To transfer ONE from Trust Wallet to MetaMask, select ONE in MetaMask.
Then, copy the deposit address.
Launch the Trust Wallet and select ONE.
Paste your MetaMask wallet address and enter the amount of ONE.
Lastly, tap Confirm.
Steps to Transfer ONE from Trust Wallet to MetaMask
- Install MetaMask Application
- Copy ONE Address on MetaMask
- Paste the ONE Address and Enter the Amount
- Tap on Confirm
- Check MetaMask
1. Install MetaMask Application
If you have already installed MetaMask Application, you can skip this step.
Since Trust Wallet is only available as an application, it would be convenient to use the MetaMask Application.
However, the process is the same for the MetaMask extension.
You can download the MetaMask application here.
After the download, you can import your current MetaMask account using the Secret Recovery Phrase.
In case you don’t have an account in MetaMask, you can refer to this step-by-step guide.
2. Copy ONE Address on MetaMask
Once you have installed the MetaMask application, open it.
You need to be in the Harmony Mainnet to view ONE.
If you haven’t added Harmony Network to MetaMask, You have to add it first.
Switch to ONE Network in MetaMask.
Tap on Receive.
3. Paste the ONE Address and Enter the Amount
Launch the Trust Wallet application.
Navigate to ONE and tap on it.
Then, tap on Send.
Now, paste the address that you have copied in Step 2.
Next, enter the amount that you want to send.
You can use the MAX button if you want to send all the ONE.
Lastly, tap Continue.
4. Tap on Confirm
After tapping Confirm, you will be on the Transfer page.
Review the transfer details and fee.
Then, tap Confirm.
The transfer fee of ONE from Trust Wallet to MetaMask is 0.00042 ONE.
5. Check MetaMask
Now, head back to your MetaMask wallet.
There you can the ONE balance.
If you tap on it, you will be able to see the recent transfers.
Sending ONE from Trust Wallet to MetaMask is an easy task.
The time taken to send Harmony (ONE) from Trust Wallet to MetaMask is usually 5 – 15 minutes. It depends on the network congestions.