How to manually add Wakanda Inu (WKD) token to Trust Wallet

by Johnson Daniel
How to manually add Wakanda Inu (WKD) token to Trust Wallet

The newly launched decentralized meme token, Wakanda Inu which has gained worldwide recognition, has grown massively pulling members from around the world, packing enough momentum to match the growth.

After the first couple of hours after its launch, this token experienced significant growth in its price from launch, upward by over 1200% turning some people into millionaires in a couple of hours.

Since the Wakanda Inu launch, the unprecedented market response and the massive community growth  has been a clear indicator of the people’s belief in the idea:

  • In its decentralized crowd sale of the Wakanda Inu token ($WKD) on the 6th of November, the project raised almost $1 million in Binance coin (BNB)
  • As of press time, the $WKD token has undergone significant growth in its price from launch, upward by over 1200%
  • $WKD currently has a locked liquidity pool on Pancakeswap with 4200+ BNB ($2,600,000)
  • Wakanda Inu coin has seen a consistently massive daily trading volume ranging between $8 million and $15 million per day, unprecedented volume for a newly launched meme coin
  • $WKD organically garnered 28,000+ holders in 72 hours, a new record in the crypto space

With all this, not holding this token might look like a crime. At this moment, WKD is currently listed on at least 8 exchanges with the likes of Flitaa, Roqqu and Pancakeswap being amongst them.

Let’s not forget Trust Wallet, the multi-coin wallet acquired by Binance in 2018 that allows you to store, send, receive and exchange different cryptocurrencies with a single account. You can also acquire, store, send and receive Wakanda Inu token with Trust Wallet, but you can’t get access to a WKD token wallet without having to go through some procedures.

In this article, we are going to look at how we can successfully add Wakanda Inu (WKD) token to Trust Wallet, and without any further ado, let’s go through the steps.

Steps to manually add Wakanda Inu (WKD) token to Trust Wallet

Launch your Trust Wallet app, look at the top-right corner of your screen and tap the sign beside ‘Collectibles.’ Scroll down and tap ‘Add Custom Token,’ then fill in the following information:

  • Network: Smart Chain
  • Contract Address: 0x5344C20FD242545F31723689662AC12b9556fC3d
  • Name: Wakanda Inu Token
  • Symbol: WKD
  • Decimals: 9

Tap ‘DONE’ to successfully add this token to your Trust Wallet. Now, you can send and receive WKD tokens to your Trust Wallet.

You can join the Afro-centric Wakanda Inu social revolution via any of the following channels:

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