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How To Find Your Wallet Address On Trust Wallet (4 Steps)

Just like you need your bank details including the account number and account name when receiving money from someone in the “fiat” world, the equivalent of that when it comes to cryptocurrencies is your wallet address.

A wallet address is a randomly generated set of numbers and letters which is required to receive cryptocurrencies on a wallet. A typical wallet address consists of 26 to 35 alphanumeric characters and no two wallet addresses can be the same although they might look familiar in some cases.

Each wallet has a wallet address for each cryptocurrency that can be received on it so if you want to receive crypto into your wallet on Trust Wallet, you need the wallet address of that specific coin/token.

For example, if you want to receive some Bitcoin into your wallet on Trust Wallet, you need your Trust Wallet Bitcoin (BTC) wallet address. The same goes for any asset supported on Trust Wallet.

In this article, you will learn how to find your wallet address on Trust Wallet easily. You will also learn how to find the wallet address of some of the most popular cryptocurrencies on the Trust Wallet app.

How To Find Trust Wallet Address (Quick Guide)

  1. Launch the Trust Wallet app.
  2. Tap on the name of the crypto you want to receive (Eg. ETH).
  3. On the next page, tap on [Recieve].
  4. You should see the wallet address and a QR code also containing the wallet address.
  5. Tap on [Copy] to copy the wallet address or scan the QR code on another device.

How To Find Your Wallet Address On Trust Wallet (Step By Step Guide)

Each crypto on Trust Wallet has a unique wallet address and you cannot use the wallet address of a coin (say Bitcoin) to receive another coin (say ETH). To receive BTC on Trust Wallet, you need your BTC wallet address, and to receive Ethereum on Trust Wallet, you need your ETH wallet address (ERC-20).

For this guide, I will be showing you how to find your Ethereum (ERC-20) wallet address on Trust Wallet. The process is the same for all crypto wallets available on Trust Wallet.

Here is how you can find your wallet address on Trust Wallet.

Step 1: Launch the Trust Wallet app.

Launch the Trust Wallet app on your mobile device (Android or iOS) by going to the app center/tray then clicking on the Trust Wallet logo/icon.

Step 2: Select the crypto you want to receive from the list of available balances.

On the Trust Wallet app, you should see a list of cryptocurrencies on the homepage. 

Since I want to find my Ethereum address on Trust Wallet, I will be selecting [Ethereum] from the list by tapping on it.

If you want to get the wallet of another crypto on Trust Wallet, just select the crypto from the list.

Just in case you don’t see the crypto you want to receive on the list, tap on the Filter icon on the top right corner of the page then search for the crypto by typing the name in the search field

Next, tap on the toggle button beside the crypto to add it to Trust Wallet.

Once it’s available on the home screen, you can then tap on it and proceed to the next step below.

Added XRP to Trust Wallet as an example. You can add any supported coin/token like this.

Step 3: Tap on [Recieve].

On the page containing the details of the selected coin/token (Ethereum in my case), tap on [Recieve] to show the wallet address.

Step 4: Hit [Copy] to copy the wallet address.

You should see your wallet address and a QR code containing your wallet address which can be scanned from another app. 

Tap on [Copy] to copy the wallet address to clipboard.

You can also choose to scan the QR code with another device to get your wallet address.

With this, you have successfully found (and copied) your wallet address on the Trust Wallet app. 

If you followed the guide and selected Ethereum in the 2nd step above, you now have your Trust Wallet ERC-20 address which can be used to receive ETH and other ERC-20 tokens into your wallet.

On the other hand, if you selected any crypto (say XRP or BTC), you now have a wallet address that can be used to receive that specific crypto on Trust Wallet.

Related Questions

How Can I Find My BSC Wallet Address On Trust Wallet?

To find your Binance Smart Chain (BSC) wallet address on Trust Wallet, follow the steps below.

  1. Launch the Trust Wallet app on your device.
  2. Tap on [Smart Chain] from the list of assets on the home screen.
  3. On the “Smart Chain” wallet page, tap on [Recieve].
  4. Finally, tap on [Copy] to copy your Trust Wallet BSC address or scan the QR code to get the address.

You can get a detailed guide on finding your BSC (BEP-20) wallet address on Trust Wallet here.

How Can I Find My Trust Wallet Bitcoin Address?

Here is how you can find your Bitcoin (BTC) wallet address on Trust Wallet easily.

  1. Open the Trust Wallet app on your phone.
  2. On the Trust Wallet home screen, tap on [Bitcoin].
  3. On your Bitcoin wallet, tap on [Recieve].
  4. Finally, tap on [Copy] to copy your BTC address or scan the QR code to send BTC to your Trust Wallet BTC wallet.

What Is ERC20 Address On Trust Wallet?

Your ERC-20 wallet address on Trust Wallet is your Ethereum Wallet address. The address can be used to receive Ether (ETH) and other ERC20 tokens like Tether (USDT), Chainlink (LINK), Shiba Inu (SHIB), Basic Attention Token (BAT), and more.

ERC-20 is the most popular standard for tokens on the Ethereum blockchain. It is similar to BEP-20 which is standard for tokens on the Binance Smart Chain.

Is BSC Address Same As ETH Address?

On most crypto wallets, your BSC wallet address is (or will be) the same as your ETH wallet address so you can receive both BEP-20 tokens and ERC-20 tokens on the same wallet address.

You might be asking why this happens? Well, the Binance Smart Chain and the Ethereum Blockchain share many similarities (including the wallet address) because the Binance Smart Chain is a hard fork of the Go Ethereum (Geth) protocol.

The Binance Smart Chain focuses on fixing many drawbacks of the Ethereum network including gas fees and transaction speed. They still work similarly under the hood so you can use the same wallet address for both networks.

Conclusion

That will be it for this guide, we hope you learned something new today.

Getting your wallet address on Trust Wallet is as easy as selecting the crypto you want to receive, then tapping on “Recieve” on the asset’s page. Next, you can tap on “Copy” if you want to copy the wallet address to clipboard or scan the QR code directly on another device to get the wallet address.

Any method you choose to get your wallet address will work and always make sure to confirm and re-confirm the wallet address before sending any funds to it! All crypto transactions are irreversible so if you send crypto to the wrong wallet address, your funds will be permanently lost, and I’m sure you understand what that means.

Also, make sure to select the correct network address when sending coins like BNB, ETH, or USDT to Trust Wallet. 

When sending BNB to your Trust Wallet address, select “BEP2” as the network if you copied your “BNB” address and “BEP20” if you copied your “Smart Chain” address. For ETH and USDT (or USDC), the correct network is “ERC20”.

If you send tokens to an address with the wrong network, your crypto will be lost even if the address is correct.

We hope you found this guide helpful (like many others did) if you landed here because you were searching for a way to find your wallet address on Trust Wallet.

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Jay Wilkins

Jay is a former freelance crypto writer who now heads up guides for IsItCrypto.com. He is also a contributor to some top publications in the crypto space. When he's not cranking up some crypto-related guides for our readers, he's probably trying to find the next moonshot tokens and NFTs.View Author posts