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It works exactly the same. The ticker may still show up as ETH, but it is referring to the same baseline currency of the network you're interacting with. In the case of BSC, that's BNB. The question is a bit vague. What do you mean by "currency"? That can mean many things in the cryptocurrency space. I will continue my answer assuming you are ...


To add to Lauri Peltonen, the smart contract that own new token must have a function that allow him to handle this token, if not they are lost.


In general, you can send tokens to any address and it will go through. The only exceptions are if the token implements safeTransfer functionality, which first makes sure that the receiving address is capable of handling the tokens - but most tokens don't include such safety measures. Furthermore, contracts have no idea when they have received tokens, and ...

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