What is Rbit?

Privacy-centric, Non-data Collecting, Non-tracking, and Open Source

Rbit is essentially a cryptocurrency wallet with a heavy focus on Arbitrum and Arbitrum-based dApps.

It is privacy-centric, non-data collecting, non-tracking, and open source. The integration of live staking contracts within the wallet as a dApp wrapper, allows users to track their staking gains with their favorite projects staking protocols. This a feature that is sorely lacking from pretty much every other wallet on the market regardless of which chain it resides on.

Rbit is fundamentally similar to Metamask, but with many more features, some of which are groundbreaking technologies.

Why Choose Rbit?

Open source goodness

Many wallet apps are closed-source. Meaning you have no way of knowing what information is known about you to the developers. Particularly your private keys or seed phrases. Without even realizing it, your net worth could be at considerable risk to 3rd party tampering. One only needs to look at google search results to see many instances of funds disappearing from wallets without the user's permission.

Open source solves this, nothing is hidden, and all the code is out there permanently for the world to see. Bug fixes and improvements can be crowd-sourced automatically and vetted by the public before committal.

How staking works?

Rbit is the only staking app you will ever need. Period.

Integrating the staking contract into the wallet is not much different from approving a token for trading on Uniswap or another top exchange that you may be familiar with. The app simply finds your wallet entry point on chain with regards to the staking contract (available from the developer or the transaction history in the wallet) and then watches the inputs and output functions on the contract side, of which there are usually not many unique functions.

It is a wonder that this hasn't been implemented on a large scale before.


Road Map

Learn more about our awesome plans.

Phase 1
  • Launch on SushiSwap
  • Platform Development
  • Partnership with Influencers
Phase 2
  • Audit of Smart Contract
  • White paper completion
  • Platform Release
Phase 3
  • Major CEX Listings
  • V2 App Release
Phase 4
  • Partnerships with Corporations Announced
  • Major Marketing Plans