In-chat transfers for Binance Coin is now supported

We’ve told already ADAMANT is not just a regular messenger, it is a decentralized messaging-platform that includes complete cryptocurrency transfer integration.

In June ADAMANT Team had finished integration of Ether transfers In-Chat, and that was only a first step. Moving through the Roadmap, we’re happy to announce that the ADAMANT Messenger platform now supports in-chat Binance Coin transfers.

Binance coin (BNB) is a token launched by the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange Binance, and can be used to get privileges on it. Considering the importance of BNB, the support of this token becomes a starting point on the way to all of ERC20 tokens integration to the ADAMANT platform. We chose Binance Coin taking in account that ADM token is in process of choosing exchanges to be listed on, and such an integration allows to understand better how exchanges work.

As well as in case of Ether transfers, BNB transfers are user-friendly and convenient. This simplistic feature should benefit even friends and relatives looking to send and receive secure and instant payments.

How In-Chat Binance Coin transfers work

To send BNB in-chats, you will need to top-up your BNB wallet in the ADAMANT Messenger. You can do this casually by transferring BNB from any other wallet (such as MyEtherWallet) or exchange (e.g. Binance). You can find your Binance Coin wallet address on the “Wallet” tab and copy it by tapping on the “Copy” icon.

To make a BNB transfer:

  • Open a chat with a person you want to send a payment to;
  • Click the “Plus” sign to the left of message input field;
  • Choose “Send BNB”;
  • Enter amount and confirm your transaction;
  • That’s it!

Note: ERC20 token transfers need Ether to pay networks fees due to the architecture of the network. So to make BNB transfers you need some ETH to pay network fees.

Absolutely Secure

Binance Coin support in ADAMANT Messenger is implemented with the same principles as Ethereum support — using this feature is completely secure, only you own your wallets in your ADAMANT account. Read the explanation here: How ETH transactions in ADAMANT Messenger work.

Security is our top priority, so not long ago we’ve finished internal security audit and run First Security Contest. An independent security audit will be the next step.

Feedback is always welcome. More features coming soon.