This android-only wallet has a lot of privacy features that can't really be found elsewhere, such as paynyms so you do not have to share sensitive on chain/balance information with your recipient. They allow you to run your own node (Dojo) so you don't have to share your sensitive transaction data with their servers.
This is an advanced wallet similar to electrum, that also now lets you integrate into whirlpool too. In addition, they just added bip47 paynym support. Works across platforms.
This is a great mobile bitcoin wallet that is easy to use with clean a user interface. Setting up a multi-sig wallet in it is intuitive with the cameras on mobile devices. Can also connect to your own node for more privacy.
This is a consumer friendly bitcoin company that operates similarly to pay as you go mobile data. While most bitcoiners thus far are from rich western nations, there are still billions of people around the world that live in much different conditions who could also benefit from saving in the hardest money ever. Users simply purchase bitcoin vouchers, similar to a lottery ticket, with a qr code on them that they can scan into any bitcoin wallet they wish, with blue wallet being a popular choice.
This is the first wallet that has really figured out what the user experience should look like to onboard new bitcoiners. It simplifies the layer one and layer two functionality so it all looks like bitcoin, rather than having separate interfaces for base layer bitcoin and another interface just for lightning. It also doesn't force a user to write down their seed right away which is stressful right off the bat.
This software is one of the earliest bitcoin wallets and overall they have had a solid track record (don't use older versions than 3.3.4). It is best to run your own electrum server for additional privacy.
This is a live, private operating system that is booted off a flash drive. Includes Tor, pgp, and electrum by default.
The reference architecture. This is the most tested bitcoin software. It is a full node by default, and requires a lot of hard drive space and bandwidth to get started. If you have an old computer, simply wiping it and installing linux with just bitcoin core would turn it into a very secure bitcoin setup.
If you have sensitive information that you do not want anyone else to see besides the destination, pgp is an essential tool for any sovereign individual. Note the mail feature costs money after the free trial so I would just disable it upon initial install. This is for the keychain/key management aspect.
If you run your own lightning node, this software is easy to use and the user interface is perfect.
This is the first application that has started the "infrastructure inversion" that Andreas mentioned years ago. It uses the bitcoin network to send fiat from peer to peer. This can be used for remittance, payments, whatever. It is all the same thing to it, just a QR code. Many people have no bank account and this is essentially a quasi-bank that runs on bitcoin that the normie banks can't compete with in terms of speed, price, user interface, anything. Bullish on Jack and team.
This open source payment software can be used for merchants, fundraising campaigns, etc. It can be ran on your own node or can be hosted somewhere.