Total Safemoon Paid to Safemoon JR Holders
Total Safemoon Paid to Safemoon JR Holders

Welcome to
Safemoon Jr

How to Buy

Safemoon Jr is a BEP-20 automatic deployment token that rewards holders with actual Safemoon.
Step 1: Create a Wallet

A. Download Trust Wallet

To get the latest Trust Wallet App you should follow one of the download links below.

B. Create a Wallet

Once you have downloaded and installed the app, open Trust Wallet and tap on "Create a new wallet". In the next step you will receive your 12 word recovery phrase, which acts as a backup for you funds. IMPORTANT: There is no way to change or recover your 12 word phrase if it's lost or forgotten. If you lose your recovery phrase you will lose your funds with it.

C. Verify Recovery Phrase

Before you finish the step of creating the wallet, verify that you wrote down the 12 word phrase in the correct order. IMPORTANT: It is strongly recommended to do your backup now and store it somewhere safe!

And that's it, you are done!

Step 2: Add Safemoon Jr and Safemoon to your wallet

A. Access Search Token Screen

Tap on the toggle sign on the upper right corner of the Wallet Screen. Search for the token, and if the token is not available, you will get a “No Asset Found” screen with the Add Custom Token button.
For Android devices, you can scroll down to the bottom of the list of available tokens and you will see there + Add Custom Token.

B. Copy Custom Token Information

Safemoon Jr Contract:


Safemoon Contract:


C. Fill Up Token Details

Using the contract addresses taken from above, carefully fill up the required Token details. Details should auto populate upon entering in the contract address. Tap on Done once you are done.

D. Token Successfully Added

On the main wallet screen, the token will now appear. Since Safemoon Jr is still a new token, the logo as well as the price will not be available.

Step 3: Buy and send BNB from Binance to Trust Wallet

A. Copy your BNB address on Trust Wallet

The first step is to copy your BNB address on Trust Wallet.

To begin with, open Trust Wallet and navigate to your wallet.

On your wallet, you’ll see a list of cryptocurrency wallets that you can open.

This includes “Bitcoin”, “Ethereum”, “BNB”, and others.

Tap on “BNB” to open your BNB wallet on Trust Wallet.

After you’ve tapped on “BNB”, you’ll land on your BNB wallet.

On your BNB wallet, you’ll see four icons including “Send”, “Receive”, “Copy”, and more.

Tap on the “Copy” icon to copy your BNB address.

This will copy your BNB address on Trust Wallet to your clipboard where you can paste it later on.

You’re required to paste this address on the “Send BNB” page on Binance.

B. Withdraw your BNB from Binance to Trust Wallet

After you’ve tapped on “Withdraw”, you’ll land on the “Withdraw BNB” page.

On the “Withdraw BNB” page, you’ll see multiple fields.

This includes “Address”, “Network”, “MEMO”, and “Amount”.

Firstly, paste your BNB address from Trust Wallet on the “Address” field.

You should have copied this address in the first step.

Secondly, make sure that the “Network” field is set to “BEP2”.

If it isn’t, tap on the “Network” field and select “BEP2”.

Thirdly, enter the amount of BNB that you want to withdraw.

The minimum amount of BNB that you need to withdraw from Binance is 0.02 BNB.

If you don’t have 0.02 BNB, you need to buy more on the exchange first.

Next, tap on “Withdraw” to withdraw your BNB.

After you’ve tapped on “Withdraw”, Binance will prompt you to enter a MEMO.

Tap on “Confirm” to skip this step as Trust Wallet does not have a MEMO.

Then, tap on “Confirm” again on the confirmation page.

Lastly, complete the 2-step verification and submit it.

After you’ve completed the 2-step verification, you’ll land on the “Withdrawal request submitted” page.

The withdrawal process will typically take 30 to 60 minutes to complete.

You’ve successfully learned how to withdraw BNB from Binance to Trust Wallet!

Step 4: Swap BSC for Safemoon Jr

Coming Soon


Frequently Asked Questions
What is Slippage?

Imagine wanting to buy 10 apples at the market and seeing that the various apple vendors are selling them for $1 each. That’s a $10 cost — easy. But what if there was breaking news that apples cure COVID-19 and the price skyrocketed to $100/apple? Now you’re out $1,000 for the same 10 apples. When trading crypto, the volatility in asset price can create such a situation where the executed price is different from the quoted and expected price. Slippage is the expected % difference between these quoted and executed prices.