Binance Chain Wallet for Desktop

Using Binance Chain Wallet

Once you have a Binance account you need a Binance Chain Wallet to move cryptocurrency onto the smart chain. Click "wallet" when you follow the link:

1) Set up your wallet. Once it is running on your browser or phone, open the wallet in your browser.

Most users of can withdraw tokens directly from Binance into their wallet using "BEP20".

US residents need to withdraw to "BEP2." Use the Trust Wallet app or Binance Chain Wallet Chrome extension, as the Binance Bridge is not available to US residents. You must go from Binance, to Binance Chain Network, to Binance Smart Chain Network in that order. The fees for transferring this way are only a few hundredths of a BNB.

Copy your BSC wallet address.

Get Wallet Address

2) Withdraw coins from to the BEP20 chain, or Binance.US to the BEP2 chain.

You need BNB to pay transaction fees on Binance Smart Chain. You will have to fund your wallet with a BNB withdraw first. Each transaction costs $2 at most. Then withdraw the tokens you want to use for DeFi after getting BNB.

Click into your Wallet and copy the address for the withdraw from Binance. The Copy icon is the first button to the right of the address, it looks like two sheets of paper on top of each other.

Go to Binance.US or and initiate a BEP2/BEP20 withdraw. Paste your wallet address into the "Recipient address." Currently supported tokens on the Binance smart chain are: BTC, ETH, BNB, USDT, BUSD, ADA, BCH, LTC, ADA, DOT, XRP, USDC, DAI, & LINK

Withdraw from Binance

You may need to carry out the following steps to process your withdrawl: add your new wallet address to the whitelist, approve via 2FA, and approve via email

3) USA Only: Send coins to yourself cross chain from Binance Chain to Binance Smart Chain.

  1. Once your Binance Chain wallet has been funded, you can move it to the Binance Smart Chain. Using the network selector:
  2. Change to Binance Smart Chain with Chain Selector
  3. USA Instructions: Click into your "Binance Smart Chain Network" and copy the address with the copy button.
  4. Make sure the network selector at the top center is set to "Binance Chain Network"

    Change to Binance Chain with Chain Selector
  5. Click back to "Binance Chain Network" into your "smart wallet" and use "send" to move the tokens. Paste your smart chain address into the regular chain. This will send the coins to the right chain.
  6. Once the transactions have processed you can start using Binance Smart Chain for DeFi! Be sure to switch over to the Binance Smart Chain

We recommend sticking with Pancakeswap, Autofarm, and Venus until you've gotten to know the ecosystem better. Be safe, have fun!

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