Be sure you're using your unique QR code for the correct coin to avoid any issues receiving your funds.
You can generate a unique address (QR code) from your Wallet to ensure the correct address. To receive supported crypto or digital assets:
Open the Coinbase Wallet app.
To share an address, select the network for the asset you wish to receive. You can choose to share your unique QR code or address with the sender.
If you claimed a web3 username through Coinbase, this username can be used to receive funds on any of Coinbase Wallet’s supported networks. Simply switch to the Username tab to view and share your username with the sender.
To transfer assets from your existing balance on Coinbase, see instructions here.
To safeguard against sending funds to an incorrect address, we suggest asking the receiver for their unique QR code or web3 username. Note that you can send supported assets using a cryptocurrency address, Coinbase Wallet username, or ENS (Ethereum Name Service for ETH/ERC-20).
Sending and receiving crypto via a link
This feature within Coinbase Wallet allows you to send crypto to a recipient by sharing a link with them — rather than using a crypto address.
The following cryptocurrencies are currently supported for sending crypto via a link:
Native USDC on Base
ETH on Base
Native USDC on Polygon
Bridged USDC on Polygon
There are currently no fees for sending crypto through this feature.
Please note there is a $500 maximum send limit for this feature. You won't be able to generate a link if the amount is over the $500 limit. You can send as much as you would like to an existing wallet address using our standard send flow.
Network fees, also known as miner fees, are paid to the miner for processing crypto transactions and securing the respective network—these fees do not go to Coinbase. For example, if you’re sending an ERC-20 token, you'll need enough ETH in your wallet to pay a miner’s fee so that your transaction is processed and confirmed on the Ethereum blockchain.
What's a “miner”?
A miner is an individual or entity that manages a node (or group of nodes) which are responsible for adding new transactions to blocks and verifying blocks created by other miners.