Online Bitcoin and
Litecoin Wallet

Jubiter is a next generation crypto wallet designed for convenience, affordability, and security. Our
online multi cryptocurrency wallet is the go-to for LTC and BTC users. Combining a Bitcoin and Litecoin
wallet from a single access point, Jubiter is an obvious choice.



Jubiter Provides You with

Top Cryptocurrency Wallets

The best wallet for cryptocurrency has secure storage. Jubiter offers the most secure cryptocurrency wallet using cold storage for a secure crypto wallet.

Secure Storage

Our online cryptocurrency wallet is the most secure, convenient, digital currency wallet available. We offer a Bitcoin wallet and a Litecoin wallet under a single account.

Desktop Cryptocurrency Wallets

Jubiter offers the best crypto wallet. Our desktop cryptocurrency wallet provides online instant access to your BTC from anywhere in the world.

Mobile Crypto Wallets

Our mobile crypto wallet is both android and iOS compatible, giving you access to the world’s best cryptocurrency wallets from anywhere, at any time.


Global Coverage

The Jubiter exchange gives you global coverage around the clock with our worldwide, multi-cryptocurrency wallet for BTC, LTC, and altcoins.


Quick and Secure Transactions

The Jubiter cryptocurrency wallet boasts state of the art security and a fast verification process to ensure an efficient, user-friendly experience.


Cryptocurrency Wallets FAQ

  • What is a crypto wallet?

    A cryptocurrency wallet is a secure account used to store, send, receive, and spend digital assets like Bitcoin.

    Wallets can either be “hot” (on devices that access the internet) or “cold” (on devices that remain offline). While cold wallets are considered the most secure, hot wallets offer more accessibility and faster transactions due to their ease of connectivity. Wallets may also be software-based (such as the Jubiter wallet, accessed via the web or an app) or hardware-based (such as the Ledger Wallet). While many hot wallets are custodial (meaning the service provider stores the digital coins on behalf of the user), many wallets, both hot and cold are managed by the user.

    Each wallet has one or more public addresses used to identify it on the public ledger and a private address, unique to the user, that remains a secret.

    Many cryptocurrency exchanges have their own native wallet. In addition, there are numerous standalone wallets. Typically, wallets are designed for one specific cryptocurrency. In the case of the Jubiter wallet, users are able to manage BTC, LTC, and other altcoins from a single point of access either online, or via a mobile app.

  • Do I need different wallets for different cryptocurrencies on

    No. Jubiter is a universal cryptocurrency wallet designed to allow access to multiple different cryptocurrencies from a single address. We currently support Bitcoin and Litecoin and will continue to add altcoins to meet demand and according to feasibility. Users can login using one set of private keys from any computer or smart phone and view, exchange, buy, or sell cryptos from a single dashboard. Each cryptocurrency is held in its own independent purse (and stored for the most part offline in cold storage while held by Jubiter). For the user, the access from one to the next is straightforward and effortless.

  • How do I get a Bitcoin wallet?

    These days, getting started with Bitcoin is much easier than it used to be. Below is a step by step guide on how to create a Bitcoin wallet and to begin buying, selling, or exchanging digital assets.

    1. Choose a wallet type and provider

    First determine whether you want to keep your Bitcoin in a hardware wallet (such as a Ledger Nano or a Trezor wallet) or a software-based wallet such as Jubiter. We have plenty of information available in our knowledge base to help you make an informed decision. Availing yourself of Google will also help you make your choice. Once you have narrowed it down to a wallet type, choose a provider and follow the instructions available on their website or product. The remaining steps are going to look something like the following:

    2. Set up an account

    Each wallet provider will require different information (some require more personal information than others) and will have its own specific signup process. Most should take a matter of moments.

    3. Choose a password

    Your password will give you access to your private and public keys. The private key is the unique information that only you will have in order to access your funds. Your public key is the address you will use to send and receive funds on the blockchain. Any good wallet provider will have Login Guard and two-factor authentication to ensure the account is secure at the point of access. Most Bitcoin accounts will not allow you to reset your password or access it if you lose it. You must not lose your password.

    4. Buy Bitcoin from an exchange or receive funds from another user

    Once you buy or receive your first funds you will have an active Bitcoin account. You can then buy, sell, or store your BTC. You can also exchange it for other digital assets such as LTC.

  • What is the best cryptocurrency wallet?

    Finding the best crypto wallet for you depends on several factors. You first need to determine what it is you’re looking for. Most of the below comes down to the one central question at the center of any decision about cryptocurrency wallets: Are you concerned primarily with security or accessibility? In other words, is the wallet chiefly for secure storage or for easy access to buy, sell, and exchange cryptocurrencies? Security is of course, crucial. Regardless of your priorities, the wallet should adhere to the highest cryptography standards and data protection should be central to their approach. Accessibility is also very important for anyone who will use the wallet regularly.

    Here are some other key considerations:

    • 1. Do you want to hold onto your cryptos in a secure environment for a long time or have easy daily access for transactions? How often you want to access the wallet will determine whether you choose a cold storage hardware wallet, which is best for safe long term keeping, or an online hot wallet, which is quick and easy to access and use, but less ideal for long term storage.
    • 2. How important to you is anonymity? Cold hardware wallets such as the Ledger or Trezor are typically the most anonymous. However, if you aren’t as concerned with anonymity, many users find wallets directly connected to exchanges like Coinbase or Jubiter much more convenient.
    • 3. Are you experienced with digital assets or do you need to find the best cryptocurrency wallet for beginners? Some wallets, particularly cold storage options, require some basic knowledge of cryptography and blockchain. These options are better for users with experience. Beginners will find a multi-cryptocurrency wallet with simple access via internet or mobile app much more intuitive.
    • 4. Do you want a multi-currency wallet or are you interested in only one cryptocurrency? Most wallets are designed to be used with only one cryptocurrency. Some, such as Jubiter’s, are compatible with more than one. For users who know they will only use one crypto and who are not interested in exchanging between two or more, a single asset wallet is the most straightforward. If you are not sure, you probably want a multi-cryptocurrency wallet.
  • Can I switchover my BTC or LTC wallet for a Jubiter multi-crypto wallet?

    Yes, absolutely.

    To transfer either BTC or LTC into a Jubiter multi-crypto wallet, you first need to open a Jubiter wallet (which can be done in a matter of minutes). You then simply access your existing Bitcoin or Litecoin wallet and transfer the funds therein to your new wallet address attached to your Jubiter account. Both LTC and BTC can be transferred to the same Jubiter wallet. It is up to you whether or not you close the pre-existing account. Once in your Jubiter account, you will be able to view and manage each of your cryptocurrency balances separately, from a single dashboard.

  • What is a cold storage crypto wallet? Does Jubiter provide a cold wallet?

    The short answer is, yes, Jubiter offers cold storage. Let’s take a look first at what cold storage is, then discuss how Jubiter’s storage works.

    Cold storage refers to crypto wallets that hold cryptocurrencies offline, meaning on devices that never access the internet. This is the most effective way to keep digital assets away from potential hackers. This can be done either by the individual user—for instance, by keeping cryptocurrencies on a hardware wallet—or by a wallet provider on behalf of the user. Custodial cold storage typically means that the data attached to stored digital assets is kept on offline hardware, in secret locations—typically in vaults. The downside to cold storage is that funds are not as accessible for transactions. For this reason, many wallet providers, Jubiter included, keep a small portion of users’ funds in hot storage for easy access.

    Jubiter keeps 97% of all user funds in secure offline cold storage. The remaining roughly 3% is kept online to facilitate easy access for day to day transactions. All funds stored with Jubiter—and this should be a must with any custodial wallet provider—are guaranteed against loss or theft.


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