Cryptocurrencies and tokens are often on different networks
known as blockchains.
Since the Sanji Inu token is on Binance Smart Chain you will need to connect your wallet to the Smart Chain if it isn’t already.
It is pretty quick and easy, anyone can do it following some simple instructions.
Connect Trust Wallet to Smart Chain
Connect Metamask to Smart Chain
Before you can actually buy any token on the Smart Chain you
must first send some BNB to your wallet. You can send BNB from
another wallet including exchange wallets like Binance. It is
recommended that you have a Binance account if you don’t already
as it can come in handy for things like this.
Binance website – Binance App
BNB is needed because every transaction on Smart Chain uses BNB to pay a very small gas fee. You will see the gas fee details when you confirm the transaction in your wallet.
You do not need to pay gas fees when buying a token from a centralized exchange like Binance, you only do on a Decentralized exchange (DEX) like Pancake Swap. Remember you can actually swap any Bep20 token for another. So you can swap Sanji Inu into any other Bep20 token on Pancake Swap at any time.
Just remember you always need a little BNB for gas fees.
Now you have BNB in your wallet you can buy Sanji Inu.
Before you try to buy you must click the settings button and change the slippage to 11%. This is because Sanji Inu comes with 9% sales tax as mentioned in the tokenomics section. The transaction may not work without this.
Here is a little more info on how to use Pancake Swap.
Pancake Swap guide
One you have bought Sanji Inu you will need to manually add the token to your wallet so that you can see it in there.
Add token to Trust Wallet guide
Add token to Metamask guide
Great, now you have Sanji Inu in your wallet and you can hodl it as we ascend on our space mission! Check out the Moon Map and if you need help or have any more questions that are not answered on this site then chat with us in our Telegram group.