You can find your wallet by tapping on the wallet icon which is the middle of the three icons at the bottom of the screen (1). Within the Wallet page, you will find the edit icon in the top right-hand corner of your screen. (2)
You will find a screen that will give you the option to add wallet information for three different currencies that you can withdraw your Bolts into. To enter a wallet simply click on “Add Address” or “Add Email” and you will be able to type or paste directly in that field.
In order to withdraw into Bitcoin, you will need to create an account on Coinbase. Then you will just have to put the email address associated with your account on one of those exchanges into the Wallet page of your StormX app. You can toggle between selecting Coinbase by clicking on the name of the exchange before entering your email address.
In order to withdraw into Ethereum you will need to create an account on Coinbase. Then you will just have to put the email address associated with your account into the wallet page of your StormX app.
StormX (STMX) token can be held in any ERC-20 compatible wallet and there are a multitude of different services that exist to help you accomplish this. A couple that we recommend are Jaxx and Trust Wallet, but again, any ERC-20 wallet will work just as well. You will need to put your wallet address (which will be a long string of letters and numbers beginning with 0x) into the wallet page of your Storm Play app.
Jaxx has created an entire FAQ page with the steps for not only how to create a wallet for your StormX (STMX) tokens but also how to enter that wallet information into your StormX Account, which is helpful information no matter which wallet provider you end up using.
We have created a step-by-step video of how to quickly and easily create a wallet for StormX (STMX) token on Trust Wallet.
You can also manually create a wallet for StormX (STMX) token within the Trust Wallet app by selecting the “+” symbol in the top right corner of the wallet page then selecting the “+” button on the Tokens page.
After that, you can search for “Storm” in the search bar at the top. Click on the Storm Token option and you will have manually created a Storm address within the Trust Wallet.
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