Unnecessarily Hard Process

The transaction withdrawal is the most flawed thing on this app there is no way a new comer can get out of this infinite loop. I have more than enough ETH AND BNB to allow for my transactions amd still it says I have insufficient amount. I needed my coins out ASAP but you’ve made it completely impossible to do this.
I’m pretty sure this is a problem everyone has. Can’t we just have transaction fees deducted from the coin we have. And please resolve this issue it’s frustrating.

Hi @Rohanfarrukh,

The Trust Wallet app is a non-custodial (decentralized) wallet. You are transacting directly with the blockchain. Unlike exchanges, they can deduct the network fees from the coins/tokens that you withdraw since they are a centralized one.

To better assist, please provide us the following information:

  1. Trust Wallet app version (open the app, go to the settings of the app and press “About”, take a screenshot, and attach it here)
  2. ETH address in the Trust Wallet app
  3. Screenshots of the wallet

Basically I wanted to transfer my USDT back and you can see in the screenshot I’ve added my USDT wallet as well as my BNB wallet.

BNB Wallet: bnb16m3v284tuw3z4uruvu4093fdkk45prq9h4hmyr

USDT Wallet:
0x1Ae6025Fa8dc14A6248c5336D30aC19a6B170e53

The ETH wallet:
0x1Ae6025Fa8dc14A6248c5336D30aC19a6B170e53


The ETH that you have right now is a BEP20 token, not a native ETH: Address 0x1Ae6025Fa8dc14A6248c5336D30aC19a6B170e53 | Etherscan

You can deposit it back to Binance as BEP20 (BSC) then withdraw it as Ethereum (ETH ERC20). Or use the Panama Bridge by Binance: Binance Smart Chain | Binance Bridge | Binance Panama

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