ThunderCore Hub

Welcome to the gateway to cryptocurrency and the ThunderCore Blockchain



Sign-in simply with Google, Facebook or WeChat. Access your crypto assets and explore decentralized applications (DApps).

Experience the Decentralized Web

A full DApp browser that gives access to the decentralized web on a mobile device. All of the latest DApps are available through a beautiful user interface.

Robust & Full Featured

QR scanners, secure transaction histories, encrypted transfers and asset storage. ThunderCore Hub provides all of the requirements needed for a newcomer to the crypto space.

More Features

ThunderCore Hub contains even more advantages to deliver the best blockchain experience 

Crypto Asset Manager

Store Thunder Tokens, stablecoins and other crypto assets

Transactions Manager

Send and receive TT, TT-WBTC, TT-USDT and other tokens

QR Code Support

Receive and send tokens with QR code

DApps Browser

Browse decentralized applications

Game Player

Play DApp games

Smart Contract

Interact with smart contracts on ThunderCore

App Screenshots

Download ThunderCore Hub

Download ThunderCore Hub


You can send and receive multiple tokens, access to all kinds of services on the ThunderCore blockchain and buy Thunder Tokens (TT) via your wallet.

“Transaction” means the records of deposits and withdrawals of your digital assets. These transactions can be traced on ThunderCore Scan as well.

ThunderCore Hub supports all tokens active on the ThunderCore blockchain, including Thunder Token (TT), TT-USDT, TT-USDC, TT-WBTC, TT-ETH, TT-BNB, TT-BUSD and potentially others as they become available.

The ThunderCore Hub has a “browser” feature that allows users to explore and use DApps. The browser allows you to find and use applications such as games or services like TT Mining, TTSwap and many others.

We are using SSO (Single Sign On) as our log-in method, which means you don’t have to store your private key or mnemonic phrase.

Want to deploy your DApps on ThunderCore?

Want to deploy your DApps on ThunderCore?