xDot vs Polkadot's DOT and xSol vs Solana's SOL and Sola Token (also SOL)? ▫

I am a bit confused about the supported coins and the conclusion I have so far is that:

  • Polkadot’s DOT isn’t supported
  • Solana’s SOL also isn’t supported

Is this conclusion correct? and if so, any plans to support these tokens?

I bought Trezor T hoping that it would be my single Vault for all my assets, but I am disappointed for missing these fast growing coins

Hi @AhmedAli

Speaking of PolkaDot, there are two different types of cryptocurrency called the same way. Ufortunately, only Polkadot as ERC20 token is supported, the mainnet token is not implemented.

Solana (SOL) is not supported by Trezor firmware.

Feel free to see the full list of supported tokens and coins from our website https://trezor.io/coins/. You will find the information which device and what applications support the particular cryptocurrency.

At the moment, we are in the process of setting up a new strategy for implementing new coins into Trezor. However, there is no ETA, or plan to integrate these coins, currently.

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The current symbol SOL (Sola) that is listed on your website, is even confusing and potential misleading IMO: Trezor Hardware Wallet (Official) | The original and most secure hardware wallet.

Please, take this serious.

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I agree, specially it has the same exact token name.

Hi,

Honestly, not sure what’s your suggestion. It’s upon the project itself how do they address their coin. If it’s misleading for a similar name, it’s not Trezor fault.

We just list the coins supported on our website.

Furthermore, Etherscan calls it the same way we do; Sola Token (SOL) ERC20
https://etherscan.io/token/0x1f54638b7737193ffd86c19ec51907a7c41755d8