Common Chains for Deposit

Overview: Token chains are divided into mainnet networks, ERC20, TRC20, KRC20etc. KuCoin only supports the deposit of the corresponding tokens' chains.

 

Introduction to USDT Multi-Network:

KuCoin users will be able to deposit and withdraw USDT in four forms: USDT-TRON, USDT-ERC20,USDT-KRC20, USDT-EOS, and USDT-Algorand.

To ensure that users can freely choose their favored forms of USDT to deposit and withdraw at any time, KuCoin will exchange four forms of USDT in advance to ensure an adequate balance of these 4 forms of USDT. If you do not agree to the exchange, please do not deposit or withdraw USDT.

Notes:

  • USDT-ERC20 is the USDT issued by Tether based on the ETH network. Its deposit address is the ETH address, with deposits and withdrawals taking place on the ETH network. The protocol of USDT-ERC20 is the ERC20 protocol.
  • USDT-TRON (TRC20) is the USDT issued by Tether based on the TRON network. The currency deposit address is the TRON address, with deposits and withdrawals taking place on the TRON network. The USDT-TRON (TRC20) uses the TRC20 protocol.
  • USDT-EOS is the USDT issued by Tether based on the EOS network. The currency deposit address is the EOS address, with deposits and withdrawals taking place on the EOS network. The USDT-EOS uses the EOS protocol.
  • USDT-Algorand is the USDT based on the ALGO network. But the currency deposit address is different from ALGO deposit address. with deposits and withdrawals taking place on the ALGO  network. The USDT-Algoranduses the EOS protocol.
  • USDT-KRC20 is the USDT issued by Tether based on the KCC network.

Introduction to BTC Multi-Network:

KuCoin has already supported the BTC deposit addresses of 3 chains, the BTC chain, KRC20 chain, and the TRC20 chain: 

BTC: KuCoin supports BTC-Segwit from(starts with "bc") and BTC form( starts with "3")deposit addresses, and the withdrawal function supports withdrawals to three formats.

  • BTC-SegWit: The address starts with "bc". One of the main features of this format is that it is case-insensitive (the address only contains 0-9, az), so it can effectively avoid confusion and make it easier to read.
  • BTC: The address starts with "3", it supports more complex functions than the Legacy address, in order to be compatible with the old version.
  • Legacy: The address starts with "1", which is the original address format of Bitcoin and is still in use today. KuCoin does not support this format of the deposit address.

TRC20: The address starts with "T", the deposit and withdrawal of this address only support the TRC20 chain, and can't withdraw to the address of the BTC chain.

KRC20: is the BTC issued by Tether based on the KCC network.

 

Mainnet:

  • KCC is a high-performance and decentralized public chain built by KCS’ and KuCoin’s fan communities.
  • ERC20 refers to the Ethereum network.
  • TRC20 refers to the TRON network.
  • BTC refers to the Bitcoin network.
  • EOS refers to EOS network
  • BEP2 refers to the Binance Chain.
  • BEP20 refers to the Binance Smart Chain (BSC).

Note: After an ERC20 token completes the upgrade, its contract address will be updated, and you can judge the token you hold from the contract address is a token with the new contract address or with the old contract address. In order to avoid your loss, it is recommended that you contact the withdrawal party to confirm the contract address of the token you hold, and please do not deposit the token with the contract address that we do not support. In addition, for some tokens, we now only support it as ERC20 chain, please do not deposit mainnet token to your ERC20 token's deposit address.

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