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Some Trust Wallet security questions..

I will be deleting this post once I get some clarification on things so I don’t get bombarded by scammers that think I’m dumb enough to send them my seed phrase.

I’m planning on making a little SafeMoon Hodler Security Guide and I want to make sure I have these things straight.

1. I checked my wallet approvals on bscscan.com/tokenapprovalchecker and have three approvals (all routed through Pancake Swap): two contracts for PancakeSwap token and one for SafeMoon. Am I good to revoke these three approvals? I don’t plan on buying more SafeMoon for a little while.

2. To revoke these approvals, is this a safe and effective guide to doing so? https://community.trustwallet.com/t/how-to-quickly-see-revoke-the-bsc-addresses-authorised-to-spend-your-tokens-with-trust-wallet/82564

What do you think?

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