Guarda is a custody-free multiplatform cryptocurrency wallet with a user-friendly interface designed to store, manage, transfer, buy, exchange and receive digital assets. All the currencies can be purchased within the wallet with a bank card.
Guarda Wallet is non-custodial, and the user’s personal data or private keys are not stored by the company.
Support of 40+ blockchains and over 10 000 tokens
Full user control over private keys and assets
Credit/debit card cryptocurrency purchases
Built-in cryptocurrency exchange
Secure encryption algorithm (AES)
Guarda allows importing private keys either from its own wallets or from other exchange, mobile, desktop or web-based wallets. Also, it provides a dedicated menu option to connect to the Ledger Nano S hardware wallet. Once the interface is established, you can view all the transactions of your Ledger Nano S wallet from the Guarda wallet. Moreover, you can import your Ledger wallets into Guarda.
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Company behind Guarda
Established in 2017 in the European Union, the company behind Guarda wallet, has made steady progress towards their goal of creating blockchain-related products. The company has acquired a Financial Intelligence Unit License (FIU) which enables them to exchange cryptocurrency against fiat currencies while complying with all relevant laws.
Since their inception, they’ve created about 10 different products, most of them wallets, but also exchanges, crypto purchase processing solutions, token generators, and even prepaid debit cards. In addition, they’ve also incorporated support for hardware wallets into their services.
The company seems to be doing well; working diligently to outperform their competition and earning a lot of press credit and mentions along the way.
List of supported cryptocurrencies at the time of writing: