Crypto.com and Trust Wallet are both well respected digital asset platforms.
Below are the steps required to transfer from Trust Wallet to Crypto.com.
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Before you can send your coins over to Crypto.com, you'll need an account with them first.
You should also take the time to complete any verification steps to ensure you don't have any account limitations or restrictions.
Cryptos are stored inside digital wallets, each with a unique address. In order to send coins between wallets, you'll need the correct wallet address to send it to the right place.
While that can sound scary, locating the right crypto address in Crypto.com is easy:
We'll be using this address inside Trust Wallet to initiate a transfer to Crypto.com.
Now, it's time to move over to Trust Wallet to send the crypto over. Click on send, and then search for the crypto you are looking to send over.
Make sure this matches the type of cryptocurrency for the wallet you copied earlier!
When your account is opened and verified and you have copied your destination address, it's time to send your crypto:
Make sure you assess any network fees associated with sending cryptocurrencies from one wallet to another.