Setting up a Binance Chain wallet and exploring the Binance Decentralised Exchange (DEX) is a digital services marketplace on Binance Chain .
This quick tutorial explains how to set up a Binance Chain wallet and use the
Binance Decentralised Exchange (DEX) .

Setting up a Wallet

Note: If you are unsure about any steps in this guide feel free to get in touch on Telegram or any other of the links at the bottom of this article

Please ensure you follow all of the instructions carefully and keep you keystore file, password and mnemonic phrase/private key secure! If you lose your device or password you will need the private key or mnemonic to restore your wallet.

To see your wallet details click on your profile icon and then the square with the diagonal arrow:

You can now see your wallet address, balance, transactions and get a QR code like below:

Once you have set up your wallet, take some time to explore the DEX, for those familiar, you’ll notice the user interface is very similar to that of Binance’s centralised exchange.
The DEX is where you can buy and sell $CAN tokens to be used on the CanWork platform.

Binance Chain Explorer

One feature which our community will become familiar with is the ‘Explorer’ tab. This is, as its name would suggest, the Binance Chain block explorer. It works exactly the same as any other protocol block explorer. For those unfamiliar, a blockchain explorer is a tool to see wallets, transactions and payments on a blockchain (in this case Binance Chain). These transactions and wallets remain anonymous and are identified by a string of numbers and letters (called a hash).
Note: All Binance Chain wallets start with the 'bnb' prefix
The explorer is shown below:

You can view the current block number and recent transactions or find specific transaction details and wallets by pasting the hash into the search field. The layout will be very similar to those community members who used etherscan to track their ERC-20 $CAN transactions.

Congratulations, you now have the basic tools to make and receive payments on CanWork. You can now also by and sell the $CAN token to be used on the platform.
This technology allows payments on CanWork to be near instant, cross-border and secure. This technology also allows us to charge our freelancers no fees meaning they will earn around 20% more when completing work on CanWork compared to legacy freelance platforms.

Your Binance Chain wallet can be imported onto Trust Wallet to make and receive payments on iOS and Android devices. We walk you through this process on this guide.

Additionally, you can also buy and sell $CAN tokens on BEPSwap.

If you want more information or want to see how you can get involved, join the community Telegram channel.


Chris McLoughlin



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