Here's a step-by-step guide on how to move BNB to a Trust Wallet:
Step 1: Install Trust Wallet
Firstly, you need to install the Trust Wallet app on your mobile device. Trust Wallet is available for both iOS and Android devices and can be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play Store.
Step 2: Create a new wallet or import an existing one
Once you've installed Trust Wallet, you can create a new wallet or import an existing one. To create a new wallet, simply follow the on-screen instructions and write down your recovery phrase somewhere safe. If you're importing an existing wallet, you'll need to enter the private key or seed phrase associated with that wallet.
Step 3: Add Binance Smart Chain (BSC) to Trust Wallet
Next, you need to add the Binance Smart Chain (BSC) to Trust Wallet. To do this, open Trust Wallet and tap on the "Settings" icon in the bottom right corner. From there, select "Networks" and then tap on the "+" icon to add a new network. Enter the following details:
Network Name: Binance Smart Chain
New RPC URL:
Chain ID: 56
Block Explorer URL:
Once you've entered these details, tap on "Save" to add BSC to Trust Wallet.
Step 4: Transfer BNB to Trust Wallet
Now it's time to transfer your BNB to Trust Wallet. To do this, you'll need to obtain your Trust Wallet BSC address. To find your address, open Trust Wallet and select the BSC network you just added. Next, tap on the "Receive" icon and copy your BSC address.
Once you have your BSC address, go to your Binance account and navigate to the "Withdraw" section. Select BNB as the asset you want to withdraw and paste your Trust Wallet BSC address in the "Recipient's BSC Address" field. Enter the amount of BNB you want to transfer and confirm the transaction.
Step 5: Wait for the transaction to complete
It may take a few minutes for the BNB transfer to complete, depending on network congestion. Once the transaction is complete, you should see your BNB balance in Trust Wallet.
Congratulations, you've successfully moved BNB to Trust Wallet! Remember to keep your recovery phrase safe and never share it with anyone.
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