Wrapped Bismuth

Bismuth offers direct cross-chain compatibility in the form of Wrapped Bismuth. Mint or release wBIS across different protocols directly from the Bismuth Tornado Wallet, a light wallet that runs in your browser. It’s that easy.

What's the difference between BIS & wBIS?

Bismuth (BIS) is the native token operating on the Bismuth protocol, the first Python-based blockchain platform. BIS is used to cover operation fees, similar to how ETH is used to cover gas fees.

Wrapped BIS (wBIS) operates as ERC-20 and BEP-20 tokens, respectively on the Ethereum & Binance Smartchain protocols. wBIS can be converted to BIS at a 1:1 rate using a cross-chain bridge.

Bismuth Metrics

Mainnet BIS and wBIS share supply. Bridges seamlessly enable the minting (creation) & releasing (burning) of wBIS. When wBIS is minted, BIS is locked while wBIS is created. When wBIS is released, the opposite happens- BIS is unlocked, and wBIS is burned. wBIS is backed 1:1 by mainnet Bismuth, pro rata.

Price

$ 0.093677

Marketcap

$ 2,170,407

Circulating Supply

23,168,955

Cross-Chain Bridges

Bismuth has grown into a cross-chain ecosystem with the introduction of Bridges. Bismuth cross-chain bridges exist as Crystals, which are accessible from the Bismuth Tornado Wallet. Mint Wrapped Bismuth and access liquidity on other protocols easily.

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Ubiquitous Liquidity

Liquidity is a crucial facet of any token’s on-market presence. Bismuth offers growing & ubiquitous liquidity across all protocols accessed by cross-chain bridges, with initial liquidity financed by the Bismuth Foundation, and further liquidity provisioned through widespread liquidity incentives.

Open Access

Anyone can mint and release wBIS from within the Bismuth Tornado Wallet – an open-source, light wallet that runs in the browser. The cross-chain bridges are decentralized applications, and exist as optional Crystals (functionalities) from within the Tornado wallet.

Get Started

Download the Bismuth Tornado Wallet to mint and release wBIS