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Coinbase Wallet Supports Ethereum and All EVM-compatible Networks in Both the Mobile App and Browser Extension….​What Networks Does Coinbase Wallet Support?

Coinbase Wallet supports Ethereum and all EVM-compatible networks in both the mobile app and browser extension. This means that you can use your Coinbase Wallet to store, send, and receive tokens from any Ethereum-based network, including but not limited to:

Ethereum mainnet

Ropsten testnet

Kovan testnet

Rinkeby testnet

Goerli testnet

POA Network

xDai Network

TomoChain mainnet

We’re always exploring new networks to support. If you have a favorite EVM-compatible network that you’d like to see added, let us know!

NOTE: WARNING: Coinbase Wallet supports Ethereum and all EVM-compatible networks, including but not limited to Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Dogecoin, and Ethereum Classic. There may be other networks that Coinbase Wallet does not support. Before sending any funds to or from a wallet address, please ensure that the network associated with the wallet address is supported by Coinbase Wallet. Failure to do so could result in loss of funds.

What’s an EVM-compatible network?​

Any network that is compatible with the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) is considered an EVM-compatible network. The EVM is the environment in which all Ethereum-based smart contracts are executed.

By supporting all EVM-compatible networks, Coinbase Wallet enables you to interact with any decentralized application (dapp) on any platform that uses the Ethereum blockchain. This includes dapps built on popular Ethereum frameworks such as Truffle, Embark, and Hardhat.

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