Add A New Token Contract Address
How to add a new token contract address to Lead Wallet application
Not all tokens are displayed by default on Lead Wallet app. If you want to receive or send a specific token that you cannot find on your wallet tab, you can simply add a new token contract address and the app will automatically display it for you.
To do so, the process is fairly easy. From your main wallet page, you should be able to find the search bar with text Search Coin
Inside this search bar, you will be able to see the + button. Tap it.
After you tap the + button, you will see the Add Custom Token page
This is how our Add Token Contract Address page looks like
Once you see this same interface above, you should select your preferred network. To add an ERC-20 token, the Network should be Ethereum. Then, copy-paste the token contract address to Contract Address on this page. The app will recognize the name, symbol, and decimals by itself. Tap Done and that's it.
If you want to add a token contract address on different network other than Ethereum, tap on Network and you will see a dropdown to choose other networks
You can add custom token among different blockchains (Ethereum, BSC, Avalanche C-Chain, Polygon, and HECO)
As of February 2022, you can add custom token contract address for Binance Smart Chain (BSC, BEP-20), Ethereum (ERC-20), Avalanche C-Chain, Polygon, and HECO. In the future version of the app, you will be able to add custom token contract addresses for other networks

How To Find The Token Contract Address For A Token I Would Like To See On Lead Wallet App?

For those who do not know how to find the custom token contract address, don't worry, it's a simple process. You can go to various trusted sources such as CoinMarketCap or CoinGecko. They display the token contract addresses for huge amount of tokens.
Let's use an example, Trader Joe token on Avalanche C-Chain. Go to CoinMarketCap website and find "JOE", you will see this page:
Find the Contracts row and tap on the copy-paste button here
Now go back to the Add Custom Token page on Lead Wallet app. Choose Avax as the Network. Paste the token contract address inside the Contract Address row.
Once you paste the token contract address correctly, the app will recognize the token name, symbol, and decimals
Tap Done button after you verify everything. The app will need a few seconds to add the Joe token to your main Wallet page.
After you add the correct token contract address, the new token will appear on your Wallet page
Congratulations! You have successfully added a new custom token to your Lead Wallet page. Tap on JoeToken and you will see the same Send/Receive page like every other token