Manages custom token lists for Brave Wallet

npm install brave-wallet-lists@1.0.4



Manages custom token lists for Brave Wallet


To test out the output of this package you have to use a docker. It has been tested on Linux and macOS:

  • Install docker
  • Create a docker image docker build -t token-lists .
  • Launch the docker image docker run -u "$(id -u):$(id -g)" -v "$PWD/build:/token-lists/build" -ti token-lists
  • You will see an output in the build folder

Publishing token list to npm

brave/brave-core-crx-packager uses the npm package published here brave-wallet-lists.

It will be automatically published when your PR is merged and release is created.

This outputs a no dependency package with output images and token lists.

Testing a deployment

To test wallet data files use the development component updater with a fresh profile.

To do this you can use the command line argument --use-dev-goupdater-url.

You can use a clean profile without clearing with this as well: --user-data-dir=<tmp-dir>.

If you're using a development build, you can set the dev server via this npmrc environment in ~/.npmrc:


You can test a deployment by running the Jenkins job named: brave-core-ext-wallet-data-files-update-publish-dev Please check to make sure it succeeds.

Wait 5-10 minutes as the server will purge its cache during that timeframe and start serving the new component.

Then startup Brave using: open -a Brave\ Browser\ --args --use-dev-goupdater-url --user-data-dir=$(mktemp -d)

After things are tested you can run the Jenkins job: brave-core-ext-wallet-data-files-update-publish and then after success, test on your normal Brave profile. The change will be live within 5-10 minutes. Please also test on production.

After testing on production, gives sign off in Slack on #releases and #prod-changes.

Troubleshooting deployment

You can see a list of the components that the component updater serves by going to these URLs: