What domains does Exodus use?
Exodus uses several domains. Each domain serves a specific purpose, like running the wallet, serving the downloads, or connecting to block explorers. Check the domains in this article if you're unsure if it's safe to go to a particular website or accept communication from an email address that looks like it's from Exodus.
In this article:
*.exodus.com and support.exodus.com
- The website for Exodus wallet is used to show information about the wallet along with the Knowledge Base part which hosts a lot of self-help articles to help you with understanding the wallet functionality. As you might know already, * refers to any sub-domains or servers that may be used to provide wallet functionality.
*.a.exodus.io and *.exodus.io
- Most parts of the Exodus wallet connect to *.a.exodus.io or *.exodus.io domains to be able to provide you with the functionality to run the wallet effortlessly. As you might know already, * refers to any sub-domains or servers that may be used to provide wallet functionality.
Exodus uses this to serve wallet downloads from the Exodus Releases page. This is the only official source to download the Exodus Desktop Wallet for Windows, macOS, and Linux computers. We do not recommend downloading Exodus from any 3rd party hosts or websites.
- Check out this article to learn how to verify if your Exodus download is authentic.
- The Exodus wallet is available on iOS and Android. You can find out more here.
If you receive a communication that looks like it's from Exodus but doesn't come from @exodus.com or @exodus.io please be careful as it may contain malware or be a phishing attempt.
All emails from Exodus employees and support staff are sent either from @exodus.io or @exodus.com
Third-party block explorers
These services are used to provide the exchange, exchange pricing, asset price feeds, block explorers, etc. services inside the Exodus wallet.
These servers can change from time to time depending on various reasons.