According to the SLIP-0044 each coin should use unique coin type (a numeric ID) when generating addresses to be used in it's network. Recently, I was experimenting with using the same seed value to initialize wallets in both Ethereum (Metamask) and Binance Smart Chain (Binance Chain Wallet) networks and have found that both wallet applications have generated the same first address. However, this shouldn't be possible (according to the BIP-44), because each wallet should use different coin type numeric value to derive the address.
Does Binance Smart Chain use the same coin type as Ethereum, effectively violating the BIP-44 and SLIP-44?
Actually, the SLIP-44 lists a coin type
BNB coin and