The Wombat App
The Wombat App was first released in June 2019 and has been downloaded over 1.5 million times across the Android, iOS and Chrome platforms. Gamers signed over 30 million transactions on supported blockchains and the Wombat App has been integrated as a preferred login method by over 70 partner apps.
The Wombat App allows gamers to easily onboard into the world of blockchain-based games and their assets, which includes private key backups, simple ways of treating and swapping NFTs, fiat on- and off-ramps by other regulated providers, and much more.
At the time of writing, Wombat supports the following blockchain networks:
- BNB Chain
Wherever possible, Wombat simplifies the experience when using these networks. This includes paying for network transaction costs (on networks like EOS, WAX, Telos), free account creation and automatic, user-driven backup of private keys.
The Wombat App currently features a monthly subscription model (“Wombat Prime”) which allows users to sign 10x as many transactions daily on blockchain networks supported with free transactions in comparison to an unsubscribed user.
The Wombat App serves as a non-custodial wallet for its users. Private keys are stored securely on the user’s device and can be retrieved and stored by the users themselves. In addition to that, the Wombat App offers automatic backup of private keys using the user’s Dropbox or GDrive account.
The wallet part of the Wombat App also serves as the place to store and manage cryptocurrencies across all supported blockchains, including ERC-20 tokens.
The Wombat App includes a Dapp Explorer for users to be able to access and interact with decentralized apps (“Dapps”) on any of the supported blockchain networks. This is achieved by supporting open authentication standards like Web3, Scatter or Anchor.
This makes assets held within Wombat automatically interoperable across any Dapps supporting those assets.
Dapps supported by the Wombat app include:
and many, many more.
Wombat includes its own place to view and perform basic interactions with NFTs across blockchain networks - the NFT Gallery.
The NFT Gallery serves as the central inventory of NFTs and their value.
It also allows users to transfer or burn NFTs (if allowed by the NFT) or to put them up for sale on a default marketplace (at the time of writing, OpenSea or AtomicHub).