Trust Wallet is CanWork's wallet of choice and a very powerful, secure and functional mobile wallet. If you don't already have Trust Wallet this guide will explain how to do it.
3. Some BEP2 $BNB
Just like the $CAN token $BNB exists on Binance Chain (BEP2) and Binance Smart Chain (BEP20). To facilitate the swap and pay the small gas fee you will need some BEP2 $BNB.
Now to Swap
Note: This technique will work to swap any supported BEP2 token across to its supported BEP20 counterpart (including BNB).
Select your BEP2 $CAN inside Trust Wallet and click the "Swap" button under your $CAN amount on the right hand side:
Select "Swap to Smart Chain" when prompted
Select the amount you want to swap (realistically you want to swap all of it over to BEP20). In this example we will be swapping 1000 $CAN over
On the confirm page you will note the difference in address syntax between Binance Chain (BEP2) and Binance Smart Chain (BEP20). Binance Chain addresses start with "bnb" whereas Binance Smart Chain look similar to ETH addresses and start with "0x...":
Confirm and then wait while the magic occurs on the blockchain (you can view the transaction on the blockchain explorer by selecting "More Details"):
....and you're done. You should see a notification that you have received funds into your wallet. You'll also note "Canyz" up the top and the fact it is BEP20 to the left. Currently $CAN BEP20 is given the name "Canyz" in Trust Wallet. This was done to differentiate between BEP2 & BEP20.
You will also note that BNB is represented differently in Trust Wallet depending on whether it is BEP2 or BEP20. BEP2 is a white/yellow logo called "BNB" whereas BEP20 is a black/yellow logo called "Smart Chain":
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