How To Buy Safemoon On Trust Wallet 2023 (Step-By-Step Guide)

Timothy Mark
Timothy Mark - Writer & Editor
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To buy SafeMoon on Trust Wallet, you’ll need to use the Binance Smart Chain token to purchase it on PancakeSwap.

SafeMoon cannot be directly bought with any fiat currency on the Trust Wallet app, you need to swap BNB Smart Chain for SafeMoon.

You’ll need a decentralized exchange and wallets like PancakeSwap and Trust Wallet to get SafeMoon.

In this article, you’ll learn how to buy SafeMoon on Trust Wallet using PancakeSwap and BNB Smart Chain.

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How To Buy SafeMoon On Trust Wallet

It’s very easy to buy SafeMoon on Trust Wallet if you have the BNB Smart Chain token.

Buying SafeMoon isn’t straightforward on the app. Since you’re not using Fiat, you’ll have to convert BNB to Smart Chain or send Smart Chain from Binance to Trust Wallet.

Either way, here’s the step-by-step process to follow and buy SafeMoon on PancakeSwap using the BNB Smart Chain token on Trust Wallet.

Step 1: Download Trust Wallet

We’re sure you already have the Trust Wallet app installed on your device. So no need to go through the steps.

But if you haven’t, download the app from the device’s App Store and Create a new wallet.

Step 2: Get BNB Smart Chain On Trust

You can either send Smart Chain (BNB) from other crypto exchange like Binance to Trust Wallet, or buy BNB Smart Chain from Trust app. 

If you already have BNB on your Trust Wallet account, you can swap it for BNB Smart Chain. Remember, Smart Chain.

Send BNB Smart Chain To Trust Wallet

Open the Trust app and send the Smart Chain (BNB) to your Trust Wallet account. Because this is what you’ll be using for transactions to buy SafeMoon.

It’ll also be used to pay for fees when you want to make the buy transaction on PancakeSwap.

If you’ve (BNB) Smart Chain on your Binance account you can send it to your Trust Wallet account.

If you don’t have a Binance account, you can create one and buy BNB Smart Chain with your Credit/Debit Card.

Tap on the icon at the top right corner and search for BNB Smart Chain. Open the Smart Chain wallet and tap on Receive.

Then tap on Copy to copy the BNB Smart Chain address to your clipboard.

Now go to your Binance Wallets, under your Spot Wallet tap on BNB, tap Withdraw and paste the Smart Chain (BNB) address you copied from Trust Wallet.

Enter the amount you want to withdraw to the (BNB) Smart Chain Wallet, the network will automatically select itself. Then tap Withdraw.

You’ll receive the coin in your Smart Chain wallet. Now, you can buy SafeMoon on Trust Wallet.

Buy BNB Smart Chain On Trust Wallet

If you don’t want to create a Binance account, and you don’t have (BNB) Smart Chain on your Wallet. You can buy from the Trust Wallet app.

But you’ll be redirected to a third party like Mercuryo, MoonPay, Ramp, or Transak, which sells cryptocurrency, including BNB.

To buy BNB from the Trust Wallet app using your card via third-party. Tap on the icon at the top right corner and search for BNB Smart Chain.

Open the Smart Chain wallet and tap on Buy at the top right corner of the screen. Enter the amount you want to buy and tap on Next.

You’ll be redirected to any third-party site with the best rate. For BNB at $50, you’ll most likely be redirected to Mercuryo to make the purchase.

Follow the on-screen instructions and provide any information you’re asked of to complete the payment and get Smart Chain (BNB) in your wallet.

ALSO READ: How To Withdraw From Trust Wallet To Bank Account

Swap BNB To Smart Chain

If you already have BNB on your Trust Wallet account, there’s no need for you to buy or send from Binance to your wallet.

You can easily convert your BNB to Smart Chain. Open the BNB wallet, tap on the Swap icon, which has the left and right arrow. Now, tap on Swap to Smart Chain.

Enter the amount you want to Swap, or choose the percentage you want to swap from BNB to Smart Chain and tap on Swap.

Step 3: Add SafeMoon To Trust Wallet

Now, you’ll need to add SafeMoon to Trust Wallet. To do that, tap on the icon at the top right corner of your screen.

From the search bar, enter SafeMoon. You’ll different SafeMoon, choose the one with SafeMoon = SFM. Toggle it on to add it to your Trust Wallet home screen.

SafeMoon is now added to your trust wallet, you can now purchase the coin via PancakeSwap.

You can use SafeMoon contact address to add the wallet if you don’t see the search: 0x42981d0bfbAf196529376EE702F2a9Eb9092fcB5.

To add custom token if you don’t see SafeMoon from the search options. Tap the icon at the top right, tap on + at the top right to Add Custom Token.

Change the network from Ethereum to Smart Chain. Under Contract Address, paste SafeMoon’s Contract Address: 0x42981d0bfbAf196529376EE702F2a9Eb9092fcB5. Then tap on Save at the top right.

Step 4: Buy SafeMoon On Trust Wallet With PancakeSwap

Now, you can buy SafeMoon on Trust Wallet. If you’re using an iOS device, you’ll not be able to use Browser on Trust Wallet to browse DApp.

See this article to know how to connect Trust Wallet with PancakeSwap using Wallet connect.

If you’ve connected your wallet to PancakeSwap, here’s how you can buy SafeMoon. This guide will work for both Android and iOS devices.

For iPhone, open the Safari browser and go to the PancakeSwap website.

If you’re using an Android device, open Trust Wallet and tap on Browser at the navigation bar. Then you can scroll down and tap on PancakeSwap, or search for it.

Open PancakeSwap and tap on Connect if you haven’t already. Tap on Trust Wallet and connect it with the BNB Smart Chain Wallet.

After the connection, you can now exchange BNB Smart Chain for SafeMoon. Search for SafeMoon on the second field.

If you don’t see the token, you’ll need to use the contract address to search for it (there’s always no need).

You’ll see a list of SafeMoon tokens, Import the one with SafeMoon V2, the token you want to exchange BNB with. Then you’ll need to confirm Pancakeswap’s safety notice.

Then enter the amount you want to exchange. You can choose based on the percentage. You’ll also have to switch the slippage fee to 12%, this facilitates the trade.

After everything, confirm the transaction, and BNB Smart Chain will be swapped to SafeMoon. This is how you can buy SafeMoon on Trust Wallet.

If you’re using an iOS device, follow the same step. You can see how to connect your PancakeSwap with Trust Wallet using Wallet connect.

Once you purchase SafeMoon, it will appear on your Trust Wallet home page.

Note: SafeMoon takes a 10% anti-day trading transaction fee. The fee is charged upon selling the token.

SafeMoon now has a cross-chain functionality on Ethereum and Binance Smart Chain. You can now purchase SafeMoon on other exchanges too.

Conclusion

SafeMoon is a meme coin, should you invest, I don’t know. Can you buy SafeMoon? yes, you can on Trust Wallet.

If you want to buy SafeMoon on Trust Wallet, you can use PancakeSwap and BNB Smart Chain to exchange to the meme coin.

If you’re using an iPhone, you’ll not be able to use DApp on the Trust Wallet app, instead, you’ll need to use the web to connect PancakeSwap with Trust Wallet.

After the connection, you’ll be able to make purchases and SafeMoon will be on your Trust Wallet account after confirmation.

With an Android device, you can easily use the DApp on Trust Wallet, connect your account and buy SafeMoon using PancakeSwap.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you still buy Safemoon on trust wallet?

Yes, you can still buy SafeMoon on Trust Wallet using Defi exchange like PancakeSwap and BNB Smart Chain to facilitate the transaction. You’ll be able to use your iPhone or Android device to make get SafeMoon on your account.

How do I get SafeMoon in my Trust Wallet?

To get SafeMoon in Trust Wallet, you’ll need to have BNB Smart Chain to exchange with SFM. You can use PancakeSwap to exchange Smart Chain BNB for SafeMoon.

Why can I not buy SafeMoon on Trust Wallet?

You’ll not be able to buy SafeMoon with Fiat money as you would do with Bitcoin. To buy SafeMoon on Trust Wallet, you’ll need to swap one coin for the other.

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