This method provides a reasonable balance of security and convenience. It involves installing the polkadot.js plugin and using it as a “virtual vault," separate from your browser, to store your private keys. It also allows signing of transactions and similar functionality. It is still running on the same computer you use to connected to the internet with and thus is less secure than using Parity Signer or other air-gapped protocols.Visit Website
Wallets that support Ethereum (ETH) such as Ledger and Trezor also support any ERC-20 token (token built on top of Ethereum such as AAVE, YFI or USDC). Not every ERC0-20 token will be listed below.