How to find BEP-20 wallet address on Trust Wallet & Metamask

Similar to Ethereum’s ERC-20, all smart contract blockchains have a stipulated token standard that informs the creation, issuance, and deployment of native tokens. BEP-20 is the token standard used on BNB Chain (previously known as Binance Smart Chain). 

Whether you intend to receive, trade, or store any token on the BNB Chain, you will need a BEP-20 wallet address which can be obtained from wallets or platforms compatible with BNB Chain. This is where Metamask and Trust Wallet come in handy. 

Metamask and Trust Wallet are multi-chain self-custody cryptocurrency wallets, meaning they support several blockchains and their respective token standards, including ERC-20 and BEP-20 addresses. In this article, we’ll explore how you can find BEP-20 wallet addresses on both Metamask and Trust Wallet. 

How to find BEP-20 address on Metamask

If you don’t have a Metamask wallet already, then you will need to download it to create an account. Metamask is available on mobile and desktop (as a browser extension). For the purpose of this article, we’ll be using the Chrome extension to guide you. However, the steps to creating and finding BEP-20 on Metamask are the same, regardless of the version used. 

Step 1: Login into your Metamask account

Open your Metamask wallet. Afterward, sign into the account you created by entering the password. 

Step 2: Switch networks

Click on the drop-down by the top left corner to switch between different blockchain networks. Select the BNB Chain if the option is available. But if the option is not available, you will need to add the BNB Chain manually. 

Step 3: Add the BNB Chain

Click the “Add Network” and enter the following details to the relevant fields to add the BNB Chain to your Metamask wallet. 

  • Network Name – “Binance Smart Chain”
  • New RPC URL – “https://bsc-dataseed.binance.org/”
  • Chain ID – “56”
  • Symbol – “BNB”
  • Block Explorer URL – “https://bscscan.com” 

Cross-check the details you entered and click on the “Save” button. 

Step 4: Switch to BNB Chain

After adding the BNB Chain configuration details, go back to the Metamask home screen and click on the “Network Switcher” tab discussed in Step 2. Then, select BNB Chain (i.e., Binance Smart Chain). 

Step 5: Click on account details to find your BEP-20 address

Next, click on the three-dot icon by the top right corner, then select “Account details.” 

You should see your BEP-20 address and a QR code, with which you can send only BEP-20 standard tokens to your wallets. 

Some token balances may not be displayed, except if you import them. This article delves further into how to import tokens on Metamask.

How to Find BEP-20 Wallet Address on Trust Wallet

Similar to Metamask, Trust Wallet is also available on mobile (Android and iOS devices) and browsers as extensions. For those new to Trust Wallet, you will need to create an account and set up other necessary details, such as a password and seed phrase backup. 

The user interface on Trust Wallet’s extension is quite different from that of the mobile app. So, we’ll show you how to create, add BNB Chain, and find the BEP-20 address on Trust Wallet mobile and browser extension. 

How to find BEP-20 address on the Trust Wallet extension

After creating a new account, the very next step is switching to the BNB Chain.

Step 1: Select BNB Chain

Click on the top left icon that shows “Ethereum” to switch between different networks. By default, you should see the option to select BNB Chain (Binance Smart Chain). 

However, if the option is not provided, then you can continue with the next step to manually add BNB Chain. 

Step 3: Add BNB Chain

Next, click on “manage networks” and “add custom tokens.”

Step 4: Configure the BNB Chain

Next, enter the following details in the relevant fields to add the BNB Chain to your Trust Wallet. 

Network Name – “Binance Smart Chain”

New RPC URL – “https://bsc-dataseed.binance.org/”

Chain ID – “56”

Symbol – “BNB”

Block Explorer URL – “https://bscscan.com” 

Step 5: Select BNB Chain

Next, select BNB Chain (i.e., Binance Smart Chain) you just added from the Networks tab. 

Step 6: Search for BNB

After adding the BNB Chain network, the next step to finding your BEP-20 address is by searching for the BNB coin. To do this, click on the receive button. 

Next, scroll down to find the BNB coin. 

Step 7: Click on the BNB Smart Chain

You should see your BEP-20 wallet address after you click on the token. 

How to find BEP-20 address on the Trust Wallet mobile app

Step 1: Launch your app

Assuming you have created an account already, launch the Trust Wallet mobile app and click on “Add Tokens.”

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Step 2: Add BNB Smart Chain

Next, select BNB Smart Chain to add the coin to your wallet.

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Step 3: Click on BNB Smart Chain

Go back to the home screen and click on the BNB coin you just add.

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Step 4: Copy your BEP-20 address

Next, click on receive, and you should see your BEP-20 wallet address on Trust Wallet. You can then copy and fund your BEP-20 wallet using the address. 

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Disclaimer. The information provided is not trading advice. Cryptopolitan.com holds no liability for any investments made based on the information provided on this page. We strongly recommend independent research and/or consultation with a qualified professional before making any investment decisions.

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