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EVM Tokens

The EOS tokens on the EOS EVM are the exact same tokens as the ones on the EOS Network.

This means that EOS tokens you see on exchanges are the same as the ones you use on EOS EVM. However, since most exchanges only support the native version of those tokens, you must bridge your tokens to use them on the EVM.

Testnet faucet

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Bridge from EOS to EOS EVM

Bridge tokens yourself

If you have EOS tokens on the EOS Mainnet or Jungle Testnet, you can send EOS directly to your EVM address. Open your wallet and send EOS tokens to eosio.evmin with your EVM address as the memo.

Bridge tokens from an exchange


Not all exchanges support sending tokens to a smart contract. Depending on the exchange you are using you might need to first send the tokens to your own wallet and then follow the directions in the previous section.

To withdraw EOS tokens from a centralized exchange (CEX) to an EOS EVM address:

  1. Visit the withdrawal screen of the Exchange's app
  2. Select EOS as Coin
  3. Select EOS as Network
  4. Enter eosio.evmin as Wallet Address
  5. Enter your EOS EVM public key as Memo

EOS EVM Token Flow

Bridge from EOS EVM to EOS

Bridge tokens yourself

To transfer tokens from an EVM address to an EOS account you must use the EOS EVM Mainnet Bridge or the EOS EVM Jungle Testnet Bridge.

  1. Select Withdraw
  2. Connect your wallet
  3. Enter an amount
  4. Enter an EOS account to send to
  5. Add an optional memo
  6. Click Transfer

Bridge tokens to an exchange


Some exchanges do not yet support tracking inline transfers on EOS, which prevents them from seeing EOS EVM transfers. If you are in doubt whether your exchange supports this, first bridge tokens to the native EOS Network, and then send them to your exchange account.

You can follow the same process as above, but instead of entering an EOS account, enter your exchange account name.

Most EOS exchanges also require a memo field, so make sure you enter it there or your tokens will be lost.

Important ERC-20 tokens

There are a few ERC-20 tokens that are available on the EOS EVM which serve as core components of apps and defi.

Wrapped EOS

Wrapped EOS represents the core system token EOS, but in the form of an ERC-20.



The USDT token is an ERC-20 that represents the stable-coin Tether.


Other tokens

These are other third party tokens which are supported across chains.