To find your recovery phrase on Trust Wallet, you need to open Trust Wallet and go to your settings.
Once you are in your settings, tap on the “Wallets” option followed by the information icon.
Finally, tap on “Show Secret Phrase” to find your recovery phrase.
Every time you create a wallet on Trust Wallet, you will be given a 12-word recovery phrase.
The recovery phrase is used to retrieve or import the wallet.
For example, if you are using a new phone, you need to import your wallet using the 12-word recovery phrase.
You can also use the phrase to import Trust Wallet into another wallet such as safeMoon wallet.
This way, you will avoid the fees of transferring your cryptocurrency from one wallet address to another.
1. Open Trust Wallet
The first step is to download Trust Wallet if you haven’t already.
Trust Wallet is available on both the App Store and Google Play Store.
Then, open the Trust Wallet app on your phone.
After opening Trust Wallet, you need to access your wallet if you haven’t already.
2. Go to your settings
After opening Trust Wallet, you need to go to your settings.
In the bottom navigation bar of the app, you will see 3 icons.
This includes “Wallet”, “Discover” and “Settings”.
First, tap on “Settings” to access your Trust Wallet settings.
3. Select the “Wallets” option
After tapping on “Settings”, you will land on the settings page.
On the page you will see more options.
This includes “Wallets”, “Security”, “Push Notifications” and more.
To find your recovery phrase on Trust Wallet, you need to go to your wallet settings.
Then, you have to tap on “Wallets” to see your wallets.
4. Tap the information icon
After tapping on “Wallets”, you will land on the “Wallets” page.
On the page, you will see a list of wallets that you have on Trust Wallet.
Now you have to tap on the wallet information icon you want to find or get the recovery phrase.
By default, the first wallet created on Trust Wallet will be called “Main Wallet”.
So, if you want to find the recovery phrase for “Main Wallet”, tap on the information icon next to “Main Wallet”.
5. Tap “Show Secret Phrase”
After tapping on the information icon, you will land on your wallet settings.
Now you will be able to change the name of your wallet.
Under the “Name” field, you will see a “Backup Options” header.
Under the heading, you will see a “Show secret phrase” option.
Tap “Show Secret Phrase” to see your recovery phrase on Trust Wallet.
Keep in mind that if you lose access to your current device, your funds will be lost unless you back up the recovery phrase.
6. Agree to understand the risks
After tapping “Show Secret Phrase”, a page will open containing important information about the recovery phrase.
Here is the important information:
- The recovery phrase is the main key to your funds. Never share it with anyone else.
- Trust Wallet will never ask you to share your recovery phrase.
- If you lose your recovery phrase, trust wallet can’t get your funds back either.
Tap the checkbox to agree that you understand the risks.
Then, tap “Continue” to keep seeing your recovery phrase.
7. Copy the recovery phrase of your Trust Wallet
After accepting the terms and tapping “Continue”, you will land on the “Your Secret Phrase” page.
Now you will be able to see your 12-word recovery phrase on Trust Wallet.
You can copy the words or write them in the right order and save them in a safe place.
Tap “Copy” to copy the recovery phrase.
Keep in mind that you can’t share your secret phrase.
If someone has your secret phrase, they will have full control of your wallet.
So, it is important to keep the recovery phrase in a safe place and out of reach of others.
You have successfully learned how to find your recovery phrase on Trust Wallet!
Storing the recovery phrase online is not recommended because a hacker can access it.
So, it is recommended to store it in a safe place in your home.
As long as you are logged into Trust Wallet on your device, you will be able to recover your 12-word recovery phrase at any time.
Keep in mind that your recovery phrase is encrypted on Trust Wallet.
This means that the Trust Wallet team will not be able to access it.
You are essentially your bank where you will have full control of your funds.
That is why it is important not to miss the recovery phrase or your funds will be lost forever.