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How to set up a non-custodial wallet

First off, there are many non-custodial wallets that exist right now with many more to come. We have a list of our favorites, but you are free to choose your own options. Just keep the general rules of non-custodial wallets in mind. Let’s get started:

MetaMask

Probably the most popular wallet. It has both: a browser extension and mobile apps. Every dApp supports MetaMask, so this could be your go to option. Metamask supports all networks where Mover is available on.

You can download the wallet on the official website.

And here is the official set up guide:

Coinbase Wallet

We like this wallet because it has both: a browser extension and mobile apps. It’s also created by a reputable organization - Coinbase. The downside is that it doesn’t support all networks that Mover does.

You can download the wallet on the official website.

And here is the official set up guide:

Trust Wallet

Trust Wallet is one of the most popular mobile wallets. To summarise it: it just works, and that is all you need.

You can download the wallet on the official website.

And here is the official set up guide.

Frame

Frame is the new wallet. It is focused on enhanced compatibility and native DeFi integrations. Frame is developed by crypto enthusiasts and is very serious about privacy. We like it because of the browser injection option that allows you to run your wallet on a Mac or Windows as an application, rather than browser extension.

You can download the wallet on the official website.

And here is the official set up guide.