$YAE is a cross-chain asset that can be used on the Ethereum blockchain (ETH) and on the Binance Smart Chain (BSC). If you’re a Metamask user, you can simply add a network to your configuration allowing you to switch between ETH and BSC easily.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to set up Binance Smart Chain mainnet. If you want to add a testnet configuration as well, you can refer to this article from the Binance Academy.
Let’s get started!
Open Metamask and navigate to the top section where the drop-down menu is.
Select Custom RPC and enter the following:
Network name: Binance Smart Chain
New RPC URL: https://bsc-dataseed.binance.org/
Chain ID: 56 (in case it doesn’t work, try 0x38)
Currency Symbol: BNB
Block Explorer: https://bscscan.com
Click Save and you can now select this network from the dropdown menu at the top.
Now, add $YAE to your custom list of tokens.
Scroll down until you see the Add Token button.
Click the Custom Token tab.
Enter the following:
Token Contract Address: 0x4ee438be38f8682abb089f2bfea48851c5e71eaf
Token symbol and Decimals will fill automatically with YAE and 18.
Click “Next”. Your Metamask is now configured to display YAE and to interact with the contract on the Binance Smart Chain
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Investing in YAE tokens involves the risk of a partial or total loss of the investment. There can be no assurance as to the liquidity of the tokens acquired during the offer, the existence of a secondary market for such tokens, the value of the tokens acquired during the offer, and the equivalent value of these tokens in foreign currency. The YAE tokens do not constitute financial instruments within the meaning of European regulations (MIFID) and do not confer any other rights than those described in our pitch deck and technical white paper. In addition, the regulatory framework applicable to the offer and to the tokens and the tax regime applicable to the holding of the tokens is not currently defined in certain jurisdictions.