CAT is an ERC20 token, which means they are part of the Ethereum Blockchain. To store your CAT tokens safely, look for Ethereum wallet services that support ERC20 tokens.
There are a number of wallet options available, including:
- ... and more.
There are a number of advantages for each wallet type, so in the end, it's up to the user to choose a solution that works best for them. As a general rule of thumb, we recommend you always use a wallet that you own the private keys for, such as a paper wallet, or a hardware wallet. Avoid storing CAT on an exchange for any prolonged duration.
We've compiled a few resources* that explain the various wallet types in detail below:
- A Beginner’s Guide: Set up a Wallet to Securely Store Your Ethereum and ICO Tokens
- Best Ethereum Wallets 2018: Hardware vs Software vs Paper
- The Top 10 Best Ethereum Wallets (2018 Edition)
*Note: We are not affiliated with the above articles in any way, and we cannot verify the accuracy and legitimacy of their contents. Please do your own research before choosing a wallet.