Voyager allows our users to trade 55+ top crypto assets with USD. In this post, we highlight the crypto assets currently available on the Voyager app.

In listing assets for trading on Voyager, we consider a number of factors, including but not limited to, liquidity, market access, investor demand, and the overall function of the crypto asset.

We seek to list assets and support companies that are forward-thinking, compliant with regulations, and have the potential to contribute to the economy of tomorrow.

Here is the full list of coins to be supported on the Voyager App:

Ox (ZRX)

Ox (ZRX) is an open protocol that enables the peer-to-peer exchange of assets on the Ethereum blockchain. Ox is building an infrastructure to enable decentralized exchanges and applications to build on top of its blockchain. Developers can use 0x to build their own custom exchange apps with a wide variety of user-facing applications i.e. 0x OTC, a decentralized application that facilitates trustless over-the-counter trading of Ethereum-based tokens. One billion tokens were created, of which 500 million were sold in the ICO. The remaining 50% of supply was allocated between the Ox company, a developer fund, the founding team, and early backers & advisors.


Aave is a decentralized non-custodial money market protocol where users can participate as depositors or borrowers. Depositors provide liquidity to the market to earn a passive income, while borrowers are able to borrow in an overcollateralized (perpetually) or undercollateralized (one-block liquidity) fashion. The goal of Aave as a protocol is to bring decentralized finance to the masses. Aave protocol has been audited and secured. The protocol is completely open source, which allows anyone to interact with Aave user interface client, APR or directly with smart contracts on the Ethereum Network.

Algorand (ALGO)

Algorand is a permissionless, pure proof-of-stake blockchain protocol that, without forking, provides the necessary security, scalability, and decentralization needed for today's economy. It's a decentralized digital currency and transactions platform, enabling traditional finance and decentralized financial businesses to embrace the world of frictionless finance.

Avalanche (AVAX)

Avalanche is an open-source platform for launching decentralized finance applications and enterprise blockchain deployments in one interoperable, highly scalable ecosystem. Developers who build on Avalanche can easily create applications and custom blockchain networks with complex rulesets or build on existing private or public subnets.

Band Protocol (BAND)

Band Protocol is a cross-chain data oracle network that aggregates and connects real-world data and APIs to smart contracts. Blockchains enable immutable storage and deterministic, verifiable computations -- however, they cannot securely access data available outside the blockchain networks. Band Protocol enables smart contract applications such as DeFi, prediction markets, and games to be built on-chain without relying on the single point of failure of a centralized oracle.

Basic Attention Token (BAT)

Basic Attention Token (BAT) is a blockchain-based digital advertising and rewards token from Brave Software. The Basic Attention Token is an Ethereum-based ERC20 token that enables advertisers, publishers, content creators, and developers to reward each other for their services.  User attention is privately monitored in the Brave browser and publishers are rewarded accordingly with BATs. Users also receive BAT tokens for participating.

Bitcoin (BTC)

Bitcoin, often referred to as “digital gold”, is the first digital currency using blockchain technology to manage a decentralized immutable ledger. Bitcoin is not controlled by any central authority and has a shared record of every transaction ever made.

Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

Bitcoin Cash is peer-to-peer electronic cash for the internet. It is fully decentralized with no central bank and requires no trusted third parties to operate. Bitcoin Cash is a fork of the Bitcoin blockchain ledger, with upgraded consensus rules that allow it to grow and scale.

Bitcoin Satoshi’s Vision (BSV)

After a November 15, 2018 network upgrade, BCH forked into two competing chains that have been battling for miner votes to lead the network rule set. ABC supporters used a burst of rented hash power to create the illusion of an early lead, whilst the Bitcoin Cash SV miners used their own genuine investment in mining hash to provide a dominant lead before the hard fork and a consistent level of support since then. Since ABC's artificial early lead, the Bitcoin Cash SV chain has gained ground. On November 25, the BCHSV chain significantly led ABC as the longest chain, at times over 30 blocks ahead. Bitcoin Cash SV also reduced ABC's lead in accumulated Proof of Work to a 26% margin )down from over 55% just a few days ago). Thus, the hash war was trending exactly as CoinGeek predicted, with SV's sustained hash prepared to outlast and eventually overtake "rented" or subsidized has for ABC.

BitTorrent (BTT)

The BitTorrent Token (BTT) allows content creators to connect with their audience, earn, and spend digital currency without a middleman. BitTorrent (BTT) token is a TRC-10 utility token based on the TRON blockchain to foster faster speeds on the world’s largest decentralized application. BTT can also be bid in exchange for faster downloads. BitTorrent Protocol is the world’s largest decentralized protocol with over 1 billion users. BitTorrent Inc. invented and maintains the BitTorrent protocol. While there are many implementations of BitTorrent Software, BitTorrent and “utorrent” remain two of the most popular.

Cardano (ADA)

Cardano is a fully open-source crypto project that is developing a smart contract platform that aims to deliver more advanced features than any existing blockchain protocol. It adopts a scientific philosophy and a research-first driven approach. Cardano wants to achieve a balance between the needs of users with those of regulators, and in doing so combine privacy with regulation.

Celo (CELO)

Celo describes itself as an open platform that makes financial tools accessible to anyone with a mobile phone. The Celo Platform is decentralized, programmable, and customizable. It aims to enable a robust ecosystem of organizations, validators, and developers, to build an open financial system that helps their communities grow and prosper.

Chainlink (LINK) is a decentralized oracle service, which aims to connect smart contracts with data from the real world. Since blockchains cannot access data outside their network, oracles are needed to function as data feeds in smart contracts. Oracles provide external data (e.g. temperature, weather) that trigger smart contract executions upon the fulfillment of predefined conditions.

Compound (COMP)

Compound is an algorithmic money market protocol on Ethereum that lets users earn interest or borrow assets against collateral. Anyone can supply assets to Compound’s liquidity pool and immediately begin earning continuously-compounding interest. Rates adjust automatically based on supply and demand. Supplied asset balances are represented by cTokens: representations of the underlying asset that earn interest and serve as collateral.

Cosmos (ATOM)

Cosmos is a network of many independent blockchains, called zones. The zones are powered by Tendermint Core, which provides a high-performance, consistent secure PBFT-like consensus engine, where strict fork-accountability guarantees hold over the behavior of malicious actors. Tendermint Core’s BFT consensus algorithm is well suited for scaling public proof-of-stake blockchains.

Dai (DAI)

Multi Collateral Dai (DAI) is a multi collateral-backed cryptocurrency. It was created by the Maker, a smart contract platform on the Ethereum blockchain, to enable anyone to leverage their Ethereum assets and generate MCD tokens on the Maker Platform. Once generated, MCD can be used in the same manner as any other cryptocurrency.

Dash (DASH)

Dash (DASH) is Digital Cash, aimed at making instant private payments online or in-store using a secure open-source platform. Dash uses a self-governing, self-funding protocol with "Masternodes" to help drive development growth where participants propose and fund projects directly within the network.

Decentraland (MANA)

Decentraland (MANA) defines itself as a virtual reality platform powered by the Ethereum blockchain that allows users to create, experience, and monetize content and applications. In this virtual world, users purchase plots of land that they can later navigate, build upon, and monetize. Decentraland uses two tokens: MANA and LAND. MANA is an ERC20 token that must be burned to acquire non-fungible ERC721 LAND tokens.

DigitByte (DGB)

DigiByte (DGB) is a global blockchain with a focus on cybersecurity for digital payments and decentralized applications. DigiByte considers itself a faster and more secure alternative to Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. DigiByte blocks are mined every fifteen seconds, compared to the Bitcoin blockchain, which produces blocks every ten minutes.

Dogecoin (DOGE)

Dogecoin (DOGE) started from an internet meme as a joke but its passionate community helped grow the cryptocurrency to a $341 million market cap. DOGE is similar to Bitcoin but it's much easier to mine (or "dig'' as it's referred to in the DOGE protocol). Dogecoin is a peer-to-peer, open source digital currency noted for its Shiba Inu coin mascot. Dogecoin is represented as a fun, lighthearted and friendly cryptocurrency to transfer value between its community. Unlike Bitcoin, DOGE has an unlimited supply and more than 120 million coins have already been mined.

Elrond (EGLD)

Elrond is a blockchain protocol that seeks to offer extremely fast transaction speeds by using sharding. The project describes itself as a technology ecosystem for the new internet, which includes fintech, decentralized finance, and the Internet of Things. Its smart contracts execution platform is reportedly capable of 15,000 transactions per second, six-second latency and a $0.001 transaction cost. The blockchain has a native token known as EGLD, that is used for paying network fees, staking, and rewarding validators.

Enjin (ENJ)

Enjin established itself as a blockchain ecosystem developer, building a suite of user-first blockchain products that enable anyone to easily manage, explore, distribute, and integrate blockchain assets. Built on top of an on-chain infrastructure and comprised of the Enjin Platform, Marketplace, Wallet, Beam, and other tools and services, the Enjin ecosystem aims to enable game industry businesses to increase revenue, gain a competitive edge, and innovate.

Eosio (EOS)

EOS is a scalable and flexible infrastructure for decentralized applications. With their new blockchain architecture similar to an operating system, EOS is working to enable vertical and horizontal scaling of decentralized applications.

Ethereum (ETH)

Ethereum is an open platform that enables developers to build and deploy decentralized applications. The easiest way to think of Ethereum is as a programmable Bitcoin that allows participants to run decentralized blockchain applications called “smart contracts”.

Ethereum Classic (ETC)

Ethereum Classic is a continuation of the original Ethereum blockchain. Like Ethereum, Ethereum Classic is a decentralized platform that runs digital applications called “smart contracts”, but diverged from Ethereum after a security breach in the DAO smart contract that led to a fork and divergence.

Golem (GLM)

Golem (GLM) is a peer-to-peer decentralized marketplace for computing power. The project aims to be an alternative to centralized cloud service providers with its lower price point and open-source community of developers. The Golem network pools global computing power and enables users to access these resources with GLM. Token holders pay resource owners to complete tasks requiring computational resources. The network is composed of the aggregated power of user devices. Golem is reportedly able to compute tasks that run the gamut from CGI rendering to machine learning.

Hedera Hashgraph (HBAR)

Hedera describes itself as a decentralized public network where developers can build secure, fair applications with near real-time consensus. The platform is owned and governed by a council of global members including Avery Dennison, Boeing, Deutsche Telekom, DLA Piper, FIS (WorldPay), Google, IBM, LG Electronics, and more. The Hedera Consensus Service (HCS) acts as a trust layer for any application or permissioned network and allows for the creation of an immutable and verifiable log of messages. Application messages are submitted to the Hedera network for consensus, given a trusted timestamp, and fairly ordered.


The goal of Icon is to help interconnect different blockchains around the world, bringing together financial institutions, insurance companies, hospitals, universities, and more into the ICON Network. Icon is creating ICONex, a wallet, ICONick, a wallet ID, and BIA, the Blockchain Interoperability Alliance as a part of the Icon ecosystem.

Iota (IOT)

IOT is focused on supporting and expanding the Internet-of-Things to enable companies to explore new B2B models. IOT uses the new ledger technology called the “Tangle” which is able to settle transactions with zero fees so devices can trade exact amounts of resources on-demand securely and verified on the ledger.

Kyber (KNC)

Kyber Network’s on-chain liquidity protocol allows decentralized token swaps to be integrated into any application, enabling value exchange to be performed seamlessly between all parties in the ecosystem. Tapping on the protocol, developers can build payment flows and financial apps, including instant token swap services. ERC-20 payments, and innovative financial Dapps - helping to build a world where any token is usable anywhere.

Litecoin (LTC)

Litecoin is a peer-to-peer digital currency, meant to enable instant near-zero cost payments to anyone in the world. Litecoin is an open-source, global payment network that is fully decentralized without any central authorities.

Maker (MKR)

Maker DAO is a decentralized autonomous organization on the Ethereum blockchain seeking to minimize the price volatility of its own stable token DAI against the IMF’s currency basket SDR. Its token, MKR is a speculative Ethereum based that backs the value of the DAI, a stable price stable coin issued on Ethereum. Maker earns a continuous fee on all outstanding dai in return for governing the system and taking on the risk of bailouts. Maker’s income is funnelled to MKR owners through a Buy Back program.

Monero (XMR)

Monero is focused on privacy, using a technology called "ring signatures" to shuffle users' public keys to keep transactions and addresses confidential. Monero states that they cryptographically secure the origin and amount of payments, making transactions untraceable to a particular user or real-world identity.

Neo (NEO)

NEO is using a distributed network to combine digital assets, digital identity, and smart contracts to create a smart economy. NEO is highly developer-friendly and focused in order to make smart contracts easily accessible to developers across the business spectrum.

Nervos Network (CKB)

Nervos Network describes itself as an open-source public blockchain ecosystem and collection of protocols. The Nervos CKB (Common Knowledge Base) is the layer 1, proof of work public blockchain protocol of the Nervos Network. It reportedly allows any crypto-asset to be stored with the security, immutability and permissionless nature of Bitcoin while enabling smart contracts and layer 2 scaling. It aims to capture the total network value through its "store of value" crypto-economic design and native token, the CKByte (CKB).

Ocean Protocol (OCEAN)

Ocean Protocol is a tokenized service layer that exposes data, storage, compute and algorithms for consumption with a set of deterministic proofs on availability and integrity that serve as verifiable service agreements. There is staking on services to signal quality, reputation, and ward off Sybil Attacks.

OMG Network (OMG)

OMG Network (OMG) is building a decentralized exchange, liquidity provider mechanism, clearinghouse messaging network, and asset-backed blockchain gateway. OMG Network is an Ethereum based proof-of-stake (PoS) platform that enables businesses and individuals to securely access a wide range of financial services, invest, exchange, and spend digital assets anytime, anywhere.

Ontology (ONT)

Ontology is a new high-performance public blockchain project and a distributed trust collaboration platform. Ontology provides new high-performance public blockchains that include a series of complete distributed ledgers and smart contract systems. The Ontology blockchain framework supports public blockchain systems and is able to customize different public blockchains for different applications. Ontology supports collaboration amongst chain networks with its various protocol groups.

Orchid (OXT)

Orchid takes a new approach to digital privacy with the first peer-to-peer, incentivized privacy network. On the network, anyone can buy and sell bandwidth using the Orchid token (OXT). Users can browse privately and access content without being limited by their geography. With its decentralized design, multi-hop architecture, and Open Source ethos, Orchid offers users “unprecedented digital privacy in a trustless context”.

Polkadot (DOT)

Polkadot is an open-source project founded by the Web3 Foundation. Polkadot is a sharded protocol that enables blockchain networks to operate together. The DOT token serves three distinct purposes: governance over the network, staking, and bonding.

Polygon (MATIC)

Matic provides scalable, secure and instant transactions using sidechains based on an adapted implementation of Plasma framework for asset security and a decentralized network of Proof-of-Stake (PoS) validators. In short, it allows anyone to create scalable DApps while ensuring a superior user experience in a secure and decentralized manner. It has a working implementation for Ethereum on Ropsten Testnet. Matic intends to support other blockchains in the future which will enable it to provide interoperability features alongside offering scalability to existing public blockchains.

Qtum (QTUM)

QTUM takes the bitcoin core infrastructure and combines it with many of the advantages of the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM, QTUM designed this approach to create stability, modularity, and interoperability of smart contracts.

Serum (SRM)

Project Serum describes itself as a functional decentralized exchange with trustless cross-chain trading, at the speed and price that customers want.

Stellar Lumens (XLM)

Stellar Lumens (XLM) Stellar is a non-profit organization with the goal of expanding access to financial services at low costs to help individuals and fight poverty. Bringing a customizable payments infrastructure that involves quick transactions as well as developer-friendly tools.

StormX (STMX)

StormX is a gamified marketplace that enables users to earn STMC ERC-20 tokens by completing micro-tasks or shopping at global partner stores online. Users can earn staking rewards, shopping, and micro-task benefits for holding STMX in their own wallet.

SushiSwap (SUSHI)

SushiSwap is designed to be an evolution of #Uniswap with $SUSHi tokenomics. SushiSwap protocol better aligns incentives for network participants by introducing revenue-sharing and network effects to the popular automated market maker (AMM) model.

Terra Luna (LUNA)

Terra is a blockchain protocol that uses fiat-pegged stablecoins to power price-stable global payments systems. According to its white paper, Terra combines the price stability and wide adoption of fiat currencies with the censorship-resistance of Bitcoin (BTC) and offer fast and affordable settlements. The Terra Protocol runs on a Proof of Stake (PoS) blockchain and is backed by its cryptocurrency LUNA. Miners stake LUNA to mine Terra transactions and power the Terra network.

Tether (USDT)

Tether (USDT) is a cryptocurrency with a value meant to mirror the value of the U.S. dollar. The idea was to create a stable cryptocurrency that can be used like digital dollars. Tether converts cash into digital currency, to anchor or “tether” the value of the coin to the price of national currencies like the US dollar giving it a stable price.

Tezos (ZRX)

Tezos is an open-source platform for creating smart contracts and building decentralized applications. Different than other peer-to-peer networks, Tezos can evolve by upgrading itself. Stakeholders govern upgrades to the core protocol, including upgrades to the amendment process itself.

The Graph (GRT)

The Graph is an indexing protocol for querying data for networks like Ethereum and IPFS, powering many applications in both DeFi and the broader Web3 ecosystem. Anyone can build and publish open APIs, called subgraphs, that applications can query using GraphQL to retrieve blockchain data. There is a hosted service in production that makes it easy for developers to get started building on The Graph and the decentralized network will be launching later this year. The Graph currently supports indexing data from Ethereum, IPFS and POA, with more networks coming soon.

Tron (TRX)

The goal of Tron is to create a worldwide free content entertainment ecosystem. Creating a decentralized content provider that is free from censorship.


TrueUSD, part of the TrustToken asset tokenization platform, is a blockchain-based stablecoin pegged to the value of USD. In the TrueUSD system, U.S. Dollars are held in the bank accounts of multiple trust companies that have signed escrow agreements, rather than in a bank account controlled by a single company. The contents of said bank accounts are published every day and are subject to monthly audits.


UMA describes itself as a protocol for building synthetic assets. It aims to allow users to write self-enforcing smart contracts with economic guarantees. UMA is designed to power the financial innovations made possible by permissionless, public blockchains, like Ethereum. Using concepts borrowed from FIAT financial derivatives, UMA defines an open-source protocol that allows any two counterparties to design and create their own financial contracts. But unlike traditional derivatives, UMA contracts are secured with economic incentives alone, making them self-enforcing and universally accessible.

UNI (Uniswap)

Since its inception, the Uniswap Protocol ("Uniswap") has served as trustless and highly decentralized financial infrastructure. Having proven product-market fit for highly decentralized financial infrastructure with a platform that has thrived independently, Uniswap is now particularly well positioned  for community-led-growth, development, and self-sustainability. The introduction of UNI (ERC-20) serves this purpose, enabling shared community ownership and a vibrant, diverse, and dedicated governance system, which will actively guide the protocol towards the future.


USDC is a fully collateralized US dollar stablecoin. It is an Ethereum powered coin and is the brainchild of CENTRE, an open-source project. USDCs are issued by regulated and licensed financial institutions that maintain full reserves of the equivalent fiat currency in a 1 USDC: 1 USD ratio.

VeChain (VET)

VeChain is a blockchain-enabled supply chain product management platform that allows product manufacturers to collect, manage, and share product data with vendors and consumers throughout the product life cycle.

Verge (XVG)

Verge's mission is to empower people around the world by bringing blockchain transactions into everyday life. Verge was created to improve upon the original Bitcoin blockchain and aims to provide individuals and businesses with a fast, private, and decentralized way of transacting.

Voyager (VGX)

The Voyager Token (VGX) rewards users within the Voyager crypto broker ecosystem. VGX generates interest when held in the Voyager app and will soon offer cash back rewards, and other exclusive features. VGX, formerly Ethos (ETHOS), can also be stored in its native wallet, the Ethos Universal Wallet. The Ethos Universal Wallet gives users the power to self custody 150+ crypto assets securely. (YFI)

Yearn is a growing collection of DeFi services, intended to act as a simple gateway for the wider DeFi ecosystem. YFI is purely and simply a governance token. Its holders are allowed to vote on decisions that affect Yearn. Its centerpiece is the ability to automatically invest user deposits in the highest-yielding place available in the DeFi ecosystem, through Yearn Vaults. Users deposit funds into the vault, and those funds are collectively allocated to the most lucrative yield farming available, and the returns from those are distributed proportionally to users, accumulating to the yTokens users are given when they make deposits. Yearn can similarly let people make stablecoin deposits straight to the highest-yielding lending platform available, to earn competitive returns on stablecoins.

ZCash (ZEC)

ZCash is a decentralized and open-source cryptocurrency that provides strong privacy protections. Shielded transactions hide the sender, recipient, and value on the blockchain. It is a mineable cryptocurrency much like bitcoin, however using a different algorithm

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