How To Sell Lucky Block Token On Trust Wallet

by Rajitha Reddy

Lucky Block wants to make a global lottery where people use Blockchain protocols and work on the Binance smart chain.

The goal of Lucky Block is to make gaming more fair and transparent by making a lottery where everyone has a better chance of winning, giving token holders a good way to invest their money, and helping the community.

It costs a lot to run a lottery, which could affect sales and how prizes are made and paid out. If a lottery can cut costs, there will be more money for big prizes and new technology, which will benefit the players in the end.

How to Sell Lucky Block Token on Trust Wallet?

To sell the Lucky Block token on the Trust wallet, you must first swap the Lucky Block token for BNB on PancakeSwap, and then convert the BNB to the Stable coin BUSD. After that, you can take money out of Binance in fiat currency.

Lucky Block tokens can’t be sold directly on Trust Wallet like other big cryptocurrencies can. First, you have to trade Lucky Block for BNB, and then you can sell your BNB on Trust Wallet.

Steps to sell Lucky Block token on Trust Wallet:

Step 1: Go to the Trust Wallet and sign in.

First, use your mobile app to sign in to your Trust Wallet Account. Make sure that you have enough Lucky Block tokens to trade.

Step 2: Click on DApps.

To swap your Lucky Block token, go to the DApps option, which will be in the bottom right corner of your mobile screen if you are using the Trust Wallet mobile app.

Step 3: Look for the option called “PancakeSwap.”

In the list of DApps, look for PancakeSwap. To trade your Lucky Block token, choose PancakeSwap. After you choose PancakeSwap, it will take you to the PancakeSwap website.

Note: When you get to the PancakeSwap page, look in the upper right corner. There will be a symbol that you can click on to see if it is a Smart Chain or not. If it doesn’t, choose Smart Chain from the list.

Step 4: Choosing BNB to trade

Most of the time, BNB is the first choice to swap with. If any other crypto is listed, click on it, and a list will appear. Choose BNB from the options.

Below the box, there will be a down arrow (). Click on that. This will switch where Cake and BNB are on the list. The BNB will go down and the cake will go up.

When you choose “Cake,” the app will ask you for the token you want to trade. Type in Lucky Block’s address, which is listed below: i.

The contract address for Luck Block is 0x2cD96e8C3FF6b5E01169F6E3b61D28204E7810Bb.

After you type in the address, the Lucky Block option will appear. Choose that.

Note: Only write the contact address; don’t write Lucky Block.

Step 5: Type in the number of lucky blocks you want to swap.

Now, you’ll be asked to type in how many Lucky Block tokens you want to swap. Enter the amount and check the exchange rate of the cryptocurrency you’re using to trade Lucky Block.

Note: When you enter the amount of Lucky Blocks, the BNB value will appear in the box next to the BNB option.

Step 6: Finish the process of swapping.

Click the button that says Swap. The page will ask for confirmation again. To finish the process, click on the Confirm Swap button. Wait a few minutes to see if the amount you swapped has been added.

Now that you have changed your Lucky Blocks for BNB, you can sell them on Trust Wallet.

Step 7: Exchange BNB for a stable coin.

The first step is to turn the BNB into a stable coin. To change BNB into BUSD, which is a stable coin, go to the Trust Wallet and click on the Dex button. Then, select BNB from the drop-down menu.

Step 8: Enter the amount, then click “Withdraw.”

You have to type in how much BNB you want to exchange for BUSD. When you’re done, click the Swap button.

Then you have to choose BUSD and click on Send to Withdraw.

Now, a pop-up will appear asking you to fill in the “Recipient’s address.” You can also scan the QR code on the screen.

Step 9: Putting down the BUSD

Now, go to your Binance account and click on the deposit button. Choose BUSD as the currency you want to use to make a deposit.

Make sure you are in the “correct network” on the “exchange” and copy the “Binance receive/deposit address.”

Step 10: Finish the Switch

After you copy the deposit address from your Binance account, go back to where you were on your Trust Wallet page.

Paste the address you just copied into the “Recipient’s address” box and keep going. The BUSD amount will now be sent to the “Binance centralized exchange wallet.”

Step 11: Take the BUSD out of your Binance account

Once the money is in your Binance account, go to your account and click the “Withdraw Fiat” button in the upper right corner.

Now, the page will ask you to choose the fiat currency in which you want to withdraw. Then you have to type in how much BUSD you want to take out.

At the end of the page, you will be asked to enter the bank information. There will be a section called “beneficiary” where you can “add a new card.”

Enter the number on your card to finish the process. The money will be sent to your bank account this way.

How long does it take to trade a Lucky Block for a BNB?

It will only take a few minutes on Trust Wallet to swap a Lucky Block token for a BNB. In very rare cases, it can take up to Hours.

Because Trust Wallet is a simple platform, exchanging the Lucky Block token for BNB is a pretty easy task.

The Swapping process only takes a few minutes, but it might take a little longer for the transaction to be approved and the money to show up in the Trust Wallet.

Why Can’t I Swap Lucky Block With BNB?

On PancakeSwap, there are times when you can’t swap a Lucky Block token for a BNB. When you click the Confirm Swap button, you see an error message.

In that case, reduce the number of Lucky Blocks you want to trade and try again to trade them for BNB. If the error message comes up again, it means that the token is still locked and can’t be used.

You have to wait a while and start the process over from the beginning. The swapping won’t be done until the token’s market value is unlocked. The user can’t do anything until it’s opened.

Wrap up

This article tells you everything you need to know about how to swap or sell Lucky Block tokens on Trust Wallet.

On Trust Wallet, it’s easy to swap a Lucky Block token for a BNB, but sometimes mistakes happen during the swap.

When the swapping process doesn’t work, users are told to try again with less Lucky Block.

If it still doesn’t work, that means the token’s liquidity is still locked, and the user has no choice but to wait until it’s unlocked.

They can try to trade their Lucky Block token again later by following the same steps. The process usually only takes a few minutes and doesn’t cost anything.