How to use @burger_swap

It's a bit more complex than setting up UniSwap primarily because BEP20 wallets aren't the standard right now. However, it's way faster and cheaper to use. So let's make some $BURGER money.
First, go to MetaMask.io and install the Chrome extension. Note, I usually use Brave. It caused some issues for me. Just use Chrome.

You'll now want to create a wallet. Notice at the top right that it's on Ethereum. We need to change that. Next tweet.
Click the arrow next to that main Ethereum network and let's add a new network. Details of that network are:

Network Name: BSC Mainnet
New RPC URL: bsc-dataseed1.binance.org
ChainID: 56
Symbol: BNB
Block Explorer URL: bscscan.com
Your wallet is ready. Now you need BNB in that wallet. Like other blockchains, BNB has multiple protocols. You need BNB on BEP20 in your MetaMask wallet. The easiest way to get it? Just buy BNB on Binance and withdraw from there. Copy your MetaMask address over.
Now that you have money in your wallet, it's time to connect your wallet on BurgerSwap.org and swap your BNB for other tokens. If you've used UniSwap, this should be familiar.

This caused issues for me on Brave as it defaulted to Brave and I couldn't choose MetaMask.
You can find contract info on BSCScan. Here's the one for BURGER. bscscan.com/address/0x75ca…
The final step is to get rich. At least, that's what @CryptoMessiah told me.

Major shout out to @spartanprotocol for his tutorials on his Medium. Check those out for more in depth processes. medium.com/@spartanprotoc…

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16k target on this guy. Preliminary 2nd degree pivot at the low. Could get the same on 3rd degree next week. Exact same pivots were noted on a higher degree on AMZN.
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We also dropped out of the log growth curves and recovered.

Broke above range median.
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Top to bottom, inputs, settings, and more.

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