Crypto wallets allow users to store and manage their cryptocurrencies, e.g., Ether, Bitcoin, etc. These services are enabled by Blockchain Technology, which primarily stores your cryptocurrencies, while the Wallets only store the keys to your crypto assets.
You can send to or request a second party for a specific amount of crypto-assets, and the system generates a unique address that can be sent to a third party or converted into a QR code. A QR code stores financial information and can be read by a digital device.
Just like all of our guides, we deliver a beginner-friendly article to help the user navigate a crypto Wallet as conveniently as possible.
Trust Wallet Overview
Trust Wallet is a non-custodial crypto wallet that can store and manage multiple cryptocurrencies, as well as smaller tokens from different blockchains on a smartphone. While some wallets are strictly for crypto storage, Trust Wallet includes several other features, including staking to earn crypto rewards. Read More;
The first step to getting started with transferring digital assets between platforms is by setting up an account with them. Note that Trust Wallet is available on both IOS, Androids, and Desktops devices. Click on the Link and sign up with platforms more convenient for your devices.
After setting up your account with Cryptology Exchange, log in to your account to Copy your choice Crypto address in order to Paste it into your Trust Wallet.
Easy Steps to transfer from Trust Wallet to Cryptology Exchange
To transfer crypto assets from your Wallet to your Exchange, you need to copy your crypto address from your Exchange and then paste it onto your Wallet.
How to get your Crypto address from Cryptology Exchange
On the home page of your app, Click on the [Deposit] button
Next, click on your choice Crypto asset. E.g. [Ethereum]
[Copy] the address and paste it into your MetaMask Wallet.
How to Paste your Ethereum address into your Trust Wallet
On the home page of Trust Wallet, click on your choice crypto asset. E.g Ethereum (ETH)
On the next page, click on [Send], which should direct you to the page where you enter the crypto address from your Cryptology Exchange.
Enter your choice crypto address here;
After imputing your address and the amount of crypto asset you wish to send to your Cryptology Exchange, click on [Continue], located at the top right corner.
Finally, you're introduced to the last interface that contains details of your transaction, where you click on [Confirm transaction]
Understand that for every transaction made, the network fee is usually charged from the network that supports the crypto asset involved. Hence, if you're transferring a coin supported by ERC20 network, you must have a sufficient amount of ETH in your wallet that can accommodate the transaction.
Trust Wallet, a multi-coin mobile wallet gives users access to multiple chains in one app. Every blockchain becomes accessible the moment you download the app. No need to add in a blockchain's specific details to begin making transactions or interacting with (DApps).
Trust Wallet users have total control over their seed phrase, making the app non-custodial. You can also store Ethereum and BNB Smart Chain, NFTS within the app and view their associated art. Another key feature for Trust Wallet users is its in-built DApp browser.