In order to transfer Bitcoin from Coinbase to a hard wallet, the user must first generate a receiving address within their hard wallet. To do this, the user must open their hard wallet and select the “Receive” tab. Within the “Receive” tab, the user will be able to select how they would like to generate their receiving address.
The most common method is by using a QR code. Once the user has generated their receiving address, they can return to Coinbase.
Within Coinbase, the user will select the “Accounts” tab and then select the “Send/Receive” option. The user will then enter in their receiving address that they generated from their hard wallet into the “Recipient” field.
The user will then enter the amount of Bitcoin that they would like to transfer into the “Amount” field. Once all of the required fields have been filled out, the user can click on the “Send funds” button.
Once the transaction has been completed, it can take up to an hour for the Bitcoin to appear in the hard wallet. The user can check the status of their transaction by clicking on the “Transactions” tab within Coinbase.