You may have heard the rumors but now it is time for the official announcement: we are super stoked to announce and soft launch our new Monero wallet - RINO!
The first of its kind, RINO is a new type of Monero wallet: non-custodial, enterprise-grade, based on multisig. Non-custodial means there is no way for RINO to spend your money - the necessary keys to send funds stay under your control. Enterprise-grade means hardened security features such as 2FA and wallet sharing with fine-grained permissions between several users. To do this, RINO leverages 2-of-3 multisig, if you want to learn more just head to the website!
While there are already several great wallets out there that support Monero, RINO is something entirely new yet still complementary to existing ones. For all the situations where you want that extra bit of 2FA security without the inconvenience of a cold or hardware wallet, RINO is exactly what you need. The spending control features allows for community projects to set up shared wallets that can be controlled by multiple users. It’s also a vital feature for enterprises and institutions - so we’ll be going after the big players next!
Right now, we’re in beta and just releasing a stagenet version as the issues identified with Monero multisig currently prevent us from launching a mainnet version. Shout-out to the expert contributors who are working hard to finalize these multisig fixes! As soon as it becomes possible, we’ll go live with our mainnet version. In the meantime, we’re keen to get your feedback if you feel like having fun with our stagenet version.
We’re also offering support as great as we provided with XMRto: fast, reliable and friendly.
You can contact us here on Reddit or via email@example.com
Finally, to all the community members who helped us beta test RINO already: thank you for all your comments and feedback, it has been invaluable!