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Rebus Airdrop Review : Rebus is a Regulated Investment Platform

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About Rebus Airdrop 

Rebus Airdrop is trying to provide DeFi investment for traditional investors in a convenient and concise manner. They aim to implement the creation of a wide range of financial products tailored to the needs of TraFi Banks willing to offer crypto to their customers.

Rebus will be airdropping free REBUS to ATOM, OSMO and EVMOS stakers. The snapshot was taken on July 14th, 2022 and eligible users will be able to claim free REBUS starting from September 3rd, 2022. The WAX community will also be eligible for the airdrop with more details to be released in the coming weeks.

Rebus is a platform built to host blockchain applications (EVM) and native Vaults usable across multiple sovereign networks.

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Step No 1

Register for the Rebus Wallet Airdrop by creating an account.

Step No 2

Verify your email & log in to your account.

Step No 3

Take part in the referral program and invite 3 friends.

Step No 4

Join Rebus Wallet Airdrop on Telegram group & Telegram channel

Step No 5

Follow Rebus Wallet on Twitter & like/share the pinned tweet and tag 3 friends.  

Step No 6

Like/follow Rebus Airdrop on Facebook & like/share the pinned post.  

Step No 7

Submit your details to the Rebus Airdrop form. 


At Rebus Airdrop they duty is to provide DeFi investment for traditional investors in a convenient and concise manner. They aim to implement the creation of a wide range of financial products tailored to the needs of TradFi Banks willing to offer crypto to their customers. Step by step, the concept is as follows:


Traditional banking channels will play an increasing role in crypto investments.


As always, the banks will earn revenue from the rebates on the sale of products.

Crypto to Sell

They are responsible for creating crypto products that banks can sell.

Why Rebus?

Rebus Airdrop is a sovereign public blockchain in the Cosmos ecosystem, aiming to provide an environment for the deployment of interoperable smart contracts. The network serves as a decentralized, permission less & censorship resistant avenue for developers to efficiently and securely launch smart contracts using standard framworks.

Inter Blockchain Communication (IBC) and Interchain Account (ICA)

At the heart of the Cosmos ecosystem is the Inter Blockchain Communication Protocol (IBC) and then the Interchain Account (ICA), which sets the table for an interoperable base layer 0 to now be used to transfer data packets across thousands of independent networks supporting IBC/ICA. This enables Rebus smart contracts and Rebus Vaults to interoperate with all IBC enabled networks.

Cosmos SDK

The Rebus blockchain is built using the Cosmos SDK framework. A generalized framework that simplifies the process of building secure blockchain applications on top of Tendermint BFT. It is based on two major principles: Modularity & capabilities-based security.


Agreement on the network is reached via Tendermint BFT consensus. Tendermint BFT is a solution that packages the networking and consensus layers of a blockchain into a generic engine, allowing developers to focus on application development as opposed to the complex underlying protocol. As a result, Tendermint saves hundreds of hours of development time.


Rebus is built on top of Ethermint and bring with it the EVM/Ethereum compatibility.

Staking Rewards

When the staking (delegation) transaction is complete, rewards will start to be generated immediately on a block per block basis. At any time, stakers can claim their accumulated rewards, via their supported wallet.

Where do rewards come from?

Staking rewards are distributed to staked REBUS in two ways:

  1. Transaction fees – transaction fees collected on the Rebus Chain are distributed to staked REBUS.
  2. Newly distributed REBUS – New REBUS created through the network inflation is distributed to REBUS stakers with each subsequent block over the first 15 years of Rebus Chains operation.

Staking safely

Staking Rebus Airdrop is not risk-free. If a validator has downtime or underperforms, a percentage of REBUS delegated to them may be forfeited. This process is termed “slashing”. To mitigate potential slashing risks to stakers, they have provided a guideline to assist delegators in selecting a validator with a low risk of slashing

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