This is confusing me a lot. Basically if you have a metamask wallet and have some BNB there, and you use PancakeSwap for example, even if you convert the BNB into ETH or BTC, it won't be the real counterparts but rather the Binance pegged versions.
So that means converting BNB into ETH, you will get B-ETH that lives on BSC that's pegged to a real ETH. If you use Uniswap, it doesn't support BSC, right?
Then the only true way to convert these Binance pegged tokens into real tokens on Ethereum network is to use the Binance bridge?
Is there any other way to do this? Seems extremely limiting and confusing because the Swap platforms all use the same logos and it makes you think you are getting a real ETH, and tranferring this to a wallet like Exodus that doesn't support this type of ETH, will make these stuck in that address no?