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How to find your wallet address in Trust Wallet

06:37 PM Jan 18, 2022 IST | Ground report
how to find your wallet address in trust wallet

Ground Report | New Delhi: Wallet address in Trust Wallet; If you want to send or receive cryptocurrency, you need to find your wallet address in Trust Wallet. Once you have found your wallet address in Trust Wallet, you can copy it. Alternatively, you can send the cryptocurrency by pasting your other address.

For example, if you want to send BNB to your BNB wallet on Wallet, you need to copy your address. Then paste your BNB wallet address through Wallet on the submit page of a crypto exchange like Binance.


The withdrawal process usually takes between 30 and 60 minutes to complete. In this guide, you will learn how to find your wallet address, BEP20 (BNB) address, and ERC20 (ETH) address in Wallet.

Wallet address in Trust Wallet

  • Tap on the crypto you want to receive
  • Tap on “Receive”
  • Tap “Copy” to copy your crypto address

After tapping “Receive”, you will see the cryptocurrency address along with its QR code. For example, if you have tapped “Receive” on your Bitcoin wallet, the “Receive BTC” page will open. On the page,  you will see a QR code with your Bitcoin wallet address below it. Additionally, there will be a sentence that says, “Send only Bitcoin (BTC) to this address.”


Followed by, ‘Sending any other currency may result in a permanent loss.’ Make sure the first sentence includes the cryptocurrency you wish to receive.

Once you have copied your Bitcoin address, you will be able to send Bitcoin from an exchange or other wallet there. Before sending cryptocurrency to Wallet, make sure you use the correct address and network.


Otherwise, you may lose your funds permanently. You have successfully learned how to find your wallet address in Wallet!


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