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This page serves as a resource for using Polygon compatible wallets which have key management and interfaces that allow users to perform chain actions and sign transactions, such as sending assets.

If you are new to the concepts and terminology of wallets, start at the wallet basics section of this page. You can browse through the many third-party wallets that support Polygon chains or, if you already have Polygon networks in your wallet of choice, check out Polygon’s native asset management solution Polygon Portal.

Centralized Exchanges (CEXs)

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

Wallet basics

Comprehensive information and guides on wallets, including what a wallet is, how to use it, types of wallets, and key terminology can be found on’s wallet documentation page.

Important wallet safety information

You are responsible for keeping your keys safe and secure. There are many scams and pitfalls in managing your wallet and protecting it from malicious situations where bad actors try to compromise your wallet. documentation has a how to stay safe section on their wallet documentation page (scroll to the middle of the page) referenced in the screenshot below. It includes some tips and links to more comprehensive articles. how to stay safe

There are companion plugins for wallets that help detect, warn, and prevent malicious wallet scams and transactions. Visit the wallet security tools section on the Alchemy website. Look for the Wallet Security Tools tag for tools you can use to protect your wallet.

Wallet safety

The official Polygon Support cannot provide assistance for stolen wallet assets and third-party wallet security plugins/software. Do your own research and be cautious.

Third party wallets


Some third party wallets may not have Polygon networks natively as an option in their blockchain network selection. It is easy to fix this by using Chainlist. Search for the Polygon network you want to add to your wallet, and click the Connect Wallet button. More information and an example of adding a mainnet or testnet Polygon chain using Chainlist MetaMask wallet can be found here.

Third-party wallets

Do your own due diligence before using third party wallets. The official Polygon Support cannot provide assistance for issues with these wallets or other non-native wallets.’s wallet documentation page has a comprehensive page of different wallets you can select from. There are many options to filter the list to find a wallet that is right for you including:

  • Device type: browser plugin, desktop, mobile, or hardware wallet.
  • Security: open source, personal ownership/custody of your wallet.
  • Language support: filter by your preferred language.

Be sure to select Layer 2 on the Filter menu on the left side of the page to list wallets that are compatible with Polygon networks. Wallet List

Polygon portal

The Polygon Portal is a comprehensive solution for account management on Polygon.

The Portal can be used to perform a variety of tasks, such as:

  • Bridge your assets via the Polygon native bridge and a variety of third-party bridges.
  • View your assets and token lists.
  • Use the refuel gas feature to purchase MATIC or ETH for gas on the destination chain.
  • Swap assets with third-party DEXs.

For more details on what features Polygon Portal offers, and how-to guides, visit the Polygon Portal documentation page.