Ecosystem & Providers


Wallets are essential for managing assets and interacting with the Sei blockchain. There are various types of wallets available, each offering different features and levels of security.

Types of Wallets

  1. Software Wallets: These are applications or browser extensions that manage private keys and interact with the blockchain. They are easy to use and accessible on both desktop and mobile devices.
  2. Hardware Wallets: These are physical devices that securely store private keys offline. They provide enhanced security but are less convenient for frequent transactions.
  3. Passkey-based Wallets: These wallets use passkeys for authentication instead of traditional seed phrases, offering an additional layer of security.

Recommended Wallets

WalletEVM SupportCosmos SupportAuthentication MethodCoin TypeTypeMobile SupportLink
CompassSeed Phrase118SoftwareCompass Wallet (opens in a new tab)
FinSeed Phrase118SoftwareFin Wallet (opens in a new tab)
SeifPasskey118SoftwareSeif Wallet (opens in a new tab)
MetaMaskSeed Phrase60SoftwareMetaMask (opens in a new tab)
Ledger (via Compass)Hardware118HardwareLedger (opens in a new tab)

For more information on coin types and hierarchical deterministic (HD) paths, please refer to the Advanced Concepts on HD Path Coin Types.

Other Wallets

There are several other wallets that support the Sei blockchain, particularly those designed for the Cosmos ecosystem. These wallets offer robust features and seamless integration with Cosmos-based networks, including Sei.

WalletEVM SupportCosmos SupportAuthentication MethodCoin TypeTypeMobile SupportLink
LeapSeed Phrase118SoftwareLeap Wallet (opens in a new tab)
KeplrSeed Phrase118SoftwareKeplr Wallet (opens in a new tab)

These additional wallets provide users with more options to manage their Sei assets, ensuring flexibility and convenience based on their preferences.