Click the Wallet symbol on the left navigation bar.
Then select the asset you want to deposit to your Multi Wallet in the My Assets selection. You can search for the asset by typing in its ticker symbol or searching for its name (i.e. BTC, Bitcoin).
To deposit into your Multi wallet, you will need to make a withdrawal/transfer from another wallet.
Using BTC as an example. To get the BTC deposit address, either copy manually or click on the two red squares to copy the deposit address.
Paste the deposit address to the wallet/exchange you’re sending funds from. Make sure you only send BTC to a BTC address etc.
When depositing some specific tokens, you may need to not only input the correct deposit address but also fill in the ”Memo” section which might be required for your deposit to be credited.
Please make sure that both ”Memo” (if needed) and “Deposit Address” are accurate and correctly filled for your deposit to Multi be successful.
To confirm that you are fully aware of the necessity for a ”Memo” field and accurate deposit address, please tick the box for “I understand that deposits without a MEMO will be lost” and click “Continue”.
For the event of a mandatory “Memo” field, we will use EOS as an example. In order to get your EOS deposit address and Memo you can click on both “Copy Memo” and “Copy Address” buttons (two red squares), and paste them to the corresponding platforms or wallet’s Memo and address section you intend to withdraw from.
After you have successfully deposited your funds to Multi, you can go back to the Multi home page, click on Wallet and scroll down to Deposits to see the details and status of your recent deposit. The deposit will be shown as “confirmed” after a certain number of block confirmations on the corresponding blockchain and show the corresponding TX ID in the “Information” column. . Note: The mentioned number of block confirmations and speed depends on the asset and corresponding blockchain.
You can also manually check the status and more details of any specific deposit transaction by entering the transaction hash TX ID into a corresponding block explorer.