New coins support

What do you mean by “exotic coins”? Many of the supported coins and tokens are HODLed by users, including me. I’m buying several Ethereum (ETH) ERC-20 tokens for instance. It’s never easy to know what to include or remove support for in a hardware wallet like Trezor, and it’s especially risky to remove anything already supported.

I agree that more of the top coins could be supported though. Personally, I’d like Solana (SOL), ranked #9, and Polkadot (DOT), ranked #11, to be supported by the Trezor devices and Trezor suite. And I’d like BSC and some others to be supported also in Trezor suite, so we don’t have to use 3rd party software to see and interact with them.

My watchlist:

I agree with you. However between 101-1500 there are many irrelevant coins, “shitcoins”, “exotic coins” (as you prefer) compared to 1-100.
We have to consider that all coins after position 200 on CoinMarketCap do not meet its grading criteria and are essentially unreliable.


  • Top 200 Rank: The project must minimally have a CMC-verified market capitalization and fulfill the requirements outlined in (1) - (5) above.
  • Top 201 Rank and beyond: The project must minimally have a CMC-verified market capitalization but does not need to fulfill the requirements in (1) - (5) above.
  • Unranked: Cryptoassets without a CMC-verified market capitalization sorted by 24h trading volume."

As I said, many of what’s supported and in the supported coins and tokens list, are ERC-20 tokens. You didn’t answer my question of which ones you mean should be removed.

No, that was your saying, I just quoted you.

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I have no particular name to report. My comments come from the CoinMarketCap link I quoted.
What is the point of having a wallet that supports coins between 101-1500 compared to 1-100 if the former set is unreliable from 200 and contains many exotic coins (shitcoins)?
For this trezor should strive to support at least the top 50 coins otherwise the usefulness of the wallet will not be very high.

Couldn’t agree more with this statement.
I have always considered only some projects to really be worth hodling on cold storage for a long time 4years minimum.

The rest I just have for fun, or to see if I might get lucky and keep or on exchange (withdrawal fees can be nasty) or on wallet like exodus.
This rest is not more than 2 or 3 percent of portfolio.

Heii but this is just me sharing some thoughts.
Freedom of choice is great


is the moonbeam glmr token supported on trezor model t

Hi @soundman57,

both Trezor Model One and Trezor Model T support Moonbeam (GLMR) network. However, this network is not natively supported in Trezor Suite. It means you need to use 3rd party wallet such as MetaMask to be able to see and manage GLMR on the Moonbeam network with Trezor.

You can find information on how to connect Trezor to MetaMask here: How to use Trezor with MetaMask - YouTube

In the next step, you need to add the Moonbeam network to MetaMask. Please visit (make sure to use this link, there are several scam links on the web), find “Moonbeam”, select “Add to MetaMask” and “Aprove” and “Switch network”.

You can also find the process (with a different network though) in this video: How to use EVM compatible chains with Trezor - YouTube

Some news about SOL support or do i have to buy Ledger only because of lacking development?
Greets from Czech to Czech support