Where to Get BNB (Step 2)


If you want to use BNB to take advantages of all the opportunities in cryptocurrency that use the binance smart chain, this video discusses where you can go to get it. More notes found below (click Show More)

This is part of a video series that walks you through all the steps to get BNB onto metamask so you can engage with opportunities that require BNB.

If you missed Step 1 video, which shows you how set-up your metamask wallet to be able to receive BNB using the binance smart chain network (different from using ETH on the Ethereum network), watch that video here first: https://youtu.be/2siO2TVdB-k

ADDITIONAL NOTES ROBYN REFERS TO IN VIDEO:

You’ll need to get BNB coin from one of the supported exchanges. (Binance.com/Binance.us/Crypto.com)

Some of you using a VPN or outside of the U.S. may use Binance.com successfully to purchase BNB. If you’re using Binance.com you will skip directly to Step 3.

Those of you inside the U.S. or using Binance.us or using any other “wallet” like crypto.com where you’ll be sending your BNB out of, you’ll want to pay close attention to the next steps, where we’ll setup a Binance Smart Bridge Wallet to transfer your BNB into Metamask.

NOTE: If you’re NOT using Binance.us but using another crypto wallet exchange other than Binance.com please these next steps that follow…

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If You’re Sending BNB From Binance.US or Crypto.com – Follow These Next Steps on this video here (to be loaded soon)

How to Send BNB from Binance.COM, see: (to be loaded son)

* 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: https://thirdrocket.com/peak-mk/

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