What is an ERC20 Token and does Exodus support it?
If you’re reading this page, you’ve probably heard the term ERC20 Token thrown around in the crypto world. ERC stands for Ethereum Request for Comments. This is an official protocol for proposing improvements to the Ethereum(ETH) network. '20’ is the unique proposal ID number.
Sometimes, token contracts do not handle token transfers correctly, sometimes because the fee was too low, or the contract was incorrectly programmed. In these cases, examining your transaction on a blockchain explorer like Etherscan will show an error:
By now, you may have noticed that within your Exodus wallet, your ANT, GNT, REP, EOS, and other ERC20 assets share the same receiving address as your Ethereum address. Now you know why!
Exodus currently (ver.1.48.0) supports the following ERC20 tokens: 0x, Aragon, Augur, Adtoken, Aeron, Aeternity, Aion, Airswap, Amber, AppCoins, Binance Coin, BAT, Bancor, Bread, ChainLink, Cindicator, Civic, Decentraland, Dent, Dentacoin, DigixDAO, Dragon, District0x, EOS, Edgeless, Ethos, FirstBlood, FunFair, Gnosis, Golem, Genesis Vision, ICON, Iconomi, Kin, KuCoin, Kyber, Loopring, Lunyr, Maker, MediShares, Melonport, Metal, Monaco, Matchpool, Numeraire, OmiseGo, Pillar, Po.et, Polymath, Populous, Power Ledger, Qash, Quantstamp, Raiden, RChain, Request, Revain, Ripio, Rivetz, SALT, Santiment, SingularDTV, Status, Storj, Storm, Substratum, TAAS, TenX, Time New Bank, Tron, VeChain, Veritaseum, Viberate, Walton, Wax, WeTrust, Wings and iExec RLC.
If you do not see your desired ERC20 token on the list above, please note that you can still store it in Exodus but you won't be able to manage it as explained in this article https://support.exodus.io/article/128-how-do-i-receive-unsupported-erc20-tokens