Exodus Wallet Roadmap

Exodus is always on the lookout to support more assets. In order for an asset to be considered, the following criteria must be met:

  1. The asset has developer resources and documentation.
  2. An asset has specialized API servers with load balancing setup for private use by Exodus. This is much easier if the API is based on Bitpay Insight.
  3. Market cap and 24-hr volumes are considered. Top-50 or perceived potential to enter the top-50.


Bitcoin (BTC) Dec. 9, 2015
Litecoin (LTC) Dec. 9, 2015
Ethereum (ETH) Feb. 12, 2016
Dash (DASH) Apr. 8, 2016
Golem (GNT) Apr. 14, 2017
Augur (REP) Apr. 27, 2017
Decred (DCR) Jun. 22, 2017
EOS (EOS) Jul. 6, 2017
Aragon (ANT) Jul. 6, 2017
Gnosis (GNO) Jul. 20, 2017
OmiseGo (OMG) Aug. 17, 2017
Basic Attention Token (BAT) Aug. 31, 2017
Civic (CVC) Sep. 15, 2017
Sep. 25, 2017
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Oct. 12, 2017
Ethereum Classic (ETC) Oct. 12, 2017
District0x (DNT) 
Oct. 26, 2017
Bancor (BNT) Jan. 19 2018
Bitcoin Gold (BTG) Jan. 19 2018
Edgeless (EDG)
Jan. 19 2018
Matchpool (GUP) Jan. 19 2018
Numeraire (NMR) Jan. 19 2018
iExec RLC (RLC) Jan. 19 2018
Status (SNT) Jan. 19 2018
WeTrust (TRST) Jan. 19 2018
Wings (WINGS) Jan. 19 2018
0x (ZRX) Jan. 19 2018
Vertcoin (VTC)
Feb. 15 2018
Storj (STORJ)
Feb. 15 2018
Ripio (RCN) Mar. 16 2018
One-Click EOS Registration Mar. 29 2018
Digibyte (DGB) Apr. 12 2018
*Firstblood (1st), Funfair (FUN), Metal (MTL), and SingularDTV (SNGLS) are no longer available for exchange. They are now available for solely sending and receiving from your wallets. Please access these assets from their new home in the Ethereum Assets menu.


Since version 1.45.0 (released on February 15, 2018), Exodus supports a series of Ethereum Assets, including DigixDAO, Tron, VeChain, Icon, Binance Coin, Dragonchain and others. These assets can be safely stored, sent and received, but they are NOT supported for exchange within Exodus.

You can read more about these assets here.


Assets listed in alphabetical order.


  • We have dropped QTUM (ERC20 token) support in v1.36.0. Users who hold QTUM can still access it, but these old ERC20 tokens need be swapped to the main-net version.   Read more about the process here


  • In Beta - It's actively being tested and will be moved to Exodus when it's ready for general release.
  • Under Evaluation - We are actively looking at the requirements to integrate this into our Beta platform
  • Planned - It's on our radar but we have not actively started development on it yet.
BTC Forks (all future forks) Not Planned
Factom (FCT) In Beta
IOTA (MIOTA) Not Planned
Monero (XMR) Planned
NEM (XEM) Under Evaluation
NEO (NEO) Planned
Qtum Mainnet (QTUM) Planned
Ripple (XRP) In Beta
Siacoin (SC) Under Evaluation
Tether (USDT) (Omni) Not Planned
Tether (USDT) (ERC20) Under Evaluation
ZCash (ZEC) In Beta
2-Factor Authentication Support Planned
Hardware Wallet Support Under Evaluation
Bitcoin SegWit Transactions Planned
Mobile Wallet Planned
Custom addition of ERC20 tokens Planned
EOS Mainnet