Unsupported ERC20 tokens on Incognito

ERC20 tokens are becoming increasingly popular. We’ve received many requests about adding rebase tokens (AMPL, YAM, etc…) and modified smart contract tokens (DGX, PAXG, etc…).

As the Incognito bridge is trustless, anyone can transfer ERC20 tokens across by interacting directly with the chain. This means that anyone can add any ERC20 with a rebase feature.

However, we do NOT recommend doing so as Incognito’s minting/burning process does not play well with rebase mechanisms. Our current smart contract doesn’t support those tokens that take the incentives for every transaction, too.

Going forward, to protect user funds, these coins will not appear in the app at all.

Unsupported tokens

This list will be updated frequently:

1/ Rebase token:

Ampleforth (AMPL)
0xd46ba6d942050d489dbd938a2c909a5d5039a161

Golem Network Token (GNT)
0xa74476443119A942dE498590Fe1f2454d7D4aC0d

StableUSD (USDS)
0xA4Bdb11dc0a2bEC88d24A3aa1E6Bb17201112eBe

ZB Token (ZB)
0xBd0793332e9fB844A52a205A233EF27a5b34B927

Reputation (REP)
0x1985365e9f78359a9B6AD760e32412f4a445E862

Presearch (PRE)
0x88A3E4F35D64aAD41A6d4030ac9AFE4356cB84fA

Synthetix Network Token (SNX)
0x2987252148e34863612Ac7f4Ef3260de0C2A68f7

Banker Token (BNK)
0xc80c5e40220172b36adee2c951f26f2a577810c5

Xplosive Ethereum (xETH)
0xaa19673aa1b483a5c4f73b446b4f851629a7e7d6

xBTC (xBTC)
0xecbf566944250dde88322581024e611419715f7a

XUSD
0xeb269732ab75a6fd61ea60b06fe994cd32a83549

RMPL
0xE17f017475a709De58E976081eB916081ff4c9d5

YAM
0x0AaCfbeC6a24756c20D41914F2caba817C0d8521

REB2
0x87F5F9eBE40786D49D35E1B5997b07cCAA8ADbFF

DEBASE
0xe20303b4f80ef868f653d1fed3f797b5116c3a2e

ESD
0x36F3FD68E7325a35EB768F1AedaAe9EA0689d723

COIL
0x3936Ad01cf109a36489d93cabdA11cF062fd3d48

ADEX
0xADE00C28244d5CE17D72E40330B1c318cD12B7c3

AMPLG
0x8003C49f6ebACDdC493EA47CAB45e892d1B638a1

GRPL
0x15E4132DcD932E8990E794d1300011A472819cBD

AURIC
0x1c7BBADc81E18F7177A95eb1593e5f5f35861B10

TRUSD
0xDD436a0Dce9244B36599AE7b22f0373b4e33992d

OUSD
0x2a8e1e676ec238d8a992307b495b45b3feaa5e86

AAPL
0xd36932143f6ebdedd872d5fb0651f4b72fd15a84

SKL
0x00c83aecc790e8a4453e5dd3b0b4b3680501a7a7

2/ Modified smart contract token

Digix Gold Token (DGX)
0x4f3afec4e5a3f2a6a1a411def7d7dfe50ee057bf

Paxos Gold (PAXG)
0x45804880De22913dAFE09f4980848ECE6EcbAf78

BloodyToken (BLOODY)
0x892f5a0b08bb7b1eecccc63ef3916ff201c93664

Dego.finance (DEGO)
0x88ef27e69108b2633f8e1c184cc37940a075cc02

Kucoin Shares
0x039b5649a59967e3e936d7471f9c3700100ee1ab

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What is wrong with PAXG? It’s not a rebase currency afaik

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PAXG is as important as DAI for a good portfólio!

Hey @marko @Iksolon, the original owner of PAXG token will take the incentives of 0.02% of every single transaction sending to our network, which results in the amount we actually receive doesn’t match with the one we receive in the smart-contract.

We will try to improve this ASAP so that we can support these kinds of token in near future. Thanks for asking tho :+1:

Please refer to this convo for more infomation >

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It’s under the (2 Modified Smart Contract section

WHY then are my LiteCoin and COMP stuck in your app with NO WAY to excel? It is impossible to buy privacy coin, which makes it impossible to get my money out. This is turning into a SCAM APP

Use the getPRV.com faucet to get some free PRV. Should be enough for 10 trade or shield/unshield transactions.

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Thanks for sharing this!

Hm, just tried it and got 0,00001 PRV. Is this sufficient for ten trades?

A trade is 0.0000004PRV so about 25 trades

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Wow, 25 trades, that’s SUFFICIENT. :+1: :sunglasses:

It’s not a scam it’s actually a good system you get PRV by using USDC, now to get your tokens out of the exchange you gotta have enough PRV available. So I good solution would be to add enough USDC to trade for PRV so you can withdraw or you can pool your crypto and earn free PRV to use for withdraw. Either way the system works compared to current ETH gas prices :man_shrugging:t5:

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