# Managing assets
Many interactions with the Filecoin network require FIL to process. This page explains the different denominations of FIL, how to store it, and how to aquire it.
# Denominations of Filecoin
Much like how a US penny represents a fraction of a US dollar, there are many ways to represent value using Filecoin. This is because some actions on the Filecoin network require substantially less value than 1 whole
FIL. The different denominations of
Wallets allow you to manage your assets without having to deal with a Filecoin node directly.
|Glif web wallet||Supports sending & receiving FIL. Can be integrated with a Ledger hardware device.||Yes|
|FilSnap MetaMask plugin||MetaMask has a plugin system called Snaps (opens new window). This system is currently in beta.||No|
|Filfox wallet (opens new window)||A browser-based wallet.||Unknown|
|FilWallet.ai (opens new window)||A desktop wallet aimed largely at the Asia Pacific market.||Unknown|
|ImToken (opens new window)||A multi-currency wallet.||Unknown|
|MathWallet (opens new window)||A multi-currency wallet.||Unknown|
|Trust wallet||A multi-currency wallet. This is the official wallet of Binance.||Unknown|
A cryptocurrency exchange, or a digital currency exchange, is a business that allows customers to trade cryptocurrencies or digital currencies for other assets, such as conventional fiat money or other digital currencies. _ - Wikipedia (opens new window).
The number of exchanges that let users trade
FIL is growing every day. You can view an up-to-date list of all exchanges trading FIL at coinmarketcap.com (opens new window).