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Reunit Wallet

First truly omnichain wallet

Core Concept of Reunit

Reunit is the first truly omnichain wallet. This means that a user can, without necessary configuration, simultaneously send tokens from several blockchains at the same time, in the same transaction, in one click, in the direction of any other blockchain. The consequences of this revolution are enormous both for decentralized applications and for users :

  • For users, increased purchasing power and the possibility of using applications initially reserved for other blockchains.
  • For dApps, more volume, more liquidity, more transactions and the ability to attract users from other blockchains without making any changes

In addition, a wallet being one of the major gateways to DeFI and the world of crypto in general, a “dApp store” will be accessible directly from Reunit. Each user will therefore be able to search by category, discover and use decentralized applications without leaving their wallet, thus offering a new user experience completely redesigned for each of these applications.

How it works?

Reunit could not exist without the revolution initiated by LayerZero and Stargate Finance. Indeed, Stargate allows the transfer of stablecoins and other ERC20 tokens from one blockchain to another in a decentralized way with low fees. Reunit therefore uses this technology for all cross-chain operations.

In addition, for Reunit to work properly, a whole new architecture had to be thought out and designed to solve problems such as:

  • DApps usually use their own node which is connected to a single blockchain. So how can Uniswap, for example, display the cumulative balance (from all blockchains) of a user's USDC on its interface?
  • When it's not a simple ERC20 token transfer (where the information about the amount and the recipient is directly available in the transaction parameters), how to make the wallet know exactly how much will be spent in using a contract?

Reunit therefore injects its own node when a user visits any authorized dApps, so that it can intercept requests, decode them, and return if necessary (for example) the cumulative balance of all the blockchains.

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