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How to Buy Alaska Inu (LAS)

To buy Alaska Inu (LAS), you need to download Trust Wallet and use PancakeSwap.

On PancakeSwap, you’ll be able to swap BNB for Alaska Inu (LAS).

You can either buy BNB from Trust Wallet or Binance.

However, buying BNB from Binance is highly recommended is as it has much lower fees.

Once you’ve bought BNB from Binance, you need to withdraw it to your BSC (Binance Smart Chain) wallet on Trust Wallet.

Alaska Inu (LAS) is a decentralized community experiment.

It’s a spin-off from Dogecoin, a cryptocurrency that surged in price after Elon Musk’s tweets.

If you want to know more about Alaska Inu, you can visit their website at: https://alaskatoken.io/.

Here’s how you can buy Alaska Inu:

  1. Download Trust Wallet
  2. Copy your Smart Chain address
  3. Buy BNB on Binance
  4. Withdraw BNB to Trust Wallet
  5. Copy Alaska Inu’s address
  6. Add Alaska Inu on Trust Wallet
  7. Enable the DApp browser on Trust Wallet
  8. Go to PancakeSwap & connect to Trust Wallet
  9. Swap BNB for Alaska Inu

1. Download Trust Wallet

Firstly, you need to download Trust Wallet.

Trust Wallet allows you to use DApps like PancakeSwap.

If you were to use PancakeSwap on a browser, you might encounter an issue with connecting Trust Wallet.

Hence, you need to use PancakeSwap on the DApp browser on Trust Wallet.

To download Trust Wallet, search for “Trust Wallet” on the App Store or Google Play Store.

Then, tap on “Install” on the first search result.

Once you’ve installed Trust Wallet, create a wallet if you haven’t already.

In the wallet creation process, you’ll be given a recovery phrase.

Save the recovery phrase somewhere safe and verify it to create a wallet.

2. Copy your Smart Chain address

After you’ve created a wallet on Trust wallet, you need to copy your Smart Chain address.

You need to use this address to deposit BNB later on.

On Trust Wallet, you’ll see a list of cryptocurrencies.

Tap on “Smart Chain” to open your Smart Chain wallet.

Once you’re on your Smart Chain wallet, you’ll see multiple icons.

Tap on the “Copy” icon to copy your Smart Chain address.

3. Buy BNB on Binance

Get started on Binancehere: https://www.binance.com/en/register?ref=73583477 or use “73583477” as the referral code.

To buy Alaska Inu, you need to swap it with BNB.

Hence, you need to buy BNB from an exchange like Binance.

You can buy BNB on Trust Wallet as well, but the fees are very high (up to 5%).

Hence, it’s highly recommended that you use Binance to buy BNB as it has a low fee (0.1%).

Firstly, download the Binance app from the App Store or Google Play Store.

Then, create an account by using the referral link above or use “73583477” as the referral code.

Once you’re on the Binance app, navigate to BNB and tap on “Buy”.

Next, buy a minimum of 0.1 BNB.

You need to buy a minimum of 0.1 BNB as you can only withdraw a minimum of 0.1 BNB on Binance.

4. Withdraw BNB to Trust Wallet

Once you’ve bought BNB from Binance, you need to withdraw it to your Smart Chain wallet on Trust Wallet.

On Binance, navigate to your wallet and tap on “BNB”.

Then, tap on “Withdraw” to withdraw your BNB.

On the “Withdraw BNB” screen, paste the address that you’ve copied from the second step onto the “Address” field.

This address should be your Smart Chain address on Trust Wallet.

On the “Network” field, make sure that “BEP20 (BSC)” is selected.

If it isn’t, change it to “BEP20 (BSC)”.

Next, enter the amount of BNB that you want to withdraw to Trust Wallet.

Keep in mind that you need to withdraw a minimum of 0.1 BNB.

If you don’t have 0.1 BNB, you need to buy more first.

Lastly, tap on “Withdraw” to withdraw your BNB to Trust Wallet.

The withdrawal process should take no more than 30 minutes to succeed.

5. Copy Alaska Inu’s address

Alaska Inu address

After you’ve withdrawn BNB from Binance to Trust Wallet, it’s time to copy Alaska Inu’s address.

This is because you need to paste Alaska Inu’s address on PancakeSwap later on,

Firstly, go to CoinMarketCap.com on your browser (e.g., Safari, Chrome).

Once you’re on CoinMarketCap, tap on the search bar and search for “LAS”.

Then, scroll down until you see the “Contracts” tab.

On the “Contracts” tab, tap on the duplicate icon to copy Alaska Inu’s address.

6. Add Alaska Inu on Trust Wallet

After you’ve copied Alaska Inu’s address, you need to add it to Trust Wallet.

That way, you’ll be able to see your Alaska Inu balance after you’ve bought it.

Firstly, go back to Trust Wallet and navigate to your wallet.

Then, tap on the Settings icon on the top right of your screen.

Add Alaska Inu on Trust Wallet

After you’ve tapped on the Settings icon, you’ll land on the “Manage” page.

On the “Manage” page, paste Alaska Inu’s address (that you’ve copied from the fifth step) on the search bar.

You’ll then see the Alaska Inu (LAS) token as a search result.

Tap on the switch to add Alaska Inu to your wallet.

7. Enable the DApp browser on Trust Wallet

If you didn’t enable the DApp browser on Trust Wallet yet, you need to enable it.

This is because you need to DApp browser to use PancakeSwap.

Do not use PancakeSwap on a mobile browser as you might encounter an error while connecting Trust Wallet to it.

To enable the DApp browser, open your mobile browser (e.g, Safari, Chrome).

Then, enter and search for this on the search bar: “trust://browser_enable” (without quotation marks).

Next, open the page on Trust Wallet and the DApp browser will be enabled on it.

It’ll be added to the bottom navigation bar on Trust Wallet.

8. Go to PancakeSwap & connect to Trust Wallet

Now that you’ve added the DApp browser on Trust Wallet, you can use decentralized apps on it.

On Trust Wallet, tap on the “Browser” icon on the bottom navigation bar.

Then, scroll down until the “Popular” header.

Under the “Popular” header, tap on “PancakeSwap”.

Once you’re on PancakeSwap, you need to connect to Trust Wallet.

On the top navigation bar, you’ll see a “Connect” button.

Tap on the “Connect” button to choose the wallet that you want to connect to.

After you’ve tapped on “Connect”, you’ll see a list of wallets that you can connect to.

You can connect to “Metamask”, “TrustWallet”, “MathWallet”, and others.

Since you’re using Trust Wallet, tap on “TrustWallet” to connect to it.

9. Swap BNB for Alaska Inu

Select a currency on PancakeSwap

To buy Alaska Inu, you need to use PancakeSwap V1 (old).

This is because Alaska Inu does not support PancakeSwap V2.

By default, PancakeSwap will be on V2 as it’s the latest version.

To change it, tap on “V1 (old)” on the bottom navigation bar.

Then, agree with the terms and tap on “Continue to V1 Anyway”.

Now, make sure to select “BNB” on the “From” field.

Then, tap on “Select a currency”.

Alaska Inu PancakeSwap

After you’ve tapped on “Select a currency”, the “Select a token” popup will open,

Paste Alaska Inu’s address on the search bar (that you’ve copied from the fifth step).

Then, tap on “Add” to add Alaska Inu to the “To” field.

How to buy Alaska Inu

After you’ve added Alaska Inu to the “To” field, you’ll be able to swap BNB for it.

Now, enter the amount of BNB that you want to swap for Alaska Inu.

Lastly, tap on “Swap” to swap BNB for Alaska Inu.

You’ve successfully learned how to buy Alaska Inu on Trust Wallet and PancakeSwap!

After swapping, you’ll be able to see your Alaska Inu balance on your wallet (if you’ve followed the sixth step).

Further reading

How to Buy BNB When Not Available on Trust Wallet

How to Fix “Pancake K” Error on PancakeSwap

How to Fix “Unsupported Chain ID” on PancakeSwap

About the author

Lim How Wei

Lim How Wei is the founder of followchain.org, with over 7+ years of experience in Social Media and 3+ years of experience in investing in stocks and cryptocurrencies. He has researched, tested, and written hundreds of articles ranging from social media platforms to messaging apps.