Be sure you're using your unique QR code for the correct coin to avoid any issues receiving your funds. 

Receiving crypto

You can generate a unique address (QR code) from your Wallet to ensure the correct address. To receive supported crypto or digital assets:

  1. Open the Coinbase Wallet mobile app.
  2. Tap Receive.
  3. Tap Share address to share unique QR code with the sender, or you can also select Username to share your username instead.

Sending crypto

You can send supported crypto right from your Wallet to another Coinbase Wallet user. 

You can also purchase crypto through your Wallet to send to another Coinbase Wallet user.

To safeguard against sending funds to an incorrect address, we suggest asking the receiver for their unique QR code. 

To send crypto from your Wallet:

  1. Open the  Coinbase Wallet mobile app.
  2. Tap Send.
  3. Enter the amount you'd like to send and select the asset you'd like to use.
  4. Tap Next.
  5. Tap the  QR code or enter the exact recipient address.

Note: You can send supported crypto and tokens using a cryptocurrency address, Coinbase Wallet username, or ENS (Ethereum Name Service for ETH/ERC-20).

If you’re sending an ERC-20 token (eg. USDC, DAI, BAT, MKR, etc.)

You will need ETH in your Wallet in order to pay a miner’s fee when sending this cryptocurrency. This is because ERC-20 tokens are issued on the Ethereum blockchain and transactions on the Ethereum network, such as sending ERC-20 tokens, require Ether.

Learn how to transfer funds between your Coinbase.com account and your Wallet.