How to add Custom Tokens on Trust Wallet

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In this post, I will be teaching you how to simply add any custom token to your Trust Wallet.

Trust Wallet generally has two types of wallet; multi-coin wallets and single-coin wallets. In order to add custom tokens, you must have a multi-coin wallet. So this tutorial works for only multi-coin wallets.

Most tokens and coins are readily available in the application so, you only need to toggle a button to enable it and have your wallet address shown.

Popular coins or tokens like Ethereum, Bitcoin and BNB are automatically added to Trust Wallet Token section. Other popular ones need to be added manually.

  • You first need to confirm that the token is not yet in your token section;
  • After that, make sure you are on the Wallet Tab;
  • Then click on the Setting symbol at the top right corner of the app;
  • Scroll down or search the name of the token(s) intended to be added;
  • Then toggle the button and your token would be added

How to add Custom Tokens on Trust Wallet

When it comes to new tokens such as Pi Coin, Shiba Inu, EverGrow (EGC), Baby Doge, etc. for example, they cannot be found on Trust Wallet Token list. Their inclusion usually takes some time to happen.

Thus, you would usually to add them manually. This applies to airdrop tokens, presale tokens, NFTs, etc.

However, before you can add a token not on Trust Wallet to its Tokens section, you need to have the contract address of that said asset. To get the contract address of any token, you can find it on its official website, or by searching “coin’s name + contract address in Google search. That is; for Bitcoin, it would be “Bitcoin contract address”.

Step 1 : Open your Trust Wallet application and make sure you are on the “Wallet tab”;

Trust Wallet Application

Step 2 : Then tap on the Settings symbol at the top right corner of the app;

Add Custom Tokens on Trust Wallet

Step 3 : Scroll down to the bottom of the page, and tap on “Add Custom Token”;

Step 4 : On the next page, choose the blockchain network of your token;

Choose the Blockchain network

Step 5 : Paste the contract address of the token. Note that the Name, Symbol and Decimals would be filled automatically;

Custom token contract address
Input custom token contract address

Step 6 : Click on Done at the top right corner of the app, and your token would be added.

The token used here is Bitrise (Bitgert) token, you can learn how to purchase some BRISE tokens on Trust Wallet.

This is the simplest way to add custom tokens to Trust Wallet.

Note that your tokens may not have any value if they have not been listed on CoinMarketCap as that is where Trust Wallet displays assets’ values from.

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Samod Kareem
Samod Kareem

Samod is a web designer, digital marketer, and freelance writer. He loves to write on topics he finds interesting but mostly loves money, and technology matters. He aims to share his knowledge from research with everyone out there looking for an answer.

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