The simple way to store, receive and transfer crypto
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eToro’s easy-to-use, multi-crypto, secure eToro Money crypto wallet
The eToro Money crypto wallet is an easy-to-use, multi-crypto, secure digital crypto wallet.
Easily and simply buy, store, receive, and transfer crypto on the eToro Money crypto wallet, from an ever-growing list of assets.
Changing Crypto to Crypto
Change any of more than 500 crypto pairs to other cryptoassets, all on the eToro Wallet, with no need to move/transfer anything anywhere else.
Unlosable Private Key
Use your eToro Money crypto wallet private key (security key) service to help you recover access to your crypto wallet, when necessary.
Store, receive and transfer your cryptocurrency anywhere on the blockchain, with your personal, unique, and completely private on-chain address.
Simple, secure, online
Free to download, you can easily access the eToro Money crypto wallet using your eToro credentials. One of the safest crypto wallets available, the wallet has several high-level security features and standardisation protocols.
The eToro Money crypto wallet is one of the safest crypto wallets available, with several high-level security features to protect against unauthorised access, including multi-signature facilities, DDoS protection, and standardisation protocols.
- Log into your wallet account via your mobile device.
- Under the ‘Balance’ tab, tap the type of cryptocurrency you wish to send.
- Tap ‘Send’. On this page, you will select the amount to send and input the recipient’s public address. Type in the public address or tap the camera icon to scan the recipient’s QR code, which will input the public address automatically.
- Make sure that the address has been input correctly and then tap ‘Send.’
- An SMS with a verification code will be sent to your mobile phone. Enter the code you receive and tap ‘Verify.’
- That’s it! A screen will appear, confirming that your send request has been received. You can check on the status of your request by going to the ‘Transactions’ screen.
Note: The validity of public keys can be checked online on the relevant blockchain explorer for the specified coin.
Transferring coins refers to an action of withdrawing coins from the eToro platform to the eToro Wallet. To do this, click on a position in your Portfolio to open the `Edit Trade’ window. If the position meets the requirements to be transferred, you will see the option to transfer under ‘Invested.’
An up-to-date list of crypto assets that may be transferred can be found in the Cryptocurrencies section of the Market Hours & Fees page under the heading Crypto Transfer fee. We will update this list as other coins are made available for transfer.
Only BUY (long), non-leveraged positions that are backed by real coins (not CFDs) can be transferred to the eToro Wallet. Additionally, Margin Trades cannot be transferred to the eToro Wallet.
Coin transfer is open to all users in eligible countries, however, there are certain limitations, which are listed below:
The position you wish to transfer must have either an invested amount or a current value that does not exceed the total amount of eligible deposits made.
You may transfer coins up to the value of any deposits made via wire transfer, Neteller, Skrill, Rapid Transfer or Local Online Banking at any time. Transfers may take up to one business day to be processed by eToro.
However, if you wish to transfer coins up to the value of any deposits made via the following payment methods, a certain number of days must have passed since your first deposit. The number of days depends on your eToro Club level.
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An up-to-date list of all crypto assets and tokens supported by the eToro Wallet can be found in the Wallet fees page under the heading Send transaction limits.
To get to the Transaction History tab, simply tap on the coin that you are interested in (e.g. BTC) to bring up the full history of all transactions.
All eToro fees are clearly specified on the transaction page of the app. The blockchain fee is determined at the time of the transaction and is independent of eToro.