How do I send crypto from Coinbase to Exodus?

If you want to learn how to move your Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies from Coinbase to Exodus, you’ve come to the right place!


In this article:


How do I send crypto from Coinbase to Exodus?

Desktop

1
To get started, sign in to your Coinbase account and click Send & Receive.

2
In the Send tab, you can a) enter a specific amount in your local fiat currency or cryptocurrency or b) send your entire balance by clicking Send all.

3
To select the asset you would like to send to Exodus, click  Pay with.

4
Open your Exodus wallet and copy the address for the asset you're sending from Coinbase.

Make sure to correctly identify your asset's network to receive your funds in Exodus. Only send funds on supported networks. 

For help with identifying your asset's network in Exodus, see our article: How can I tell which network my token uses?

5
In Coinbase, paste the copied Exodus address into the To field.

6
If you would like you can a) add a note to the transaction (this note is only visible in Coinbase), then b) click Continue.

7
In the Select wallet type screen, click Self-custody wallet.

8
a) Choose the network to send your funds on, then b) click Send now.

Make sure the network you choose is the same as the network for your Exodus asset in Step 4. If these networks are not the same, your funds will not appear in your Exodus wallet.

For help with identifying the network for your address in Exodus, see our article: How can I tell which network my token uses?

9
If required, enter the code from your authenticator app to continue.

10
And that's it! You will see your crypto in your Exodus wallet as soon as the transaction is confirmed on the blockchain. To monitor the status of your transaction, a) click View transaction. Otherwise, b) click Done.


Mobile

1
To get started, sign in to your Coinbase account and tap Send.

2
Tap the asset you would like to send to your Exodus wallet.

3
Open your Exodus wallet and copy the address for the asset you're sending from Coinbase.

Make sure to correctly identify the network to receive your funds in Exodus. Only send funds on supported networks. 

For help with identifying your asset's network in Exodus, see our article: How can I tell which network my token uses?

4
In Coinbase, paste the copied Exodus address into the To field.

5
Next, a) enter a specific amount in your local fiat currency or cryptocurrency to send or b) send it all by tapping  Max.

6
Choose the network to send your funds on.

Make sure the network you choose is the same as the network for your Exodus asset in Step 4. If these networks are not the same, your funds will not appear in your Exodus wallet.

For help with identifying the network for your address in Exodus, see our article: How can I tell which network my token uses?

7
If you would like you can, a) add a note to the transaction (this note is only visible in Coinbase), then b) tap Preview.

8
Review your transaction details then tap Send now.

9
If required, enter the code from your authenticator app to continue.

10
And that's it! Your funds will be received shortly in your Exodus wallet. To monitor the status of your transaction, a) tap View transaction. Otherwise, b) tap Done.


Do I need to use a memo or destination tag when sending crypto to Exodus?

When sending crypto to a self-custody wallet, like Exodus, you do not need to use a memo or destination tag.

Memos and destination tags are used by centralized exchanges to identify incoming transactions so the proper exchange account can be credited.

For a complete breakdown of memos and destination tags, please refer to our article: What is a memo, destination tag, and message, and how do I use them?


Is there a fee to transfer crypto from Coinbase to Exodus?

All crypto transactions sent from one wallet to another will cost network transaction fees. 

To learn more about how Coinbase handles network fees for sending crypto transactions, please see their article: What are miner fees and does Coinbase pay them?


How long does sending from Coinbase to Exodus take?

The amount of time it will take for your transaction to be deposited into your Exodus wallet depends on the asset you've sent, and which network it uses.

Each network processes and confirms transactions at different speeds depending on its consensus algorithm.  Once Coinbase broadcasts your transaction to the network, the time it takes to receive your funds will depend on the network's block time and the amount of gas used.

Here's a list of popular networks and the time they take to process new blocks:

Network Block time
Bitcoin 10 mins
Ethereum 12 seconds
Solana 400 milliseconds
XRP 4 seconds
Tron 3 seconds

If your Coinbase to Exodus transaction remains pending, please refer to Coinbase's article for possible explanations: Why is my transaction pending?


What do I do if sending is taking longer than usual?

If your Coinbase transfer to Exodus is taking abnormally long (e.g. a Bitcoin transaction that is taking hours or days), first check that the transaction details, such as your Exodus wallet address, are all correct.

Also, check that your Coinbase withdrawal to your Eoxuds wallet wasn't delayed for reasons like sending to an address Coinbase hasn't seen before.

If you're still having problems, reach out to Exodus Support with your transaction ID and we'll be glad to help.

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