Voyager gives users access to 19 crypto assets to trade with USD at launch, with more on the way with future updates! If you’d like to learn more about the Voyager app, you can read more here. In this post, we highlight the crypto assets which will be available on the Voyager app, as well as give some descriptions of each of the assets.

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:

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

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.

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”.

Ripple (XRP)

XRP is an enterprise blockchain solution for global payments. XRP connects banks, payment providers, digital asset exchanges and corporations via RippleNEt to provide one frictionless experience to send money globally.

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.


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.

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 involve quick transactions as well as developer friendly tools.

Litecoin (LTC)

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

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.

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. 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.

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

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.

Cardano (ADA)

Cardano is a fully open source project that is developing a smart contract platform which 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.

Iota (IOTA)

IOTA is focused on supporting and expanding the Internet-of-Things ot enable companies to explore new B2B models. IOTA uses 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.

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 focused in order to make smart contracts easily accessible to developers across the business spectrum.

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.

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.


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.

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.

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.

Monero (XMR)

Monero uses 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.

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