This tutorial will show you how to deploy a contract from BSCScan onto the Binance blockchain. We will be using the ERC20 token contract from BSCScan as an example. First, you will need to have a Binance account and some BNB in order to deploy your contract.
If you do not have a Binance account, you can sign up here. Once you have logged in to your account, go to the “Smart Chain” section of the website and select “Deploy Contract.” Next, you will need to fill out the form with your contract’s details.
For our example, we will be using the following: – Contract Name: ERC20 Token – Contract Symbol: ERC20 – Decimals: 18 – Total Supply: 10000000000000000000000000 After you have filled out the form, click “Submit.” You will now be able to see your contract on the Binance blockchain!
How to Find Your Contract on Bsc Scan
1. Go to the BSCScan homepage and log in.
2. Click on the “contracts” tab at the top of the page.
3. Find your contract address in the list of available contracts.
4. Click on the contract address to view its details.
5. Scroll down to the “ABI/JSON Interface” section and click on the “Download ABI” button.
6. Save the ABI file to your computer and then open it in a text editor such as Notepad++ or Sublime Text.
7. Find the “contractAddress” field in the file and copy its value. This is your contract’s address on Binance Smart Chain (BSC).
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How to Connect to The Binance Blockchain
Assuming you have already registered for a Binance account, the first step is to log in and click on the “Funds” tab at the top of the page. Next, click on the “Deposit” button next to BTC in the list of currency options. On the Deposit page, select “Other Blockchains” from the dropdown menu. You will then be able to see all available blockchains that Binance supports. Select “Binance Smart Chain” from the list.
Now that you are on the Binance Smart Chain deposit page, there are a few things you need in order to connect your wallet and begin making deposits. First, you will need to add the BSC network to your MetaMask wallet by following these instructions: https://metamask.io/docs/connect_wallet#1-install-metamask . After adding the network, copy your MetaMask smart contract address (this can be found under settings->Details->Copy Address).
Next, head over to BSCScan (https://bscscan.com/) and search for your smart contract address in the top right-hand corner search bar. Once you have found your address, click on it to open up your wallet information page. On this page, scroll down until you find your “BEP20 Token Balances” section and click on the blue “View Tokens” button.
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How to Deploy Your Contract onto Binance
Assuming you have your contract compiled and verified on BSCScan, the next step is to deploy it onto Binance.
First, head over to the Binance Smart Chain Network (BSCNET) tab and select the network you want to use. Then, click on the “Deploy Contract” button.
Enter the contract name, bytecode, and abi. The abi can be found on BSCScan under the “Contract Information” tab. Make sure that you copy over the entire abi, as it is necessary for interacting with the contract later on.
After filling out those fields, scroll down and select “Create2” from the dropdown menu next to “Constructor Method.” This is necessary as Create2 addresses are used on Binance rather than regular Ethereum addresses.
In the field below, enter in any initial values that your contract may need such as an ERC20 token address or a value in wei. These values will be passed into your contract as part of its constructor function.
Then, click on the “Estimate Gas Limit” button to get an estimate of how much gas will be needed to deploy your contract. Make sure that you have enough BNB in your wallet to cover this cost!
Once you have everything set up, go ahead and click on the “Submit” button to deploy your contract
How to Test Your Contract on Binance
Now that we have our contract code and ABI, we can test it on Binance. To do this, we need to do the following:
1. Go to the Binance Smart Chain mainnet faucet and get some test BEP2 tokens.
2. Create a new account on Binance with your test BEP2 tokens.
3. Go to the “Deploy Contract” page on BSCScan and select your contract file and ABI.
4. Enter the amount of gas you want to spend on the transaction and submit it.
5. Once the transaction is confirmed, go to the “Contracts” page on BSCScan and search for your contract address.
6. Click on your contract address and then click “Interact with Contract”.
7. Enter the amount of test BEP2 tokens you want to send to the contract and submit the transaction.
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If you’re looking to deploy a contract from BSCScan onto the Binance blockchain, there are a few things you’ll need to do first. In this article, we’ve outlined the steps you’ll need to take in order to successfully deploy your contract. By following these steps, you’ll be able to get your contract up and running on the Binance blockchain in no time. So what are you waiting for? Get started today!