CoreLedger does not store any of our users’ private keys, so we have no control over any assets. In general, all blockchain transactions on TEOS smart contracts are independent from CoreLedger, and we have no control over whether a transaction takes place or not.
For transaction signing and for storing tokens, you can choose from among several different tools, including both hardware HD wallets (e.g. Ledger Nano) and software wallets/tools, such as TX.Mobile. A plethora of third-party solutions, such as ERC-20 wallets, are also compatible with CoreLedger technology thanks to the Premium Token Extension.