How to manually add tokens to the Trust wallet?

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How to manually add tokens to the Trust wallet?

This article will show you how to manually add ERC20 tokens to the Trust wallet. Trust wallet is a mobile-only wallet that holds a range of cryptocurrencies.

Trust supports many different platforms, not only ERC20. The process of adding custom coins is the same for different platforms bar one difference, which I will point out when we reach that step in the process.

The platforms (types of coins) Trust supports are:

  • Ethereum (ETH), including ERC20, ERC223 tokens. You can see the list of supported tokens on etherscan.io
  • Bitcoin (BTC) (only on iOS)
  • Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
  • Litecoin (LTC)
  • Ethereum Classic (ETC)
  • POA Network (POA)
  • Callisto (CLO)
  • GoChain (GO)
  • VeChain (VET and VTHO), including staking
  • Wanchain (WAN)
  • Tron (TRX), including TRX10 tokens
  • ICON (ICX)
  • TomoChain (TOMO)

 

1.

First, we start on the main account screen of Trust wallet, in the top-right hand corner of the screen you will see a + symbol.

 

2.

When you select the + it will take you to the token screen. This is where you can create and delete wallets for all the major coins. Any token not displayed on this screen that is supported by Trust wallet (ERC20 etc.) can be added by selecting the + again in the top-right corner.

 

 

3.

That will take you to the “Add Custom Token” page, all the information for the Custom Token you are adding can be found online (on the coin/token website or Etherscan.io for most ethereum based coins).

 

 

4.

If you click Network, Trust wallet will display the list below showing the supported networks. Select the one that your custom token/coin is on (usually ERC20/Ethereum).

 

 

5.

Fill out the remainder of the information, this is unique to the coin you are wanting to add to your Trust wallet. Crypterium is used here as an example. The picture immediately below is the information about the token found on Etherscan. You can see the Contract address and Decimal information.

 

 

 

6.

Select done, and your custom token will be added to your Token list and main wallet screen. It should now be ready to use.

 

    

 

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