unlimitedapps.eth documentation

wallet whitepaper (1.1)

The following documentation articulates the composition and operation of the unlimitedapps.eth wallet and its system of arbitrage from the perspective of its governance. The functionalities and allocations of this token collection are subject to change as deemed necessary.


unlimitedapps.eth is a web3 dApp collector/consolidation portfolio that accumulates web applications and associated digital assets. This portfolio consists of contract holdings engaged with the creation and acquisition of web3 infrastructure. A decentralized system of governance is maintained for each ongoing contract to leverage and regulate operations.

Transactional Flow:

The transactions of unlimitedapps.eth revolve around the process of floating web3 applications through digital asset collectors to decentralized token exchanges. The wallet arbitrages within the integration of tokens onto decentralized exchanges, and provides early transactional flow for dApp assets. In exchange, unlimitedapps.eth retains a collection of tokens with their own respective liquidation protocols.


  • Token Allocation

Through continuous engagement in numerous joint-venture transactions, unlimitedapps.eth gradually accumulates and distributes digital asset tokens. These tokens are either composed through existing digital property undergoing tokenization or are received as a distribution of existing launched tokens.

  • Token Distribution

After allocating a set of tokens to distribute, unlimitedapps.eth will execute transactions with collectors to build a set of stakeholders, who will sell their stakes as allowed by a liquidation protocol through decentralized exchanges.

  • Triangular Arbitrage

To account for market variability, unlimitedapps.eth exchanges between dApp tokens, utility tokens, and flat/stablecoins to regulate the transactional process between partnerships. 

  • Drip Liquidation Protocols

Token distributions are embedded with liquidation protocols which allow for detailed flows of liquidity based on the terms of a stake with other participants. This style of distribution allows for healthy decentralization of assets, ideally avoiding rapid manipulation of pricings.