BRISE FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS.

The decision which has been made to rebrand and relaunch the ApeUSDC project on the Bitgert (BRISE) Network is going to mean we need to learn a few new things.  This page gives your all the information you need to make sure you can get yourself set up to invest.  It is a great opportunity to broaden your knowledge of the crypto space outside of the BSC Network as we jointly participate in the growth of of our project on this exciting new chain.  BRISE is the fastest chain in the market with a capability of 100,000 transactions per second and also the cheapest as gas fees are effectively zero.

SETTING UP METAMASK WALLET AS ALTERNATIVE TO TRUST WALLET

BRISE is still new to the market which has the benefit of exciting growth potential but the downside of not yet being available on all platforms (including Trust Wallet).  A wallet application is like a web browser and does not actually hold your assets - it simply lets you see your assets on the blockchain.  You can view your wallet address in more than one wallet application in the same way you can use different browsers to see the same website.  We recommend the Metamask Wallet which can be configured to see your assets using your Trust Wallet recovery phrase.

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ADDING OTHER NETWORK CHAINS TO METAMASK WALLET

The Metamask Wallet is by default an Ethereum Wallet (ETH) which means when it is first installed it does not show either the Binance Network or the Bitgert Network.  These networks need to be manually added so you can see all your assets.  It is possible to add new networks manually or use a service called Chainlist which automates this process once you connect your wallet.

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ADDING CUSTOM ASSETS TO METAMASK WALLET

If you are going to use Metamask Wallet only to view your BRISE assets (such as ApeUSDC) then you do not need to add all your current tokens (but you can if your like).  If you are familiar with adding custom tokens to Trust Wallet then this process should be familiar to you.

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BRIDGING FROM BINANCE BNB TO BITGERT BRISE

Moving assets from one chain to another is called bridging and it works similar to making a normal trade.  You connect your wallet holding one asset (say BRISE you have purchased on BSC using Pancakeswap) and swap it to another asset (say BRISE on the Bitgert Network).  Effectively what you are doing is selling one asset and buying another without any token taxes and the only charge is the gas fee.  The Bitgert Bridge allows you to move assets between BSC and Bitgert with available coins being BRISE, USDT and USDC with all swaps being 1 : 1.

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TRADING ON THE BITGERT NETWORK

Buying and selling on the Bitgert Network works the same way as it does on BSC.  Most BSC tokens are traded on Pancakeswap either directly or via integrations with other sites as this is the DEX (Decentralised Exchange) which holds the liquidity for the token.  We have selected TheSphynx as the DEX which we will use on the Bitgert Network and it works exactly the same way as Pancakeswap does - you connect your wallet to see your assets and you choose a token to trade with (BRISE) and a token to purchase (APEUSDC).

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BUYING BRISE ON EITHER BSC OR BITGERT NETWORKS

BRISE is available as a token on the BSC Network and is the native coin of the Bitgert Network.  To buy ApeUSDC you will need native BRISE in your wallet (which has been set up using the instructions above).  There are two ways of doing this - either purchasing BRISE using Pancakeswap on BSC and using the bridge to swap it for Bitgert BRISE or using the bridge to swap Tether from BSC to Bitgert and then purchasing BRISE on TheSphynx.

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