Adastra Wallet

What is a non-custodial crypto wallet?

Unlike many wallets provided by exchanges, the Adastra Wallet is a non-custodial crypto wallet. This means that you, and only you, have access to your private keys and assets. You are in total control of your crypto. That also means not even Adastra has access to your funds, so make sure to securely back up your private keys.

Store securely

Secure assets with multi-sig and optional key encryption in Adastra’s non-custodial wallet. Seamlessly manage assets across platforms.

Use multi-factor security

Use multi-factor wallets to split payment authorization across up to 12 devices enhanced security.

How do I add funds to the Adastra Wallet?

Assets can be transferred from any wallet or bought directly in the Adastra Wallet app.

Buy and swap

Find competitive prices on Bitcoin, Dogecoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, XRP, ApeCoin and all major stablecoins. Adastra will partner with Simplex, Changelly and 1inch to make it easy to buy and swap. Easily buy crypto with credit and debit cards without leaving the app.

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