If you are using a network other than Ethereum Mainnet, please ensure you have the corresponding token needed for gas fees.
- Click the wallet actions button in the middle of the tab bar. From here, tap the ‘Send’ button.
- Now you’ll need to input the address you want to send to. Either paste in the address from your clipboard (i.e. another app) or select one from your address book.
- Now you’ll be taken to a screen where you can input the amount you want to send. You can also change the token type if needed by tapping its name in the blue box directly above the amount.
- When you tap ‘Next’, you will see the confirmation screen. Here you will see the details of your transaction, including the gas fee you’re going to pay.
- You can also edit your gas settings for the transaction by tapping the highlighted quantity of ETH in the ‘Estimated gas fee’ box.
- Tap ‘Send’ to confirm the transaction and finish the process.
- The number of tokens and your transaction fees (gas, paid in ETH or the native token of the network) will not be deducted immediately. The transaction status is pending, which means the transaction has been submitted to the blockchain network and is awaiting confirmation.
- When the transaction is successful, you will see the updated amount of the token and ETH balances, as well as the status of the transaction updated to “Confirmed”.
- If you click on the transaction under the Activity tab on GPEX Wallet, you can review the transaction’s status and information, and you can view the transaction record on the network’s block explorer, such as Etherscan.
- Sometimes, your transaction may take longer to confirm. When that happens, you’ll have the option to Speed Up the transaction by re-submitting the (first pending) transaction with a higher gas price, or Cancel the transaction before it gets confirmed. Learn more about speeding up or canceling a transaction.
- Please see how to deposit (receive) tokens to your GPEX Clip if you want to receive tokens.
- This process is exactly the same for ETH as it is for other ERC-20 tokens, but always make sure that, when sending ERC-20 tokens, the receiving wallet supports the tokens you are sending.