Sending ADA from a Trust wallet to Binance account

Please help how to send Ada from my Trust wallet to Binance,
it is saying insufficient network funds, how to get network funds?

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Got the same thing going on…

Any one able to assist on this issue?

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As long as you are trying to send more than 1 ADA (to ensure you have enough ADA to cover the transaction fees) then this is probably a problem with Trust Wallet.

Assuming you do have enough ADA to cover that transaction fees, you either need to contact Trust Wallet for a fix or if you have the recovery phase, restore your funds in another wallet (eg Daedalus) and send the funds from there.

Thks Erikd
I hav enough ada,
it is saying (insufiecient BNB to cover network fees)
I even bought bnb , but still it is not working.

Sending from Trust Wallet to Binance, requires BNB? That sounds like a Trust Wallet issue.

Trust Wallet is not Cardano compatible. You somehow obtained wrapped ADA on Binance chain BEP2 or BEP20. In order to send them to another BEP2 or BEP20 address on Binance or BEP compatible wallets you need BinanceCoin BNB which is needed to pay the fees on Binance Chain.
(You cannot send them to a Cardano adress which starts with β€œaddr”)
Try sending BNB to Trust, the fees should be taken from these when you send the wrapped ADA to Binance.
Found this explanation here (reddit link)

β€œβ€œTry sending BNB to Trust, the fees should be taken from these when you send the wrapped ADA to Binance.””
Thnks MosDos
I have BNB in Trust, still saying " insufficient BNB to cover network fees"
I spoke with Trust support this is what they said

" Your Smart Chain address on the app is what we are asking.
I already mentioned this on the previous emails.
You need to have some BNB on your Smart Chain address in order to do transactions.
What is your address? We will send you some for the fees.
Here is how to get the BEP20 address on the app: said give us your BEB20 smart chain address and we will deposit fees there."

did that still waiting