Uphold and Trust Wallet are two popular crypto wallet solutions.
In this transfer guide, we will walk you through the steps involved with sending cryptocurrencies from your Trust Wallet to your Uphold Wallet.
Be sure to consider all applicable fees before initiating the final transfer. In addition, make sure you are sending the correct type of cryptocurrency to the correct type of wallet.
For example, Bitcoin to a Bitcoin Wallet.
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In order to send crypto over to Uphold, you'll need a fully verified account with them.
Start out by creating an account with Uphold. When everything's done, you'll need to verify your identity.
You'll have to confirm your current address, and upload a photo of a valid ID like your driver's license, as well as a selfie to verify.
Uphold accounts have multiple wallets inside of them - one for each type of crypto Uphold supports.
You'll need to copy the same wallet address associated with the crypto you're sending.
Here's how to find your Wallet address:
Once your account is opened and verified and you have copied your destination address, it's time to send your crypto:
It is important to ensure the correct address. For example, if you want to transfer Bitcoin, then you must copy the Bitcoin wallet from Uphold.
Using the wrong wallet could result in lost funds.