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How many blockchains does the DeFi Wallet support?
How many blockchains does the DeFi Wallet support?

Detailed information regarding blockchains on the DeFi Wallet

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Written by Support Specialist
Updated over a week ago

The DeFi Wallet currently supports 36 blockchains and over 700 tokens. Watch this space because we're hard at work integrating even more blockchains and tokens.

Here are more details for the 36 blockchains that the DeFi Wallet supports.



Brief Introduction


Cronos is a decentralised, open-source, and energy-efficient public blockchain with high speed and low transaction fees.


Cronos POS Chain is a blockchain built using the Cosmos SDK and Tendermint and is the backbone of the ecosystem.


Ethereum is a technology for building apps and organizations, holding assets, and transacting and communicating without being controlled by a central authority.


Bitcoin is the first decentralized peer-to-peer payment network that is powered by its users with no central authority or intermediary.


Bitcoin Cash is a spin-off from Bitcoin, with its goal being to fulfil the original promise of Bitcoin as "Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash".


BNB Smart Chain is an EVM-compatible side-chain that is built to run smart contract-based applications.


Cosmos is an ecosystem of independent interconnected blockchains built using developer-friendly application components and connected with the IBC (Inter-Blockchain Communication) protocol.


Dogecoin is an open-source peer-to-peer digital currency created in 2013 and most consider it to be the first meme coin.


Litecoin is an open-source, global payment network that is fully decentralised, granting users instantaneous and near-zero cost payments to anyone in the world.


The NEAR Protocol is a simple, scalable, and secure blockchain platform designed to provide the best possible experience for developers and users, which is necessary for the mainstream adoption of dApps.


Polkadot is the first fully-sharded blockchain, enabling scalability by allowing specialised blockchains to communicate with each other in a secure, trust-free environment.


Stellar is an open-source network for currencies and payments, designed so all the world’s financial systems can work together on a single network.


Ripple is a fintech company that provides a global payment solution via its patented payment network called Ripple Network (also known as RippleNet).


Polygon is a decentralised Ethereum scaling platform that enables developers to build scalable dApps with low transaction fees and high security.


The Avalanche-C chain is the default smart contract blockchain on the Avalanche platform and it enables the creation of any Ethereum-compatible smart contract.


Fantom is a fast, high-throughput, open-source, and secure smart contract platform for digital assets and dApps.


Arbitrum is a suite of Ethereum scaling solutions that enable high-throughput, low-cost smart contracts while remaining trustlessly secure.


Astar is a smart contract platform that supports multiple blockchains and virtual machines.


Aurora is an Ethereum Virtual Machine created by the NEAR Protocol team, delivering a turn-key solution for developers to operate their apps on an Ethereum-compatible, high-throughput, scalable, low-cost, and future-safe platform.


Boba is an L2 Ethereum scaling and augmenting solution, with extensible smart contracts that will enable developers across the Ethereum ecosystem to build dApps that invoke code executed on web-scale infrastructure.


Celo is a mobile-first blockchain that makes decentralised financial (DeFi) tools and services accessible to anyone with a mobile phone.


Klaytn is an open-source public blockchain that’s focused on the metaverse, GameFi, and the creator economy.


Optimism is a fast, low-cost, simple, and secure EVM-equivalent Optimistic Rollup blockchain.


Solana is a fast and low-cost decentralised blockchain built to enable scalable, user-friendly apps for users all around the world.


The Gnosis Protocol is a fully permissionless decentralised exchange for ERC-20 tokens, enabling ring trades to maximise liquidity.


Metis is a decentralised Ethereum L2 rollup platform featuring low gas fees, fast transactions, native storage, and high security.


Moonriver is a companion network to Moonbeam, providing a permanently incentivised canary network.


Moonbeam is a Polkadot parachain that combines full Ethereum compatibility with the power of Polkadot, including scalability, cross-chain integrations, and on-chain governance.


ThunderCore is an EVM-compatible public blockchain that offers high throughput, fast confirmation times, and low costs, making it quick and easy for dApps to deploy and scale.


EthereumPoW is a hard fork of the original Ethereum blockchain that uses the proof-of-work consensus mechanism. It was deployed by a group of Ethereum miners after The Merge took place.


Aptos is a Move-based Layer-1 blockchain created with scalability, safety, reliability, and upgradeability as key principles. It aims to accelerate the world’s move to Web3.


Canto is an EVM-compatible Layer-1 blockchain. It is a fork of the Evmos blockchain and is focused on DeFi, aiming to create systems that are accessible, transparent, decentralised, and free.


zkSync Era is a Layer-2 protocol that utilises Zero-Knowledge technology to help Ethereum scale. zkSync boasts low fees, and is made to look and feel like the Ethereum blockchain.


Polygon zkEVM is a Zero-Knowledge scaling solution which uses Polygon Zero technology to boost transaction speeds, and lower costs. It can be deployed onto EVMs without any code changes.


Base is an Ethereum Layer-2 (L2) blockchain that offers a safe, low-cost, and developer-friendly way to build dApps and other services on-chain.


Osmosis is a decentralised exchange (DEX) appchain in the Cosmos ecosystem. It’s both a Layer-1 blockchain and a dApp. Osmosis's blockchain was built by forking the Cosmos SDK and is secured by Tendermint, a Byzantine Fault-Tolerant (BFT) Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus mechanism.

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