Step 1: Load your Metamask wallet.


Step 2: If you don’t yet have your WTK on Metamask, please add the WTK Ethereum ERC-20 address under Import Tokens > Custom Tokens at the bottom of the asset list, and send the tokens to your Metamask address.


Step 3: Go to the WadzPay Bridge, and select FROM: Ethereum, TO: Binance-Smart-Chain; enter your desired transfer amount, and your BSC Wallet’s destination address. If using Metamask, your BSC Wallet address will be the same as for Ethereum’s.


Step 4: Click ‘Connect wallet’ and select your preferred wallet. This guide was created using Metamask. Please be patient while the wallet’s popup loads, then follow the prompts to connect.


Step 5: You will now see the functions to approve, and then swap your tokens. After clicking Approve, wait for the popup, the gas fees to populate and then grant approval to the swap contract to access your WTK. Approval only needs to be granted once for each contract type. Wait for the transaction approved message from Metamask; do note that during times when the Ethereum network is congested, approval may be slower than usual. For updates on whether the transaction has been successful, you may click on Activity in Metamask, and view the transaction on Block Explorer. 

                                             

Step 6: Select ‘Swap’, wait for Metamask to popup, then the gas fees to populate, and confirm the transaction.


Step 7: After the transaction has been confirmed, change the network to Smart Chain (Add the Binance Smart Chain Network to your Network List if you don’t have it added already. You may refer to the following guide: https://academy.binance.com/en/articles/connecting-metamask-to-binance-smart-chain), and add the WTK BSC contract address to see your WTK balance. Please be patient while the swap is executed.