Introducing the FIRST OFFICIAL MAJOR Release from RiveX, the SUPER-DAPP WALLET — RX WALLET
A full overview of the RX Wallet desktop version, including a setup guide
What is the major backbone of the RX Wallet? What is its goal and what does it want to ultimately achieve?
RX Wallet is the core product and release for the RiveX ecosystem. It intends to bridge and integrate DAPPs not only from Wanchain but also from other ecosystems such as Ethereum, EOS, Binance Chain, Tron, etc.
For example, WRDEX is a DAPP built on Wanchain but RiveX will also intend to integrate DEX from Ethereum, gaming DAPPs from EOS, etc so that all the DAPPs are stored and housed under one roof which is the RX Wallet.
The people behind RiveX strongly believe that asset interoperability and adoption can be fully achieved via a user friendly and seamless usage with multiple DAPPs from different ecosystems all in one wallet, under one roof— the RX Wallet!
RX Wallet (Desktop) is the official RiveX foundation wallet, supporting a variety of assets including RVX, ETH as well as ERC-20 and WRC-20 tokens.
Send and receive digital assets directly from your mobile device with a simple user-friendly wallet, or store your assets long term.
Store a variety of different native assets, with more to be added in future.
The first feature of RX Wallet has WRDEX built-in which allows users to exchange assets in a decentralized manner from within the desktop wallet. RX Wallet gives you a way to seamlessly manage and exchange your assets securely, all from one application.
WRDEX will allow you to exchange your assets from within your desktop wallet.
Seed Phrase Support:
RX Wallet supports the industry-standard 12-word seed phrase which can be used to login to other wallets in the ecosystem.
Backup your wallet with your seed phrase or import existing ones.
All your accounts are backed up using this seed phrase instead of needing separate keystore files or exposing your private keys for each account.
Writing your seed-phrase on a piece of paper and storing it safely out of sight is far safer than saving digital copies of your private keys or keystore files.
Two-Factor Authentication Support:
Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) adds another security layer to your wallet beyond your password.
With 2FA enabled, you will be prompted to enter your 2FA code to do transactions, keeping your funds more secure on your desktop wallet.
Google Authenticator and Authy can be used during setup to scan your 2FA QR code. A backup token is displayed during setup which should be saved somewhere safe in case you lose your authenticator device.
Upcoming Trezor and Ledger Support:
Trezor and Ledger hardware wallet support will be added in a future release, this takes your security to the next level by allowing you to store your assets offline on a secure hardware device.
Upcoming RX Wallet mobile versions:
RX Wallet will be available on both iOS and Android versions. These mobile versions share similar functionality as the RX Wallet desktop version.
RX Wallet is a non-custodial wallet meaning you are in full control of your own keys. Nobody at RiveX will ever ask you for your seed phrase and it should never be shared with anyone under any circumstances.
RX Wallet will be the Super-DAPP of the RiveX ecosystem, with a new version already in the works. As RiveX builds and connects to more DAPPs, these will be accessible via the desktop and mobile versions, allowing you to connect to all your favorite DAPPs from within one application.
Multi-sig (up to 5 signatures) feature whereby transactions can only be initiated when it is approved by a minimum of 3 addresses.
How to use RX Wallet (Desktop)
A step by step guide on how to use the RX desktop wallet
If you installed any previous versions of the wallet, for example, during the testing phase, you will need to uninstall it and remove any remaining application data.
Follow these steps:
1) Perform a complete uninstall on any rx-wallet or rvx-wallet version you have from uninstall apps & features in windows settings 2) Remove C:\Users\<Username>\AppData\Local\rvxwallet-updater 3) Remove C:\Users\<Username>\AppData\Roaming\RX Wallet 4) Proceed to install the current release from the link below
1) Move RX Wallet to Trash and empty 2) Remove /Users/<Username/Library/Logs/RX Wallet 3) Remove /Users/<Username>/Library/Application Support/RX Wallet 4) Proceed to install
Download RX Wallet (Windows and macOS): https://www.rivex.io/wallet
Creating an account
Step 1. Once you have installed the wallet, launch it, and click Create a Wallet.
Step 2. Enter a name for your wallet and click the arrow.
Step 3. Read the warnings and click Got It.
Step 4. Write down your seed words in order and store them safely, do not lose these as you will lose access to your assets. Enter a secure password and click I have backed up my phrase.
*Warning* Make sure your seed phrase is backed up safely! Without it, you WILL lose access to your assets.
Step 5. Ensure the seed words you have written down are correct, then click Yes.
Step 6. Your wallet is now created, click on Confirm.
Importing a wallet
Step 1. Click on Import Wallet on the left, then click on Mnemonic Phrase or Private key, depending on the format of the backup you are wanting to import.
Step 2. To import an account using Mnemonic Phrase, enter a name for your wallet, followed by your seed words (in order, with one space between each word), followed by your wallet password. Click Restore to import your account.
Step 3. To import an account using a Private key, enter a name for your wallet followed by your private key in text format. Click Restore to import your account.
Adding assets to your wallet
Step 1. Click on the Basic Wallet tab on the left, then click + ADD MORE.
Step 2. Click on the asset you would like to add, you will be taken back to the previous screen. To add multiple assets, repeat this process clicking on assets you would like to add.
Step 3. Your assets have now been added, you are now ready to send and receive assets on your RX desktop wallet. Click on the asset.
Step 4. Click onReceive, this will reveal your wallet address for receiving your assets. Click on Send to send your assets to a different address.
Enabling 2FA and changing your wallet password
Step 1. To enable two-factor authentication, visit the Settings tab on the left, then click Enable 2FA. Follow the on-screen prompts to enable 2FA.
Step 2. To change your wallet password, enter your current wallet password followed by a new password. Confirm your password then click Change.
Accessing WRDEX via RX desktop wallet
Step 1. Click the WRDEX tab on the left, a warning screen will pop up. Make sure you read and understand the warnings, click OK to access the WRDEX.
Step 2. You are now able to trade via WRDEX from within the wallet.
We will be releasing various in-depth guides on how to use WRDEX once it goes live, as well as iOS and Android mobile wallets. Stay tuned for that!