Do you trust your wallet? Do you trust that it’s working as it should be and that the funds inside are safe? Or is there even anything inside it yet?
Today we’re going to look at one very popular Ethereum wallet called Trust. A lot of people use this particular wallet because its developers came up with a great idea: provide support for both Ethereum and Ethereum Classic. It’s also one of the most user-friendly wallets on the market, which is why we’re going to take a look at how to fix Trust Wallet not showing balance.
Trust wallet not showing balance is a problem that can occur due to a number of reasons. For example, if you just installed the app and created a new wallet, it’s going to take some time for the blockchain to be downloaded and for your balance to show up. Another reason might be that your internet connection is unstable or slow, in which case you should try clearing the app cache or data.
In this article, we’re going to show you how to fix the most common problems with Trust Wallet not showing balance.
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Clearing App Cache and Data
If your internet connection is unstable or slow, one way to try and fix the problem is by clearing the app cache or data. This can be done by following these steps:
1. Tap the three-dot menu at the top right corner of your screen and go to “Settings”.
2. Scroll down until you find “Clear Cache” or “Clear Data”, depending on your phone’s software version – if you can’t find those options, try trying again as a different user.
3. Tap on “Clear Cache” or “Clear Data”, then restart your device. After that, try opening Trust Wallet again and checking whether the problem is fixed.
If you’re using Android 6.0 Marshmallow or newer, you might have to follow a different set of steps: go to System Settings -> Apps -> Trust Wallet -> Storage -> Clear Data.
Updating Trust Wallet
The developers of Trust Wallet are constantly working to improve the app and fix any problems that might occur. If you’re having trouble with Trust Wallet not showing balance, your first step should be to check whether there’s a new update available. You can do this by following these steps:
1. Open the Google Play Store app and tap the three-dot menu at the top left corner of your screen.
2. Tap “My apps & games” and then “Update all”.
3. Wait for the updates to install, then restart your device. After that, try opening Trust Wallet again and checking whether the problem is fixed.
Uninstalling and Reinstalling Trust Wallet
If the problems continue even after trying to fix them by updating, you might want to try uninstalling Trust Wallet from your device. After that, download it again from the Google Play Store or another trusted source. You can follow these steps if you need help:
1. Open Settings -> Apps -> Trust Wallet -> Uninstall.
2. Tap “OK” to confirm.
3. Download and install Trust Wallet again from the Google Play Store or another trusted source.
4. Open the app and create a new wallet.
5. Wait for the blockchain to be downloaded, then check your balance.
Try a Different Browser
If you’re using a laptop or desktop computer, you might want to try using a different browser. For example, if you’re using Chrome and Trust Wallet isn’t showing balance, try using Firefox or Safari. You can also try restarting your computer.
Usability Is Limited By The Developer’s Knowledge And Skills
If you’ve tried every solution listed above and the problem remains, you might want to consider contacting Trust Wallet’s developers. Or at the very least, leave them a message detailing your problem on Twitter or Telegram. Here are some official channels for Trust Wallet:
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FAQs About Trust Wallet Not Showing Balance
Q. Why is my Trust Wallet balance less than zero?
A. Negative Trust Wallet balance can be caused by a number of reasons, for example, if your wallet wasn’t synced yet or you have just moved coins from another wallet to Trust Wallet. You can fix that issue simply by waiting for the blockchain to finish downloading and syncing, then check your balance again.
Q. Is it possible to check my balance without syncing the blockchain?
A. Unfortunately, no. You can’t check your Trust Wallet balance without access to the entire blockchain, and that’s only possible after your wallet is synced up to date with all transactions made throughout its lifetime.
Sometimes unsyncing the blockchain is necessary, for example, if you’ve moved coins from another wallet to Trust Wallet and the app shows an incorrect balance. That problem can be fixed by unsyncing, rebroadcasting all transactions for your new wallet address and syncing again.
Q. Is it possible to check my balance without using Trust Wallet?
A. Yes, there are several ways to check your wallet address balance. For example, you can use a block explorer such as etherscan.io [ https://etherscan.io ].
Another way would be taking your public key and entering it into MyEtherWallet (or any other similar website) and checking the balance that way:
Q. How do I know my wallet address?
A. Your wallet address is made up of several numbers and letters, sometimes with “0” or “O” instead of the number “0”. It’s always 34 characters long regardless of where you got it from, so feel free to share it with anyone who needs to send you funds directly.
You can also find your wallet address by tapping on “Copy Address” in the Trust Wallet app.
Q. Why did my Trust Wallet balance go up or down?
A. The balance in your Trust Wallet can go up or down for a number of reasons, such as if you’ve just sent or received a transaction. You can check the latest transactions on the blockchain by using a block explorer.
If you don’t have an idea of what might’ve caused the change, please contact us for support.
Q. Why did Trust Wallet show a different balance on my phone and laptop?
A. One possible reason for this is if you’re using a browser extension that is interfering with the display of your Trust Wallet balance. Try disabling any browser extensions and seeing if that fixes the problem.
Another possibility is that your phone’s battery might be low, which can also cause Trust Wallet to show a different balance. Try charging your phone for a while and checking the balance again. If the problem persists, please contact us for support.
If you’re having trouble seeing your Trust Wallet balance, try restarting your computer or using a different browser. If that doesn’t work, you might want to contact the developers for help. Trust Wallet is a great wallet but its usability is limited by the developer’s knowledge and skills.