What networks does Coinbase Wallet support?
Coinbase Wallet supports the Ethereum, Polygon, Bitcoin, Dogecoin, Litecoin, Stellar Lumens, and Ripple network.
Coinbase Wallet also supports the following ETH Layer-2 solutions:
Binance Smart Chain
What assets are supported on Coinbase Wallet?
Wallet supports all ERC-20 tokens (including USDC and DAI), BTC, BCH, LTC, XRP, XLM, and DOGE. To see all the supported ERC-20 tokens you can send and receive on Coinbase Wallet:
- Open the mobile app and tap Receive.
- Use the search bar to find a specific asset.
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.
What assets are available for crypto-to-crypto trading?
Currently, Coinbase Wallet’s in-app DEX (decentralized exchange) integration supports assets hosted on the Ethereum blockchain and Polygon network, so only Ethereum and Polygon-based assets are available for crypto-to-crypto conversions at this time.
Read more about converting your crypto on DEXes.
Can I trade assets on the Polygon network using the in-app DEX feature?
Yes, you can convert crypto on the Polygon network using our Coinbase Wallet extension and mobile app.
How do I change the default network in my Coinbase Wallet?
To change the default network:
Tap the in the mobile app.
Under Connections, tap Default network.
Select the desired network.
Once you change your default network, then you can start conducting transactions and accessing dapps on that network. Note that changing the default network in your mobile app will also change the network on your Coinbase Wallet extension. Learn more about connecting to DApps on the Polygon network.