How to send eth from coinbase pro to trust wallet
Learn how to withdraw cryptocurrency from Coinbase and transfer it to your Trust Wallet to ensure you hold your own private keys, in a secure, non-custodial wallet.
What Is Trust Wallet?
Trust Wallet is a simple and secure mobile multi-chain wallet that supports 64 blockchains and over 3 million digital assets including NFTs. It is currently being used by over 50M users worldwide facilitated by a fully security audited system that makes it simple to store all your crypto assets safely.
Your private keys are stored on your device and your assets on-chain meaning you are in full control at all times. Trust Wallet gives you the ability to natively buy, swap and stake your favourite crypto without having to leave the app and also connect to dApps with the in-built dApp browser.
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Why Transfer Your Funds To Trust Wallet?
Holding your crypto assets on a custodial platform like Coinbase.com means that you aren’t in complete control over your funds. Instead, you have to trust the provider with your private keys and thus de facto ownership of your cryptocurrencies.
In the case of Coinbase, for example, that means risking losing your crypto in case the publicly-traded company goes bankrupt, as the company explained in a recent earnings report.
You would be better off storing your crypto assets in a secure, non-custodial wallet like Trust Wallet, where you hold your private keys and have complete control over your funds.
Read on to learn how to withdraw crypto from Coinbase and transfer it to Trust Wallet for safekeeping.
How to Withdraw Funds from Coinbase in 4 easy steps:
If you are a Coinbase.com user and want to transfer your digital assets to a secure wallet like Trust Wallet, you will first need to log onto your Coinbase account online using your login credentials and complete two-factor authentication (2FA). Alternatively, you can open the Coinbase mobile app on your smartphone.
Next, access your wallets and take a look at which cryptocurrencies you hold in your Coinbase account.
Since Trust Wallet supports 3+ million digital currencies and tokens across 64+ blockchains, you will very likely be able to transfer any cryptocurrency you hold with Coinbase to your Trust Wallet.
Before you start sending your crypto over to your Trust Wallet, enable each cryptocurrency you want to receive to make it visible in Trust Wallet. To do that, simply click on the icon on the top right in your Trust Wallet and swipe the button next to each asset you want to make visible in the app.
Firstly, choose the first cryptocurrency you want to send and click on the specific asset’s wallet within your Trust Wallet. In this example, let’s use Solana (SOL).
Click on the ‘Receive’ button (image 1) and copy and paste the Solana wallet address (image 2).
Then, you open your Coinbase app and head to the ‘assets’ tab, viewable on the bottom of the screen. Next, click on the asset you want to send. In this case, choose Solana (SOL). (image 1)* Then, select the ‘Solana’ icon again (image 2).
Since you want to securely store your SOL tokens in a non-custodial wallet, you can send all your SOL by clicking the arrow button in the top right of the screen (image 1). Then, hit the MAX button in the top left of the screen, then tap the continue button (image 2). Then, paste in your Trust Wallet SOL wallet address and click ‘Preview Send (image 3).
Step 3.1: Where is my Trust Wallet Address?
It’s simple! Find the token you want to receive in your Trust Wallet, in this case SOL, and tap on recieve (image 1). Next, copy the address that opens in the next window (image 2).
Double-check that all the details are correct and then tap on ‘send now’, (image 1) and then ‘Done’ And that’s it!
Now, repeat this process for all digital assets that you are holding on Coinbase to transfer all your crypto to Trust Wallet.
Why Should You Move Your Crypto from Coinbase to Trust Wallet?
Coinbase.com and the Coinbase app provide custodial wallets, which means that Coinbase holds user wallets’ private keys, effectively holding crypto on behalf of their users.
The problem with that is that you have to trust Coinbase (and other custodial wallet providers) that they will take good care of your funds. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. There are countless stories of Coinbase users being locked out of their accounts and having their funds frozen. In these instances, it often takes users weeks or months to access their crypto holdings.
That’s why it’s essential to hold your crypto assets in a non-custodial wallet, like Trust Wallet, where only you have control over your wallet’s private keys. Trust Wallet cannot access your funds, nor does the company collect any user data that could identify users.
Buying crypto (cryptocurrencies) on Trust Wallet is very costly.
This is because Trust Wallet’s providers charge a very high fee—up to 5%.
Hence, it’s recommended that you buy your crypto from an exchange like Coinbase.
Coinbase charges a transaction fee of $0.99 to $2.99, which is much lower than the providers on Trust Wallet.
After you’ve bought crypto from an exchange, you can transfer it to Trust Wallet.
Then, you can use a decentralized exchange on Trust Wallet like PancakeSwap to swap BNB or Ethereum for another token.
Transferring crypto from Coinbase to Trust Wallet is a straightforward process.
The only prerequisites are having the Coinbase and the Trust Wallet app on your mobile device.
If you haven’t installed the Coinbase app on your mobile device yet, you need to do so.
You can also use Coinbase on your desktop for this, but the screenshots in this guide are taken on the Coinbase mobile app.
How to transfer crypto from Coinbase to Trust Wallet
To transfer crypto from Coinbase to Trust Wallet, you must first copy the crypto’s address on Trust Wallet.
For example, if you want to send Ethereum from Coinbase to Trust Wallet, you need to copy your Ethereum address on Trust Wallet.
Then, open Coinbase and navigate to the crypto that you want to send (e.g. Ethereum).
You can do so by tapping the “reverse” icon on Coinbase.
Then, tap on “Send” and select the asset to send (e.g. Ethereum).
Coinbase will then require you to enter the amount of crypto that you want to send.
Next, you need to provide the recipient’s address.
In this case, you need to paste your crypto’s address from Trust Wallet (that you’ve previously copied) onto the “To” field.
Lastly, tap on “Preview send” followed by “Send now” to transfer your crypto.
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how you can transfer crypto from Coinbase to Trust Wallet:
1. Copy the crypto’s address on Trust Wallet
To begin with, open Trust Wallet on your mobile device and navigate to your wallet.
On your wallet, you’ll see a list of cryptocurrencies.
This includes “Bitcoin”, “Ethereum”, “BNB”, and “Smart Chain”.
In this step, you need to navigate to the cryptocurrency that you want to receive.
If you want to send other cryptocurrencies, you need to manually add it from the “Manage” page.
To do so, tap on the Settings icon > search for the cryptocurrency that you want to receive/paste its address > tap on the switch to enable it.
Once you’ve enabled it, the cryptocurrency will appear on your wallet.
For example, if you want to send Ethereum from Coinbase to Trust Wallet, tap on “Ethereum”.
Once you’ve navigated to the cryptocurrency that you want to send from Coinbase to Trust Wallet, you need to copy its address.
For example, if you’ve tapped on “Ethereum”, you’ll land on your Ethereum wallet.
On your wallet, you’ll see four icons including “Send”, “Receive”, “Copy”, and “More”.
Tap on “Copy” to copy your cryptocurrency’s address (e.g. Ethereum).
This will copy the cryptocurrency’s address from Trust Wallet to your clipboard.
You need to paste this address on Coinbase later on.
2. Select the crypto on Coinbase that you want to send
Now, open the Coinbase app on your mobile device.
If you haven’t downloaded the Coinbase app yet, you need to do so from the App Store or Google Play Store.
Alternatively, you can use Coinbase on your desktop.
However, the user interface will be a little different.
Once you’re on the Coinbase app, log in to your account.
On Coinbase, you’ll need to navigate to the sending page.
To do so, tap on the “reverse” icon on the bottom navigation bar.
After you’ve tapped on the “Reverse” icon on the bottom navigation bar, a navigation menu will open.
On the navigation menu, you’ll see several options.
This includes “Buy”, “Sell”, “Convert”, “Send”, and “Receive”.
Since you’re looking to send a cryptocurrency (e.g. Ethereum) to Trust Wallet, tap on the “Send” option.
Once you’ve tapped on the “Send” option, you’ll land on the “Select asset” page.
On the “Select asset” page, you’ll see a list of cryptocurrencies that you own.
Tap on the cryptocurrency that you want to send to Trust Wallet.
For example, if you’re looking to send Ethereum, tap on “Ethereum”.
If you don’t see the cryptocurrency that you want to send on the page, it means that you haven’t bought it yet.
If that’s the case, you need to buy it on Coinbase first before you can send it to Trust Wallet.
3. Send the crypto by pasting its address from Trust Wallet
After you’ve selected the cryptocurrency that you want to send via the “Select asset” page, you’ll land on the “Enter amount” page.
On the “Enter amount” page, you’ll see the amount of cryptocurrency that you own in fiat currency.
That is the maximum amount of cryptocurrency that you can send.
On the number pad, key in the amount of cryptocurrency (e.g. Ethereum) that you want to send to Trust Wallet.
For example, if you want to send “$8” of Ethereum, tap on “8” on the number pad.
Then, tap on “Continue” to proceed to the next step.
After you’ve tapped on “Continue”, you’ll land on the “Select recipient” page.
You may have to tap on “Not now” before you can reach this page.
On the “Select recipient” page, you’ll see a couple of fields including “To” and “Note”.
Firstly, paste your cryptocurrency’s address from Trust Wallet on the “To” field.
You should have copied this address on the first step.
Make sure that you’ve copied the right address from Trust Wallet.
Otherwise, your funds may be lost.
For example, if you want to send Ethereum to Trust Wallet, make sure that the address you’ve pasted is your Ethereum address from Trust Wallet.
Next, you can add an optional note on the “Note” field.
Then, tap on “Preview send” to proceed to the confirmation page.
After you’ve tapped on “Preview send”, you’ll land on the “You are sending” page.
On the page, you’ll see how much crypto (e.g. Ethereum) you’re sending to Trust Wallet.
It also shows the Coinbase fee and the Network fee.
The transaction comes with a network fee, so the total amount of crypto (e.g. Ethereum) that you’re sending might be higher than what you’ve entered previously.
Lastly, tap on “Send now” to send your crypto from Coinbase to Trust Wallet.
The transaction will be usually completed in 30 to 60 minutes.
Once the transaction is completed, you’ll be able to see the amount of crypto that you’ve received on Trust Wallet.
Transferring crypto from one wallet to another is usually a quick and easy process.
However, the transaction might be delayed due to network congestion.
Whenever you’re sending crypto to another wallet, make sure that you’ve pasted the right wallet address.
Otherwise, your funds may be lost.
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