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How To Set Up Trust Wallet

How to Set Up Trust Wallet – Beginner’s Guide by Lucky Block

In order to buy and store Lucky Block tokens – you will need to be in possession of a top-rated wallet that can connect to the Binance Smart Chain.

We would argue that Trust Wallet is the best option in this respect – as the wallet is simple to use, secure, and offers direct access to decentralized exchanges like Pancakeswap.

If you’re completely new to Trust Wallet and need a little bit of guidance in getting set up – this beginner’s guide is for you.

Quick Overview of How to Set Up Trust Wallet

Here’s a snapshot overview of how to set up Trust Wallet so that you can buy and store Lucky Block tokens in safety.

  • Step 1: Download Official Trust Wallet App – Trust Wallet is a mobile wallet app that is backed by the Binance exchange. You can obtain the app via Google Play or the App Store – or access the download link via the Binance website.
  • Step 2: Create Wallet – You will now be asked if you already have a ​Trust Wallet or if you wish to create a new one. Click on the ‘Create a Wallet’ button to create a new wallet.
  • Step 3: Backup Passphrase – Carefully write down the 12-word backup passphrase that you are shown. Next, you will need to manually type each of the 12 words in the correct sequence so that Trust Wallet knows you have written the backup passphrase down correctly.
  • Step 4: Add Lucky Block Token – Now that you have set up Trust Wallet on your mobile device, you can add Lucky Block tokens. You can do this by clicking on the button from the top-right hand of the screen, followed by ‘Add Custom Token’
  • Step 5: Paste Lucky Block Contract Address: Paste in the contract address for the Lucky Block token – which can be found below.

Lucky Block Contract Address: 0x2cD96e8C3FF6b5E01169F6E3b61D28204E7810Bb

Looking for a more detailed walkthrough of how to set up Trust Wallet so that you can buy and/or store Lucky Block tokens? If so, read on.

Step 1: Download Trust Wallet

The first step required is to download Trust Wallet. As noted above, Trust Wallet is backed by Binance and it comes in the shape of a mobile app.

As such, you will need to download the app to your smartphone via Google Play or the App Store.

With that said, Binance suggests accessing the download link from its own website – so that you can be 100% sure you are obtaining the official Trust Wallet app.

Step 2: Set Up Trust Wallet

Once you have downloaded Trust Wallet to your phone – open up the app. Next, you will need to click on the ‘Create New Wallet’ button.

Create PIN

Trust Wallet will now ask you to create a PIN of between four and six digits. This PIN will need to be entered every time you wish to access your Trust Wallet. In fact, this needs to be done each time you leave the wallet interface – for additional security.

Write Down Backup Passphrase

Next, you will be shown your unique 12-word passphrase – which is essentially the private key for your Trust Wallet.

As such, it’s absolutely crucial that you write the 12 words down correctly and keep the respective sheet of paper somewhere safe.

After all, if your phone is lost or stolen – the only way for you to regain access to your Trust Wallet funds will be by entering this backup passphrase.

Re-Enter Backup Passphrase

Trust Wallet will now need to confirm that you have written the backup passphrase down correctly – both in terms of the words and sequence.

This means that you will need to enter each individual word in the correct order. After typing a few letters, Trust Wallet will allow you to click on the respective word from a list of options.

Step 3: Add Lucky Block to Trust

The next step is to add Lucky Block to your Trust Wallet interface. For this, you will first need to click on the logo located at the very top-right corner of the app. This will then bring up a list of tokens that by default – are added to Trust Wallet.

Scroll down to the very bottom of the list and click on ‘Add Custom Token’. Next, you might find that by default – the network is selected as ‘Ethereum’.

You will need to change this to the Smart Chain – as this is the blockchain that Lucky Block operates on.

Next, in order for the Trust Wallet to locate Lucky Block – you will be required to paste in the correct contract address – which you will find below.

Lucky Block Contract Address: 0x2cD96e8C3FF6b5E01169F6E3b61D28204E7810Bb

Once again, it’s worth getting in the habit of verifying the contract address via the Lucky Block Telegram group.

In doing so, you can be sure that you are entering the correct address. The blank fields will now populate with the correct contract specifics for Lucky Block – such as the name, symbol, and number of decimals.

And that’s it – you have successfully set up Trust Wallet! If you are yet to buy Lucky Block – you can do so via Pancakeswap.

Best of all, Trust Wallet connects directly to Pancakeswap – so you can buy and store your Lucky Block tokens through a single app.

Step 4: Buy Lucky Block on Pancakeswap via Trust Wallet

If you want to buy Lucky Block tokens on Pancakeswap via Trust Wallet – follow the steps outlined below.

First, you need to make sure that you have BNB in your Trust Wallet – and that you have swapped the tokens over to the Smart Chain.

Next, click on the ‘DApps’ button at the bottom of the interface – and look for Pancakeswap. If you can’t find it – you can use the search bar.

Once connected to Pancakeswap, you need to manually enter the contract address so that you can locate Lucky Block. This will also ensure that you are buying the official Lucky Block token – and not an imitation.

Lucky Block Contract Address: 0x2cD96e8C3FF6b5E01169F6E3b61D28204E7810Bb

Next, make sure that BNB is selected as the currency you will be using the pay for your Lucky Block tokens – which it should be by default.

In the box below BNB, enter the number of tokens that you wish to exchange for LuckyBlock.

Finally, you will need to confirm the purchase. If the transaction doesn’t go through straight away, you might need to increase the slippage tolerance.

Tips on How to Keep Your Trust Wallet Safe

Once you have added Lucky Block to your Trust Wallet – it is crucial that you do everything in your control to keep your digital funds safe.

After all, online cybercriminals are getting smarter – with cryptocurrency wallets often at the forefront of their objectives.

As such, below we discuss some solid tips on how to keep your Trust Wallet and Lucky Block tokens safe.

Tip 1: Set Up a Strong Screenlock Password

First and foremost, we cannot overstate the importance of setting up a strong screenlock password on the mobile device where your Trust Wallet app is located.

In doing so, this will act as the first line of defense – should somebody have access to your device.

This is especially important if your phone is lost or stolen – as the person in possession of the device, would need to know your screenlock password before they can even attempt to access your Trust Wallet app.

Ultimately, the longer and more complex your screenlock password is – the better.

Tip 2: Use a PIN That Nobody Will Guess

It goes without saying that you should never use a basic, generic password like ‘0000’ or ‘1234’ for your Trust Wallet app.

In doing so, you can be sure that if somebody gets hold of your device and subsequently bypasses your screenlock password – they will have a good chance of accessing your Trust Wallet account.

When you initially set the wallet up, Trust Wallet gives you the option of entering a PIN of between 4-6 digits. To maximize security, it’s best to choose a 6-digit PIN.

Tip 3: Avoid Clicking Links

One of the most effective ways for cybercriminals to hack cryptocurrency wallets remotely is via malware.

And, a common way for this to be achieved is when you unwittingly click on a malicious link that was created by the bad actor.

When this happens, there is every chance that the hacker will be able to remotely gain access to your Trust Wallet and thus – steal your digital assets.

Taking this into account – you must avoid clicking on any links that are posted by an unverified source.

Tip 4: Lucky Block Admin Will Never Message You First

Leading on from the above tip, bad actors via the Telegram app will commonly attempt to deceive people into thinking that they are speaking with the official Lucky Block admin.

In many cases, this will be achieved by sending a direct message to Lucky Block token holders – pretending to be a member of the admin team.

Make no mistake about it – no official member of the Lucky Block team will ever send you a direct message first. If you receive one, block and report the Telegram account in question.

Tip 5: Never Share Your 12-Word Backup Passphrase

We mentioned earlier that your unique 12-word backup passphrase represents your Trust Wallet private key.

And as such, if somebody has access to these 12 words in the correct order – they can access your Trust Wallet account remotely. In turn, they’ll be able to withdraw your entire balance of digital assets.

Therefore, it is of the utmost importance that you do not share your Trust Wallet backup passphrase with anybody – under any circumstance.

The Verdict?

This beginner’s guide has explained in simple terms how to set up Trust Wallet – so that you can safely buy and store your Lucky Block tokens.

We’ve also presented some handy tips on how to keep your Trust Wallet safe – so that you can be sure you avoid being scammed or hacked.