If you are looking for a wallet to send and receive L-BTC and other Liquid assets, you can select from the following options: Tip: Visit our video guide for how to set up a Liquid wallet in Blockstream Green or by using Blockstream Jade. Wallet Platforms Operating Systems Hardware Wallet Support Managed Assets Support AQUA Mobile iOS x x Blockstream Green Mobile & desktop iOS, Android, macOS, Windows, Linux ✓ ✓ Blockstream Jade Hardware* Android - x Coinos Web wallet** Any browser x x Elements Core Desktop macOS, Windows, Linux x x Ledger Nano S Hardware* macOS, Windows, Linux, iOS, Android - x Marina Browser extension (private beta) Chrome, Firefox x x *Blockstream Jade and Ledger Nano S must be used in combination with Blockstream Green **Coinos is a custodial wallet AQUA AQUA is a beginner-friendly Bitcoin and Liquid wallet with a simplified interface and feature catalog. AQUA is currently available on iOS, with Android support to be released soon. Blockstream Green Blockstream Green is a mobile wallet with various intermediate and advanced features, including multisig and Tor support. In addition to Bitcoin and Liquid assets, Blockstream Green also allows you to send and receive testnet bitcoin and Liquid Managed Assets. Blockstream Jade Blockstream Jade is a hardware wallet developed by Blockstream that allows you to store, send, and receive Bitcoin and Liquid assets. While Blockstream Jade is suitable for beginners, its open-source hardware and software provide additional customization options for advanced users. You currently require Blockstream Green to use Blockstream Jade. Coinos Coinos is a web wallet that offers interoperability across Bitcoin, the Lightning Network, and the Liquid Network. Anyone can download the code and host it on their server to set up wallet services, exchanges, or custodians. Ledger Nano S The Ledger Nano S is a popular hardware wallet developed by Ledger. You can store, send, and receive Liquid assets on your Ledger Nano S in combination with Blockstream Green. It is currently not possible to access your Liquid assets via Ledger's own wallet interface Ledger Live. Marina Marina (currently in private beta) is a browser extension that is compatible with Chrome and Firefox and can be used with third-party platforms such as SideShift AI and Liquiditi to auto-fill transactions or launch pop-up transaction confirmations. Marina further allows you to pay your Liquid Network fees in Liquid USDt rather than in L-BTC. Elements Core You can run Elements Core on your desktop device and set up your own Liquid full node which, in addition to providing you with a Liquid wallet, allows you to issue new Liquid assets, and peg-in L-BTC.