TABLE OF CONTENTS
- What blockchains are currently supported in CoinList?
- Can my funds be recovered?
- Withdrew funds to the incorrect address?
Which blockchains are supported by CoinList?
ERC20: ETH, USDT, USDC, TUSD, UST, TBTC, DAI, WBTC, MKR, MATIC, PAX, OXT, LINK, COMP, SKL, UNI, OCEAN, NU, NYM, BAL, RLY, WCFG, EFI, AAVE, CQT, HMT, EFIL, BZZ, VEGA, BTRST, CLV, WAXL
CELO: CELO, CUSD
Please do not send funds in to CoinList via any other chain that is not supported, such as BEP20 or TRC20. If you do this you risk losing your funds.
Can my funds be recovered if I send tokens from an unsupported network?
We are unable to perform a recovery of funds sent via the incorrect network.
Please do not trust previous transactions you have made as a source for your deposit address. CoinList and other exchanges may update and change the receiving address on your account after it has been used.
Withdrew funds to the incorrect address?
Once you have confirmed a withdrawal from your CoinList account the transaction is initiated and sent to the blockchain, after this the funds are no longer on CoinList's platform. Due to the nature of blockchain these funds cannot be reversed or recovered by CoinList. If you know the end user of the address, please try and contact them for help retrieving funds.
Transactions in virtual currency may be irreversible, and, accordingly, losses due to fraudulent or accidental transactions may not be recoverable. Please see additional risks associated to investing in and sending cryptocurrencies here.
CSPR deposits require a number called the "tag," "memo," or "transfer ID" to be sent with your deposit in order for funds to be credited to your account. If you deposit CSPR without it, your deposit will be lost and cannot be reclaimed.
STX deposits also require a memo ID. It may be referred to as a "memo" or "tag" on other exchanges. Only deposit using wallets that support this field. If in doubt, start with a small test deposit.