I have had EOS coins for quite a while now, but I confess that I’ve left them on the exchange where I bought them. That’s not my normal MO. I actually only have 2 other coins left on exchange, BNB, which is used to pay fees, and another coin I’m waiting to sell that’s in a limit order.
Why the exception for EOS?
Well when I first bought it the ICO was still going on, and as an American who is not an accredited investor, I simply could not get past the filters on the site that blocked me from even reaching the page to register a wallet address. With the swap quickly approaching and knowing it was supported on Binance, I decided to just leave the coins there.
I had been content to keep doing that, because I seem to still get airdropped coins in my Binance account. But then joining here yesterday and seeing there is reason to have my own EOS wallet, I’m trying to do that.
So now I’m just trying to figure out which one to use. I’m not a technical person, so there need to be nothing like command line prompts involved, LOL.
I have a ledger device and know they support Fairy Wallet, including providing a link to a github page. But now I’m also hearing about EOS wallets like Greymass (which seems to also have voting) and Scatter (which works in the browser).
I’m guessing they all support airdrops equally, but do they?
What EOS wallet do you use? (And are you more technical or needing a good GUI?)
Thanks in advance for what you can share. I’d like to get this sorted and set up today. Even if I didn’t need to link to my own wallet on here, it really is just good practice not to leave one’s coins on exchanges.