A hardware wallet is more secure than a desktop wallet.
These wallets are pieces of hardware, external devices such as USB sticks that you can carry with you.
An additional advantage of the hardware wallet is the complete anonymity with which you can make transactions.
There is no personal information related to the hardware, so there is no identifying information that could be leaked. Hardware wallets are resistant to malware, and if you accidentally lose your wallet, you will be able to recover the funds using an opening phrase.
On the other hand, if you lose your hardware wallet, there is no other way to recover your bitcoins.
The paper wallet is also a relatively secure way to store bitcoin, although it requires a slightly broader understanding of how digital currencies work.
Generate a paper wallet online using any number of specialized websites, or generate the wallet offline for even greater security.
Paper wallets are easy to store because they don’t take up much space, and they also offer real anonymity: they are just bitcoin seeds written in some way on a piece of paper.