The BitKeep wallet, a decentralized multi-chain Web3 DeFi wallet, announced that it has surpassed 10 million users as of April despite experiencing multiple hacks. The company added 560,000 new user accounts in March through collaborations with well-known blockchains such as Arbitrum and Sui.
BitKeep’s Successful Arbitrum Campaign
BitKeep launched ARBK during its Arbitrum campaign, which resulted in 708,800 on-chain transactions and was airdropped to over 100,000 active campaign participants. ARBK could be traded for Arbitrum’s native token, ARB, and it topped Arbitrum’s ecosystem popularity chart with 150,000 token-holding addresses and an interaction volume of 330,000.
BitKeep’s NFT market performed well, trading the highest volume on BNB Chain and having the most active wallets on Polygon. It also reported $28,000 daily transaction volume on Arbitrum, second only to OpenSea.
“BitKeep was listed as a recommended wallet on DappRadar and added 80 new DApps to its integrated DApp browser, including Maverick Protocol, Defina, TinyTap, Pyme, and Sociogram.”
BitKeep is working on features related to Web3 DID and has plans to support the ZK-Rollup ecosystem. It was hacked twice last year, losing a total of $9 million, and pledged to compensate all victims by the end of March. Recently, crypto copy trading platform Bitget led a $30 million fundraising and announced that BitKeep will rebrand to ‘Bitget Wallet’.