Send And Receive Cryptocurrencies
How to use Lead Wallet application to send and receive cryptocurrencies
After you successfully created or imported your wallet backup phrase to Lead Wallet application, you will be able to Send or Receive cryptocurrencies directly from the very beginning. The process is very straightforward from the main page.
This is the main wallet page. Tap Receive
After you tap Receive, you will be asked which coin or token you want to receive to your Lead Wallet application.
Use the search bar to specifically find a token you want to receive or scroll down the list
After you select the token you want to receive, you will be able to see your wallet address and your wallet address' QR code. Simply tap on the wallet address to copy-paste it to your clipboard
You can tap your wallet address to copy-paste it to the clipboard. You can also tap the Share button to share your wallet address to other applications
If you want to send your crypto from your Lead Wallet application to another address, the process is also fairly straightforward. From the main wallet page, just tap Send. You will be asked which coin or token to send. Once you select the token to send, you will see this interface (I will use Binance Coin as our example)
The send page for BNB (Binance Coin)
Here, you simply need to paste the recipient's wallet address or simply tap the scan QR code button (next to the word Paste) to scan the recipient's wallet address' QR code. Enter the amount and choose the transaction fee (whether you want to pay more to send the transaction).
Tap Send and wait for blockchain confirmation. Upon successful transaction, you will be able to see the successful confirmation alongside the posted tx hash for you to double check with your favorite blockchain explorer.
You can also customize the gas fee with Advance Mode if you want to send the transaction faster or if you want to save your gas fee.
If you tap on Advance Mode, you will be able to choose your own gas price, gas limit, as well as Nonce
Advance Mode is recommended if you know what you are doing. More advanced traders typically use advance mode in order to pay more gas (to increase the transaction speed) or to decrease gas fee (to save costs).