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How does Finder Wallet work?

Finder Wallet powers crypto trading in the Finder app.

What is Finder Wallet?

Your Finder Wallet is a simple-to-use digital wallet that allows you to trade and store a range of leading cryptocurrencies in the Finder app.

Finder Wallet Pty Ltd is an AUSTRAC registered Digital Currency Exchange.

How does Finder Wallet work?

With Finder Wallet, you can buy and sell 13 cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin and Ethereum directly in the Finder app, with no trading fees.

Your Finder Wallet can be accessed via the "Wallet" tab in your Finder app.

Which cryptocurrencies can I trade on Finder Wallet?

  • Bitcoin
  • Ethereum
  • Binance Coin
  • Solana
  • XRP
  • Cardano
  • Dogecoin
  • Shiba Inu
  • Polkadot
  • Chainlink
  • Polygon
  • Stellar
  • Fantom

How do I set up my Finder Wallet?

You can set up your Finder Wallet directly from the app, just make sure you have your personal ID info handy:

  1. Head to the "Wallet" tab.
  2. Tap "Set up your wallet".
  3. Tap "Continue".
  4. Choose which ID you'd like to use. Enter the required information.
  5. Confirm the information is correct and agree to the terms and conditions.
  6. Tap "Looks good, verify my identity".
  7. Your identity should then be confirmed and your Finder Wallet will be ready to go.
  8. If your identity fails to be verified you may need to provide another form of ID. If you're still having issues, please reach out to us.

How do I add funds to my Finder Wallet?

Once you've verified your identity and set up your wallet, you can then add funds to your account by following these steps:

  1. Head to the "Wallet" tab.
  2. Tap "Cash balance" and then tap "Add cash".
  3. Choose which payment method you'd like to use and submit the payment. You can deposit funds via PayID or bank transfer.
  4. Once you've done so, tap "I've done this".
  5. Once your deposit has been confirmed, your funds should appear under your "Cash balance".
  6. Deposits made using PayID should appear in your Wallet immediately, but you may have to wait 1 business day for your first deposit to clear. If you deposited funds using bank transfer, you may need to wait up to 3 days for the funds to appear.

You can only use the funds deposited into your Finder Wallet account to purchase cryptocurrency through the in-app crypto exchange or withdraw it to a bank account in your own name.

For more information on using the Finder app, please check out our support page.

Finder Wallet is not a bank. Terms and conditions apply. Crypto trading products are made available in the Finder App, powered by Finder Wallet Pty Ltd, an AUSTRAC registered Digital Currency Exchange (DCE). Trading and holding cryptocurrency has a high level of risk. Cryptocurrency is a volatile asset class. You can incur losses. You should only trade cryptocurrency or related products if you fully understand, and agree to, the risks. We suggest you seek independent financial advice prior to accessing our services.
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Tom Stelzer is a publisher and writer for Finder, covering investing and cryptocurrency. He previously worked for Finder as a writer in Australia and the UK, covering things like personal finance, loans, investing, insurance as well as small business and business loans. He has a Master of Media Arts and Production and Bachelor of Communications in Journalism from the University of Technology Sydney. See full bio

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