Multi-currency wallet offers customization with different skins
Exodus is a multi-currency wallet and can hold various types of coins and assets. The setup process is very simple. Like Jaxx, you create a 12 word ‘master seed’ which you can write down and use to restore your wallet if you’re no longer able to access the original. (Incidentally, if you’ve previously created a master seed using Jaxx, Exodus can restore these too). Once setup is complete, Exodus will also prompt you to choose a password to protect your wallet.
Your digital assets are shown in a user-friendly pie chart. Unlike the other wallets we’ve discussed here, you can also choose different ‘skins’ to make your client easier on the eye. Use the localization settings to change the default currency (USD) to your home currency if necessary.
The wallet software also supports exchanging crypto-assets and currencies using Shapeshift, and even lists the percentages of assets you hold as part of your ‘portfolio’. Sadly Dogecoin is no longer supported.
Exodus is also not 100% open source. The company claims on its website that doing so would give away trade secrets and make it easier for hackers to create bootleg versions of its wallets. In light of this, if you use Exodus you’ll have to trust that there are no undisclosed security bugs or backdoors built into the software.