2. After installing the extension, you will see the sign-up page. In this example, we’re going to create a brand new wallet with a Gmail account.
Note: You can also use an existing crypto wallet if you have your original seed phrase or tKey login credentials.
3. Click [Create Wallet] and then select [Continue with tKey via: G].
4. A pop-up will appear asking you to log in using Gmail. tKey and Binance Chain Wallet will use your Gmail account as a way of authenticating your identity in the future if needed.
5. The next step is to create a password that can act as a second layer of protection should you lose your private key.
6. You will now see your Binance Chain Wallet seed phrase, which you can use to recover your account. You also have the option to create your own seed phrase. Altogether, the phrase should contain 12, 15, 18, 21, or 24 words.
You should never share your seed phrase with anyone. Treat it similar to a banking account password or pin. If you lose it, you can still gain access to your Binance Chain Wallet using your email address in combination with your tKey password.
7. Click continue once you are sure that you have securely stored the seed phrase.
8. You have successfully set up your Binance Chain Wallet. You can now use it to send and receive BSC, Binance Chain, and Ethereum tokens. You can also interact with DApps and smart contracts on these blockchains.