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How to Buy TronPad (TRONPAD)

To buy TronPad, you need to download Trust Wallet and enable the DApp browser.

Then, you’ll be able to swap BNB for TronPad on PancakeSwap.

TronPad is an IDO (initial DEX offering) platform that is backed by the Tron Network.

It allows cryptocurrency projects to distribute tokens and increase liquidity.

The problem with existing launchpads is that getting enough tokens to join the ecosystem can be challenging.

TronPad is developed for fair decentralized launches which solve this issue.

The platform is also trusted by Justin Sun, the founder of Tron with over 2.8 million followers on Twitter.

In just 48 hours after its launch, TronPad has reached 13,000 holders.

To know more about TronPad, you can visit their website here: https://tronpad.network/.

Here’s how you can buy TronPad (TRONPAD):

  1. Download Trust Wallet
  2. Copy your Smart Chain address on Trust Wallet
  3. Buy BNB on Binance
  4. Transfer BNB from Binance to Trust Wallet
  5. Copy TronPad’s contract address
  6. Add TronPad to Trust Wallet
  7. Enable the DApp browser on Trust Wallet
  8. Swap BNB for TronPad on PancakeSwap

1. Download Trust Wallet

Firstly, you need to download Trust Wallet on your mobile device.

Trust Wallet allows you to store cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.

You can also use decentralized applications on the app like PancakeSwap.

You need PancakeSwap to buy TronPad with BNB later on.

Firstly, go to the Google Play Store or App Store and download Trust Wallet.

Next, open the app and create a new wallet.

When you’re creating a new wallet, you’ll be given a recovery phrase.

Make sure to save the recovery phrase somewhere safe.

Lastly, you need to verify your recovery phrase.

You can do that by placing the words in the right order.

Once you’ve verified your recovery phrase, your wallet will be successfully created.

2. Copy your Smart Chain address on Trust Wallet

Now that you’ve created a wallet, you need to copy your Smart Chain address.

You need to swap Smart Chain for TronPad later on.

Firstly, open Trust Wallet and navigate to your wallet.

On your wallet, you’ll see various cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and more.

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 the “More” icon to copy your Smart Chain address.

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, you need to buy BNB.

This is because TronPad can only be bought with BNB.

There are a couple of ways to buy BNB.

You can either buy BNB from one of Trust Wallet’s providers or from a cryptocurrency exchange like Binance.

However, it’s highly recommended that you buy BNB from Binance.

This is because Binance has a much lower fee as compared to Trust Wallet’s providers.

Trust Wallet’s providers like Simplex have a minimum fee of $4.50.

On the other hand, Binance charges a 0.1% spot trading fee.

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

Alternatively, you can create a Binance account on your desktop using the referral link above or use “73583477” as the referral code.

After you’ve created an account, you need to buy some BNB on the exchange.

Buy a minimum of 0.1 BNB.

4. Transfer BNB from Binance to Trust Wallet

After you’ve bought BNB on Binance, you need to transfer it to Trust Wallet.

This is because you need to swap BNB for TronPad on Trust Wallet later on using PancakeSwap.

To begin with, navigate to your portfolio on Binance.

Once you’re on your portfolio, tap on “BNB” followed by “Withdraw”.

Then, you’ll land on the “Withdraw BNB” page.

On the “Withdraw BNB” page, you’ll see three fields including “Address”, “Network”, and “Amount”.

On the “Address” field, paste the BNB address that you’ve copied from the 2nd step.

This address is your Smart Chain address on Trust Wallet.

Next, make sure that “BSC20” is selected on the “Network” field.

If it isn’t, change it to “BSC20”.

Lastly, enter the amount of BNB that you want to withdraw and tap on “Withdraw” to transfer it to Trust Wallet.

5. Copy TronPad’s contract address

TronPad contract address

TronPad’s contract address: 0x1Bf7AedeC439D6BFE38f8f9b20CF3dc99e3571C4

After you’ve transferred your BNB from Binance to Trust Wallet, you need to copy TronPad’s address.

You need TronPad’s address to import it to Trust Wallet later on.

Firstly, go to CoinMarketCap.com and search for “TronPad”.

Once you’re on the TronPad page, scroll down until you reach the “Contracts” section.

On the “Contracts” section, tap on the duplicate icon to copy TronPad’s contract address.

Alternatively, you can copy TronPad’s contract address above.

6. Add TronPad to Trust Wallet

Now that you’ve copied TronPad’s contract address, you need to add it to your wallet on Trust Wallet.

Otherwise, you won’t be able to see your TronPad balance if you buy it.

Firstly, open Trust Wallet and navigate to your wallet.

Then, tap on the Settings icon on the top navigation bar.

How to add TronPad to Trust Wallet

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

On the “Manage” page, you’ll see a list of cryptocurrencies that you can enable or disable.

You can also import tokens on the page.

To do so, paste TronPad’s contract address on the search bar.

Then, TronPad will show up as a search result.

Tap on the switch to add TronPad to 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 on Trust Wallet allows you to use decentralized applications like PancakeSwap.

You need to use PancakeSwap to buy TronPad later on.

To enable the DApp browser, you must first open a browser like Safari or Chrome.

Once you’re on a browser, paste this on the URL field, “trust://browser_enable”.

Then, search for the URL and open the page on Trust Wallet.

When you open the page on Trust Wallet, the DApp browser will be enabled.

8. Swap BNB for TronPad on PancakeSwap

After you’ve enabled the DApp browser on Trust Wallet, you’ll see a “Browser” icon on the bottom navigation bar of the app.

Firstly, tap on the “Browser” icon to open the DApp browser.

Then, 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 it to Trust Wallet.

That way, you’ll be able to use your BNB on Trust Wallet and swap it for another token like TronPad.

Firstly, tap on the “Connect” button on the top navigation bar of the exchange.

After you’ve tapped on the “Connect” button, the “Connect to a wallet” pop-up will open.

On the pop-up, you’ll see a list of wallets including “Metamask”, “TrustWallet”, “MathWallet”, and more.

Tap on “TrustWallet” to connect Trust Wallet to PancakeSwap.

How to buy TronPad

After you’ve connected Trust Wallet to PancakeSwap, you’ll now be able to swap tokens.

Firstly, tap on “Select a currency”.

Secondly, paste TronPad’s contract address on the “Search name or paste address” field.

This will import TronPad to PancakeSwap on the “To” field.

Next, make sure that the “From” field is set to BNB”.

Then, enter the amount of BNB that you want to swap for TronPad.

Before you make the swap, make sure to increase your slippage tolerance.

You can increase your slippage tolerance by tapping on the Settings icon.

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

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

If you’ve added TronPad to your wallet on Trust Wallet in the sixth step, you’ll be able to see yourTronPad balance on it.

Further reading

Best Binance Referral ID Code in 2021

How to Connect Trust Wallet to PancakeSwap

How to Withdraw Money From Trust Wallet to Bank Account

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.