If you’re using the Robinhood Wallet app, you may need to find your wallet address to transfer crypto from another wallet or exchange.
It's important to keep in mind that you can only use one wallet address in the Robinhood Wallet app at a time. Multiple addresses are not yet supported.
Additionally, you should always make sure that you're sending crypto to the correct address and network, and check for any applicable network fees.
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Here's what you need to know:
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Here’s how to find your Robinhood wallet address:
If you need to back up your wallet, you can do so in the Backups & security section of the app.
And if you have an existing Ethereum or Polygon wallet, you can import it to Robinhood Wallet by using your existing wallet’s secret recovery phrase.
Finally, it's worth noting that Robinhood Wallet currently does not charge service fees on token swaps, but network fees may apply for token approvals, transfers to an external wallet, and interacting with dapps.
Robinhood Wallet doesn't collect any part of the network fee.
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