Notice anything different on Newton? We just launched trading, funding and withdrawal support for five new coins (as well as funding and withdrawal support for Dogecoin), with four new coins coming next week and many more on the way.
Please note: When funding your Newton wallet with these tokens you must select the ERC20 network. Newton does not support transfers from BEP2 or BEP20 tokens.
Previously known as the Matic Network, Polygon (MATIC) is a protocol created to build and scale Ethereum-compatible blockchains similarly to Polkadot and Cosmos. Polygon allows its users and developers to create dapps and deploy preset blockchains suited to their requirements. The network's token is called MATIC, and is used to power smart-contracts on the platform.
Aave (AAVE) is the native token for the Ethereum-based Aave money market. Aave was one of the first chains to focus on functionality allowing users to borrow and lend various stablecoins and altcoins.
Compound (COMP) is a defi protocol running on Ethereum technology that allows its users to deposit tokens into lending pools to be borrowed by other users. In addition to interest earned, users are rewarded with amounts a token called COMP for borrowing, withdrawing or repaying assets.
Uniswap (UNI) is one of the largest decentralized exchanges (DEX) by volume. Like all DEX's, there is no orderbook and users trade against a liquidity pool. Uniswap runs on the Ethereum blockchain, and utilizes an automated market maker (AMM) model allowing for quick, trustless swaps and retention of keys throughout the entire process. The platform uses the tradable UNI token for staking and rewards.
Chainlink (LINK) is an Ethereum token that powers the Chainlink decentralized oracle network. It’s value is directly correlated to the number of node operators within its decentralized oracle system that offer off-chain services. Chainlink allows smart contracts on built on the Ethereum platform to securely connect to external systems.