How to Transfer Crypto from Robinhood to MetaMask

A Step-by-Step Guide for Ethereum Wallet Users

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How to Transfer Crypto from Robinhood to MetaMask

Robinhood is a trading app that lets investors buy and sell stocks, options, exchange-traded funds and cryptocurrencies without paying commissions. With most online brokers now offering zero-commission trading, Robinhood is adding new features. This includes a recurring investment function that lets investors set up scheduled trades.

Robinhood offers both web and mobile trading. The platform has periodically suffered outages and imposed trading restrictions during volatile market cycles.

On April 7, Robinhood released a cryptocurrency wallet for “all eligible waitlist members”. This means some 2 million users who were waiting for access now can use Robinhood’s wallet offerings. In this tutorial, we will show you how to transfer your cryptocurrencies from Robinhood to MetaMask.

Open your Robinhood account and click on the search button:

Search for the crypto that you are going to send to your MetaMask and select it. In this tutorial we use Ethereum:

Scroll down and click on Send:

Enter the amount of the ETH that you’re going to send and click on Continue:

Now you can scan your MetaMask QR code or click on Enter manually. We continue with the Enter manually option:

Open your MetaMask and check the network and select the coin that you want to receive which is ETH here:

Click on Receive:

Copy the address and paste it into the Robinhood wallet address tab and then select Review:

Once you review everything you can go ahead and complete the transfer.

We hope you found this tutorial helpful and you’ve learned how to transfer from Robinhood to MetaMask.

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