Connect Your Wallet to CorgiSwap

You've made a wallet and gotten your BEP20 tokens, now you just need to connect your wallet with CorgiSwap and you're good to go!

Check out the steps below for how to connect each of our recommended wallets to CorgiSwap.


To connect Trust Wallet follow the steps below. Note that Android and iOS devices do not use the same steps!


  1. Open Trust Wallet and tap the DApps button on the bottom of the screen.

  1. Scroll down to "Popular" and tap on "CorgiSwap". You can also find it in "Exchanges".

  2. A new page will open with the CorgiSwap logo and some information. Tap the Connect button.

  3. CorgiSwap will open up. If you see a Connect button in the top-right tap that and tap Trust Wallet from the list.

If you find you are unable to connect at step 4, go back to the DApps menu and find "CorgiSwap" again. Using "Corgi Swap" from the "History" section may result in the same problem.


To connect to CorgiSwap through iOS, Trust Wallet have prepared a detailed guide on using WallteConnect.

Read the Trust Wallet guide to connecting to CorgiSwap via WalletConnect.


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Desktop/Web Browser wallets

Chrome and Firefox

  1. Open MetaMask and click on the network selector at the top. By default it will show "Ethereum Mainnet". Scroll down and click Custom RPC.

  2. A window will open. Type in the details below.

    Network Name: Binance Smart Chain New RPC URL: Chain ID: 56 Currency Symbol (optional): BNB Block Explorer URL (optional):

  3. Make sure you've typed everything in correctly and click Save. Binance Smart Chain will now be one of your network options.

  4. Visit the CorgiSwap website. In the top right corner you'll see the Connect button. Click it.

  5. A window will appear asking you to choose a wallet to connect to. Click MetaMask (it's the top option on the list).


Download MetaMask (Automatically detects browser) MetaMask Setup Guide

Remember - NEVER, under any situation, should you ever give someone your private key or recovery phrases.

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