What is a crypto wallet address?

One of the most important pieces of information contained within a crypto wallet is its address, an alphanumeric text sequence the owner uses to send and receive cryptocurrency over a blockchain network. Crypto wallet addresses function similarly to an email address.

How does a crypto wallet work?

All such activity, from sending and receiving crypto to spending, swapping and more, is done through your crypto wallet. Every crypto wallet includes a unique public identifier called an address, a string of text used to send or receive funds on the blockchain, sort of similar to how an email address functions, only randomly generated.

What is a crypto address & how does it work?

In crypto transactions, the sender receives any change due via a new change address generated by their wallet. Every crypto wallet includes a unique public identifier called an address, a string of text used to send or receive funds on the blockchain. Visit BitPay to learn more about crypto addresses.

Where can I Find my unique crypto wallet address?

Contact us You can find your unique crypto wallet addresses on web or the Coinbase mobile app. You can also use your unique wallet addresses to find your transaction hash ID on a block explorer.