Receiving Cryptocurrencies

How to Fund my Trust Wallet

Sending Cryptocurrencies is only possible if you already have some on your Trust Wallet. We will explain here the ways you can get your wallet funded and learn more about crypto addresses.

Two ways to fund your wallet are:

Buying Crypto with your Credit Card

So you have already followed this guide, How to Create a Multi-Coin Wallet and would like to buy some Cryptocurrencies. Good news, you can already purchase crypto inside your app. All you need is a credit card.

Open up your wallet and select the crypto that you want to Buy. There are two Buy buttons that you can tap to get to the initial purchase screen. Indicate the amount in USD and it will automatically compute the Crypto amount that you will get.

Learn More: How to Buy Crypto With Trust Wallet

But if you have your eyes set on an altcoin that is not yet available directly on Trust Wallet, you can always get them from Exchanges. You can buy a base currency and then trade it for the altcoin that you want. Then afterward, you can withdraw it to your wallet.


How to Receive Crypto

Where is My Address?

Crypto addresses in particular are very long and would definitely be hard to memorize.
Simplest way of getting your address is by opening your wallet. Select the crypto that you want, then tap on “Copy”. Forward the address to the sender and hopefully they manage to copy it properly.

Alternative, you can utilize the QR code scanner to scan the recipient address. Your app has a built-in QR code generator that allows your address to be converted by a QR code scanner. Make sure that the sender has this feature enabled. Trust Wallet has this feature by default.

Lastly, you can utilize this breakthrough technology of ENS names. Read more about it here: How to Register an ENS Name.

Soon, more ways will be enabled to simplify the process. But for now, this process works and can be easily learned by familiarization.

Coins and Tokens that you can Receive

You can receive crypto from anyone. It can come directly from exchanges or from any other user that has a crypto wallet.
Here are some of the major coins/tokens that Trust Wallet supports:

To see the entire list of blockchains supported, check our Assets page.
Any coin or token that you see on the Assets list, you can receive it on your wallet. Just make sure that you provide the correct receiving address for the specific coin or token.

If you have provided an incorrect address, then your transactions will certainly fail, or worst, your funds may be lost forever. So always be careful in providing your address, confirm and reaffirm.

Why did my Bitcoin address changed?

Once your public address receives an incoming payment, a new address will automatically be generated. This method of address generation improves privacy by automatically presenting you with a new address.
Here is an article that explains further the reason behind the address change.

Besides Bitcoin (BTC), there are also other blockchains that exhibit this same behaviour, namely;

  • Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
  • Litecoin (LTC)
  • Dogecoin (DOGE)

What is my Token Address?

Trust Wallet fully supports Tokens from the following networks:

Ethereum - ERC20 and ERC721

Your (ETH) address is what you need to receive these tokens. You can check here the current number of tokens deployed in the Ethereum Network:

Tron - TRC10 and TRC20

Your (TRX) address is what you need to receive these tokens. You can check here the current number of tokens deployed in the Tron Ecosystem here:


Your (BNB) address is what you need to receive these tokens. You can check here the current number of tokens deployed in the Binance Chain: