In this guide, you’ll learn how to connect Uniswap to Trust Wallet on a mobile browser like Safari or Chrome.
How to connect Uniswap to Trust Wallet
To connect Uniswap to Trust Wallet, open Uniswap on a mobile browser and tap on “Connect Wallet”.
Then, you can use WalletConnect to connect to Trust Wallet.
After you’ve connected Uniswap to Trust Wallet, you’ll be able to swap Ethereum for another token.
However, you need to have some Ethereum on Trust Wallet first.
If you don’t, you can buy it from Binance and withdraw it to your Ethereum wallet on Trust Wallet.
Since the removal of the DApp browser on Trust Wallet in June 2021, you won’t be able to use Uniswap on Trust Wallet.
Hence, you need to use Uniswap on a browser instead.
If you’re using a mobile device, you can visit Uniswap on Safari or Chrome.
On the Uniswap exchange, you can connect to Trust Wallet by using WalletConnect.
Here’s how to connect Uniswap to Trust Wallet:
1. Open Uniswap & connect to “WalletConnect”
The first step is to open Uniswap and connect to “WalletConnect”.
Firstly, open a mobile browser like Safari or Chrome.
In this guide, we’ll use the Safari browser.
If you’re using an Android device, you can open Chrome instead.
Once you’re on a mobile browser, go to the Uniswap website.
On the swapping page, you’ll see a “Connect Wallet” button.
Tap on the “Connect Wallet” button.
You can also tap on the “Connect to a wallet” button at the bottom of the page.
After you’ve tapped on “Connect Wallet” or “Connect to a wallet”, a navigation drawer will open.
On the navigation drawer, you’ll be able to connect to three different wallets.
The wallets include “WalletConnect”, “Open in Coinbase Wallet”, and “Fortmatic”.
You might have noticed that there isn’t a “Trust Wallet” option.
Hence, you need to use WalletConnect to connect Uniswap to Trust Wallet.
Tap on “WalletConnect” to open WalletConnect.
2. Connect to “Trust”
After you’ve tapped on “WalletConnect”, a pop-up will open.
On the pop-up, you’ll see a list of wallets that you can choose from.
This includes “Rainbow”, “Trust”, “Argent”, and others.
Tap on “Trust” to connect to Trust Wallet.
If you’re using Uniswap on a desktop browser, a QR code will appear.
You need to scan the QR code using the QR code scanner on Trust Wallet.
You can find it by navigating to Trust Wallet > Settings > WalletConnect.
After you’ve scanned the QR Code, tap on “Connect” to connect Trust Wallet to Uniswap.
After you’ve tapped on “Trust”, a pop-up message will open.
Here’s the pop-up message, “Open in “Trust”?”.
The pop-up message prompts you to open the page on Trust Wallet.
Tap on “Open” to open the page on Trust Wallet.
3. Connect Trust Wallet to Uniswap
After you’ve tapped on “Open”, Trust Wallet will open.
On Trust Wallet, you’ll be prompted to connect to the Uniswap Interface.
Tap on “Connect” to connect to the Uniswap interface.
If you don’t see the “Connect” button, it means that you’re experiencing a loading issue.
Force closing the Trust Wallet app will fix most loading issues.
After you’ve tapped on “Connect”, go back to Uniswap on your mobile browser.
If the connection is successful, you’ll see your Trust Wallet address at the bottom of the page.
In other words, the “Connect to a wallet” button needs to be replaced with your Trust Wallet address.
If the connection is not successful, you’ll still see the “Connect to a wallet” button. Now that you’ve connected Trust Wallet to Uniswap, you’ll be able to swap tokens!
Keep in mind that you need to have a sufficient Ethereum balance to swap for another token.
If you don’t have Ethereum, you need to buy it from a cryptocurrency exchange like Binance and transfer it to Trust Wallet first.