How to Find Your Coinbase Crypto Wallet Address

Your Coinbase crypto wallet address is essential for sending and receiving cryptocurrencies or NFTs. This address acts like an account number, allowing you to transact on the blockchain networks that Coinbase supports.

Finding your Coinbase wallet address is easy, whether you use the Coinbase mobile app or access your account on a web browser. Here is a step-by-step guide:

Using the Coinbase Mobile App

  1. Open the Coinbase app on your mobile device and log into your account.
  2. Tap on the “Receive” button at the bottom of the screen.
  3. A list of supported cryptocurrencies will appear. Tap on the one you want to find the address for.
  4. Your unique wallet address for that crypto will now be displayed. You can tap “Copy” to copy the address.
  5. You can also tap on the QR code icon to display the address as a scannable QR code.

Using the Coinbase Website

  1. Log into your Coinbase account on the web browser.
  2. Click on your profile icon in the top right and select “Settings”.
  3. In the left sidebar, click on “Crypto Addresses”.
  4. Here you will see a list of all your crypto wallet addresses.
  5. Use the dropdown menu to filter addresses by specific cryptocurrencies.
  6. Click on the actions icon to copy or display a QR code for each address.

Sending Funds Using Your Wallet Address

Once you have your wallet address, you can share it with someone to receive funds or use it to identify your account when withdrawing from another platform.

For example, if you want to send Bitcoin from another exchange to your Coinbase account, you would:

  1. Log into your account on the external crypto exchange
  2. Initiate a Bitcoin withdrawal to an external address
  3. Enter your unique Coinbase Bitcoin wallet address
  4. Send the funds

The process is the same for all other cryptos. Just make sure you are using the correct wallet address for the crypto you want to transact.

Creating a New Wallet Address

Coinbase used to automatically generate a new wallet address for each transaction. Now addresses are reusable, but you can still generate new ones.

Here’s how:

  1. Go to your crypto addresses page in your Coinbase account settings
  2. Click “Add Address”
  3. Select which crypto you want to create an address for
  4. Coinbase will generate a new unique address
  5. Name and save the address

Creating multiple addresses can help you organize your transactions. You might have one address for receiving payments and another for withdrawals, for example.

Wallet Address Security Tips

Your crypto wallet addresses contain no sensitive information and it is safe for you to share them publicly. However, you should still follow good security practices such as:

  • Double check addresses are correct before sending funds
  • Use copy/paste to avoid errors from manually typing long addresses
  • Create a new address for each transaction if you want more privacy
  • Enable 2-factor authentication on your Coinbase account
  • Never share your private key with anyone

Following these tips will help ensure you don’t accidentally send funds to the wrong address or leave your account vulnerable to hackers.

Storing Your Wallet Addresses

For quick access to your wallet addresses, consider storing them in a password manager or encrypted document. This gives you one secure place to find all your addresses when needed.

Some options are:

  • Password manager like 1Password
  • Encrypted notes app like Joplin
  • Encrypted USB drive
  • Secure cloud storage like Mega

Just make sure you also have a backup of your wallet addresses in case something happens to that document or drive. Some users also choose to write down their wallet addresses on paper and keep it somewhere secure like a safe deposit box.

Sending Funds to an Email Address

Coinbase offers a convenient feature that allows you to send crypto funds to an email address instead of a proper wallet address. This automatically creates a Coinbase account for the recipient and deposits the funds.

To do this:

  1. When initiating a send, enter the recipient’s email address
  2. Select whether they need to verify their identity before receiving the funds
  3. Complete the send as normal

The recipient will receive an email from Coinbase explaining that they have received crypto funds and need to set up an account to claim it.

This feature makes it easy to send crypto funds to friends and family even if they don’t have existing wallets set up. Just make sure you enter the correct email address before sending!

Coinbase Wallet vs Hosted Wallet Addresses

There are two ways your cryptocurrencies are stored on Coinbase:

Hosted Wallet: The crypto you buy, sell or deposit on is stored in an account wallet hosted by Coinbase. You can easily trade these funds on the exchange.

Coinbase Wallet: A separate non-custodial DeFi wallet app available on mobile. This gives you direct control of your private keys for more advanced features.

Your wallet address will differ depending on whether you are using the Hosted Wallet on or an external Coinbase Wallet. Make sure you use the right address!


Finding your Coinbase crypto wallet address is simple whether you use mobile or web. With this address you can transact various cryptocurrencies and NFTs on supported blockchains.

Make sure to use the correct address for each crypto, enable security protections, back up your address, and verify information before initiating transfers. This will help ensure your crypto assets stay protected.

Following the steps in this guide, you now know how to find your personal Coinbase wallet addresses. You also learned some best practices for keeping your crypto secure.