A Bitcoin wallet is not limited to one type. Therefore, if you are going to get one for yourself, firstly it is important to know if you are comfortable storing your bitcoins online or offline. For each preference, there is a type of wallet. Bitcoin wallets can be categorized into three types - hardware, software, and paper. Hardware - A hardware wallet stores a user’s public address and private key on a physical device like a USB. A user can gain access to their Bitcoins by plugging in their wallet to a computer or any other internet-connected device. Transactions occur online but the private and public keys are stored offline. You can buy a hardware device online, but it might take a while as they are in high demand. Software - Software wallets are basically wallets that exist on a website (online) with the keys stored on the cloud, as an app on a smartphone (mobile) or on a private computer (desktop). Software wallets are easily downloadable from the internet. Paper wallets - A paper wallet is a piece of paper that has the public address and private keys printed on them. Users can use a paper wallet to transfer funds from/to their software wallets. With all these options, you can use a wallet that will suit your needs. Keep in mind that security is key. Be wary of scammers who will swindle your funds and disappear. Always consult, research, and be prudent before you store all your funds in your wallet.