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How to Securely Withdraw Your Digital Tokens: A Practical Guide for Users
How to Securely Withdraw Your Digital Tokens: A Practical Guide for Users
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Updated over a week ago

In the rapidly evolving world of cryptocurrencies, securing your digital assets is crucial. This guide is designed to help our users safely withdraw their digital tokens, such as BOME and BCD, to personal wallets where they control their private keys.

Choosing the Right Wallet

Holding private keys is like having the only key to a personal safe, ensuring you alone control access to your digital assets. When you store cryptocurrencies on exchanges like Coinbase or Binance, the exchange holds the keys, similar to a bank holding a key to your safety deposit box. However, with personal wallets like MetaMask, Trust Wallet or CWallet, you possess the private keys, similar to having a safe at home where only you know the combination, offering direct control and enhanced security for your assets.

Our focus will be on transferring tokens to wallets where you hold your private keys, such as MetaMask, Trust Wallet, CWallet etc. This guide specifically details the steps to withdraw BOME to Trust Wallet, complete with screenshots to make the process as straightforward as possible.

Step-by-Step Guide to Withdrawing BOME to Trust Wallet

Step 1: Setting Up Trust Wallet for BOME (Solana Chain)

  1. Open Trust Wallet on your device.

  2. On the main screen you should have an option Manage Crypto - click that.

  3. In the search bar, type "Solana" to add the Solana blockchain. This step is crucial as BOME is based on the Solana chain.

  4. If you're withdrawing BCD or another token, search for "Ethereum" for ERC20 tokens or "Binance Smart Chain" for BEP20 tokens instead and follow similar steps.

  5. Return to the main screen of your wallet. You should now see Solana (or the relevant blockchain) listed.

  6. Additionally, you can also directly add BOME coin as well in Manage Crypto on your Trust Wallet. However, please note that not all wallets will have it listed. In that case you will have to use SOLANA address.

Step 2: Prepare Your Trust Wallet

  1. Open Trust Wallet and select 'Solana' or 'BOME'. You can select any one of them because the receiving address will be same for both.

  2. Tap on "Receive" to find your wallet's receiving address.

  3. Copy the address to your clipboard or note it down. This is the address you will use to withdraw BOME to from BCGAME.

Step 3: Initiate the Withdrawal on BCGAME

  1. Within BCGAME, find BOME in your wallet and select 'Withdraw.'

  2. Paste your Trust Wallet Solana address into the designated field.

  3. Enter the amount of BOME you wish to withdraw.

  4. You may need to verify the transaction through a confirmation email or two-factor authentication (2FA), depending on your BCGAME security settings.

  5. Once confirmed, the transaction will be processed.

Step 4: Check Your Trust Wallet

  1. Return to Trust Wallet and refresh your balance.

  2. Your withdrawn BOME should reflect in your wallet shortly, depending on the Solana network's speed.

For BCD Withdrawals

Follow similar steps to withdraw BCD, ensuring you select the correct blockchain (ERC20 or BEP20) in both Trust Wallet and BCGAME. Remember to use the appropriate address (Ethereum for ERC20, Binance Smart Chain for BEP20) when withdrawing BCD.

Tips for a Secure Withdrawal

  • Double-check wallet addresses before confirming transactions.

  • Test with a small amount for your first withdrawal to ensure everything works smoothly.

  • Keep your private keys and seed phrases secure and never share them.

Withdrawing your digital tokens securely to a wallet where you control the private keys is a crucial step in managing your digital assets. By following the detailed steps outlined for BOME and BCD withdrawals, you can confidently transfer your tokens to Trust Wallet or any similar wallets where you hold the private keys. Remember, the security of your tokens rests in your hands, so always proceed with caution and diligence.

NOTE : Withdrawing Tokens to Unsupported Exchanges Can Result in Lost Funds. When withdrawing tokens, it's crucial to verify whether the recipient exchange supports them. Withdrawing to an exchange that doesn't support the specific token typically leads to lost funds. While some exchanges may return the funds to the original address after extensive user follow-ups, this is not guaranteed.

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