How to Send BNB to Metamask When Your Exchange Won’t Let You!

This is part of a video series show you how to get BNB into metamask so you can engage with all the new BNB opportunities popping up. See below for more (Click Show More)…

If you missed Step 1 on how to set up metamask on the binance smart chain so you can receive and use BNB, see:

If you missed Step 2 on how and where to get BNB in the first place, see:

And now, STEP 2-b…

If You Have BNB in an Exchange (like or or wherever)… But It Won’t Let You Send Your BNB Directly to Metamask… Follow These Steps Below!

If you have BNB in or, (or any other exchange OTHER THAN here’s what you’ll need to do…

You must add the Binance Chain Wallet Extension on Chrome before you can “send” your BNB out of that exchange. (We know!)

Go here:

If that link above doesn’t work, go to Google Chrome Web Store and type in “Binance Chain Wallet”

Add Binance Chain Wallet onto your extension in Chrome. Click the “puzzle” in white to be sure you PIN it to the top of your browser.

Launch Binance Chain Wallet
Click “I do not own a wallet”
Setup password/Seed phrase..

Click RECEIVE BNB from

IMPORTANT… We want the Binance Chain Network (withdraw BNB)
– NOT Binance Smart Chain Network

In your Binance Chain Wallet (extension) Copy your crypto address..

Then go to or or whatever exchange you’ve got your BNB in.. and click “wallet” then WITHDRAW .. then select BNB

Then PASTE your address in the area where it shows “Select Withdrawal Network: BEP2“

Be sure you’re pasting your crypto address into the BEP2 area. Select the amount you wish to send, then SUBMIT!

(Continue to Step 2-C)
Will post that video in a moment


* Peak Defi is one opportunity that you can take advantage of if you have BNB. Once you have BNB on metamask, take a look at the Peak Defi staking opportunity here:

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