Supported tokens and networks

At NoOnes, our priority is to deliver a secure and user-friendly cryptocurrency wallet experience. Understanding which tokens and networks are supported by our platform is crucial for the safety of your funds and the reliability of our services. This article details the cryptocurrencies and networks supported by NoOnes Wallet, highlights common mistakes, and provides tips to avoid them.

NoOnes Wallet supports the following tokens and networks:
  • Bitcoin (BTC): NoOnes Wallet fully supports Bitcoin (BTC) transactions. Users can send and receive BTC seamlessly. We support all types of BTC addresses, including Bech32.
  • Ethereum (ETH): Ethereum (ETH) is supported, allowing users to store, send, and receive ETH and ERC20 tokens.
  • Tether (USDT): NoOnes Wallet supports USDT transactions on the Ethereum (ERC20), Tron (TRC20), and BSC (BEP20) networks. Please ensure you select the correct network when sending USDT.
  • USD Coin (USDC): Similar to USDT, USDC transactions are supported, but only on Ethereum (ERC20). It's crucial to choose the appropriate network for USDC transfers.
Common Mistakes Users Make:

One of the most common errors users make is attempting to send unsupported tokens to NoOnes Wallet. These unsupported tokens and networks include:

  • Binance USD (BUSD) and Binance Network USDC: Despite the support for BEP20 USDT, BUSD tokens, and USDC sent through the Binance network, typically associated with the Binance Smart Chain, are not supported. Sending BUSD or USDC tokens through the Binance network to NoOnes Wallet is not advisable and may result in the loss of funds.
  • KIP20: KIP20 tokens, associated with the Klaytn blockchain, are not compatible with NoOnes Wallet. Users must use wallets designed for the Klaytn network to handle KIP20 tokens.
  • Polygon Network USDC-PoS (Polygon): Although NoOnes Wallet supports Ethereum and ERC20 tokens, it does not support the Polygon network or its native assets like Matic. Sending tokens from the Polygon network to NoOnes Wallet may lead to irreversible loss.
  • Tron (TRX): While NoOnes Wallet supports the Tron (TRX) blockchain, it is not designed for receiving TRX coins or other TRC20 tokens. Users must be cautious when sending TRC20 tokens to avoid the loss of funds.
Tips for Avoiding Mistakes:
  • Double-Check Addresses and Networks: Before making a transaction, ensure that the recipient address and network match those supported by NoOnes Wallet. Mistakes here are often irreversible.
  • Use Test Transactions: For high-value transfers or when using a network for the first time, consider sending a small test transaction first. This can prevent significant losses due to errors.
  • Stay Informed: Regularly review the list of supported tokens and networks on our platform, as this information can change with updates to our services.
What to Do If You Send Unsupported Tokens:
  • Immediate Action: If you accidentally send unsupported tokens, please contact our support team right away. Given the irreversible nature of blockchain transactions, we cannot guarantee recovery in every case. However, we will thoroughly review your situation to determine if any actions can be taken on our end.
  • Educate Yourself: Familiarize yourself with the recovery policies for unsupported tokens. Recovery is not always possible, and when it is, it often involves significant time and may incur fees.

Ensuring the compatibility of tokens and networks before initiating transactions is vital for the safety of your funds. By double-checking details and following the tips provided, you can avoid common mistakes that lead to the loss of assets. Our team is here to assist with any questions or concerns about supported tokens and networks.

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