Create a wallet

BSCS Wallet is the official cryptocurrency wallet of BSC Station included: mobile wallet and extension wallet on the browser. BSCS Wallet allows users to safely and conveniently store many major cryptocurrencies in the market. In addition, the platform also directly integrates many DApp applications, Art & NFT collection to help users get closer to blockchain technology.

When you're setting up a wallet, be sure to:

  • āœ… Download and install only the latest version from an official source.

  • āœ… Follow the setup guide carefully.

  • āœ… Safely back up your recovery phrases.

  • āŒ NEVER share your recovery phrases with anyone, under any circumstances.

  • āŒ NEVER input your recovery phrase to a website or app, other than your wallet app.

Smartphone/Mobile or Desktop wallet?

Mobile device wallets and desktop-based wallets have different strengths and weaknesses. Consider which fits your needs better to help decide which type of wallet to use.

Mobile

Desktop

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Smartphone/Mobile wallets

Smartphone/Mobile wallets allow you to access your crypto almost anywhere. Wallets are available on both Android and iOS devices.

Which mobile wallet should I choose?

This comparison table gives an overview of the most popular mobile wallets used with PancakeSwap.

MetaMask

SafePal

Binance Smart Chain support

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Built-in DApp browser

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Hardware wallet compatible

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Open-source

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Interact with BscScan

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āš ļø Requires some setup šŸ”¶ Only supports SafePal hardware wallet

You can find more in-depth information about each wallet below, as well as download links and installation guides.

MetaMask is a very popular browser-based wallet plugin that supports ERC20 (Ethereum network) and BEP2 & BEP20 (Binance Chain and Binance Smart Chain networks).

ā€‹Pros: - Open source for auditability - WEB3 capable on BscScan - A strong history of security and reliability - A large amount of how-to guides and resources online - Many tools and custom settings - Offers ETH purchases with Transak - Supports a very large number of languages - Is also available a browser plugin for desktop devices

Cons: - Longer setup time than other options - Additional steps needed to use with Binance Smart Chain and PancakeSwap - Extra information and settings may confuse beginners

ā€‹Download MetaMask (Automatically detects device)

MetaMask Setup Guide

Desktop/Web Browser wallets

Desktop wallets are available on your home computer or laptop computer. Wallets on your computer can run as standalone applications, or as web browser plugins for popular browsers like Chrome and Firefox.

Which desktop wallet should I choose?

This comparison table gives an overview of the most popular desktop wallets used with PancakeSwap.

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MetaMask

Binance Wallet

Binance Smart Chain support

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Built-in DApp browser

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Hardware wallet compatible

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Open-source

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Interact with BscScan

(for advanced users!)

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āš ļø Requires additional setup

You can find more in-depth information about each wallet below, as well as download links and installation guides.

MetaMask is a very popular browser-based wallet plugin that supports ERC20 (Ethereum network) by default, and BEP2 & BEP20 (Binance Chain and Binance Smart Chain networks) with a little work.

ā€‹Pros: - Open source for auditability - WEB3 capable on BscScan - A strong history of security and reliability - A large amount of how-to guides and resources online - Many tools and custom settings - Supports a very large number of languages - Is also available on mobile devices

Cons: - Longer setup time than other options - Additional steps needed to use with Binance Smart Chain and PancakeSwap - Extra information and settings may confuse beginners

ā€‹Download MetaMask (Automatically detects browser)

MetaMask Setup Guide

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