A Bitcoin wallet address is a unique 26-35 digit combination of numbers and letters always beginning with either a 1 or a 3. An example of what a Bitcoin wallet address may look like is below:
When receiving Bitcoin you would give this wallet address over and the other person would enter it when sending.
Wallet addresses can also be represented in the form of a QR code. Instead of entering your wallet address as we said above, someone can send you Bitcoin by scanning your QR code. Below is a wallet address in the form of a QR code:
Your CoinCorner receiving wallet address can be generated and found in the 'Receive' tab on our Send/Receive page.
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