Where is my crypto address?

Triple check your unique crypto address to make sure you're sharing the correct asset address.

Sending and receiving unsupported assets through your account can cause you to lose them. Find out which assets are supported.

You can find your unique crypto addresses on web or the Coinbase mobile app. You can also use your unique crypto addresses to find your transaction hash ID on a block explorer. 

Web browser

  1. Sign in to your Coinbase account.

  2. Go to Crypto addresses.

  3. You'll see a list of all your crypto addresses, along with the option to display the QR code or copy the address.

  4. You can also select an asset from the Tradable assets dropdown to filter for a specific cryptocurrency.

Mobile 

  1. Tap Migrated from https://help.coinbase.com/content/dam/help/articles/consumer/icons/Receive.png, updated at Mon Apr 11 2022 12:52:36 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time) Receive on the Home tab.

  2. Tap the asset at the bottom to view a list of supported assets.

  3. Select the asset you'd like to receive. 

  4. Once the asset is selected, the QR code and address will populate. 

  5. Let the sender scan your QR code, or tap Copy or Share address and choose your send method to share with the sender.

You may have multiple addresses associated with your account - you can use any of these addresses, as long as it is the correct address type for the cryptocurrency you wish to use.

Don't be alarmed if you see addresses that you don't remember creating - we used to automatically generate a new address for every transaction and whenever we moved funds between your balance and our cold storage system.

From the QR code view, you'll have the option to add a label to keep track of which addresses you've used for what. The QR code can be scanned or embedded in your website. You can also sign a message with the address.

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