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This section serves as a wallet index for wallets compatible with Polygon.

Please note that this is not an exhaustive index.

Wallets that support Polygon allow for key management, access to accounts controlled by private keys, and interfaces that allow users to perform chain actions and sign transactions.

Centralized Exchanges (CEXs)

For a list of CEXs that support Polygon, visit a third-party tracking website such as CoinMarketCap.

Native wallets

The Polygon Wallet Suite is a comprehensive solution for account management on Polygon.

It includes:

  • A portfolio view to check balances on Polygon chains.
  • A bridge for transferring assets between Polygon PoS and Ethereum.
  • A swap feature for swapping between tokens.
  • A token mapper for mapping tokens between Polygon and Ethereum.
  • A faucet for obtaining free test tokens.
  • A safe bridge for securely bridging between Polygon and Ethereum.
  • A bridge explorer for checking bridging transactions.
  • Staking options to secure the Polygon PoS by staking MATIC tokens.
  • A bridge for transferring assets between Polygon zkEVM and Ethereum.
  • A zkEVM explorer for block explorer and analytics.
  • Access to ecosystem dApps.

Polygon support can also provide assistance to users and address issues related to the wallet suite.

Interfaces Custody Account Type Multi-Sig dApp Browser Platform
Polygon Wallet Suite non-custodial EOA yes (Safe Bridge) yes browser
Hermez Wallet non-custodial EOA no no browser

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Partner wallets

Third-party wallets

These third-party wallets have integrated Polygon and support a variety of features. You should do your own due diligence before using them. The official Polygon Support cannot provide assistance for issues with these wallets or other non-native wallets.

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The following wallets are solutions that Polygon Technology has partnered with:

Wallet Custody Account Type Multi-Sig NFT dApp Browser Bridge Support Fiat On-Ramp Platforms
1inch non-custodial EOA no interface yes yes yes mobile
Alpha Wallet non-custodial EOA no interface yes yes yes mobile, api/sdk
Atomic Wallet* non-custodial EOA no no no no yes mobile, desktop, api/sdk
Ambire non-custodial smart contract no interface no yes yes browser
BitKeep non-custodial EOA no interface yes yes yes mobile, browser extension
Bitski custodial EOA no interface no yes no browser, api/sdk
Coin Wallet non-custodial EOA no no no no yes mobile, browser, desktop
Coin98 non-custodial EOA no interface yes yes yes mobile, browser, api/sdk
Coinbase hybrid EOA no interface yes yes yes mobile, browser, api/sdk
CypherD non-custodial EOA no yes yes yes yes mobile
D’Cent hybrid EOA no interface yes yes no mobile
Exodus non-custodial EOA no yes no no yes mobile, desktop
Gnosis Safe non-custodial smart contract yes interface no no no mobile, browser, desktop, api/sdk
Guarda non-custodial EOA no no no yes yes mobile, browser, desktop
Huobi non-custodial EOA no yes yes yes no mobile
Ledger non-custodial EOA no interface no no yes hardware, mobile, desktop
Loopring non-custodial smart contract no no no no no mobile, api/sdk
Magic* custodial EOA no no no mobile, browser, api/sdk
MathWallet custodial EOA no no no yes yes mobile, browser, api/sdk
MetaMask* non-custodial EOA no interface yes no no mobile, browser, api/sdk
Multis* non-custodial EOA no no no yes mobile, desktop
MyEtherWallet* non-custodial EOA no interface no yes mobile
Omni non-custodial EOA no interface no yes mobile, api/sdk
Opera Crypto Browser* non-custodial EOA no support yes mobile, browser
Paraswap Multichain Wallet* non-custodial EOA no support yes Apple iOS
Pillar non-custodial EOA no interface no yes mobile
Rainbow non-custodial EOA no interface yes no mobile, api/sdk
SafePal non-custodial EOA no no yes yes hardware, mobile, api/sdk
Sequence non-custodial smart contract no interface no browser, api/sdk
SimpleHold non-custodial EOA yes no no yes mobile, api/sdk
TokenPocket non-custodial EOA no support yes yes yes mobile, browser, api/sdk
Torus non-custodial EOA yes support no no no browser, api/sdk
Trezor non-custodial EOA no support no hardware, mobile
Trust Wallet non-custodial EOA no support yes yes mobile
Unstoppable non-custodial EOA no yes yes no mobile, api/sdk
Venly hybrid smart contract no interface no browser, api/sdk
Wirex* non-custodial EOA yes no no mobile
XDeFi non-custodial EOA no interface no no no browser
Zerion non-custodial EOA no yes yes yes mobile, browser
Particle Network non-custodial hybrid no yes yes yes yes mobile, browser, api/sdk

Non-native wallet support

Wallets denoted with * in the table above are not natively supported with the wallet software and require manual steps to add the Polygon network.

Key management strategy

The following basic steps allow for the integration of a client-side application with Polygon:

  1. Set up Web3: web3.js is a javascript library that allows a client-side application to talk to the blockchain. We configure web3.js to communicate via a developer-based wallet like MetaMask. Use the web3.js docs to learn about adding web3.js to your project.
  2. Set up an account: You will be able to send transactions (specifically those that alter the state of the blockchain).
  3. Instantiate contracts: Once a web3 object is in place, we next instantiate our deployed contract, with which we interact.
  4. Call functions: Fetch data via functions in the contract through our contract object.

Last update: December 22, 2023
Authors: kmurphypolygon (59.82%), Nadim Kobeissi (40.18%)