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Frequently asked questions
Creating a BSC token is relatively easy, especially if you are using a development platform like BakerySwap or Trust Wallet. These platforms provide templates and tools that can help you to create your token without having to write any code.
There are typically 5 simple steps involved, which consist of choosing your development platform, configuring and funding your wallet, and finally creating and deploying your token.
Binance Smart Chain (BSC) is an open-source, high-throughput, parallel-chain infrastructure for executing smart contracts. It is a layer-2 blockchain that is designed to be compatible with the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM). This means that developers can create dApps and other smart contract-based applications on BSC that are interoperable with Ethereum.
BSC is designed to be more scalable than Ethereum. It is also more energy-efficient This is because it uses a PoSA consensus mechanism instead of PoW. It has a large active community of developers. Finally, it's compatible with EVM making it easy to create Ethereum-interoperable tokens and dApps.