Which network should I use to withdraw and deposit my crypto?

Every crypto uses a specific network to operate on. Nowadays, some exchanges and wallet providers offer support for multiple networks for each crypto. This can lead to some confusion on which network to use when interacting with your LiteBit wallet. 

Which networks are used the most?

With the increased popularity of DeFi and advances in blockchain technology, numerous networks can be used for the most popular crypto. The most used and popular networks are Ethereum (ERC-20) and BNB Chain (BEP20).

Which network does LiteBit support for each individual crypto?

We've included each crypto and network that is supported below:

Crypto Network
0x ERC-20
ApeCoin ERC-20
Audius ERC-20
Axie Infinity ERC-20
Basic-Attention-Token ERC-20
Binance-Coin BEP2
Bitcoin Bitcoin
Band-Protocol ERC-20
Bitcoin-Cash Bitcoin-Cash
Cardano Cardano
Chainlink ERC-20
Chiliz ERC-20
Compound ERC-20
Curve ERC-20
Dash Dash
Decentraland ERC-20
DigiByte DigiByte
Dogecoin Dogecoin
Dusk-Network ERC-20
Enjin ERC-20
Ethereum ERC-20
EthereumClassic EthereumClassic
FTX-Token ERC-20
Immutable X ERC-20
The Graph ERC-20
Litecoin Litecoin
Loom-Network ERC-20
LTO Network ERC-20
Ocean Protocol ERC-20
OMG-Network ERC-20
Polygon (MATIC)


Please note: we do not support the MATIC chain

PowerLedger ERC-20
Qtum Qtum
Ravencoin Ravencoin
ReddCoin ReddCoin
Reserve-Rights ERC-20
Ripple XRP
Shiba Inu ERC-20
Stellar XLM
Stratis STRAX
SushiSwap ERC-20
Swipe ERC-20
SysCoin SysCoin
The Sandbox ERC-20
USD Coin ERC-20
Unibright ERC-20
Uniswap ERC-20
Verge Verge

If you are missing a crypto or if you have any questions, please contact our Customer Support.