Binance coin FAQs - Learn more about BNB
All you need to know about the transition from the ERC20 version of Binance coin to its mainnet version inside of your Exodus wallet.
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Binance (old)/Binance coin swap Questions
What is happening to Binance coin (BNB)?
Binance originally released their asset in the form of an ERC20 token running on the Ethereum network. The Binance team decided to upgrade their asset and switch it to their own mainnet blockchain version.
Where can I see my ERC20 Binance (old) wallet?
You can only see your ERC20 Binance (old) on the desktop version of Exodus wallet.
Why do I see Binance (old) in my desktop Exodus wallet?
You will see two wallets in Exodus that will hold the old and the new Binance coin if you have not already swapped the old tokens for the new mainnet version:
- Binance (old) - old token
- Binance Coin (BNB) - new token
How Do I swap my Binance (old) to the new Binance coin
To swap your old Binance tokens for the new mainnet version, all you need to do is use one of the different services below:
- Swap through ChangeNOW. This won't require you to create an account and the swap process is pretty straight forward. Send your BNB from Exodus to ChangeNOW and they will send your mainnet BNB directly to your Exodus address: https://changenow.io/swap/binance-coin
- Send your old BNB tokens to the Binance exchange to be swapped. No surprises there right? These are the creators of BNB so it makes sense they'd have a solution in place. However, you will need an account with the online custodial exchange to use this option. You can find the swap details here: Binance Chain Mainnet Swap.