Harmony (ONE) is supported by a growing number of wallets which allow for you to easily send your ONE tokens in a matter of seconds. Sending cryptocurrency has never been easier.
Where to Store Your Harmony (ONE) Tokens
Luckily, you have a few options for storing your ONE off of an exchange. This way, you can ensure you hold your private key and that it’s safe.
Remember: if you don’t have your keys, they’re not your coins. Try to keep them off exchanges so you have full control over your money.
Harmony’s Chrome Browser Extension
If you plan on delegating your ONE to validators, you are going to want to download and install Harmony’s own Chrome extension. Download it here.
After installed, you will want to click on the Harmony icon in your browser. You will then be given the option of creating a new wallet address or recovering your old one with a mnemonic phrase.
When creating a new address, you must choose your account name and password. Write down your seed phrase and password. You will need this to access and recover your address.
Trust Wallet is a mobile-only wallet which has support Harmony’s mainnet token since the beginning of the token swap. Available on both Android and iOS, go to your respective app store and download it.
Create your wallet and save the seed phrase. If you lose this, you won’t be able to access your funds. After saving your seed phrase, search for Harmony (ONE) from and select the mainnet token address.
Upon sending or receiving a transaction from Trust Wallet, you see the tx ID on the block explorer via a link provided in the wallet itself.
Math Wallet is a safe way to store your Harmony (ONE). It boasts a mobile version (iOS and Andriod), Chrome extension, web version, and hardware wallets. All of these are accessible on the wallet’s home page.
Again, remember to save your seed phrase when creating an address with Math Wallet.
Sprout by Sesameseed
The Sprout Wallet by Sesameseed is nifty because you can stake your Harmony (ONE) right in the wallet itself. Sprout is unique because you can stake not only Harmony, but also TRON (TRX) and Ontology (ONT and ONG). It’s also got a cool interface which feels smooth to use.
By staking on Sprout, you also earn SEED which is a staking token by itself. Holding SEED earns you more SEED. Therefore, Sprout Wallet promises to multiply returns through a multi-chain staking. Try out their sleek wallet and see for yourself.
Harmony can be stored on your Ledger Nano S. This hardware wallet makes it much harder for nefarious actors to steal your crypto-assets.
For more information on how to store your Harmony (ONE) tokens on your Ledger, please read the official guide here.
Safepal is another hardware wallet intended known for its high-grade security. It can be set up by following Harmony’s official guide.