How To Send BNB From Binance To Trust Wallet

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I’m going to show you how to transfer BNB from Binance over to Trust Wallet, so you can either store it in Trust Wallet or go ahead and use it to purchase a cryptocurrency in PancakeSwap.

So you’re going to want to open Trust Wallet, and you’re going to want to go to BNB.

Then you’re going to want to click on this “Receive” button, and then this page will pop up.

You want to click “Copy” in the bottom left-hand corner, which will copy your address.

Then you want to open Binance.

Now, if you don’t already have an account with the Binance exchange, you need to set one of those up.

If your page doesn’t look like this:

You’re going to want to get to this page by going into the bottom left-hand corner and clicking on these three bars.

Then you want to click on your person in the top left-hand corner.

You want to change over to Binance Lite.

Then go back and then to your wallet in the bottom right-hand corner.

You should see a screen like this.

You want to scroll down and find BNB. Click on “BNB” and click “Withdraw”.

This is assuming that you already have some BNB in your Binance account. If you don’t already, you’ll need to deposit some fiat currency and transfer that to BNB. Refer to my other blogs to see how to do that if you are unsure.

So once you click “Withdraw”, this page will load up here, and it’ll ask you to paste in your address. That is the address we’ve taken from our Trust Wallet, and we can paste that straight in.

Then you want to type in the amount you wish to transfer, and it’ll ask you if you’re going to fill in a memo or that you should fill in a memo.

Trust Wallet doesn’t have a memo right now, so you don’t need to fill that in. So you click “Confirm” and say, “I’m aware that I’ve not filled out a memo”. But, of course, that is correct when writing this post.

Then this page will click up, and you can click “Confirm” once you’re happy with all the details.

You’ll see there’s a small transaction fee there. You’ll have the verification that you’ll need to send.

And once you’ve confirmed your verification, it’ll say “Withdrawal request submitted.”

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