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Why do I need the RedWallet and How do I get the RedWallet?

If you’re reading this article, you’ve probably heard about Web 3.0! It is the next step in the web’s evolution. Like everything else, the web is growing, changing, becoming better.

Before I tell you to download the RedWallet and walk you through the steps in our video tutorials, I want you to understand the “WHY.”

You can skip to the end to learn how to download and install the app on your device.

So let’s dive in! -quickly.

In short, the next evolution of the web is here, and it is up to you to take advantage of it, whatever way it fits your lifestyle!

In the beginning, Web 1 created the foundation for everything you see on the world wide web. Web 1 started with static websites and crude forms. I’m sure you remember the dial-up days with slow connections and poorly presented websites. At the time, the primary goal of the websites was to make the information available to the general public. However, as servers improved, networks grew, and developers gained new skills, techniques, and technology, the shift from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 gradually happened.

Web 2.0 is the business revolution in the computer industry. Everything you’re using today, such as Google Maps, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, even this website, uses the technological advancements created in Web 2.0. This new phase of the web allows people to socialize across the world. Of course, companies also use your volunteered data to make money! Content creators make some money; you make, well, nothing, and data owners make the most! That seems a little unfair. But Web 3.0 is here to change that!

How’s Web 3.0 going to change things? It’s kinda simple.

Web 3.0 introduces a new set of technologies that’ll put users in charge of data rather than large corporations. As you know, usually whoever’s in power makes the decisions and has the potential to earn more money. I don’t want to use too many technical terms in this article; you can learn more about Web 3.0 in our other articles.

Fundamentally, Web 3.0 uses peer-to-peer networks such as Ethereum and IPFS to make the World Wide Web fair.

So what?

Well, Redline Blockchain is building a massive ecosystem for peer-to-peer transactions on a blockchain network called Polygon. In short, Polygon is a decentralized Ethereum scaling platform that enables our developers to create user-friendly solutions such as the RedWallet, NFT Marketplace, and others.

To access our products and solutions, you need to have your RedWallet. The process is straightforward. You download the app from the App Store, Google Play, or Chrome Web Store and go through the steps to complete the eKYC application. After about one business day, we’ll review your eKYC application and either approve you or ask you to submit a revised version of it.

What are we trying to do here?

We want to give you a set of tools that’ll help you take advantage of everything Web 3, blockchain, and cryptocurrency have to offer. Our safe, secure, and easy-to-use software enhances your ability to connect with others, monetize your digital and physical goods and services, and turn ideas and dreams into possibilities. And it all starts from the RedWallet. Just a reminder, get yours now if you haven’t done so yet. Complete the eKYC, so you are ready for the next phase! Plus, you can score some RLC while you’re waiting for our following product to be released. Where? Our Telegram channel, of course, where else?

So what does this give you?

Congratulations! You’re an early adopter of our RedWallet and a proud owner of 1 RLC! We are actively building our ecosystem. The RedWallet will enable you to connect to everything we’re building effortlessly and securely. For example, our NFT Marketplace (RedNFT Marketplace) will be live soon; check out our roadmap on RedlineBlockcahin.com. If you have completed your enrolment process, you’ll have quicker access. In short, the RedNFT Marketplace is a marketplace where you can reach a global community that you can connect to and sell your digital creations as NFT through RLC. In turn, you can convert your RLC to another cryptocurrency and cash it all out! Boom!

So how do you get this RedWallet and Complete the eKYC (Yes, please do it all together, so you don’t forget -all at one go!)

We have Android, iOS, and Chrome Web Store. Please follow the instructions based on the type of device you are using.

Android users can download the RedWallet from the Google Play Store and iOS.

  1. Go to play.google.com or Click on your Google Play App on your Android mobile device. 
  2. Search for RedWallet all in one word
  3. Click on the RedWallet app with the rabbit icon.
  4. Click on the install button.
  5. Follow the steps to complete the installation process.
  6. Click on create a new wallet.
  7. Choose a password and write down your secret recovery phrase in the correct order. (it is crucial to write down your Secret Phrase and keep it safe. It is the only way to gain access to your wallet in the future or on a new device. We don’t have access to your secret recovery phrase and can’t help you recover it.)
  8. Now enter the Secret Recovery Phrase in the same order as provided. 
  9. Now the eKYC process: Click on the Send icon in the middle. 
  10. Complete the form that pops up accurately.
  11. Please take a photo of your current government issues ID (Make sure it is not expired).
  12. Submit and wait one business day for our team to approve your request. We’ll contact you if there is an issue with your eKYC process. Please keep an eye on your messages. 

For Android users: take a look at our instructional video in English or in Spanish. We quickly go over the steps.

iOS users follow a similar path. 

  1. Go to your App Store on your iPhone.
  2. Search for RedWallet 
  3. Click on the RedWallet app with the rabbit icon.
  4. Click on the Get button.
  5. Follow the steps to complete the installation process.
  6. Click on create a new wallet.
  7. Choose a password and write down your secret recovery phrase in the correct order. (it is crucial to write down your Secret Phrase and keep it safe. It is the only way to gain access to your wallet in the future or on a new device. We don’t have access to your secret recovery phrase and can’t help you recover it.)
  8. Now enter the Secret Recovery Phrase in the same order as provided. 
  9. Now the eKYC process: Click on the Send icon in the middle. 
  10. Complete the form that pops up accurately.
  11. Please take a photo of your current government issues ID (Make sure it is not expired).
  12. Submit and wait one business day for our team to approve your request. We’ll contact you if there is an issue with your eKYC process. Please keep an eye on your messages. 

Google Chrome Web Store

  1. Go to chrome.google.com
  2. Search for the RedWallet 
  3. Click on Add to Chrome
  4. Navigate to the top right side of your Google Chrome Window
  5. If the Rabbit icon is not visible, click on the puzzle icon and pin the RedWallet icon so you can easily access it.  
  6. Click on the white Rabbit icon and start creating a new wallet if you don’t already have one. 
  7. Click on create a new wallet.
  8. Choose a password and write down your secret recovery phrase in the correct order. (it is crucial to write down your Secret Phrase and keep it safe. It is the only way to gain access to your wallet in the future or on a new device. We don’t have access to your secret recovery phrase and can’t help you recover it.)
  9. Now enter the Secret Recovery Phrase in the same order as provided. 
  10. Now the eKYC process: Click on the Send icon in the middle. 
  11. Complete the form that pops up accurately.
  12. Please upload a photo of your current government issues ID (Make sure it is not expired). You can take a picture of your ID with your phone and save it to your desktop for easy access. 
  13. Submit and wait one business day for our team to approve your request. We’ll contact you if there is an issue with your eKYC process. Please keep an eye on your messages.