Coinbase to Exodus: Step by Step

How to Transfer from Coinbase to Exodus

If you want to learn how to move your Bitcoin, Ether, Litecoin, Ripple, or other cryptocurrency of choice from Coinbase to Exodus, you’ve come to the right place!

(If you don’t already have Exodus, download Exodus on our website for the latest version. If you already have it, your wallet will notify you if you need to upgrade Exodus)


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Sending your Crypto from Coinbase to Exodus

Coinbase to Exodus FAQs


How to Transfer Bitcoin from Coinbase to Exodus (Desktop)

To get started, sign into your Coinbase account.

From there, click Portfolio (highlighted in orange) to access your Coinbase portfolio.

After you click Portfolio, scroll down to Your Assets and click Bitcoin (highlighted in orange) to access the Coinbase BTC wallet.

Once you’re in the Coinbase Bitcoin wallet, click on the Send button (highlighted in orange).

You’ll now see a Send BTC popup that asks for a BTC address, which you’ll get shortly from your Exodus wallet.

Note: ignore the Email Address tab - this is only used if you’re sending to another Coinbase account. There are no network fees for sending to an email address (another Coinbase account) because such transactions are not recorded on the Bitcoin blockchain. They are only recorded in Coinbase’s internal systems, which means they are reversible, freezable, and otherwise controlled by a third party (Coinbase).

Is there a Fee to Send Bitcoin from Coinbase to Exodus

Bitcoin blockchain transactions have fees to pay Bitcoin miners, who validate Bitcoin transactions. These fees do not go to Coinbase or Exodus.

(Back to sending BTC)

To get your BTC address from Exodus, open Exodus, click the Wallet tab on the left (highlighted in orange) and then click on Bitcoin (highlighted in green) to access your Exodus Bitcoin wallet.

From there, click the Receive button (highlighted in green).

You should now see a screen with some Bitcoin addresses you can use to receive BTC (the right arrow - highlighted in purple - will show you more addresses).

Choose one of the addresses, preferably an unused one and hit the Copy button (highlighted in green) to copy the address to your clipboard.

Now that you’ve copied your Bitcoin address from your Exodus wallet, go back to Coinbase and paste the address in the Recipient box (highlighted in green).

Double-check that your Exodus Bitcoin wallet address and address that you pasted in the Coinbase Send BTC Recipient box match! A quick way to do this is to use something like https://countwordsfree.com/comparetexts to compare two texts to see if they’re the same.

After you’ve checked that the addresses match, enter how much Bitcoin you want to send from Coinbase to Exodus. You can enter the amount in USD (or whatever your local currency is) or in BTC (highlighted in orange). You can also enter an optional note (highlighted in purple) to associate with the transaction.

Once you’ve entered an amount to send (and maybe a note) hit the Continue button (highlighted in green).

A confirmation screen will appear with all the transaction details:

Make sure everything looks okay and enter your 2-step verification code (highlighted in orange) if you have two-factor authentication (2FA) setup. Once that’s done, hit Confirm (highlighted in green) and your Bitcoin will be on its way from Coinbase to your Exodus wallet!

After about 10 minutes, your Bitcoin should show up in your Exodus wallet. However, do note that it’s possible for the transaction to take longer if the network is congested. For example, in December 2017, when Bitcoin was all over the news and hit $20,000 per BTC, transactions were taking anywhere from 30 minutes to 16 hours (in extreme cases) to confirm.

Unfortunately longer transaction times are something outside of the control of both Coinbase and Exodus and hopefully the Bitcoin community is able to figure out the “scalability problem” (Bitcoin’s ability to handle many transactions at once) with solutions like Lightning Network.


NOTE: Coinbase withdrawals can be delayed for 72 hours if you send to a cryptocurrency address you haven’t sent to before. To get rid of this delay, you have to complete identity verification, which includes sending Coinbase photos of your ID and of yourself. This is necessary even if you’ve already verified your identity with Coinbase before.


Although this might have been planned by Coinbase as a legitimate security feature (someone taking control of your account and sending your crypto to an address that isn’t yours), it also is extremely inconvenient. Not to mention that it promotes poor privacy practices like reusing addresses (to avoid the inconvenience of ID verification to remove withdrawal delays).

Even if you aren’t a terrorist, money launderer, or otherwise shady character and don’t feel a need to hide your financial activity by using new addresses for every transaction, we at Exodus think that your privacy is important. After all, would you want someone being able to see all of your credit/debit card transactions?

While centralized exchanges might provide some benefits to users, privacy and control of your money (vs. someone being able to freeze it) unfortunately aren’t included.


How to Transfer Bitcoin from Coinbase to Exodus (Mobile)

If you use your phone for cryptocurrency transactions, here’s how to transfer Bitcoin from Coinbase to Exodus on mobile.

If you didn’t know Exodus had a mobile app and want to download it, here’s the link to the Exodus mobile wallet!

To get started, open Coinbase on your mobile device.

From there, tap Bitcoin (highlighted in green), which will take you to the Bitcoin screen.

Afterwards, tap BTC Wallet (highlighted in green), which takes you to Coinbase’s BTC Wallet.

From the Coinbase Bitcoin wallet screen, tap the Send Arrow in the top right (highlighted in green) to access the Send screen.

Once you’re in the Send screen you can specify how much Bitcoin you want to send by entering a dollar amount or tapping the up and down arrows (highlighted in green) to enter an amount in BTC. Tapping the up and down arrows also lets you send the maximum amount of BTC from the Coinbase mobile Bitcoin wallet.

After you’ve entered how much Bitcoin you want to send to your Exodus mobile Bitcoin wallet, tap Next (highlighted in green) to proceed.

You’ll then see a screen where you can enter your Exodus Bitcoin wallet’s Bitcoin address.

To get your Bitcoin address, open your Exodus mobile wallet.

Fun fact: did you know that you can sync your Exodus desktop wallet and your Exodus mobile wallet? This means you can secure, manage, and exchange your crypto assets both from your desktop and on the go!

Once your Exodus mobile wallet is open, tap BTC (highlighted in green) to access your Bitcoin wallet.

From there, tap the receive icon on the right (highlighted in green) to receive Bitcoin from the Coinbase app.

This will show you your Exodus mobile Bitcoin wallet address. Tap your address (highlighted in green) to copy it to your clipboard.

Now go back to the Coinbase app to send Bitcoin from Coinbase mobile to your Exodus mobile Bitcoin wallet. Paste in the address you copied earlier in the To field (highlighted in purple), add an optional Note for your records, and hit Next (highlighted in green).

Make sure all the details, such as your Exodus mobile Bitcoin wallet address in the “To” field as well as Total amount, are correct. Then tap Confirm Send (highlighted in green).

Is There a Fee to Send Bitcoin from Coinbase to Exodus (Mobile)

You might have noticed in the screenshot above that there’s mention of a “Network fee”. Bitcoin blockchain transactions have fees to pay Bitcoin miners, who validate Bitcoin transactions. These fees do not go to Coinbase or Exodus.

As for confirming the send, expect your Bitcoin transaction to take about 10 minutes to go through (could be faster or slower). Once it’s finished, you should see your Bitcoin in your Exodus mobile Bitcoin wallet:


How to Transfer Ethereum from Coinbase to Exodus (Desktop)

First, sign into your Coinbase account.

From there, click Portfolio (highlighted in orange) to access your Coinbase portfolio.

After you click Portfolio, scroll down to Your Assets and click Ethereum (highlighted in orange) to access your ETH.

Once you’re in the Coinbase Ethereum wallet, click on the Send button (highlighted in orange).

You’ll now see a Send ETH popup that asks for an ETH address, which you’ll get shortly from your Exodus wallet.

Note: ignore the Email Address tab - this is only used if you’re sending to another Coinbase account. There are no network fees for sending to an email address (another Coinbase account) because such transactions are not recorded on the Ethereum blockchain. They are only recorded in Coinbase’s internal system. Ethereum blockchain transactions have fees to pay Ethereum miners, who validate Ethereum transactions.

To get your ETH address from Exodus, open Exodus, click the Wallet tab on the left (highlighted in orange) and then click on Ethereum (highlighted in green) to access your Exodus Ethereum wallet.

From there, click the Receive button (highlighted in green).

You should now see a screen with your Ethereum address you can use to receive ETH.

Hit the Copy button (highlighted in green) to copy the address to your clipboard.

Now that you’ve copied your Ethereum address from your Exodus wallet, go back to Coinbase and paste the address in the Recipient box (highlighted in green).

Double-check that your Exodus Ethereum wallet address and address that you pasted in the Coinbase Send ETH Recipient box match! A quick way to do this is to use something like https://countwordsfree.com/comparetexts to compare two texts to see if they’re the same.

After you’ve checked that the addresses match, enter how much Ether you want to send from Coinbase to Exodus. You can enter the amount in USD (or whatever your local currency is) or in ETH (highlighted in orange). You can also enter an optional note (highlighted in purple) to associate with the transaction.

Once you’ve entered an amount to send (and maybe a note) hit the Continue button (highlighted in green).

A confirmation screen will appear with all the transaction details. Make sure everything looks okay and enter your 2-step verification code (highlighted in orange) if you have two-factor authentication (2FA) setup. Once that’s done, hit Confirm (highlighted in green) and your Ether will be on its way from Coinbase to your Exodus wallet!

After about 15 seconds, your Ether should show up in your Exodus wallet. However, do note that it’s possible for the transaction to take longer if the network is congested.

Unfortunately longer transaction times are something outside of the control of both Coinbase and Exodus and hopefully the Ethereum community is able to improve Ethereum’s “scalability” (Ethereum’s ability to handle many transactions at once) with solutions like Ethereum 2.0.

NOTE: Coinbase withdrawals can be delayed for 72 hours if you send to a cryptocurrency address you haven’t sent to before. To get rid of this delay, you have to complete identity verification, which includes sending Coinbase photos of your ID and of yourself. This is necessary even if you’ve already verified your identity with Coinbase before.

Although this might have been planned by Coinbase as a legitimate security feature (someone taking control of your account and sending your crypto to an address that isn’t yours), it also is extremely inconvenient.

While centralized exchanges might provide some benefits to users, control of your money (vs. someone being able to freeze it) unfortunately isn’t included.


How to Transfer Ethereum from Coinbase to Exodus (Mobile)

If you use your phone for cryptocurrency transactions, here’s how to transfer Ether from Coinbase to Exodus on mobile.

If you didn’t know Exodus had a mobile app and want to download it, here’s the link to the Exodus mobile wallet!

To get started, open Coinbase on your mobile device.

From there, tap Ethereum (highlighted in green), which will take you to the Ethereum screen.

Afterwards, tap ETH Wallet (highlighted in green), which takes you to Coinbase’s ETH Wallet.

From the Coinbase Ethereum wallet screen, tap the Send Arrow in the top right (highlighted in green) to access the Send screen.

Once you’re in the Send screen you can specify how much Ether you want to send by entering a dollar amount or tapping the up and down arrows (highlighted in green) to enter an amount in ETH. Tapping the up and down arrows also lets you send the maximum amount of ETH from the Coinbase mobile Ethereum wallet.

After you’ve entered how much Ether you want to send to your Exodus mobile Ethereum wallet, tap Next (highlighted in green) to proceed.

You’ll then see a screen where you can enter your Exodus Ethereum wallet’s Ethereum address.

To get your Ethereum address, open your Exodus mobile wallet.

Fun fact: did you know that you can sync your Exodus desktop wallet and your Exodus mobile wallet? This means you can secure, manage, and exchange your crypto assets both from your desktop and on the go!

Once your Exodus mobile wallet is open, tap ETH (highlighted in green) to access your Ethereum wallet.

From there, tap the receive icon on the right (highlighted in green) to receive Ether from the Coinbase app.

This will show you your Exodus mobile Ethereum wallet address. Tap your address (highlighted in green) to copy it to your clipboard.

Now go back to the Coinbase app to send Ether from Coinbase mobile to your Exodus mobile Ethereum wallet. Paste in the address you copied earlier in the To field (highlighted in purple), add an optional Note for your records, and hit Next (highlighted in green).

Make sure all the details, such as your Exodus mobile Ethereum wallet address in the “To” field as well as Total amount, are correct. Then tap Confirm Send (highlighted in green).

Again, expect your Ethereum transaction to take about 15 seconds to go through (could be faster or slower). Once it’s finished, you should see your Ether in your Exodus mobile Ethereum wallet:


How to Transfer Litecoin from Coinbase to Exodus (Desktop)

First, sign into your Coinbase account.

From there, click Portfolio (highlighted in orange) to access your Coinbase portfolio.

After you click Portfolio, scroll down to Your Assets and click Litecoin (highlighted in orange) to access your LTC.

Once you’re in the Coinbase Litecoin wallet, click on the Send button (highlighted in orange).

You’ll now see a Send LTC popup that asks for an LTC address, which you’ll get shortly from your Exodus wallet.

Note: ignore the Email Address tab - this is only used if you’re sending to another Coinbase account. There are no network fees for sending to an email address (another Coinbase account) because such transactions are not recorded on the Litecoin blockchain. They are only recorded in Coinbase’s internal system. Litecoin blockchain transactions have fees to pay Litecoin miners, who validate Litecoin transactions.

To get your LTC address from Exodus, open Exodus, click the Wallet tab on the left (highlighted in orange) and then click on Litecoin (highlighted in green) to access your Exodus Litecoin wallet.

From there, click the Receive button (highlighted in green).

You should now see a screen with your Litecoin address you can use to receive LTC.

Hit the Copy button (highlighted in green) to copy the address to your clipboard.

Now that you’ve copied your Litecoin address from your Exodus wallet, go back to Coinbase and paste the address in the Recipient box (highlighted in green).

Double-check that your Exodus Litecoin wallet address and address that you pasted in the Coinbase Send LTC Recipient box match! A quick way to do this is to use something like https://countwordsfree.com/comparetexts to compare two texts to see if they’re the same. 


After you’ve checked that the addresses match, enter how much Litecoin you want to send from Coinbase to Exodus. You can enter the amount in USD (or whatever your local currency is) or in LTC (highlighted in orange). You can also enter an optional note (highlighted in purple) to associate with the transaction.

Once you’ve entered an amount to send (and maybe a note) hit the Continue button (highlighted in green).

A confirmation screen will appear with all the transaction details. Make sure everything looks okay and enter your 2-step verification code (highlighted in orange) if you have two-factor authentication (2FA) setup. Once that’s done, hit Confirm (highlighted in green) and your Litecoin will be on its way from Coinbase to your Exodus wallet!

Litecoin Coinbase to Exodus Transfer Time

After about 2.5 minutes, your Litecoin should show up in your Litecoin wallet. However, do note that it’s possible for the transaction to take longer if the network is congested. Unfortunately, longer transaction times are something outside of the control of both Coinbase and Exodus. Nevertheless, Litecoin has yet to run into big-time congestion problems like Bitcoin and Ethereum, which are more popular among users.

NOTE: Coinbase withdrawals can be delayed for 72 hours if you send to a cryptocurrency address you haven’t sent to before. To get rid of this delay, you have to complete identity verification, which includes sending Coinbase photos of your ID and of yourself. This is necessary even if you’ve already verified your identity with Coinbase before.

Although this might have been planned by Coinbase as a legitimate security feature (someone taking control of your account and sending your crypto to an address that isn’t yours), it is also extremely inconvenient.

While centralized exchanges might provide some benefits to users, control of your money (vs. someone being able to freeze it) unfortunately isn’t included.


How to Transfer Litecoin from Coinbase to Exodus (Mobile)

If you use your phone for cryptocurrency transactions, here’s how to transfer Litecoin from Coinbase to Exodus on mobile.

If you didn’t know Exodus had a mobile app and want to download it, here’s the link to the Exodus mobile wallet!

To get started, open Coinbase on your mobile device.

From there, tap Litecoin (highlighted in green), which will take you to the Litecoin screen.

Afterwards, tap LTC Wallet (highlighted in green), which takes you to Coinbase’s LTC Wallet.

From the Coinbase Litecoin wallet screen, tap the Send Arrow in the top right (highlighted in green) to access the Send screen.

Once you’re in the Send screen you can specify how much Litecoin you want to send by entering a dollar amount or tapping the up and down arrows (highlighted in green) to enter an amount in LTC. Tapping the up and down arrows also lets you send the maximum amount of LTC from the Coinbase mobile Litecoin wallet.

After you’ve entered how much Litecoin you want to send to your Exodus mobile Litecoin wallet, tap Next (highlighted in green) to proceed.

You’ll then see a screen where you can enter your Exodus Litecoin wallet’s Litecoin address.

To get your Litecoin address, open your Exodus mobile wallet.

Fun fact: did you know that you can sync your Exodus desktop wallet and your Exodus mobile wallet? This means you can secure, manage, and exchange your crypto assets both from your desktop and on the go!

Once your Exodus mobile wallet is open, tap LTC (highlighted in green) to access your Litecoin wallet.

From there, tap the receive icon on the right (highlighted in green) to receive Litecoin from the Coinbase app.

This will show you your Exodus mobile Litecoin wallet address. Tap your address (highlighted in green) to copy it to your clipboard.

Now go back to the Coinbase app to send Litecoin from Coinbase mobile to your Exodus mobile Litecoin wallet. Paste in the address you copied earlier in the To field (highlighted in purple), add an optional Note for your records, and hit Next (highlighted in green).

Make sure all the details, such as your Exodus mobile Litecoin wallet address in the “To” field as well as Total amount, are correct. Then tap Confirm Send (highlighted in green).

Litecoin Coinbase to Exodus Transfer Time (Mobile)

After about 2.5 minutes, your Litecoin should show up in your Litecoin wallet. However, do note that it’s possible for the transaction to take longer if the network is congested. Unfortunately, longer transaction times are something outside of the control of both Coinbase and Exodus. Nevertheless, Litecoin has yet to run into big-time congestion problems like Bitcoin and Ethereum, which are more popular among users.

Once the transaction confirms (goes through), you should see your Litecoin in your Exodus mobile Litecoin wallet:


How to Transfer XRP from Coinbase to Exodus (Desktop)

First, sign into your Coinbase account.

From there, click Portfolio (highlighted in orange) to access your Coinbase portfolio.

After you click Portfolio, scroll down to Your Assets and click XRP (highlighted in orange) to access Ripple.

Once you’re in the Coinbase XRP wallet, click on the Send button (highlighted in orange).

You’ll now see a Send XRP popup that asks for an XRP address, which you’ll get shortly from your Exodus wallet.

Note: ignore the Email Address tab - this is only used if you’re sending to another Coinbase account. There are no network fees for sending to an email address (another Coinbase account) because such transactions are not recorded on the XRP blockchain. They are only recorded in Coinbase’s internal system. XRP blockchain transactions have fees to pay XRP validators, who validate XRP transactions.

Do I Need a Tag when Sending XRP from Coinbase to Exodus

You may have noticed in the Send XRP popup that there is a field for an “XRP Tag”. You do not need to enter a tag when sending XRP from Coinbase to Exodus.

However, for the other way around (Exodus to Coinbase), you might have to enter an XRP tag since centralized exchanges like Coinbase do not create unique XRP addresses for each user. Instead, they will use one or a few XRP addresses to receive XRP and then keep track of customers’ XRP in their system using different XRP tags for each customer.

On the other hand, your Exodus XRP wallet’s address is unique to you, and you don’t need to enter an XRP tag because you’re in control of your XRP, not us. For more information, see our article on memos, destination, tags, messages, and payment IDs.

(Back to sending your XRP from Coinbase to your Exodus wallet)

To get your XRP address from Exodus, open Exodus, click the Wallet tab on the left (highlighted in orange) and then click on XRP (highlighted in green) to access your Exodus XRP wallet.

From there, click the Receive button (highlighted in green).

You should now see a screen with your XRP address you can use to receive XRP.

Hit the Copy button (highlighted in green) to copy the address to your clipboard.

Now that you’ve copied your XRP address from your Exodus wallet, go back to Coinbase and paste the address in the Recipient box (highlighted in green).

Double-check that your Exodus XRP wallet address and address that you pasted in the Coinbase Send XRP Recipient box match! A quick way to do this is to use something like https://countwordsfree.com/comparetexts to compare two texts to see if they’re the same.

After you’ve checked that the addresses match, enter how much XRP you want to send from Coinbase to Exodus. You can enter the amount in USD (or whatever your local currency is) or in XRP (highlighted in orange).

Once you’ve entered an amount to send click the Continue button (highlighted in green).

Here you’ll see a message about Sending without an XRP Tag. You can ignore it and click “Skip XRP Tag” (highlighted in green), since you don’t need an XRP Tag to send to your Exodus XRP wallet, as mentioned earlier.

A confirmation screen will appear with all the transaction details. Make sure everything looks okay and enter your 2-step verification code (highlighted in orange) if you have two-factor authentication (2FA) setup. Once that’s done, hit Confirm (highlighted in green) and your XRP will be on its way from Coinbase to your Exodus wallet!

After about 4 seconds, your XRP should show up in your XRP wallet.

NOTE: Coinbase withdrawals can be delayed for 72 hours if you send to a cryptocurrency address you haven’t sent to before. To get rid of this delay, you have to complete identity verification, which includes sending Coinbase photos of your ID and of yourself. This is necessaryeven if you’ve already verified your identity with Coinbase before.

Although this might have been planned by Coinbase as a legitimate security feature (someone taking control of your account and sending your crypto to an address that isn’t yours), it is also extremely inconvenient.

While centralized exchanges might provide some benefits to users, control of your money (vs. someone being able to freeze it) unfortunately isn’t included.

XRP received!


How to Transfer XRP from Coinbase to Exodus (Mobile)

If you use your phone for cryptocurrency transactions, here’s how to transfer XRP from Coinbase to Exodus wallet on mobile.

If you didn’t know Exodus had a mobile app and want to download it, here’s the link to the Exodus mobile wallet!

To get started, open Coinbase on your mobile device.

From there, tap XRP (highlighted in green), which will take you to the XRP screen.

Afterwards, tap XRP Wallet (highlighted in green), which takes you to Coinbase’s XRP Wallet.

From the Coinbase XRP wallet screen, tap the Send Arrow in the top right (highlighted in green) to access the Send screen.

Once you’re in the Send screen you can specify how much Ripple you want to send by entering a dollar amount or tapping the up and down arrows (highlighted in green) to enter an amount in XRP. Tapping the up and down arrows also lets you send the maximum amount of XRP from the Coinbase mobile XRP wallet.

After you’ve entered how much XRP you want to send to your Exodus mobile XRP wallet, tap Next (highlighted in green) to proceed.

You’ll then see a screen where you can enter your Exodus XRP wallet’s XRP address.

To get your XRP address, open your Exodus mobile wallet.

Fun fact: did you know that you can sync your Exodus desktop wallet and your Exodus mobile wallet? This means you can secure, manage, and exchange your crypto assets both from your desktop and on the go!

Once your Exodus mobile wallet is open, tap XRP (highlighted in green) to access your XRP wallet.

From there, tap the receive icon on the right (highlighted in green) to receive XRP from the Coinbase app.

This will show you your Exodus mobile XRP wallet address. Tap your address (highlighted in green) to copy it to your clipboard.

Now go back to the Coinbase app to send XRP from Coinbase mobile to your Exodus mobile XRP wallet. Paste in the address you copied earlier in the To field (highlighted in purple), add an optional Note for your records, and hit Next (highlighted in green).

Do I Need a Tag when Sending XRP from Coinbase to Exodus (Mobile)

You may have noticed that Coinbase also asks for an “XRP Tag”. You do not need to enter a tag when sending XRP from Coinbase to Exodus.

However, for the other way around (Exodus to Coinbase), you might have to enter an XRP tag since centralized exchanges like Coinbase do not create unique XRP addresses for each user. Instead, they will use one or a few XRP addresses to receive XRP and then keep track of customers’ XRP in their system using different XRP tags for each customer.

On the other hand, your Exodus XRP wallet’s address is unique to you, and you don’t need to enter an XRP tag because you’re in control of your XRP, not us. For more information, see our article on memos, destination, tags, messages, and payment IDs.

(Back to sending your XRP from Coinbase to your Exodus wallet)

After tapping next, you’ll see a message about not including an XRP Tag. You can ignore it and click “Skip XRP Tag” (highlighted in green), since you don’t need an XRP Tag to send to your Exodus XRP wallet, as mentioned earlier.

After tapping Skip XRP Tag, make sure all the details, such as your Exodus mobile XRP wallet address in the “To” field as well as Total amount, are correct. Then tap Confirm Send (highlighted in green).

Again, expect your XRP transaction to take about 4 seconds to go through (could be faster or slower). Once it’s finished, you should see your XRP in your Exodus mobile XRP wallet:


How do I Send Assets that aren’t Bitcoin, ETH, Litecoin, or XRP from Coinbase to Exodus?

Generally the process for sending any asset to your Exodus wallet from Coinbase will be the same:

  1. Go to the asset’s wallet in Coinbase
  2. Hit send
  3. Enter an amount to send
  4. Enter your Exodus wallet address to send to
  5. Double-check all the details
  6. Confirm send

For assets where this isn’t the case, there will be some sort of note, such as mention of a Memo for the asset EOS.

(Do note that you don’t have to enter a memo or anything similar to send assets to your Exodus wallet, as mentioned earlier for XRP).


Coinbase to Exodus No Fee

Want to know how to transfer from Coinbase to Exodus no fee?

This can be especially useful to know when networks like Bitcoin and Ethereum are congested and fees start getting high. For example, during the end of 2017, this probably could have saved you an average of ~$55 per BTC transaction towards the end of December 2017, the peak of the 2017 cryptocurrency bull market.

This method involves using Coinbase Pro, which can be a bit daunting at first since it’s designed for advanced crypto traders rather than every day users. If you’re a trader, you shouldn’t have any problems navigating the interface but if you’re not, don’t worry - we got you covered!

First go to pro.coinbase.com and click Log In in the top right (highlighted in green).

From here, you can login using your regular Coinbase account.

Once you’re in, click Withdraw on the left (highlighted in purple) to select the asset you’re looking to send to your Exodus wallet.

In this case, we’ll select XRP (the process is the same for other assets like Bitcoin, Ether, and Litecoin - except that there might not be mention of something similar to an “XRP Tag”, depending on the asset).

Once you’re in the Withdraw XRP screen, you’ll have to get your Exodus XRP address (we’ll retrieve it shortly) and enter it in the Destination field (highlighted in green).

To get your Exodus XRP wallet address, go to your Exodus wallet, select Wallet on the left (highlighted in orange) then select XRP (highlighted in green).

Then hit the Receive button (highlighted in green):

You’ll then see your Exodus XRP wallet address, which you can copy by hitting the copy button (highlighted in green).

Go back to Coinbase Pro to enter your XRP address in the Destination field.

You do not need to include an XRP Tag to send XRP from Coinbase to your Exodus wallet so put a check next to “Check box if your send does not require an XRP Tag” (highlighted in orange).

Then enter the amount you want to send (highlighted in purple) and hit WITHDRAW XRP (highlighted in green).

Note the part that says “XRP network transfers are fast and free”. This will be the same for other assets like BTC but instead of saying “XRP network transfers are fast and free”, the text will read “BTC network transfers are fast and free”.

If you have 2-step verification enabled, enter your 2-step verification code and hit WITHDRAW FUNDS.

When withdrawing, you might be asked by Coinbase to save the address to your address book for faster withdrawals next time. It’s up to you whether or not you’d like to take this step.

You should see your XRP in your Exodus wallet after a few seconds:

Coinbase to Exodus No Fee (Mobile)

Currently, this method of sending crypto from Coinbase to Exodus for no fee using Coinbase Pro seems to only work on desktop:

The same message appeared for other popular assets like ETH, LTC, and XRP.


How Long Does Coinbase to Exodus Take

As mentioned in the different sections of this article:

  • Bitcoin will take around 10 minutes
  • ETH will take around 15 seconds
  • Litecoin will take around 2.5 minutes
  • XRP will take around 4 seconds

For other assets, we recommend looking up the asset’s “confirmation time” or “transaction time”.

Again, remember that transactions can take longer for certain assets during high usage times, such as late 2017, when many people were trying to use cryptocurrency.


Coinbase Transfer to Exodus Taking Forever

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

Also check that your Coinbase withdrawal to your Exodus 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.


Transfer from Coinbase USD Wallet to Exodus

If you’re looking to transfer USD (or your local government-owned currency) from Coinbase to Exodus, we have some bad news:

Exodus doesn’t support fiat currency (money that doesn’t have inherent value, like most government currencies)!

We do have some good news though: Exodus will soon let you buy crypto right from your Exodus wallet ;)


Can I Buy on Coinbase and Have My Coins Deposited to My Exodus Wallet

We’re not aware of any feature on Coinbase that lets you buy on Coinbase and have your coins automatically deposited to your Exodus wallet.

However, if this is something you’d like to see, we recommend reaching out to Coinbase directly! :)

As much as we’d like to help, this is something that could only be made possible from Coinbase’s side.


Do I Have to Use Coinbase with Exodus Wallet

You do not have to use Coinbase with Exodus wallet in order to first buy crypto with government currencies like USD and EUR and then send from Coinbase to Exodus.

There are other centralized exchange services you can use like Binance, Kraken, Bitstamp, and others. You can also choose peer-to-peer (p2p) options where you trade with other crypto users directly. P2p services include the likes of Local Bitcoins, Paxful, and Bisq.

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