Hope i guessed the right place for the thread.
I’m a newbie on cryptocurrencies things.
I’m looking for XRP and BNB public keys but I can’t see those in my public key list.
There are only other coins I don’t have.
Is there any issue on this or I’m just blind?
Thanks in advance
if you want to add another wallet, and you are in the wallets overview - list,
just click the upper right (toggle) symbol, which looks like this:
and search for the wallet/coin/token name in the searchbar and add the wallet.
Here´s a good explaination how to add and remove wallets in TrustWallet:
Trust Wallet has support to for over 30+ blockchains and thousands of tokens. You can see on the image below the list of
supported assets. And it just keeps growing and growing as we allow other developers to add their blockchains and tokens to the source code.
How to Add a Coin or Token?
By default, you will be presented with BTC, ETH and BNB.
Just tap the toggle sign on the upper right of the main wallet screen.
Scroll down to the list of supported assets or do a name…
Good luck and cheers =)
thanks for your fast reply.
I already have these two tokens in my wallet.
What I can’t see are the public keys under: Settings → Wallets → “My Wallet” → three dots menu → “Export Account Public Keys”.
I thought I could see my pub keys for these two tokens once I added it to my wallet, maybe I’m wrong.
Oh, sorry i misunderstood
And sorry, it took a moment to reply, cause I had a client-call in the middle of my answer.
You are right, there´s just a bunch of different pubKeys and not all of the wallets you´re holding.
You may need another option, like a cli/dev-tool to derive the pubKey from your privKey.
Just an important reminder:
NEVER give your seeds or privKey to anyone else!
Okay, not sure how familiar you are with programming or consoles, but TrustWallet has a
WalletUtility, which probably can help you here:
Or maybe an admin can point you in the right direction.
Good luck, mate =)
I’m good with it.
That’s exactly what I need to know.
If anyone could explain a bit of the process or post a link I’d be grateful.
I’ve found this in help center that gives me the possibility to recover the address, but in the coin list I can’t find BNB.
How to get the Private Key
This guide will explain how to recover your funds when you have sent it to the wrong network. For example, you have sent or withdrawn VET, CLO, etc. to your ETH address or vice versa. These cryptocurrencies share a similar address format but they are already on different blockchains. That is the main reason why the funds get sent but are not shown on the app. Be careful when sending your crypto, in worst cases they can be lost forever.
Please make sure you have bac…
For XRP it works good, I extracted only address in offline mode.
@Daver, you can use Binance | Dex Trading | Decentralized Exchange | Binance.org and select “Recovery Phrase.”
thanks, you got it!
I deduce that each blockchain has his system to recover wallets (addresses, public and private keys) from a recovery phrase, am I correct?
If you tap on copy in a token screen you’ll see the wallet token address:
This avoid doing tricks with your own recovery phrase.
Hope should be useful for someone.
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