Viewing your receiving address
To receive payments into your CoinJar, you'll need to share your CoinJar's receiving address for that currency type.
Your receiving address is an alphanumeric string of characters, which can safely be shared to anyone looking to send that type of cryptocurrency to your CoinJar.
- Once signed in to your CoinJar, click the three dots (‘More Options’) button at the top right of your screen.
- Select ‘Receive cryptocurrency’ and select the currency account of the cryptocurrency you wish to receive. For example, to view your receiving Bitcoin address, navigate to your Everyday Bitcoin account.
- Carefully carefully review any network requirements onscreen, and once understood, click ‘I understand’ to view your Wallet QR code and Wallet Address.
CoinJar app (iOS and Android)
To view the receiving address for one of your cryptocurrencies, simply:
- Open the CoinJar app and tap Accounts.
- Select the Everyday Account of the cryptocurrency you'd like to receive. For example, tap 'Everyday Ethereum' if you wish to receive Ether.
- Tap the three dots in the bottom right hand corner. (The 'What would you like to do' menu)
- Select 'Receive' and carefully review any network requirements onscreen before tapping 'Show address'.
Each different type of cryptocurrency has its own requirements when sending and receiving payments. Because these requirements are vital to your funds reaching their destination, we've included a breakdown below for each of the cryptocurrencies supported by CoinJar. Whenever receiving any payment with your CoinJar, please ensure to consider these requirements.
Receiving Payouts with CoinJar
Many privately hosted cryptocurrency wallets use a single cryptocurrency address for both sending and receiving payments, CoinJar uses many different addresses to send cryptocurrencies - not all of which will be associated with your personal CoinJar account. Most external services are automatically configured to return payouts to your sending address, and this can lead to funds not being credited to your account.
Due to this, we do not recommend you use your CoinJar for cryptocurrency mining or gambling websites - unless you can specify on that service which address your payouts will be sent to. Alternatively you can use a privately hosted wallet to receive payouts, and then transfer your funds to your CoinJar.
Receiving Bitcoin (BTC)
P2SH address format
As of March 12 2019, CoinJar utilises the P2SH format for all newly generated Bitcoin addresses. P2SH transactions are processed more efficiently through Segregated Witness (SegWit), which increases the transaction capacity of Bitcoin blocks.
Any receiving Bitcoin addresses you've generated within your CoinJar prior to this date (they will begin with "1" rather than "3") will continue to remain operational until 31 March 2021. We recommend using your new P2SH address rather that continuing to use previously generated addresses. Additionally, each CoinJar will generate a single receiving Bitcoin address for all incoming Bitcoin payments, rather than a new address each time.
Receiving Ether (ETH)
ERC20 - the Ethereum token standard - is currently supported for a limited range of tokens. You should review CoinJar's Supported cryptocurrencies often. Any unsupported ERC20 tokens sent to CoinJar-generated Ethereum addresses will be lost permanently and cannot be recovered.
Important Notice regarding ERC20 and ETH receiving addresses
Please note that as part of our preparations for multi-chain support your ETH and ERC20 addresses have changed. These are currently available to be viewed on both our Mobile Apps (iOS, Android) and our Web App
Receiving Ethereum Classic (ETC)
Ethereum Classic (ETC) addresses will be different to ETH and ERC-20 addresses on your CoinJar account. Because Ethereum Classic (ETC) addresses cannot be distinguished from Ethereum (ETH) addresses, entering an Ethereum Classic address may result in that amount being sent on the Ethereum network, which will cause loss of funds. Please ensure you are sending from the correct account and to the correct network / address before confirming your transfer.
Receiving Litecoin (LTC)
Segwit P2SH addresses vs. legacy P2SH addresses
At this point in time, CoinJar does not support legacy P2SH Litecoin addresses - instead opting to use Segwit P2SH addresses. Many other exchanges still don't support Segwit P2SH Litecoin addresses, and will refuse to send a Litecoin payment to a CoinJar-generated Litecoin address for this reason.
In this case, please use the official P2SH Litecoin address converter to exchange the Segwit P2SH Litecoin address generated by your CoinJar, into a legacy P2SH Litecoin address.
CoinJar will always provide an "M" address - using "M" addresses eliminates the risk of accidentally confusing it with a bitcoin address, which can begin with a "3".
BECH32 address (any LTC address starting with LTC1) is also not supported.
(except for addresses starting with "LTC1")
|Legacy P2SH (outdated)
Receiving XRP (Ripple)
Destination tags are a required component when receiving XRP payments in your CoinJar's receiving address - as is the case with most receiving XRP addresses. Always ensure you include your destination tag when receiving XRP payments into CoinJar.
Further information on destination tags can be found on Ripple's official documentation.
When generating your receiving XRP address, CoinJar's address format appends your destination tag to your XRP address. Some XRP payment providers may not recognise this address format, in which case you should omit the separator ("?dt=") and enter your XRP address and destination tag separately.
Receiving Lumens (XLM)
Lumens utilises Destination Tag technology and a Memo is required to send XLM to CoinJar. Omitting or using an incorrect Destination Tag / Memo will cause issues in crediting the transaction to your CoinJar account, and the funds may not be recoverable.
Receiving Algorand (ALGO)
To receive ALGO from an Algorand wallet, simply paste in the address associated with your CoinJar account into the “To:” field when creating a transaction in the Algorand wallet. For more information, please see Algorand’s support articles.
Receiving EOS (EOS)
EOS utilises Destination Tag technology and a Memo is required to send EOS to CoinJar. Omitting or using an incorrect Destination Tag / Memo will cause issues in crediting the transaction to your CoinJar account, and the funds may not be recoverable.
Receiving Polygon (MATIC)
Polygon operates both on the existing ERC-20 standard and its own main-net. CoinJar only supports sending and receiving Polygon via the ERC-20 standard. Sending Polygon (MATIC) to your CoinJar via its main-net is not supported and may result in loss of funds.
Receiving Avalanche (AVAX)
When receiving Avalanche to your CoinJar, you must only send Avalanche on the C-Chain. Learn more on Avalanche's website.
Receiving Sui (SUI)
To receive SUI from a Sui wallet, simply paste in the address associated with your CoinJar account when creating a transaction in the Sui wallet.
Fantom (FTM), Chiliz (CHZ), Band (BAND) payments
CoinJar only supports sending and receiving these via the ERC-20 standard on the Ethereum mainnet. Sending these tokens via any other chain or network is not supported and will result in loss of funds.