Trust Wallet is a mobile Ethereum wallet that supports all Ethereum tokens. Trust Wallet also supports other cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Litecoin, and ERC721 tokens.
The Trust Wallet was created by the team behind MyEtherWallet. It is the first iOS app to support Ethereum without needing a third-party app store. Trust Wallet is available for iOS and Android devices.
When you add Ethereum tokens to Trust Wallet, sometimes they do not show up in the list. Why does this happen and how to fix the token-missing problem? We will guide you through these required steps to solve the hassle in this article.
Why is My Crypto Not Showing in Trust Wallet?
There are two possible reasons why your cryptocurrency is not showing up. The first one is that you might have not added the coin to Trust Wallet yet. The second one is that the coin might not be supported by Trust Wallet.
The Trust Wallet team is working hard to add support for all coins and tokens on the market, but it takes time to do so due to technical reasons. The Trust Wallet has managed to support over 40 blockchains by now.
Therefore, if your token does not show up in Trust Wallet, please make sure it is working with the Wallet app. If it is a supported coin, you can always add them manually.
Another common cause is your firewall. Blockchains are not allowed to connect to the internet by default and need to be explicitly enabled. Try enabling it in your firewall settings and see if that fixes the problem.
If its nodes are under extreme strain and are refusing connections, then please wait for a few minutes before trying again. The trick should be working well in most cases.
Some ISPs block access to all blockchain nodes, so you might need to contact your ISP and ask them why they are blocking it.
How do you Get Ethereum to Show Up in the Trust Wallet?
If you don’t see the ETH token after you’ve purchased it through Pancake swap or whatever, how can you show it in the Trust Wallet?
What you need to do is go up to the top right-hand corner of your trust wallet where you see the two dots and the lines. Click on that, and it’s going to give you a pre-populated list of coins that you can click on. They will show up in your wallet.
However, if you don’t have a coin in this list, e.g Ethereum, you must get the contract address for the missing token first.
To copy the contract address of Ethereum, we visit the website CoinMarketCap or its app if you already installed it. Then scroll down the page to locate the missing token, Ethereum.
On the ETH token page, you will see the “Contract” and copy its address by tapping the two small squares in the up-right corner.
Then move back to the Trust Wallet page, and paste this contact address into the search bar. The ETH coins should be coming up on the screen and add the token into your Trust Wallet list by toggling on the switch.
How Long does Ethereum Transaction Take Trust Wallet?
The time it takes for Ethereum to show up on your Trust Wallet depends on the speed at which the Ethereum network is processing transactions.
As a cryptocurrency, Ethereum is processed by miners and needs to be verified by them before it can be sent to your wallet. The verification process can take anywhere between 5 minutes and 3 hours, depending on the speed of the Ethereum network.
By default, the Trust Wallet does not show up all crypto coins in the list, even if they are very popular on the market.
If the token is missing, you can copy its contract address from the CoinMarketCap app or website, and paste it into the search bar of the Trust Wallet app. The missed token should be coming up in the list.
If the contract address method doesn’t restore the tokens, you can also try to tap “Add Custom Token” and paste its address into the search bar. The token should be showing up finally in the populated list.