A Bitcoin wallet address is similar to a bank account number. It’s a unique 26-35 digit combination of letters and numbers and it looks something like this: 1ExAmpLe0FaBiTco1NADr3sSV5tsGaMF6hd
You can share your Bitcoin wallet address with others. With this, they will be able to send you Bitcoin.
Your Bitcoin wallet address can also be represented as a QR code. If somebody wishes to send your Bitcoin, they can scan the code using their Bitcoin wallet and send Bitcoin to your wallet:
When you sign up with Luno, you'll be assigned your own unique Bitcoin wallet address. Any Bitcoin sent to this address will be added to your Luno account.
You may want to keep your personal and business transactions separate, so we also allow you to add unique addresses to your account.
The receive Bitcoin screen
Navigate to the receive Bitcoin page:
HOME > MORE > RECEIVE BITCOIN
The receive screen looks like this: