A few weeks ago, we announced the launch of ENS multi-coin support on mainnet with 15 wallets signed-up for the new feature, including Coinbase Wallet, Bitcoin.com Wallet, TrustWallet, and many others.
Since then, we’ve been overwhelmed by the response! We’ve had many users contact us wondering when their favorite wallet would sign up, as well as wallets coming to us asking how they can get on board. (Feel free to politely message your favorite wallet asking them to integrate ENS 😉. They can reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Today, we’re pleased to announce a second wave of wallets signed-up to integrate the ENS multi-coin feature!
This new wave has 13 new wallets (list below), which brings the total number signed-up to support our new multi-coin feature to 28. When you include Ethereum-only wallets that already support ENS for Ethereum addresses, that brings the total number of wallets signed up to use ENS to 35.
This further cements ENS’s place as the most widely adopted cryptocurrency wallet naming standard by a wide margin. If you want a blockchain-based name for your cryptocurrency with the widest support in the ecosystem, we recommend getting an ENS name. (Learn more: Everything You Can Do With Your ENS Name Right Now)
List of new wallets 🏦
- MyEtherWallet (which already has it integrated 👏)
- Math Wallet
- Flare Wallet
- Midas Protocol
Other wallets that have already integrated ENS or are committed to doing so are: D’CENT Wallet, Coinbase Wallet, Bitcoin.com Wallet, Opera, TrustWallet, imToken, Portis, MyCrypto, Haven, Atomic Wallet, Squarelink, Coin Request, DexWallet, Enjin, Wyre, Status, Alpha Wallet, Argent, Cipher, LETH, PandaX, and MetaMask.
Manager improvements 🏗️
While we launched full multi-coin support in the ENS protocol on mainnet a few weeks ago, we have been steadily improving support in the UI of our Manager.
Our Manager now supports setting addresses for 10 cryptocurrencies:
- DOGE 🐶 (finally)
We are adding support for more cryptocurrencies in our Manager all the time, so if your favorite cryptocurrency isn’t currently supported, check back again soon.
Spec update 📋
The multi-coin feature spec has had a few tweaks in the last two weeks, specifically regarding dealing with different kinds of address encodings. If you are a developer working on integration, be sure to give it another look.
Want to integrate ENS? 🤝
If you are a wallet, service, or dapp developer and would like to integrate ENS, we’ve assembled a list of useful links below. The ENS multi-coin feature is already supported by the libraries go-ens, ethereal, and ethers.js.
Please also reach out to us at email@example.com so we can add your logo to our website and future communications.
Useful links 🔗
- EIP for ENS multi-coin support: https://eips.ethereum.org/EIPS/eip-2304
- Gitter for developer help: https://gitter.im/ethereum/go-ethereum/name-registry
- Blog post for developers on how to integrate multi-coin support: https://medium.com/the-ethereum-name-service/how-to-integrate-ens-multi-coin-support-into-your-wallet-for-developers-8d3a8a37d1eb
- Docs: https://docs.ens.domains
- Manager: https://app.ens.domains/
- Github: https://github.com/ensdomains
What is ENS?
For those who are new: ENS is the leading blockchain-based naming service, providing naming for the blockchain ecosystem and far beyond.
In addition to support for all cryptocurrencies, ENS is also a key component of the emerging decentralized web (ENS+IPFS, accessible natively in Opera, in other browsers with the MetaMask extension, or via EthDNS with .LINK), is a working solution to the Tor .onion address naming problem, has support for voluntary personal WhoIs data, and even has a project underway for serving traditional DNS records (more information coming soon). (Learn more: Everything You Can Do With Your ENS Name Right Now)
Managed by a non-profit organization that spun out of the Ethereum Foundation, ENS seeks to bring the blockchain benefits of decentralization, security, and censorship-resistance to the Internet’s naming infrastructure.