Supported networks on Coinbase Wallet
Coinbase Wallet supports Ethereum, Solana, and all EVM-compatible networks in both the mobile app and browser extension. Coinbase Wallet comes with the following networks already configured, however you can add other EVM-compatible networks manually as well:
In addition to supporting Ethereum and all EVM-compatible networks, the mobile app also supports Bitcoin, Dogecoin and Litecoin.
Supported assets on Coinbase Wallet
Coinbase Wallet supports thousands of tokens, including all ERC-20 tokens and all tokens on EVM-compatible chains, such as Avalanche C-Chain and Polygon.
This includes stablecoins (like USDC and DAI) on all of Coinbase Wallet’s supported networks. Coinbase Wallet also supports tokens hosted on the Solana Network.
View supported assets on the Coinbase Wallet mobile app
To see all the supported ERC-20 tokens you can send and receive:
Open the Coinbase Wallet mobile app and tap Receive.
Use the search bar to find a specific asset.
Make sure you choose the correct asset before using the corresponding wallet address.
Note that BTC and DOGE all have different addresses than your primary Ethereum and EVM-compatible address.
Assets available for crypto-to-crypto trading
Currently, Coinbase Wallet’s in-app DEX (decentralized exchange) integration for both the mobile app and browser extension supports assets hosted on the BNB Chain, Ethereum blockchain, Avalanche C-Chain, and Polygon network. So, only BNB Chain, Ethereum, Avalanche C-Chain, and Polygon-based assets are available for crypto-to-crypto conversions at this time.
Read more about converting your crypto on DEXs.
Send funds between Coinbase Wallet and Coinbase.com
If you link your Coinbase.com account to your Coinbase Wallet, you can buy or transfer crypto from your Coinbase account to your Coinbase Wallet. Keep in mind that the supported crypto on Coinbase Wallet may not be available for buying and selling on Coinbase.com and vice versa.
Note: Sending funds between your Coinbase.com account and Coinbase Wallet takes place on the blockchain and is subject to standard network fees.