How to operate your Grin coins
There are two major operations you can do with cryptocurrencies, excluding the mining or staking process. These are storing and exchanging. Without wallets and support from exchanges, every cryptocurrency is close to being useless. That’s why it’s so important at every project’s start to ensure the collaboration and support from these types of services.
In the case of Grin cryptocurrency, there were no problems with this at the beginning. At the very beginning, this coin showed a relatively high interest from the community and crypto-related services, such as various types of wallets and exchanges. Grin was a thing that people wanted and waited for a while, and the community around it got some to prepare for its launch.
Today, Grin is supported by a large number of top-tier wallets and exchanges. You can find the list of the most trustworthy and popular services below.
At the moment, there are only two wallets supporting the storing of Grin — Grin Wallet, made by the developers team itself, which is one of the most natural ways to store and operate Grin. The second one — Superlinear — an open-source wallet, created within the Grin community, which includes more features than just a wallet, it is also a messaging app.
However, there are a few more wallets, which are being worked on or at least announced, that plan to add support for Grin coin. For example, Lumi Wallet already asked its users whether they want Grin to be supported, or not.
There is a significant number of exchanges, that support various trading pairs for Grin including:
- Poloniex (GRIN/BTC)
- Bittrex (GRIN/BTC, GRIN/USDT)
- HitBTC (GRIN/BTC, GRIN/ETH, GRIN/USDT)
- Gate.io (GRIN/BTC, GRIN/ETH, GRIN/USDT)
- Codex (GRIN/BTC, GRIN/USDT)
And many others. You are free to choose the one you like or trust more and use it to exchange your Grin coins.