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What is the Recipient CryptoAddress?

Updated: Feb 5

Your recipient in the destination country has to install a wallet that can work with the Binance Smart Chain (BSC). Assuming that your recipient has a smartphone, he/she has three choices:

Installing any of these wallets is straightforward, but making the wallet chosen to recognize ROKS may not be simple. In the case of Mathwallet, the recipient has to choose the Binance Smart Chain (BSC) during setup, and then tap "Add Assets". In the "Add Assets" screen, tap the search box. The search box appears. Tap the search area and type "ROKS". ROKS should then appear as the single entry in the search result. Tap the "+" button to the left of ROKS to select it. Now the Mathwallet is ready to receive ROKS tokens.

The recipient has to send the CryptoAddress generated by Mathwallet to the sender (who is in the source country). First, to display the CryptoAddress in Mathwallet, while in the main screen, select ROKS under "Token". In the ROKS screen, tap the "Receive" button. In the "Wallet Address" screen, the cryptic address appears; to copy this address simply tap "Copy the Address". Finally, paste this address in a chat in Messenger (or some other app, like Facebook private message) to send to the sender.

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