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How to add a cryptocurrency address with Twitter Tips

Want to accept Bitcoin and Ethereum tips on Twitter? Here’s how to add a cryptocurrency address.

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Twitter’s Tips feature allows you to add third-party payment links to your account to collect money from followers. You can even add a cryptocurrency address to Twitter Tips.

Tips are only available in the mobile app, which shouldn’t surprise oft-neglected web users. If you’re solely a desktop user, you’ll need to add your payment link the old-fashioned way and paste it into your profile.

You can start accepting cryptocurrency Tips on Twitter immediately if you’ve got a mobile device and a crypto address ready to share.

Let’s discuss how you can add a crypto address to your Twitter profile and make money—or not—on social media.

Add a cryptocurrency address to Twitter Tips

Here’s how you can use Tips to add a cryptocurrency address to your Twitter profile:

Launch the Twitter app and tap your Profile icontwitter mobile profile picture
Select Profiletwitter mobile profile menu button
Tap Edit profiletwitter-mobile-profile-edit-profile-button
Swipe to the bottom and select Tips twitter mobile tips menu
Toggle Allow tips on, then swipe down and choose the cryptocurrency you want to use twitter toggle tips on
Copy and paste your crypto address and tap Save add bitcoin address to twitter tips

When you set up Tips for the first time, Twitter prompts you to Tweet about it.

With your cryptocurrency address proudly displayed on your profile, now’s the perfect time to start begging your Twitter followers for loose change like some tech-savvy internet hobo.

Will Twitter add more crypto options to Tips?

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As the number of cryptocurrencies seems determined to surpass podcasts—everyone has one—Twitter may add more choices to the Tips list.

While Bitcoin and Ethereum appear to be fan favorites, a baffling number of other options exist. That leaves a lot of potential for new additions.

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Matt is an Australian writer with a degree in creative and critical writing. Prior to commencing his studies, he worked in tech support and gained valuable insights into technology and its users. He is also an editor and author coach at Dean Publishing.

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