RMBits are inspired by the most famous Chinese characters in ancient Chinese literature and mysterious stories, including Journey to the West, Romance of the Three Kingdoms, Dream of the Red Chamber and others.





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the story of RMBITS

Each RMBit has its unique characteristics: its personality, appearance, costume, weapon and superpower. But most importantly, the story behind each character outlives the long history and embedded in thousands of people’s memories over generations, enriching them with the value of Chinese culture and people’s spirits. They are the ONLY NFTs that consist of the most well-known parts of the Chinese culture, modern arts, technology and innovation. Owning RMBits will also unlock your knowledge about the five elements in Yi Jing, the Chinese bible of fortune and luck, in the next phase of the project.

These RMBits relive the life of ancient heroes and heroines in the year of Metaverse. We welcome you as an owner of RMBits to join this epic journey and rewrite their legends of unlimited possibilities.

How does it work

A maximum of 888 editions will be minted for each RMBit of this original series. They are produced by IZBLU Labs, an affiliate of BOAX NFT Musee, which is backed by the Bank of Asia. IZBLU Labs reserves the right to skip editions of any characters but undertakes not to produce more than (888 Editions x 12 character)= 10,656 editions for the original RMBits series.




perks of ownership

The Owners of RMBits will be granted exclusive access to members-only benefits. Future areas and perks can be unlocked by the community through roadmap activation. As one roadmap goal, Owners of RMBits will be given access to an additional asset pack that include the full 3D model. Use it to render and animate your RMBits, or use as your avatar in the Metaverse.

FREE airdrop campaign

Our first release of RMBits #001- #002 editions were sold out within the first 24 hours. To thank the NFT community and RMBits supporters, we are giving away limited editions of mysterious NFTs for free! Simply follow these steps to be eligible:

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The Team


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milestones of RMBits

A Chinese proverb says “A thousand miles begins with a single step”. We have set up some targets for ourselves. Once we realize a target sell through percentage, we will start to make the RMBits universe a step closer to Nirvana.

“The divine root conceives, its source revealed; Mind and nature nurtured, the Great Dao is born.” – The Journey to the West.

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Qin Keqing 秦可卿

Married into the Ning branch of the Jia house, Qin Keqing is generally known as Qin Shi (Lady Qin). She was adopted from an orphanage and grew up to be an extremely attractive woman. Early in the novel, she contracts an incurable disease and dies when she is in her twenties. When she died she appeared in a dream to Wang Xifeng, warned her of the inevitable fall of the Jia house, and outlined measures for Xifeng to take to protect the Jias from irrecoverable ruin.


Chang’e is the Chinese goddess of the moon, best known for stealing an elixir of immortality from her husband, Hou Yi. What is the connection between Chang’e and the Mid-Autumn Festival? According to some stories, the day in which Chang’e fled to the Moon was exactly the 15th day of the 8th lunar month. In others, Houyi, in the hope that it might make Chang’e feel less lonely, started to place her favorite foods on the table and gaze into the sky every full moon, hoping to glimpse his wife. This type of offering remains a central part of the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival throughout Asia.

Zhuge Liang 诸葛亮

Zhuge Liang is a Chinese statesman and military strategist. He was chancellor and later regent of the state of Shu Han during the Three Kingdoms period. Liu Bei has spotted Zhuge Liang’s superior intelligence, talent and battle knowledge, and invited his to be an ally three times, after which Zhuge Liang agreed to the alliance. A modest and merciful warlord who cherishes his devoted followers, he is widely known as a benevolent and humane ruler, one who cares for his people and surrounds himself with great advisers.

Guan Yu 关羽

Guan Yu was a Chinese military general serving under the warlord Liu Bei during the late Eastern Han dynasty of China. His core characteristics include loyalty and expertise in martial arts with continuous moral cultivation. He shared a brotherly experience with Liu Bei on most of his exploits. His weapon the Qinglong Yanyue Knife (or “Guan Dao”). The weapon weighs 82 kgs, which displays the immense strength Guan Yu possesses.

Green Hat Pigsy (aka Zhu Bajie) 绿帽猪

Once a commander of 80,000 Heavenly Navy soldiers, Zhu Bajie was banished for misbehaviour and then transformed into a man-eating pig monster on the earth. When he became Tang Seng’s servant, he was a “troublemaker” due to his laziness, and propensity for lusting after pretty women. He is also a very powerful character that is capable of fighting against most devils throughout the journey. The primary weapon he uses is a “Nine-Tooth Spike-Rake”

Cheeky Smile Tripitaka (aka Tang Seng) 肉小唐

The central character from “Journey to the West”.
He is a young monk that is extremely kind-hearted, showing idealistic compassion with wisdom. Due to being highly benevolent, he is often easily tricked for the facades of the demons, who disguise themselves as humans. He is the leader of the Monkey King, Pigsy and Big Beard Sandy Monk.

Spidy Demon (aka Zhi Zhu Jing) 黑小蛛

Spider Demons are seven sisters, whose true forms are giant spiders. They cultivated themselves for a thousand years until they were able to take the human form. The seven spiders shape-shifted into seven beautiful young ladies with evil hearts, who wanted to eat the flesh of Tang Seng for immortality. Their abilities include spitting enormous spider webs, which can be used to trap their preys.

Little Stick Monkey King (aka Sun Wukong) 棒小圣

One of the main characters in the novel “Journey to the West”.
He is careless, vain, loyal and emotionally fragile, but also one of the most immortal and invincible beings in all of the creation possessing the powers of immense strength, the ability to travel through clouds, shape-shifting (72 transformations) and a giant stick that can expand and shrink on his command.

Princess Iron Fan (aka Tie Shan Gongzhu) 扇小主

Princess Iron Fan is a demoness married to the Bull Demon King. She possessed a magical Banana Leaf Fan, which could generate giant whirlwind that was capable of extinguishing the fire of the Flaming Mountains. Iron Fan is very powerful and manipulative, making the villagers living near the Flaming Mountains yield to her and praise her as a goddess.

Zhang Fei 张飞

Zhang Fei is another very well-known character in the novel “Romance of the Three Kingdoms”. He is a man of temperament, who has the same weaknesses as other ordinary citizens. Despite being bold, rude, and generally violent in his actions, he possesses integrity, wisdom, and courage. He is one of the most powerful characters in the novel. The weapon he uses is an eight-foot snake spear, which has a footlong shaft and an eight-inch-long tip.

Big Beard Sandy Monk (aka Sha Wujing) 闷小沙

Wujing was once a General in Heaven, however, due to his rage, he was punished by the Jade Emperor and exiled to Earth to be a man-eating demon. When he became Tang Seng’s servant, he transformed into a kind-hearted and obedient person loyal to his master. Among the three servants of Tang Seng, he was the most polite and logical character. His abilities & powers include high intelligence, 18 transformations, strength and politeness towards all creatures.

White Bone Demon (aka Bai Gu Jing) 空小骨

The White Bone Demon is a master of disguises. The demoness is very smart. She once manipulated Tang Seng and others into believing she was a human. Her main goal was to feed on Tang Seng to gain immortality. She is considered to be one of the most cunning demons in the novel.

Bull Demon King (aka Niu Mowang) 魔小牛

Bull Demon King had a long relationship with the Monkey King. In the early chapters of the novel, they became sworn brothers. Later in the novel, Bull Demon King fights with Zhu Bajie and Sun Wukong, revealing his true form of a giant white bull. His character is powerful and ruthless, striking fear in people.  

Hou Yi

Around the time of Hou Yi, there were 10 suns. The Jade Emperor told them that only one of them could play in the sky at a time. One day, however, all 10 Suns appeared in the sky at the same time, scorching the earth, destroying crops, and drying up the rivers and oceans. A skilled archer named Hou Yi saw the destruction and tried intimidating them with his bow. When it became clear that the suns wouldn’t heed his warning, Hou Yi started shooting them down one by one until there’s only one sun in the sky. Hou Yi is considered a man of righteousness, kindness, and sacrifice. 

Li Wan 李纨

Widowed shortly after marriage to Baoyu’s older brother, Li Wan exemplifies traditional Chinese womanhood. She came from a family who used to provide its young a well-rounded education. Li Wan was also raised on the doctrine: “Lack of talent, for women, is virtue” and was given a name that calls attention to the primary importance of needlework for a woman. So as a young widow she devotes her life to spinning and weaving besides taking care of her son.

Wu Gang

Wu Gang is commonly known as the Chinese Sisyphus because of a divine punishment which has led to him endlessly cutting down a self-healing osmanthus tree on the Moon. It’s been said that on Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival, when you worship the moon, you can still see and if you listen extra carefully, hear Wu Gang hacking down the tree. Wu Gang was described as careless, impatient, and hard to concentrate, but being condemned to an eternity of struggle without meaning still feels like a torture. Do you ever feel like Wu Gang? 

Lin Daiyu 林黛玉

Lin Daiyu is one of the principal characters of Cao Xueqin’s classic 18th century Chinese novel Dream of the Red Chamber. She is portrayed as a well-educated, intelligent, witty and beautiful young woman of physical frailness. One of the enduring images of Daiyu, often portrayed in Chinese art and re-enacted in Chinese operas, is that of Daiyu burying the flowers.

Xue Baochai 薛宝钗

Xue Baochai is one of the principal characters in the classic 18th century Chinese novel Dream of the Red Chamber. Described as extremely beautiful and socially graceful, Baochai is also very euphemistic, always cautious, never offending any important person.

Jia Yuanchun 贾元春

Dream of the Red Chamber hero Baoyu’s elder sister, Jia Yuanchun heads the quartet of the four Jia daughters. Her name means Cardinal Spring and sets the pattern for the naming of the other three. She is so named because she was born on the first day of spring. One of the most spectacular scenes in the novel is when Yuanchun is permitted to come home for a brief visit.

Jia Tanchun 贾探春

The third of the quartet of “Springs,” Tanchun (Quest Spring) is Baoyu’s half-sister and daughter of a concubine, A talented poet, she is the founder of the poetry club for inhabitants of Prospect Garden.

A shrewd and capable administrator, Tanchun proves to be more than an equal to Wang Xifeng in managerial skills.

Shi Xiangyun 史湘云

Xiangyun is the favorite grandniece of the Dowager, Baoyu’s grandmother. Orphaned as a child, Xiangyun grew up under the watchful eyes of her uncle and aunt. Lacking wealth and social connections, she lives in taxing reduced circumstances and relies heavily on needlework to earn her keep. Despite her misfortune, she is always cheerful and ready to play a small joke. Her cheer and open-heartedness make her pranks forgiven by most. 

Miaoyu 妙玉

Miaoyu is a young, beautiful but aloof Buddhist nun, compelled by circumstances to become a nun, and shelters herself under the nunnery in Prospect Garden. She have no alternative but to become a nun. So she always still regard herself as a girl in youth like other girls with youthful vigor, not a nun.

Jia Yingchun 贾迎春

Daughter of one of Dream of the Red Chamber hero Baoyu’s paternal uncles, Yingchun (Welcome Spring) is the second of the quartet of “Springs.” Born of a concubine, she represents a sharp contrast to Jia Tanchun who is also the daughter of a concubine Neither a poet nor a house manager, Yingchun’s lack of distinction has led others to nickname her Blockhead the Second.

Jia Xichun 贾惜春

The youngest of Dream of the Red Chamber hero Baoyu’s female cousins, Xichun (Cherish Spring) is the fourth of the quartet of “Springs.” A devout Buddhist, she is religious and also a gifted painter.

In spite of her tender age, however, she reveals a definite preference for the religious order early in the novel.

Wang Xifeng 王熙凤

A not-so-well educated upper class woman with finesse, Wang Xifeng is also known as “Peppercorn Feng”, also “Hot Pepper”. She is a niece of Lady Wang and is married to Jia Lian, the eldest grandchild of Grandmother Jia. As such she plays a significant role in the day-to-day running of the Jia household; in fact, she is the de facto head of the family.

Jia Qiaojie 贾巧姐

Daughter of Wang Xifeng, Qiaojie was initially called Dajieer (Daughter Number One). She was sickly as a child. During the peasant woman Liu Laolao’s visit to the Prospect Garden, Xifeng asks her to bless her daughter with a name. When Liu Laolao learns that Dajieer was born on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, she suggests that Dajieer be named Qiaojie.

Liu Bei 刘备

Liu Bei is one of the greatest leaders in the history of China. He started his career as a peddler and made his way up to leading an empire to become one of the Three Kingdoms.
He is famous for his humility, generosity, loyalty, charity and kindness. One of his key characteristics includes spotting and recruiting the right talents for achieving his goals by winning their hearts. His weapon is the double-stranded swords which are extremely sharp and heavy.