tBTC unlocks Bitcoin on DeFi.

Put your Bitcoin to work, without CeFi.

tBTC is the first decentralized Bitcoin to Ethereum bridge. tBTC is built on top of the Threshold Network, a merger of Keep Network and NuCypher.

Privacy-focused infrastructure for the public blockchain.

The Keep network allows private data to be used on public protocols without sacrificing confidentiality.

True decentralization.

Keep is the only protocol that is truly decentralized. “Keeps” are off-chain containers that allow contracts to use private data without exposing the data to the public blockchain.

Security without compromise.

The Keep network stores data with the highest level of encryption. Keep and tBTC have been audited by the strongest firms in the ecosystem.

Governance Forum

Read the latest community proposals and cast your vote

Proposal: Keep and NuCypher Hard Merge
Proposal: Keep and NuCypher Hard Merge

March 8, 2021

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T6 Token Proposal
T6 Token Proposal

May 11, 2021

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Proposal: Migrate the KEEP/ETH Pool 2 fr...
Proposal: Migrate the KEEP/ETH Pool 2 fr...

June 5, 2021

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Featured Coverage


Keep Network unveils v2 specs for tBTC protocol

The second iteration of tBTC is expected to require stakers to only lock up Keep rather than both Keep and ETH, alongside introducing changes to its wallet-generation mechanism. The protocol allows users to tokenize their Bitcoin for use on the Ethereum network.



‘Keanu’ Explained: What It Means to Merge Two Ethereum Projects

Two encryption projects, Keep and NuCypher, both running on the Ethereum blockchain, have begun discussing what they are calling a “hard merge,” codename: Keanu. Crucially, this would be a merger of their protocols’ functions and communities, not of their companies.


The Block

Keep Network, NuCypher teams pitch protocol merger on the Ethereum blockchain

Development teams for Keep Protocol and NuCypher are proposing an on-chain merger in a network first for Ethereum.


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