How to send ethereum from trust wallet to coinbase wallet

To send/ Transfer crypto from Trust Wallet to Coinbase, you need to copy the crypto’s asset address from Coinbase.

Then, paste it into the Trust Wallet.

Enter the amount of crypto that you want to send.

Lastly, confirm the transaction.

Steps to Send/ Transfer Crypto from Trust Wallet to Coinbase

1. Launch your Coinbase Application

Open your Coinbase mobile application.

In case you have not installed it yet, you can download it here: Android and iOS.

Now, launch your application and type in your credentials to get signed in.

2. Tap on Receive and Copy the Address

After opening the Coinbase application, you will be able to see multiple options such as Buy, Sell, Send, Convert, and Receive.

Tap on Receive.

Now, you need to select the crypto that you want to receive.

Tap on the Asset box and select the crypto.

You will be able to see the address along with the QR code.

Tap on Copy.

Send/ Transfer Crypto from Trust Wallet to Coinbase

If you want to share that address, you need to tap on Share address.

3. Launch your Trust Wallet Application

Open your Trust Wallet application.

You could see multiple options such as Send, Receive, Buy, and Swap.

Tap on Send.

4. Select the Crypto Asset

Now, you could see the crypto that you wish to send.

Tap on it.

5. Paste the Coinbase Address

You will be able on the Send page.

Paste the Coinbase address that you have copied in Step 2.

Enter the amount.

If you want to send all, tap on MAX.

Lastly, tap on Continue.

Transfer Crypto from Trust Wallet to Coinbase

6. Tap on Confirm

After tapping on Continue, you will land on the Transfer page.

There you will be able to the To address and the network fee.

Review it and tap on Confirm.

7. Check your Coinbase Account

After a few minutes, you can head back to your Coinbase application and check your balance or recent transactions.

Usually, the transfer of crypto from Trust Wallet to Coinbase takes up to 5 minutes.

In case there is any congestion on the blockchain, it may take up to 12-24 hours.

To check the recent transactions, select the crypto on the “Assets” page.

Just below the chart, you could see the currency name. Tap on it.

Send Crypto from Trust Wallet to Coinbase

Now, you will be able to see the recent transactions.

Conclusion

That’s it. You have successfully transferred your crypto from Trust Wallet to Coinbase.

Transferring crypto from Trust Wallet to Coinbase is a simple task.

Always ensure to send the pure crypto to Coinbase.

Because Trust Wallet contains both the pure cryptocurrencies and the Binance-pegged cryptocurrencies.

For example, you need to send ETH (ERC-20) to Coinbase; not the Binance-peg Ethereum (BEP-20).

If you send any Binance-pegged cryptocurrencies to Coinbase, that will result in permanent loss of your crypto.

FAQ

1. I haven’t received my crypto on my Coinbase account/ Coinbase wallet?

You will not receive your crypto on your Coinbase account/ Coinbase wallet if you have sent the Binance-peg cryptos (BEP-20). Coinbase and its wallet don’t support the BEP-20 standards currently. Because BEP-20 tokens are on a separate network.

If you have sent BEP20 tokens to Coinbase or other exchanges that don’t support it, you lost your cryptocurrency. Nobody, even the Trust Wallet team cannot recover it.

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Attention!
You are solely responsible for your wallets security. Always create a backup before making any changes to your wallet. This guide is for educational purposes only.

Here are the steps for migrating from Coinbase Wallet to Trust Wallet. For this guide, we will be using a Recovery Phrase in order to import your Ethereum Wallet.

Step 1 – Getting the ETH Address

First, we would need to know the Public Key or the Ethereum address of your Coinbase Wallet. This will be required later to confirm if we have done the procedure correctly.

Open your Coinbase Wallet, tap on Receive, tap on Ethereum (ETH). Take note of your ETH address. Make a screenshot if possible.

Step 2 – Getting the Recovery Phrase

Tap on Settings, then under Security, tap on Recovery Phrase. Take note of your Recovery Phrase.

Attention!
It is not advisable to take screenshots of your Recovery Phrase.

Step 3 – Access Wallet Import Screen

Open Trust Wallet and then tap on Settings . In the Settings screen, tap on Wallets .
Tap on the “+” sign on the upper right to access the Import Screen. Tap on Ethereum .

Step 4 – Importing the Recovery Phrase

Type the Recovery Phrase on the Phrase tab of the Import Ethereum screen. Alternatively, you can scan the QR code(if you have one). Put a Name so that you can easily recognise the wallet. Once you are done typing, just tap on Import .

Step 5 – Compare the ETH Address

After completing the importation process. Compare the ETH address from the other wallet with Trust Wallet. If they are the same, then you have done the migration successfully. Congratulations!

What’s the difference between the Coinbase app and the Coinbase Wallet app?

The Coinbase app (available on iOS and Android) is the company’s product for individuals looking to buy or sell cryptocurrencies, also available at Coinbase.com. It is an easy, secure, regulated on-ramp to crypto using US dollars or other local fiat currencies. You can safely store crypto on Coinbase so you don’t have to worry about managing your own private keys. Coinbase.com and the mobile apps are available in more than 100 countries.

The Coinbase Wallet app is a separate, standalone app that allows users to store, or custody, their own crypto, and explore the decentralized web with a dapp browser. You do not need a Coinbase account to use the Coinbase Wallet app. Coinbase Wallet helps users manage their own private keys and store their crypto assets directly on their devices, not with a centralized brokerage or exchange. You cannot connect Coinbase Wallet to your bank account to buy or sell cryptocurrencies with US Dollars or other fiat currencies. You can download and use Coinbase Wallet anywhere in the world.

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