How do I add a custom token?

Everything you need to know about adding custom tokens on different networks.

Custom tokens can be sent, received, and safely stored in your Exodus wallet!


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Which custom tokens does Exodus support?

Custom tokens are supported on multiple networks in Exodus. You can see which networks are supported on each platform in the table below.

Network Desktop Mobile Web3 Wallet
Ethereum Yes Yes Yes
Solana Yes Yes Yes
Algorand Yes Yes Yes
Polygon Yes Yes Yes
BNB Smart Chain Yes Yes Yes
Fantom Yes Yes Yes
Avalanche C-Chain Yes Yes Yes

How do I add custom tokens to my wallet?

Web3 Wallet

In Exodus Web3 Wallet, you can add custom tokens on Ethereum, Solana, and other supported networks. Here's how you can add a custom token to your Web3 Wallet.

If you restore your wallet using your 12-word secret recovery phrase or sync your wallet to another device, you might need to add custom tokens to your wallet again.

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To add a custom token, open the Web3 Wallet and a) click the Profile icon, then b) click Assets.

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Next, you can a) use the search bar to search for custom tokens by name. To enable an asset, b) click the asset you want to enable, and you will see a blue checkmark indicating that you have enabled the asset.

If your search returns no results, continue to Step 3 to add a token by its contract address.

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If your search in Step 2 has returned no results, you'll need to find the token contract address by following these guides:

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To add a custom token by contract address, click the Add Custom Token icon in the top right corner.

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Click on the dropdown arrow to select the network of the token you want to add.

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You can then add a custom token by entering the contract address found in Step 3.

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When you have entered the token details, click Continue.

Before you can receive an Algorand token, you have to opt in and enable it. To see how, visit: How do I opt in and enable Algorand tokens on the Web3 Wallet?

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Click Add token. The token will be added to your wallet. You will now be able to send and receive the custom token from your Web3 Wallet.


Desktop

In Exodus Desktop, you can add custom tokens on Ethereum, Solana, and other supported networks. Here's how you can add a custom token to your desktop wallet.

If you restore your desktop wallet using your 12-word secret recovery phrase, or sync your desktop wallet to another device, you might need to add custom tokens to your wallet again.

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To add a custom token, open Exodus Desktop and click on the Settings icon.

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a) Click on the Assets tab at the top of your wallet. On the right-hand side of your wallet, b) click on the More menu, then c) click on Add Custom Token.

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a) Click on the dropdown arrow to select the network, then b) click Search.

Before you can receive an Algorand token, you have to opt in and enable it. To see how, visit: How do I opt in and enable Algorand tokens on Desktop?

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You can then search for the custom token by name. If no token is found, you can copy and paste the token contract address by following these guides:

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Once you've found the token you would like to add, either by searching the name or pasting in the token contract address, click on the token.

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To add the custom token to your wallet, click Add Token.

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You will now be able to send and receive the custom token you added. However, you can't exchange these tokens in the in-app exchange.


Mobile

In Exodus Mobile, you can add custom tokens on Ethereum, Solana, and other supported networks. Here's how you can add a custom token.

If you restore your mobile wallet using your 12-word secret recovery phrase, perform a mobile refresh, or sync your mobile wallet to another device, you might need to add custom tokens to your wallet again.

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To add a custom token, open Exodus Mobile, a) tap the Menu icon, then b) tap Assets.

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a) Tap on the Advanced Options icon in the top right corner, then b) tap on Add Custom Token.

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a) Tap on the dropdown arrow to select the network of the token you want to add, then b) tap Search.

Before you can receive an Algorand token, you have to opt in and enable it. To see how, visit: How do I opt in and enable Algorand tokens on Mobile?

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You can then search for the custom token by name. If no token is found, you can copy and paste the token contract address by following these guides:

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Once you've found the token you would like to add, either by searching the name or pasting the token contract address, tap on the token.

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To confirm the addition of the custom token to your wallet, tap Add Token.

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You will now be able to send and receive your custom token. However, you will be unable to exchange these tokens in the in-app exchange.


How do I find a token contract address?

To add a custom token to Exodus, you might need the contract address. Here's how to find it!

How do I find a token address for Ethereum (ERC20) tokens?

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To find the contract address of an Ethereum token, first go to the Etherscan token list. Search for the asset you want to add. You can a) find the token from the list or b) use the search tool. Click on the token to open the token profile summary.

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In the Profile Summary of the custom token you want to add to your wallet, copy the address in the Contract field.

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Once you have the token contract address, you can add it to Exodus using one of the following guides:

How do I find a token address for Solana (SPL) tokens?

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To find the token contract address of a Solana token, first go to the SolScan token list. Search for the asset you want to add. Click on the token to open the token profile summary.

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Copy the Token address of the custom token you want to add to your wallet.

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Once you have the token contract address, you can add it to Exodus using one of the following guides:

How do I find the token ID for Algorand (ASA) tokens?

Adding a custom Algorand token will create an opt-in transaction which will incur a network fee. It will also increase your Algorand minimum reserve requirement by 0.1 ALGO. To learn more, visit: What is an Algorand opt-in transaction?

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To find the token ID of an Algorand (ASA) token, first go to the Algorand token list. From here, you can a) find the token from the list or b) use the search tool to find the token.

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Here you can find the token ID in the ID field. Copy the token ID.

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Once you have the token ID you can add it to Exodus using one of the following guides:

How do I find a token address for Polygon tokens?

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To find the contract address of an Polygon token, first go to the Polygon token list. Search for the asset you want to add. You can a) find the token from the list or b) use the search tool. Click on the token to open the token profile summary.

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In the Profile Summary of the custom token you want to add to your wallet, copy the address in the Contract field.

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Once you have the token contract address, you can add it to Exodus using one of the following guides:

How do I find a token address for BNB Smart Chain tokens?

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To find the contract address of a BNB Smart Chain (BSC) token, first go to the BSC token list. Search for the asset you want to add. You can a) find the token from the list or b) use the search tool. Click on the token to open the token profile summary.

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In the Profile Summary of the custom token you want to add to your wallet, copy the address in the Contract field.

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Once you have the token contract address, you can add it to Exodus using one of the following guides:

How do I find a token address for Fantom tokens?

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To find the contract address of a Fantom token, first go to the Fantom token list. Search for the asset you want to add. You can a) find the token from the list or b) use the search tool. Click on the token to open the token profile summary.

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In the Profile Summary of the custom token you want to add to your wallet, copy the address in the Contract field.

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Once you have the token contract address, you can add it to Exodus using one of the following guides:

How do I find a token address for Avalanche C-Chain tokens?

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To find the contract address of an Avalanche token, first go to the Avalanche token list. Search for the asset you want to add. You can a) find the token from the list or b) use the search tool. Click on the token to open the token profile summary.

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In the Profile Summary of the custom token you want to add to your wallet, copy the address in the Contract field.

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Once you have the token contract address, you can add it to Exodus using one of the following guides:

Tutorial video: How do I add custom Solana tokens to my wallet?

There are tons of cool Solana tokens for DeFi, NFT, and Web3 projects across the Solana ecosystem.

In the videos below you can see how to add custom Solana tokens in your Exodus Desktop and Mobile wallet. You can also add other available tokens by switching the network.


Desktop


Mobile

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