Best Ripple (XRP) Wallets

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The most important mistake to avoid as a cryptocurrency owner is leaving crypto on an exchange.

Why?

If an exchange gets hacked, you will lose money. The hardware wallets below allow you to withdraw the coins into your own wallet and have true control over your XRP.

Our Top Picks

Ledger nano xLedger Nano X

The Ledger Nano X is Ledger's premium hardware wallet. The wallet is housed in a strong sleek, hard plastic enclosure with a high quality stainless steel enclosure. It features a crisp screen that makes handling the wallet very simple, and the included bluetooth functionality makes it ideal for on-the-go CRP transfers via the Ledger Live app for your Android devices.


Pros
  • Great UI with provided Ledger Live software
  • Easy to use
  • View XRP in one dashboard
Cons
  • Confirming transactions can be confusing for new users
  • More expensive than the Ledger Nanos


Ledger nano sLedger Nano S Read Review

The Ledger Nano S is Ledger's original hardware wallet. The wallet is housed in a strong plastic frame and utilizes a small screen to confirm transactions on. Unlike the Ledger Nano X, there is no bluetooth functionality, but at its lower price point, it may be a good tradeoff if your are mostly using the wallet to hold XRP for long periods of time.


Pros
  • Great UI with provided Ledger Live software
  • Less Expensive than the Nano X or Trezor Model T
  • Easy to use
  • View XRP in one dashboard
Cons
  • Confirming transactions can be confusing for new users
  • No Bluetooth functionality

Trezor Model TTrezor Model T Read Review

The Trezor Model T is Trezor's premium hardware wallet. The wallet is housed in a sturdy matte plastic frame with a high quality full-color touch screen display, making it easier to use than Ledger's button navigation system.


Pros
  • Full color, touch-screen display
  • Can be used as a U2F and password generator
  • View XRP in one dashboard
Cons
  • Desktop only
  • More expensive than the Trezor One


Trezor OneTrezor One Read Review

The Trezor One is Trezor's original hardware wallet. The wallet is housed in a matte plastic frame and utilizes a small screen with two buttons to confirm transactions on. Unlike the Trezor Model T, there is no Full color touchscreen, but at its lower price point, it may be a good tradeoff if your are mostly using the wallet to hold XRP for long periods of time and not using the wallet often.


Pros
  • Less expensive than the Nano X or Trezor Model T
  • Can be used as a U2F and password generator
  • View XRP in one dashboard
Cons
  • Desktop only



How to Add Funds To Your Ripple Wallet

1. Open your wallet and find an option to “receive”

In this example, we are using a Ledger Nano X with Ledger Live.

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2. Connect Your Hardware Wallet

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3. Copy the address given or scan the QR code and confirm on the device.

copy xrp address ledger live


4. On your exchange where you bought your coins, select the “send” option.

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5. There should be a field to input your wallet address copied in step 3. Paste it there.

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6. Confirm you want to send your coins.

After that, you should receive a confirmation with a transaction ID of some kind. Here is what that might look like.

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