Robinhood Wallet

The Robinhood Wallet app is a self-custody wallet that’s your portal to web3, where you can swap crypto with no network fees on Polygon. Robinhood Wallet gives you full control over your crypto on the Polygon and Ethereum networks, which means you hold and maintain the private key to your assets. Stay tuned, because we’ll be adding more networks to Robinhood Wallet in the future, too.

Keep in mind

Currently, you can only use one wallet address in the app at a time. Multiple addresses are not yet supported.

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Create a new wallet

  1. Select Create a new wallet
  2. Select Use Face ID/Touch ID or Create a custom PIN
  3. Select Back it up to iCloud, Back it up manually, or Skip to back it up later
  4. Select Continue or Skip to claim your reward later
  5. Fund your wallet through Robinhood Crypto or from another wallet or exchange
  6. Select Open wallet

We strongly recommend backing up your wallet because it's the only way you can recover your wallet and crypto if you lose or reset your device. If you don’t back up your wallet when you create it, you can do it later in Backups & security. For step-by-step instructions, see back up your wallet.

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Import your existing wallet

If you already have an Ethereum or Polygon wallet, you can import it to Robinhood Wallet by using your existing wallet’s secret recovery phrase.

  1. Select Import your existing wallet
  2. You can either copy and paste, or manually enter your secret recovery phrase
  3. Select Import
  4. Select Use Face/Touch ID or Create a custom PIN
  5. Select Back it up to iCloud, Back it up manually, or Skip to back it up later
  6. Select Continue or Skip to claim your reward later
  7. Fund your wallet through Robinhood Wallet or from another wallet or exchange
  8. Select Open wallet

See step-by-step instructions in Fund your wallet with Robinhood Crypto.


Currently, you can’t choose additional addresses to import, but we’re working on supporting multiple addresses in the future.

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Recover your wallet

If you backed up a wallet to your iCloud in the past, you can recover it.

  1. Select Recover your wallet from iCloud
  2. Enter the password to unlock your backup
  3. Select Recover wallet
  4. Select Use Face/Touch ID or Create a custom PIN
  5. Select Continue
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Fund your wallet with Robinhood Crypto

You can transfer tokens from a Robinhood Crypto account to fund Robinhood Wallet. You'll have the option to transfer compatible and supported tokens over the Ethereum and Polygon networks. You can see what tokens are supported in Robinhood Wallet when you fund your wallet.

  1. HomeMenuTransfer from Robinhood
  2. Choose a token to transfer
  3. Choose a network
  4. Enter the amount to transfer
  5. Select ReviewSubmit
  6. Enter your one-time code from your authenticator app
  7. Select Return to Robinhood Wallet

You can also fund your wallet from another wallet or exchange.

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Fees and disclosures

Robinhood currently does not charge service fees on token swaps. Fees are subject to change.

Network fees, or gas fees, are blockchain transaction processing fees. These required fees are submitted to the network along with your transaction. The fee fluctuates based on the volume of transactions, confirmation speed, and transaction size for that network.

Network fees may apply for token approvals, transfers to an external wallet, and interacting with dapps.

Robinhood Wallet doesn’t collect any part of the network fee.


Self-custody cryptocurrency wallet and related services are offered through Robinhood Non-Custodial, Ltd., a limited company organized in the Cayman Islands, and other third-party providers. Cryptocurrency held through the Robinhood Self-Custody Wallet is not FDIC insured or SIPC protected. Availability may be subject to regulatory approval in certain jurisdictions.

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