Monolith is built on Ethereum, which means you can receive tokens from any Ethereum address and use them within the app. While using Ethereum to send tokens is pretty simple, it can take some getting used to. This guide explains how to send them to your Monolith wallet from another address, as well as how to add unsupported tokens so that they show up in your wallet. Read on to learn more.

1. Copy Wallet Address

Start by opening the Monolith app. …


The Monolith wallet has a number of killer features. One of them is the ability to receive tokens from any Ethereum address, allowing you to store and use ERC-20 tokens within our app. But as with all crypto-related activity, this process requires some level of caution. It’s particularly important to ensure that you use the Ethereum network to send any tokens to your wallet rather than trying with another blockchain. Binance Smart Chain is an example of a popular EVM-compatible blockchain. While it can’t be used to send tokens to Monolith, there is a way to retrieve your assets if…


The decentralised finance space has grown at a staggering rate. Widely considered the main use case for the Ethereum blockchain alongside the burgeoning NFT movement, DeFi has brought almost $100 billion of value locked on the network. Without a doubt the biggest catalyst for DeFi’s growth has been the emergence of yield farming. In this feature, we’ll explore how yield farmers are profiting from putting their assets to work on Ethereum applications, our plans to leverage yield farming with token.com, and the risks associated with this experimental technological innovation.

Put simply, yield farming is a way to earn on your…


We’re currently preparing to launch our new product, token.com.

Set to go live in Brazil, token.com is a revolutionary app that makes it possible to increase your wealth like never before. Unlike Monolith, which has found a dedicated user base with passionate Ethereum natives, token.com is designed for new crypto entrants. The cryptocurrency ecosystem is on the cusp of exponential growth over the next decade, and we believe that the space needs to be more accessible to attract the next wave of adopters. As token.com will soon go live, we wanted to put together a guide detailing how it will…


Crypto is in the midst of a big year. While growing interest in Bitcoin, Ethereum, and NFT technology has given the space more mainstream exposure than ever before, the combination of parabolic growth and buzz surrounding the industry has attracted the attention of critics and concerned regulators worldwide. Growing pressure in both China and the US has escalated fears within the industry, leading some to believe that crypto will soon face its biggest existential threat to date. Nonetheless, crypto regulation is unlikely to bring an end to the technology — and it could bring some positives to the space. …


We’re hiring.

We have four new vacancies for a Finance Lead, Senior UX Designer, Head of Design and Talent Acquisition Specialist.

Joining Monolith is an opportunity to shape the future of finance. Our mission is to make it easy, safe and fun to grow money through the power of decentralised technology, and we believe that blockchains will profoundly change our society for the better over the coming decades. Every member of our team shares this belief, and each of us is proud to hold a place at the forefront of the crypto movement.

We’re busy working on our new product…


Community is at the core of everything we do at Monolith. We spend a lot of time checking in with our community to see how we can improve our offering, and we’re always happy to hear from our loyal supporters. One of our biggest proponents is Alexandros Tsachouridis, a digital nomad who’s currently cycling around the world for his bike4peace project. Alexandros is on a mission to raise $1 million to get from Mexico to Argentina on two wheels, and he’s been using Monolith along the way.

Alexandros discovered Monolith in 2020, and he’s become a believer in the future…


The cryptocurrency space has returned to mainstream consciousness in 2021, and not only because of Bitcoin’s recent ascent. Blockchain technology has seen a new wave of interest thanks to the explosion of NFTs, introducing many to the endless possibilities of smart contracts on Ethereum. The hype reached a climax in March when the digital artist Beeple sold a tokenized piece of his artwork for $69.34 million at Christie’s. The historic sale made him the world’s third most valuable auctioned living artist. Excitement has also returned to the space following a market-wide crash in May, leading some to suggest that crypto…


Blockchains, cryptocurrencies, decentralised finance — there’s a lot to take in once you dive into this new world. Keeping up with everything can be overwhelming. We know that there’s a lot of jargon that gets used in the crypto and DeFi space, and it’s not always obvious what a lot of it means. With that in mind, we decided to put together a glossary to help you navigate your way through decentralised finance. We’re building a powerful new financial system with world-changing potential, so it’s worth getting to grips with the core concepts as early as possible. We’ll also be…


One of the most groundbreaking features of decentralised finance is the ability to swap between different crypto assets in a permissionless manner. Thanks to the power of smart contracts, any DeFi user can visit an automated market maker protocol, connect their wallet, and access liquidity pools to swap between tokens. In this guide, we’ll explain how to swap tokens in your Monolith wallet.

Please note this article applies to the newest versions of the Monolith wallet, released after April 2021. If you have an older version of the app, you can also access our Paraswap integration to swap tokens in…

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