How to Import Your Atomic Wallet to Trust Wallet
Discover how to transfer your Atomic Wallet to Trust Wallet with this step-by-step guide. Learn about both wallets, as well as how to manage multiple addresses using Trust Wallet.
In this guide, we'll explain the process of importing your Atomic Wallet into Trust Wallet. Because the Atomic wallet is a self-custody wallet built to support the open Web3 ecosystem, it allows you to import your wallet’s address directly into Trust Wallet anytime you want. That means you can use Trust Wallet to view and manage the same assets, while taking advantage of extensive features the Trust ecosystem has to offer.
So below, we cover the necessary steps to import your wallet, describe some Trust Wallet features, and answer common questions about importing wallets in our FAQ section. Let's get started!
What is Trust Wallet?
Trust Wallet is the simple-to-use, self-custody crypto wallet and gateway to Web3 for people who want to fully own, control, and leverage the power of their digital assets. From beginners to experienced users, Trust Wallet makes it simpler, safer, and convenient for millions of people around the world to experience Web3, store and manage their crypto and NFTs, buy, sell, and stake crypto to earn rewards, and access dApps securely—all in one place. Trust Wallet is available as a mobile app, and also as the Trust Wallet Chrome Extension.
What is Atomic Wallet?
Atomic Wallet is a desktop and mobile wallet that allows users to manage, exchange, stake, and buy a number of cryptocurrencies from a single interface. One of its key features is its atomic swap capability, which enables direct and decentralized trading between different types of cryptocurrencies. It also provides a feature to purchase cryptocurrencies using a credit card.
How to import wallet from Atomic to Trust Wallet
Before you import your Atomic Wallet into Trust Wallet, you’ll need to ensure you have Trust Wallet installed on your mobile device or computer. Trust Wallet is available as a mobile app as well as the Trust Wallet Chrome Extension.
Step 1: Install Trust Wallet
If you don’t yet have a Trust Wallet, you’ll need to install it for your device. Trust Wallet is available as a mobile app and as the Trust Wallet Extension. In this example we’ll use the mobile app.
Step 2: Get your secret phrase from Atomic Wallet
Next, you’ll need to get your secret phrase (often called a recovery phrase or seed phrase) from your Atomic Wallet. Here’s how.
Choose the “More” option.
Choose “Private keys & Backup”.
Follow the instructions until you get to the page where you can choose “12-word backup phrase, then follow the additional instructions to reveal and note down your backup phrase (secret phrase).
Note: Remember to never share your secret phrase with anyone.
Step 3: Import your Atomic Wallet to your Trust Wallet
Open Trust Wallet and choose “Add existing wallet”, when presented the setup options.
Choose the “Secret phrase” option.
Select “Multi-Coin Wallet” if you want to be able to manage all your crypto assets with one wallet.
Paste in your secret phrase or type it in the same order that you have it written down, then select “Restore wallet”.
From there, simply follow the instructions to start using your Trust Wallet and you’ll see your imported balances.
And that’s it. Now your Atomic Wallet is imported into your Trust Wallet.
Frequently asked questions
I already have an existing Trust Wallet address set up, but I want import a totally different wallet. Can I import an additional new wallet and use multiple wallets?
Yes, with Trust Wallet you can manage multiple wallets in one app. Here’s how to import a new wallet when you’ve already got an existing wallet set up.
Select the wallet selector dropdown. It’s located above your wallet’s balance on the home screen..
Select the plus (+) sign on the Wallets page.
Choose “Add existing wallet”.
Then import the additional wallet you want.
Note: You can switch between wallets easily anytime via the wallet selector dropdown on the home screen.
How do I switch between my different wallets?
The easiest way to switch between different wallets is via the wallet selector dropdown on the home screen, located above your wallet’s balance.
Optionally, you can also ‘long-press’ the Wallet icon in the bottom menu to reveal the Wallets page, or access the Wallets page via “Settings”.
I imported my wallet but didn't see all my coins/tokens. Where are they?
If you don’t see all your assets after importing, you can search for the asset and add it manually. Here’s how:
Select the Manage Tokens icon, located in the top right of the home screen.
Search the asset and then activate the toggle (example shown below).
Then you’ll be able to view the assets from the home screen.
What wallets can I import into Trust Wallet?
Trust Wallet is a Web3 self-custody wallet where you have full control over your private keys and assets. That said, you can import virtually any Web3 wallet as long as its also gives you full control over your secret phrase and private keys.
That way you can take your secret phrase and import it into your Trust Wallet with ease.
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