform compatible. This means that you can use it on your phone or computer and you’ll be sure that the transactions will sync across devices. in addition to that, they offer staking on their wallet. Unlike some other software wallets that I've tested out, they don't offer staking within their wallet.

The third is that they offer cash back on your trades if you hold a certain number of their AWC coins. This is a great way to incentivize users to buy and hold their coin. 

Having said that, here's a short 6 minute video where I take a look at the interface of the Atomic wallet on a computer.

I hope this post was able to give you a better idea of the Atomic wallet and why it may be a great choice when deciding on which wallet you should use for a software wallet. You can check out Atomic wallet here.

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