Guarda Wallet – Multi-Currency, Multiplatform Wallet With a Taste for Special Features
Guarda wallet has been around for almost three years – the cryptocurrency storage that started out as open-source single-currency wallets in the times of market needs has now turned into a flourishing ecosystem of products and crypto management services. Many novelties have been implemented during these times of productivity, but the main idea was kept clean as ever – the team is striving to make a convenient, fully decentralized and versatile crypto wallet suitable for both beginners and advanced users.
Currently, the wallet supports more than 45 major blockchains (along with their tokens), including the ones that are not usually to be found in multi-asset wallets – the best example is Monero XMR that is supported on the Web version. Even though it might sometimes be challenging to fulfill the tasks presented by the market itself and the crypto community, Guarda is doing the best to both remain user-friendly and implement top-notch solutions for making the wallet stand out.
Possibly, the most distinct part of Guarda, besides supporting the most assets from the wallets currently present, are the built-in features. The wallets presented on Web, Desktop, Mobile (iOS and Android) and Chrome Extension all have a way to easily exchange cryptocurrency, purchase it on board, use currency-specific features (staking, delegation, Bandwidth points for TRON, Shielded transactions for Zcash, airdrops and more), create Multisignature wallets, as well as manage detailed transaction settings in the Advanced tab. Web and Desktop versions are also suitable for connecting a Ledger hardware wallet and using Guarda’s interface to manage the assets kept in cold storage.
As Guarda is a rapidly developing project that stays in sync with crypto market trends and hypes, many new features and possible solutions are discussed with the community and tested out together with the users. The team believes that this is the way true decentralized products should be made – all considering the community word, listening carefully and choosing what is best. For those interested in saying a word, suggesting something or asking a question, there is always Guarda Wallet Twitter and Telegram, where the team is present and interacting with the community.
“From the point of functionality, we try to onboard as many features and handy things as we can. So when you download Guarda to your phone or use the Web version, you have a wallet that allows you to do all the cryptocurrency management activities in one place. If you don’t have any crypto you can easily buy some, if you want another coin you can exchange, if you want to stake you can stake, and you can obviously transact and store securely. When something new appears, we try to get it into Guarda as fast as possible, because if there is demand, it is valuable to us.” – Maria Carola, CMO Guarda Wallet.
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