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Where can I find my Bitcoin address?
Where can I find my Bitcoin address?

Step-by-step instructions for finding and sharing your Bitcoin address in the Wallet app

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Written by Farhan
Updated over a week ago


Find your Bitcoin address by tapping "Receive" and selecting Bitcoin (BTC).

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Use the Wallet app to securely send, receive, buy, sell, and manage your Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

How to find your Bitcoin (BTC) address

You can find your Bitcoin address by tapping Bitcoin from the app's home screen, then hitting the "Receive" button on the toolbar of your Bitcoin (BTC) asset view screen. If you have multiple Bitcoin wallets, select the wallet you want from the drop-down menu at the bottom of the asset view screen. Your address will display in QR form and in alphanumeric form, which you can copy to your clipboard.

Alternatively, you can find the addresses for your Bitcoin (BTC) or other cryptocurrency wallets by tapping on the "Receive" button in the toolbar on the app's home screen, then selecting the cryptocurrency you'd like to display your address(es) for.

How to share your Bitcoin address

You can share your Bitcoin address by copying it to your clipboard and sending it to the recipient by messaging app, email, etc. You can also share it by asking the recipient to scan the QR code of your address or sending a screenshot of the QR code of your address.

Here's a video demonstrating the process in the Wallet app:

Is it safe to give out your Bitcoin address?

It's completely safe to share your Bitcoin address with anyone - friends, family, or associates. Your Bitcoin cannot be taken by simply using your Bitcoin address. To do so, one would need both your address and its corresponding private key. But it's worth noting that since the Bitcoin network operates on a public ledger, anyone with knowledge of your Bitcoin address can track your balance and every transaction you've made using that address through a tool known as a Bitcoin block explorer. If privacy is a concern for you, you may want to consider using a new Bitcoin address. Fortunately, that's easy to do! The Wallet app enables you to create new Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency addresses in a few taps. You can also set up the app to automatically generate a new address every time you receive Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Here's how.

Looking for more information about Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies? Check our Learning Center.

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