How to Add Token to the Ledger List

Find the ultimate guide on how to add your token to the list of coins supported by Ledger.

Owners of crypto projects were asking for it for many months. So, here is the guide on how to add a token on Ledger. Moreover, adding your coin to the list of crypto assets supported by Ledger is free. Also, don’t lose a chance to add your project’s token on MEW and Trezor at no cost. Never stop making your cryptocurrency better and more attractive for potential buyers.  

Besides, learn how to improve your cryptocurrency circulation supply on Coingecko.

How to add my token to the Ledger?

To add your token or coin to the list of cryptocurrencies supported by the Ledger, do four simple steps.

Step 1. Open Request Form

Open the request form.

Step 2. Fill the form

Select “Buying / Selling / Swapping crypto in Ledger Live” in the “How can we help you?” field. All the rest fields, fill in as follow:

Name of the fieldYour reply
Your email addressYour official email address
SubjectAdding token to the list of crypto assets supported by Ledger
Where are you stuck?Buy crypto in Ledger Live
Ledger hardware walletLedger Nano X
Firmware version1.2.4-5
Phone or desktop?Desktop computer
Ledger Live version2.20.0
What operating system runs on your computer?Windows 10
64-bits or 32-bits?64-bits
DescriptionFind the same text here.
Filling the Ledger form
Filling the Ledger form

When you finish, hit on the Submit button.

submit the Ledger form
Submit the Ledger form

Step 3. Formulate the description

Then, enter the text into the Description field due to the following template.

Kindly add [token name][token symbol] token (ERC20).

  • Token name: enter your token name
  • Token symbol: enter the symbol of your token 
  • Blockchain: ERC-20 Ethereum
  • Token smart contract address: enter your token’s smart contract address 
  • Etherscan link: enter the link to your token’s smart contract address on Etherscan.
  • Link to the token logo: [link].

Here is an example of such a request:

Hello, kindly add BambooDeFi (BAMBOO) token (ERC20) to the Ledger list: https://www.ledger.com/supported-crypto-assets/
 Token name: BambooDeFi
 Token symbol: BAMBOO
 Blockchain: ERC-20 Eethereum
 Token smart contract address:  0xf56842Af3B56Fd72d17cB103f92d027bBa912e89
 Etherscan link: https://etherscan.io/token/0xf56842Af3B56Fd72d17cB103f92d027bBa912e89
 Link to the logo: https://i.ibb.co/jh3dFzn/Bamboo-token-logo-128.png

Step 4. Check the status of your request

To check the status of your request, go to that page. Then press CONTRL+F (search) and enter your token name or symbol. If you find your token, then relax. You did everything correctly. And All that you can do now is wait for the next Ledger update.

What should I do if I cannot find my token?

If you made step #4 but could not find your token, then do the following:

  1. Open your issue
  2. Write a comment like “Hi, please advise, have you reviewed our application (above)?”

If there is no reaction to your comment on GitHub for a long time, make a post on the Ledger’s Reddit board. Ask the Ledger team to check your request.

What is Ledger?

Like a Trezor, the Ledger is a hardware cryptocurrency wallet. Both wallets are the most popular devices to hold cryptocurrencies in the world. With cryptocurrency booming, it’s a smart idea to have your project’s token listed on both these devices.

What is the list of cryptocurrencies supported by Ledger?

Similar to Trezor’s List, the Ledger has its list of supported crypto assets. Also, the Ledger supports +22 native blockchains and more than +1200 tokens on the ERC20 Ethereum blockchain. Moreover, you should agree that 1200 is not so significant compared to the number of projects in the market and more blockchain startups coming every day. Therefore, Ledger might tighten the rules for adding new tokens soon.

Why is it important to get my token added to the Ledger list? 

After Ledger adds your token to the list, its users can perform the following actions with your cryptocurrency:

  • add accounts with your coin
  • send your coin 
  • receive your coin 

So, spend 5 minutes to complete the steps above. You don’t need to pay for it. As a result, your altcoin will get the additional and beneficial achievement. Don’t forget to share your token progress with your community. Good luck!

Useful links

For any question or cooperation, you can contact Tokpie at https://t.me/tokpie

How to Add Token to Trezor List

Find the ultimate guide on how to add your token to the list of coins supported by Trezor.

Do you want to make your ERC20 token more attractive for buyers, traders, and holders? If the answer is yes, then read the guide below. You will know how to add your ERC20 token to the List of all coins & tokens supported by Trezor. Moreover, it’s free of charge.

Also, make your token more attractive by:

How to add a token to the List of coins & tokens supported by Trezor?

Follow eight simple steps to add your Ethereum token to the Trezor List.

Step 1. Get a token address in ERC-55 format

Use this application to convert your token’s smart contract address to the ERC-55 format. To pass Trezor verification you should use the ERC-55 address format in the steps described below.

Step 2. Open Github

After signing Github, go to that page.

Step 3. Create a File on Github

Click on the Add file button. Then press on ‘Create new file’.

create new file
Create a file on GitHub

Step 4. Enter the name

Enter the name of your file. It should be your ERC20 token’s smart contract address but in ERC-55 format. Example: 0x3D371413dd5489F3A04C07c0C2CE369c20986ceb.json
Don’t forget to add a .json extension into the file name.

file name and code
Enter file name and code

Step 5. Write the code

The simplest way to write a code for your token is to copy the example below. Just copy-paste the code below and edit by entering your token parameters. Replace YOUC with your token symbol, enter your token smart contract address, decimals, and so on.

{
  "symbol": "YOUC",
  "address": "0x3D371413dd5489F3A04C07c0C2CE369c20986ceb",
  "decimals": 10,
  "name": "yOUcash",
  "type": "ERC20",
  "ens_address": "",
  "website": "https://youengine.io",
  "logo": {
    "src": "https://i.ibb.co/jV6Ymn4/youc-lolo-square-128x128.png",
    "width": "128",
    "height": "128",
    "ipfs_hash": ""
  },
  "support": {
    "email": "info@youengine.io",
    "url": "https://youengine.io"
  },
  "social": {
    "blog": "",
    "chat": "",
    "facebook": "https://www.facebook.com/YouEngineOfficial",
    "forum": "",
    "github": "",
    "gitter": "",
    "instagram": "",
    "linkedin": "https://www.linkedin.com/company/youengine-io",
    "reddit": "",
    "slack": "",
    "telegram": "https://t.me/YouEngineGroup",
    "twitter": "https://twitter.com/younive87630435",
    "youtube": "https://www.youtube.com/c/YOUengine"
  }
}

Note that the required parameters that you must include in the code are:

  • symbol: Short ticker style symbol of your token.
  • name: long token name token (take it from Ethercsan).
  • address: Ethereum address of ERC-20 token, but in ERC-55 format
  • decimals: The decimals of the token. As Number and not String.

Optional parameters are the following:

  • logo: An optional logo of your token. Must be a square (recommended: 128×128) PNG w/ transparent background.
  • support: A support email, support URL, or other way people can get assistance regarding the token.
  • website: the link to your project website, and
  • other links to your project’s social accounts.

We suggest you include as many as possible parameters.

Step 6. Check and confirm

After you entered the file name and code (as on the picture above), scroll down and click on ‘Propose new file’

propose new file on github
Propose your file on GitHub

Step 7. Create a pull request

Confirm your submission two times as shown below. Also, you can add a comment like “Add [your token name] token”. As the result, you create a Pull Request.

create pull request
Create Pull Request on Github
confirm PR creation
Confirm pull request creation

Step 8. Wait for checking

If you successfully created the file (without any errors) then you see the status of your Pull request as verified (colored green on the picture below).

additional verification
Pull request checking

Note that your request will require additional checking. It will be done by Trezor’s authorized team. Your need just wait for passing it.

Also, you can check the status of your request in this folder.
Gray color means that the request is under checking. A green checkmark means that Pull Request has successfully passed Trezor checking.

Status of your request
Checking status

Trezor team will review your issue and give feedback. They will confirm if they would like to add your token in the firmware. Otherwise, they will decline. Please note that they can not merge each and every token.

When your Pull Request successfully passes all checking, you see it in this section. It means that Pull Requests merged into the Master. After that, just wait for the next Trezor firmware update to see your token in the List.

Ethereum list of tokens
Pull Request successfully merged to master

Step 9. Check your token on Trezor

After you completed all the above steps, start checking (periodically) your token’s symbol in Trezor’s list.

  • Go to that page and enter your token’s symbol into the search bar
  • if you correctly submitted the application, you will see that your asset is coming soon. It means will be added to the Trezor’s devices soon.
your project's token on Trezor
Check your token on the Trezor’s listt

I can’t pass Trezor verification. What to do?

If you can not pass the verification then review your code, fix errors, and create a file again as described in 1-7 Steps above. If it doesn’t help, contact us via telegram, we will help.

What’s the Trezor?

Trezor is a hardware wallet. Many thousands of people use it to safely store their coins and tokens. Trezor is a small device. A simple connection to your computer with a USB cable allows you to make all operations with your cryptocurrencies.

what's a Trezor
Trezor hardware wallet

Moreover, Trezor allows making secure payments without exposing your private keys to a potentially compromised computer.

Nowadays, many online exchanges and wallet providers can be hacked or just disappear. So, a hardware wallet like a Trezor is the safest way to manage cryptocurrencies.

What’s the List of coins & tokens supported by Trezor?

The list of coins and tokens supported by Trezor is a list of cryptocurrencies. There are more than 1631 coins and tokens on the list right now.

So, if a crypto asset is on that list then Trezor’s users can search it by using name and symbol. If your token is not in the list, then Trezor’s users have to use a smart contract address to find your token.

Fortunately, your token doesn’t have to be a Top 30 cryptocurrency to be added to the list. Also, you don’t have to pay to be added.

What are the benefits of being on Trezor’s List?

The first benefit that you get is a promotion. After adding your token to the Trezor list of coins, you can publish great news. That achievement can inspire your project’s community.

The second benefit is the growth of trust among the holders of your token. Especially it’s might be important for new big buyers of your tokens.

Finally, all Trezor’s users could easily search your token inside the wallet by using just your token’s name or symbol. Also, users could see the logo of your token inside the Trezor interface.

So what’re you waiting for! Add your ERC20 token to the List of coins & tokens supported by Trezor for free. It’ll make your token a much more reliable and attractive asset for all existing and potential token-holders.

Useful Links

For any question or cooperation, you can contact Tokpie at https://t.me/tokpie