Step 1: First, visit the Trust Wallet website and click on the link that matches the operating system you are using.
Step 2: Install the right app for your particular device. After opening Trust Wallet, keep clicking Create a new wallet.
Step 3: You should now see a fallback phrase. This phrase acts as a recovery password in case you lose access to your mobile device or wallet so back it up.
Step 4: Then click tiếp tục, you will be asked to repeat your phrases in the correct order. This step is to ensure that you have copied or written down your fallback phrase. Once you’ve entered, click tiếp tục.
Step 5: Wallet has been created successfully and you will see your wallet overview at Wallet.
If you use an iOS device, you must authorize the Trust Wallet browser before you can use it. However, the browser is available for Android and Google users.
Step 1: Just go to https://link.Trust Wallet.com/browser_enable in your mobile Safari browser and click Open.
Step 2: You should now see the icon Browser (browser) at the bottom of the Trust Wallet app.
Deposit BNB to Trust Wallet
To use DApps on Binance Smart Chain (BSC), you will need some Binance Coin (BNB) to pay your transaction fees. Every time you send tokens with BSC or interact with smart contracts, you will have to pay gas fees.
Step 1: To use BNB Bep20 tokens to pay gas fees, your tokens must be sent using the Bep20 transfer network. If you are withdrawing from Binance, make sure to select the correct Bep20 network (BSC) on the withdrawal page.
Step 2: To deposit BNB Bep20, open the tab Wallet above Trust Wallet and click Smart Chain.
Step 3: Click the button Receive to find your deposit address. Then copy and paste this address into your withdrawal wallet or scan the QR code.
After installing Trust Wallet, your default list of tokens and cryptocurrencies shows very little. For example, you want to add CAKE to your list of cryptocurrencies in Trust Wallet. Follow the instructions below:
Step 1: Open Wallet and click the icon in the top right corner.
Step 2: Search for the token you want to add to your list and click the toggle, so that it turns green. In this example, we are adding CAKE (BEP-20) – PancakeSwap token on Binance Smart Chain to the wallet.
Step 3: That’s it, now you will see your CAKE in your Wallet and balance if any.
There are several ways you can connect your wallet to PancakeSwap and the DApp is different. You can connect through the browser Trust Wallet on mobile or on desktop. Both offer the same functionality, so the choice is up to your preference.
1. Connect from Trust Wallet browser on mobile phone.
Step 1: If you are using a browser DApp of the Trust Wallet, go to the PancakeSwap website and tap the . button Connect in the top right corner.
Step 2: Choose Trust Wallet to connect your wallet to PancakeSwap.
Step 3: If you have successfully connected, you will see your wallet ID in the top right corner.
2. Connect from Trust Wallet browser on computer
Step 1: Visit the website PancakeSwap on the desktop and click Connect in the top right corner.
Step 2: Click WalletConnect to start the connection process. Currently, the button Trust Wallet only works when using browser Trust Wallet.
Step 3: A QR code will appear, which can be scanned using the app Trust Wallet. Go Settings on the apps tab and click WalletConnect. Scan the QR code displayed on PancakeSwap and click Connect in Trust Wallet.
Step 4: If you have successfully connected, PancakeSwap will display the header of your wallet ID in the top right corner.
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