A cryptocurrency wallet address is a string of unique letters and numbers representing a virtual wallet used for sending and receiving cryptocurrencies. Each wallet address has a specific allocation on a blockchain.
You can compare it to an account number used for bank accounts. Within a bank, you can have multiple accounts for different currencies, such as USD, EUR, GBP, AUD, etc. Similarly, you can have a wallet address for BTC (Bitcoin), ETH (Ethereum), and other types of cryptocurrencies. Each cryptocurrency has its specific wallet address just like different currencies have their respective account numbers in a bank.
Suppose you want to transfer BTC from another exchange to Coinmetro. In that case, you need to find your BTC wallet address from Coinmetro and use it as your destination. It is crucial to copy and paste your wallet address instead of entering it manually to avoid any errors that can lead to the loss of your funds. We also advise you to ensure that you have the correct wallet for the appropriate token.Find your Coinmetro Wallet Address