How To Find Your Wallet Address

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Hey there! If you‘re reading this, you likely want to get the inside scoop on how to find your wallet address on the popular platform. Well, you‘ve come to the right place!

As a fellow crypto enthusiast, I totally get it – wallet addresses are essential for sending, receiving, and managing your digital assets. But they aren‘t always easy to locate, especially if you‘re new to a particular exchange.

Not to worry! I‘m going to walk you through the complete process step-by-step. By the end, you‘ll be a pro at finding your wallet address for any currency you want to deposit or withdraw.

Here‘s a quick peek at what I‘ll cover:

  • What is a wallet and why do you need one?
  • How wallet addresses work on
  • Step-by-step instructions for mobile and desktop
  • Understanding deposits vs withdrawals
  • Security tips for protecting your address
  • Frequently asked questions answered

Plus plenty of screenshots, examples, and pro tips along the way!

So grab a coffee, get cozy, and let‘s get started exploring wallet addresses…

Overview of Wallets

First things first – what exactly is a wallet?

In simple terms, it‘s a place to securely store your cryptocurrency. The wallet gives you complete ownership and control over your digital assets.

Specifically, offers a non-custodial wallet. This means that you, the user, are in charge of the private keys needed to access the wallet. itself does not control or manage these keys.

This differs from a custodial wallet, where the exchange controls the private keys on your behalf.

With a non-custodial setup, you have full autonomy over your crypto funds. You can:

  • Buy and sell over 100 different cryptocurrencies
  • Earn interest through Crypto Earn
  • Spend crypto easily with a Visa card
  • Participate in ICOs, airdrops, staking, and more

And of course, you can check balances, send/receive crypto, and track transaction histories. wallets are available on both mobile and desktop interfaces. I‘ll cover how to use each version in this guide.

Now you may be wondering…

How Do Wallet Addresses Work?

Wallet addresses are an essential part of navigating your crypto experience.

A wallet address is a unique string of letters and numbers that identifies where crypto coins should be sent on a specific blockchain network.

You‘ll need a wallet address for every currency you want to transact with in your account.

For example, your Bitcoin wallet address will look something like this:


And your Ethereum address may look like this:


These addresses allow the blockchain to verify where crypto is coming from or going to. Think of it like your postal mailing address, except for cryptocurrency!

So in summary:

  • Each currency has its own unique wallet address
  • Addresses are long strings of letters and numbers
  • You‘ll need to share addresses to receive/send crypto
  • Transactions use addresses to confirm where crypto is going

Easy enough so far? Now let‘s get into the step-by-steps!

Finding Your Wallet Address on Mobile

If you primarily use the mobile app, the process of finding your address is quick and painless.

Here are the steps:

  1. Open up the app and log into your account.

  2. Tap on the logo at the bottom to open the main menu.

  3. Select "Crypto Wallet" from the menu.

  4. Choose "Transfer" at the bottom of the Wallet page.

  5. Tap on "Deposit Crypto." This will display your wallet addresses.

  6. Select the specific currency you want to deposit.

  7. Your unique deposit address for that currency will now appear!

  8. Tap "Copy Address" or scan the QR code.

And that‘s seriously all there is to it! The mobile app makes finding and copying your address super straightforward.

Let‘s view some examples:

To find your Bitcoin wallet address:

  1. Follow steps 1-6 above.

  2. Choose Bitcoin (BTC) from the currency list.

  3. Your Bitcoin address will now show up to copy/scan. Easy!

To find your Ethereum wallet address:

  1. Follow steps 1-6 again.

  2. Select Ethereum (ETH) instead.

  3. This displays your Ethereum address for deposits. Copy and share away!

Repeat the process for any currency you want to deposit into your wallet.

Now what if you want to withdraw crypto from your wallet?

The process is nearly identical. Simply choose "Withdraw Crypto" instead of "Deposit Crypto" in step 5. Then select the currency and copy the withdrawal address.

And that‘s all there is to it! Finding any wallet address on mobile takes less than 10 seconds.

Retrieving Your Wallet Addresses on Desktop

Prefer to manage your wallet from a computer? No worries – the desktop experience is just as seamless.

Here‘s how to find your deposit and withdrawal addresses on the Exchange website:

  1. Login to your Exchange account.

  2. Click your profile icon in the top right and select "Wallet" from the dropdown.

  3. Choose the "Deposit" tab to see your deposit addresses.

  4. Click "Deposit" next to the currency you want the address for.

  5. Copy the deposit address or QR code.

  6. To see withdrawals, click the "Withdraw" tab and select the currency.

  7. The withdrawal address will appear to copy/scan.

Just like on mobile, you‘ll get unique wallet addresses for each currency‘s deposits and withdrawals.

For example:

To access your Litecoin deposit address:

  1. Follow steps 1-4 above.
  2. Click "Deposit" next to Litecoin (LTC).
  3. Copy the LTC deposit address to share with senders.

To access your Polkadot withdrawal address:

  1. Follow steps 1-3.
  2. Click the "Withdraw" tab.
  3. Choose Polkadot (DOT) from the currency list.
  4. Copy the DOT withdrawal address to use when withdrawing.

And that‘s all there is to it!

The desktop and mobile experiences are super similar. Just select deposit or withdraw, choose the currency, copy the address, and you‘re on your way.

Key Differences: Deposits vs Withdrawals

Now that you know how to access your wallet addresses, let‘s clarify the difference between deposits and withdrawals.

Deposits refer to sending crypto into your wallet.

For example, you would:

  • Share your BTC deposit address to receive bitcoin from an external wallet.
  • Give someone your ETH deposit address to receive ether from another exchange.

Withdrawals refer to sending crypto out of your wallet.

For instance, you would:

  • Use your ADA withdrawal address to send Cardano to your hardware wallet for storage.
  • Enter your XLM withdrawal address when moving Stellar lumens to another exchange.

So in summary:

  • Use deposit addresses to receive external crypto into your wallet.
  • Use withdrawal addresses to send crypto from your wallet somewhere else.

Both address types are unique to your account, and it‘s key to use the right one for your transaction.

Pro Tips for Address Security

Now that you‘re a pro at finding your addresses, let‘s chat security best practices. Crypto wallet addresses contain sensitive information and should be handled with care.

Here are my top tips for keeping your addresses safe:

  • Only share addresses with trusted individuals or companies. Never just post them publicly online!

  • Double and triple check the full address before transacting. A minor typo can lead to lost crypto.

  • Enable 2-factor authentication (2FA) for your account. 2FA requires an extra login step for enhanced security.

  • Never enter your address info on sketchy phishing sites. Only use official pages.

  • Consider storing your address offline on a piece of paper or encrypted drive if holding crypto long term.

  • Use a fresh address for each new transaction. This adds a layer of privacy to your trading activity.

Following these security best practices will help ensure your addresses and crypto assets stay protected.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Let‘s wrap things up by answering some common questions about wallet addresses:

How many addresses can I have in my wallet?

You can have unlimited unique addresses – one for each currency‘s deposits and withdrawals.

Do addresses expire?

Nope! Your wallet addresses do not expire. Feel free to reuse deposit addresses as well.

Can I name or label my addresses?

Unfortunately address naming/labeling is not a feature currently available on

What happens if I send crypto to the wrong address?

Sending crypto to the wrong address could result in lost funds. Triple check addresses before transacting!

How long do deposits and withdrawals take to process?

Processing times vary per currency. Expect 10 minutes to 8 hours for most. Check‘s support articles for status updates.

Can I access my wallet on other cryptocurrency wallets or exchanges?

No, wallet addresses only work within the ecosystem. You cannot use them on other exchanges or wallets.

And that wraps up the FAQ!

Let‘s Recap…

Phew, we covered a lot of ground here! Let‘s do a quick recap:

  • wallets give you full control over your cryptocurrency assets.

  • Wallet addresses are unique identifiers for sending/receiving crypto.

  • Use deposit addresses to receive crypto into your wallet.

  • Use withdrawal addresses to send crypto out of your wallet.

  • Finding your addresses is easy on both mobile and desktop.

  • Follow security best practices to keep your addresses safe.

So there you have it – everything you need to know about finding your wallet addresses!

I hope you found this guide helpful for managing your crypto. Feel free to reference it any time you need a little address refresher.

Here‘s to the exciting world of cryptocurrency wallets!


Written by Alexis Kestler

A female web designer and programmer - Now is a 36-year IT professional with over 15 years of experience living in NorCal. I enjoy keeping my feet wet in the world of technology through reading, working, and researching topics that pique my interest.