Note: This coin is not listed on Binance for trade and service.
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Binance is constantly reviewing and adding cryptocurrencies that can be used on the Binance platform. If you would like to know where to buy Base Protocol, which is currently not listed on Binance, you can follow the step-by-step guide below.
The most straightforward way is to find a reliable centralized exchange where you can buy Base Protocol, similar to Binance. You can refer to Coinmarketcap.com's Markets section to find the list of centralized exchange the coin is listed on.
Another option to buy the Base Protocol is through a decentralized exchange (DEX) which supports the blockchain where your Base Protocol resides. This guide will show you how to buy Base Protocol by connecting your crypto wallet to a decentralized exchange (DEX) and using your Binance account to buy the base currency.
Download a Trust Wallet Wallet
There are several crypto wallets to choose from within the Ethereum network and Trust Wallet appears to be the most integrated. If you are using a desktop computer, you can download Google Chrome and the wallet Chrome extension. If you prefer using your mobile phone, you can download the wallet via Google Play or the iOS App Store if it’s available. Just make sure that you are downloading the official Chrome extension and mobile app by visiting Trust Wallet’s website.
Set up your Trust Wallet
Register and set up the crypto wallet via the wallet’s Google Chrome extension or via the mobile app you downloaded in Step 1. You may refer to the wallet’s support page for reference. Make sure to keep your seed phrase safe, and take note of your wallet address. You will be using it later on Steps 4 and 6.
Buy Ethereum as Your Base Currency
Send Ethereum From Binance to Your Crypto Wallet
Once you buy your Ethereum, go to your Binance wallet section and look for the Ethereum you purchased. Click on withdraw and fill up the required information. Set the network to Ethereum, provide your wallet address and the amount you want to transfer. Click the withdraw button and wait for your Ethereum to appear in your Trust Wallet.
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Choose a Decentralized Exchange (DEX)
There are several DEXs to choose from; you just have to make sure the wallet you selected in Step 2 is supported by the exchange. For example, if you use Trust Wallet wallet, you can go to 1inch to make the transaction.
Connect Your Wallet
Connect your Trust Wallet wallet to the DEX you want to use by using your wallet address from Step 2.
Trade Your Ethereum With the Coin You Want to Get
Select your Ethereum as the payment and select the Base Protocol as the coin you want to buy.
If Base Protocol Doesn’t Appear, Find its Smart Contract
If the coin you want does not appear on the DEX, you can refer to https://etherscan.io/ and find the smart contract address. You can then copy and paste it into 1inch. Beware of scams and make sure you got the official contract address.
Apply the Swap
Once you are done with the previous steps, you can click on the Swap button. From deciding where to buy Base Protocol to making the purchase, your crypto transaction is now complete!
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