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How To Find Your Best Wallet Address

Learn how to find your wallet address in Best Wallet.

Updated over a week ago

Learn the simple steps to find your Best Wallet address. This works for your Main Best Wallet, as well as newly created and imported wallets.

Your Best Wallet address is a randomly generated set of numbers and letters that uniquely represents your wallet. Currently, you will only have one wallet address, but as Best Wallet continues to expand its supported networks to Bitcoin and other non-EVM chains, you will have several different network addresses per wallet.

This is because some networks, such as Ethereum, BNB Smart Chain, and Polygon, share an address (known as an EVM wallet address), whilst others, like Bitcoin (which will be supported soon in Best Wallet), will have a completely different address. This means that you will have several network addresses for each wallet in Best Wallet.

Although there is no sensitive information tied in with your wallet address, be careful who you share it with, as hackers have many methods to compromise your wallet.

Step 1: Getting started

In the Best Wallet app, select which wallet you want to use to receive cryptocurrencies. You can do this by holding your current wallet card, which will bring you to the multi-wallet view.

For example, if you want to send some Ethereum ($ETH) to your main Best Wallet, select this wallet in the multi-wallet view to get the right address.

Step 2: Find that wallet's address

Once you've selected the correct wallet, there are several ways to find your wallet's address. The quickest way to do this is to click "Receive" on your wallet card.

Next, you will be given several options. Ensure you have selected the right wallet at the top - each wallet in your Best Wallet app will have a different address.

Next, you can find your wallet address via token or chain. "Chain" is just a shortened version of "Blockchain Network", which also means crypto network. This means you can find your wallet's specific address for each network - your BNB Smart Chain wallet address, your Ethereum wallet address, and so on.

The easiest way to find your Best Wallet address is by chain rather than by token.

For example, say you select BNB Smart Chain (BSC). This will bring up your BNB Smart Chain wallet address, which is useful if you want to receive any tokens on the BNB Smart Chain (also known as BEP-20 tokens) to your Best Wallet.

Here, you'll find two key pieces of information:

  • Wallet Address: The alphanumeric string that uniquely identifies your wallet on the blockchain.

  • Best Wallet QR Grid: A scannable code that represents your wallet address. Others can scan this QR grid to port in your wallet address.

Step 3: Share your wallet address

Regardless of whether you plan to receive crypto from someone else or transfer it from another wallet you own, you'll need to accurately share your wallet address.

Tap to copy your Best Wallet address to your clipboard, meaning you can either paste it into another crypto wallet or crypto exchange. It's crucial to double-check that the address you've copied is entirely accurate and corresponds to the correct wallet within Best Wallet.

Your Best Wallet app has a built-in QR code generator that allows every wallet’s address to be converted into a QR grid for convenience. You can easily share your QR code or wallet address by hitting "Tap to share image" or the share button next to your alphanumeric wallet address.

Note: All transactions on the blockchain are irreversible. Once crypto is sent, it cannot be cancelled or undone. This makes it incredibly important to share your wallet address accurately, as any mistake may result in failed deposits or lost funds.

Always double-check the address before sharing it or initiating a transaction to ensure that your crypto reaches its intended destination safely. You can permanently lose your crypto if it's sent to the wrong address.

If you're new to receiving/transferring your crypto, it's best practice to receive small test amounts to familiarise yourself with the process. This approach allows you to get comfortable with the Receive process in Best Wallet and practice how to securely transfer your funds without putting large sums at risk.

Why you have several wallet addresses under one Best Wallet

Understanding and sharing your Best Wallet addresses is an important part of using your Best Wallet.

Although it may seem confusing to have different wallet addresses for different crypto networks, this is common practice for crypto wallets and centralised exchanges.

Whereas some crypto networks will share an EVM address, as Best Wallet expands its network support to new blockchains like Bitcoin and others, you will have several different addresses under one wallet. These different addresses will correspond to different networks - you will have your Ethereum address, your Bitcoin address, and so on.

It is important to understand that you need to select and share the right address to successfully receive crypto. Trying to send Bitcoin ($BTC) to your Ethereum wallet address will result in failed transactions or lost crypto.

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