Rockwallet is the best way to get started with bitcoin. Our simple, streamlined design is easy for beginners, yet powerful enough for experienced users.

Cutting-edge security

Rockwallet utilizes the latest mobile security features to protect users from malware, browser security holes, and even physical theft. The user’s private key is stored in the device keychain, secured by Secure Enclave, and inaccessible to anyone other than the user. Users are also able to back up their wallet using iCloud Keychain to store an encrypted backup of their recovery phrase. The backup is encrypted with the BRD app PIN.

Designed with New Users in Mind

Simplicity and ease-of-use are Rockwallet‘s core design principles. A simple recovery phrase (which we call a recovery key) is all that is needed to restore the user’s wallet if they ever lose or replace their device. Rockwallet is deterministic, which means the user’s balance and transaction history can be recovered just from the recovery key.


  • Supports wallets for Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, ERC-20 tokens, Ripple, Hedera, and Tezos
  • The single recovery key is all that’s needed to backup your wallet
  • Private keys never leave your device and are end-to-end encrypted when using iCloud backup
  • Save a memo for each transaction (off-chain)

Bitcoin Specific Features

About Rockwallet

This repository is the Rockwallet Mobile repository for iOS, powered by a collection of Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile (KMM) modules codenamed Cosmos.

Cosmos breaks down into many modules that are bundled to produce a final Jar/AAR and Framework for mobile projects. Each module contains only code related to a single feature, helping keep the project organized and improving incremental build times.



  1. Clone this repository git clone [email protected]:rockwalletcode/wallet-ios.git --recurse-submodules
  2. Open the brd-ios/breadwallet.xcworkspace file in Xcode


Installation on jailbroken devices is strongly discouraged.

Any jailbreak app can grant itself access to every other app’s keychain data. This means it can access your wallet and steal your bitcoin by self-signing as described here and including <key>application-identifier</key><string>*</string> in its .entitlements file.


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