Coinbase Wallet

Moving unsupported assets


When migrating your assets to a different wallet, please ensure you do your research and take the proper precautions to avoid crypto scams.  For more information, refer to our article on how to avoid crypto scams.

If you have assets on networks that were previously supported by Coinbase Wallet (BCH, ETC, XLM, XRP), you will no longer be able to see or transact with those assets after February 20th, 2023.

To view your assets you can:

  1. Import your recovery phrase on another self-custody wallet that supports the network you wish to use. 

    • Note: Since your recovery phrase grants access to all of your assets on every network, it's important to do your own research to verify the wallet you choose is trustworthy.

  2. Send your assets to Coinbase Exchange

    • Note: Please double check that BCH, ETC, XLM and XRP are still supported on Coinbase Exchange before sending those assets to your account address. You will also need to pay a network fee for these transactions.

Note: For more information on where your assets are supported, please visit the official asset webpages below:

What happens to my assets if I don’t move them from my Coinbase Wallet?

Your assets still belong to you. However you will not be able to see or transact with them using your wallet address on Coinbase Wallet. You can use another self-custody wallet that supports these networks to access your assets.