To buy Eclipse token, you need to download Trust Wallet and enable the DApp browser.
Then, you’ll be able to swap BNB for Eclipse using PancakeSwap.
The Eclipse team is developing utility platforms for the Binance Smart Chain token market.
It is also made to reward holders.
When you hold your Eclipse token, you’ll earn more rewards.
For every transaction, a 3% fee will be sent to holders.
In addition, there are no big developer holdings and the liquidity pool is locked for 5 years.
As of May 2021, Eclipse has over 180,000 holders.
To know more about the Eclipse token, you can visit their official website here: https://eclipsetoken.org/.
Here’s how you can buy Eclipse token:
- Download Trust Wallet
- Copy your Smart Chain address on Trust Wallet
- Buy BNB on Binance
- Transfer BNB from Binance to Trust Wallet
- Copy Eclipse’s address
- Add Eclipse to Trust Wallet
- Enable the DApp browser on Trust Wallet
- Swap BNB for Eclipse on PancakeSwap
1. Download Trust Wallet
Firstly, you need to download Trust Wallet.
Trust Wallet allows you to store your favorite tokens.
It also has a DApp browser where you can use PancakeSwap to swap BNB or Ethereum for other tokens.
Go to the App Store or Google Play Store and search for “Trust Wallet”.
Then, install the first search result.
After you’ve installed Trust Wallet, you need to create a new wallet.
In the wallet creation process, you’ll be given a recovery phrase.
Make sure to save the recovery phrase someplace safe.
Lastly, you need to verify your recovery phrase to complete the wallet creation process.
2. Copy your Smart Chain address on Trust Wallet
After you’ve created a new wallet on Trust Wallet, navigate to your wallet.
On your wallet, you’ll see various cryptocurrencies.
Tap on “Smart Chain” to open your Smart Chain wallet.
On your Smart Chain wallet, you’ll see four icons including “Send”, “Receive”, “Copy”, and “More”.
Tap on “Copy” to copy your Smart Chain wallet address.
You’ll need to transfer BNB to this address later on.
3. Buy BNB on Binance
Get started on Binance here: https://www.binance.com/en/register?ref=73583477 or use “73583477” as the referral code.
Now that you’ve copied your Smart Chain wallet address on Trust Wallet, you need to buy BNB.
This is because you can only buy Eclipse with BNB.
There are multiple ways to buy BNB.
You can either buy BNB on Binance or from one of Trust Wallet’s providers.
However, it’s highly recommended that you buy BNB from Binance as it has a much lower fee (0.1%).
On the other hand, providers on Trust Wallet charge up to 5% fees.
Firstly, download the Binance app on the App Store or Google Play Store.
After you’ve downloaded the app, open it and sign up for a new account.
You can use the referral link or code above to sign up.
Then, navigate to “Buy” and tap on “BNB”.
Next, buy a minimum of 0.1 BNB.
This is because you can only withdraw a minimum of 0.1 BNB on Binance.
4. Transfer BNB from Binance to Trust Wallet
After you’ve bought BNB from Binance, you need to withdraw it to your Smart Chain wallet on Trust Wallet.
To do so, navigate to your Binance wallet.
On your Binance wallet, tap on “Withdraw” followed by “BNB”.
Then, you’ll land on the “Withdraw BNB” page.
On the “Withdraw BNB” page, you’ll see multiple fields including “Address”, “Network”, and “Amount”.
Firstly, paste your Smart Chain address on the address field.
You should have copied your Smart Chain address on the second step.
Next, make sure that the Network field is “BEP20 (BSC)”.
If it’s not, tap on the field and change it to “BEP20 (BSC)”.
Lastly, enter the amount of BNB that you want to withdraw and tap on “Withdraw” to withdraw it.
This will transfer your BNB to your Smart Chain wallet on Trust Wallet.
The withdrawal process will typically take no more than 30 minutes to complete.
5. Copy Eclipse’s address
Now, you need to copy Eclipse’s address.
You need its address so that you can import it to Trust Wallet and PancakeSwap later on.
Firstly, go to CoinMarketCap.com and search for “Eclipse”.
Once you’re on the Eclipse token, scroll down until you reach the “Contracts” tab.
Then, tap on the duplicate icon to copy Eclipse’s contract address.
6. Add Eclipse to Trust Wallet
Now that you’ve copied Eclipse token’s contract address, you can now import it to Trust Wallet.
To do so, open Trust Wallet and navigate to your wallet.
Then, tap on the Settings icon on the top right of your screen.
After you’ve tapped on the Settings icon, the “Manage” page will open.
On the “Manage” page, you’ll see a list of cryptocurrencies that you can enable or disable.
On the search bar, paste Eclipse’s contract address.
You should have copied Eclipse’s contract address on the fifth step.
Lastly, tap on the switch to add Eclipse to your wallet.
You’ll now be able to see Eclipse in your wallet on Trust Wallet.
7. Enable the DApp browser on Trust Wallet
The seventh step is to enable the DApp browser on Trust Wallet.
The DApp browser allows you to use decentralized applications on Trust Wallet like PancakeSwap.
If you don’t have the DApp browser enabled, you won’t be able to use them.
To enable the DApp browser, you first need to open a browser (e.g., Safari, Chrome).
Next, paste this on the URL field of the browser: “trust://browser_enable”.
Then, tap on “Go” followed by “Open” to open the page on Trust Wallet.
You’ve successfully enabled the DApp browser on Trust Wallet!
8. Swap BNB for Eclipse on PancakeSwap
Now that you’ve enabled the DApp browser on Trust Wallet, you’ll see a “Browser” icon on the bottom navigation bar of the app.
Tap on the “Browser” icon to browse decentralized applications.
Next, scroll down until you reach the “Popular” header.
Under the “Popular” header, tap on “PancakeSwap” to open PancakeSwap.
Once you’re on PancakeSwap, you need to connect Trust Wallet to it.
Otherwise, you won’t be able to swap tokens or buy Eclipse token.
Firstly, tap on the “Connect” button on the top navigation bar.
After you’ve tapped on the “Connect” button, the “Connect to a wallet” pop-up will open.
The pop-up contains a list of wallets that you can choose from.
This includes “Metamask”, “TrustWallet”, “MathWallet”, and more.
Tap on “Trust Wallet” to connect Trust Wallet to PancakeSwap.
After you’ve connected Trust Wallet to PancakeSwap, you’ll now be able to swap tokens!
Firstly, tap on the “V1 (old)” button on the bottom navigation bar.
Then, tick the checkbox and tap on “Continue to V1 Anyway”.
PancakeSwap V2 does not support the Eclipse token, so you’ll have to switch to PancakeSwap V1.
Next, tap on “Select a currency” and paste Eclipse’s contract address on the “Search name or paste address” field.
This will import Eclipse to PancakeSwap.
Then, enter the amount of BNB that you want to swap for Eclipse.
Before you make the swap, set your slippage tolerance to 12%.
Lastly, tap on “Swap” to swap BNB for Eclipse!
You’ve successfully learned how to buy Eclipse token (ECP) on Trust Wallet and PancakeSwap!
You can see your Eclipse token balance on your wallet on Trust Wallet if you’ve imported it on step 6.