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Getting you started on Sandwich Network
Using anything new on the blockchain can be challenging of course. Don't worry, we've got you sorted with a simple 'get-started' guide to use Sandwich Network.

Create a wallet

To get started on Sandwich, the only thing you will need will be a crypto wallet. You will have to choose a wallet that supports the blockchain network you would like to use on Sandwich. Wallets are available both on desktop computers and on smartphone devices. You'll need to choose the wallet that fits your needs best.

Most common wallets

If you are mainly using your mobile device, we suggest using Trustwallet. Are you more of a desktop kind-of person? You should probably go for Metamask.
Do you want to know how to set up Metamask for Binance Smart Chain? read this article.
Trust Wallet is a popular wallet for smart devices. It supports DApps, NFT collectibles (with support), and in-wallet staking.
  • Open source for auditability
  • Backed by the Binance cryptocurrency exchange
  • Easily switch between several crypto networks
  • Includes networks by default
  • Includes in-wallet staking options
  • Has additional features such as NFT collection, BNB staking, and DApp access within the wallet
  • Language tied to phone settings
  • Limited DApps
  • Transaction notifications can be delayed
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MetaMask is a very popular browser-based wallet plugin that supports ERC20 (Ethereum network) and BEP2 & BEP20 (Binance Chain and Binance Smart Chain networks).
  • Open source for auditability
  • WEB3 capable on BscScan
  • A strong history of security and reliability
  • A large amount of how-to guides and resources online
  • Many tools and custom settings
  • Offers ETH purchases with Transak
  • Supports a very large number of languages
  • Is also available a browser plugin for desktop devices
  • Longer setup time than other options
  • Additional steps needed to use with Binance Smart Chain and PancakeSwap
  • Extra information and settings may confuse beginners
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