Polkadot-JS UI: How Can I Find (and Copy) my Address? Print
Modified on: Mon, 30 Oct, 2023 at 5:04 PM
Polkadot-JS UI is a web wallet meant for power users and developers. For everyday use, there are several user-friendly wallets funded by the Polkadot Treasury that support a plethora of features and platforms. Discover them on Polkadot's homepage.
The Accounts page lists all your Polkadot accounts, whether they were added directly on Polkadot-JS UI or through compatible browser extensions.
In this article we demonstrate two ways to copy your address from there.
How to copy your account's address from Polkadot-JS UI
There are two ways to copy your address:
1. You can see your address by clicking on your account name. This will open a pop-up on the right, showing your DOT address, account name, balance, and other information. You can copy the address from there:
2. You can copy your address quicker by clicking on your account icon. Every account has its own icon, also called an identicon:
Hover over this icon, and you'll see a green plus next to your cursor. To copy your address, just click on the identicon. A checkmark will appear in the top right corner to indicate that the address was copied:
Once copied, you can paste your account address into a text file, a block explorer, or anywhere else you want to view it.
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