Arbitrum address example

Nikita Verkhovin

Arbitrum (ARB) exclusively accepts a single type of original address. An Arbitrum address is a 42-character hexadecimal address derived from the final 20 bytes of the public key associated with an account. The address is formed by adding the prefix "0x" at the beginning. An Arbitrum address containing capital letters signifies the use of a checksum (EIP55). Also, you may have a preference for the checksummed address version, although both versions will be adequate.

Examples of Arbitrum addresses:

  • 0xf8be0b49b86153f3d5f9b6362cee8f1a0c
  • 0xF8be0b49b86153f3d5f9B6362CEE8F1A0c2a2153 (checksum)

To obtain ARB or Arbitrum tokens, simply share your Arbitrum address. Prior to finalizing the transaction, it is advisable to verify all letters and numbers in the address.