As we enter the Web3 era, there is a huge potential to build on the existing setbacks by developing products and services at the intersection of Web3 and email.
Emails are an essential component of our everyday lives, but the old structure is no longer suitable for use in today’s privacy-centric environment.
EtherMail is the only solution in the Web 3 sector that enables web3 enterprises to send rich, relevant material directly to their asset holders based on blockchain-synced real-time information.
It was founded by serial entrepreneurs Shant Kevonian and Gerald Heydenreich in late 2021. The technology enables self-updating mailing lists for community newsletter distribution based on current smart contract data and assists businesses in proactively mitigating the risk of communication theft by alerting users in advance of breaches and dangers.
The first Web 3 email solution, EtherMail, has established a new standard for anonymous and secure wallet-to-wallet communication.
Companies may deliver rich, pertinent content directly to the owners of their assets via EtherMail, based on information that is synced with the blockchain in real time.
EtherMail compensates users for reading pertinent emails in their inbox and offers completely anonymous P2P communication.
Since user interaction is so crucial in the financial and gaming/NFT industries, helpful decentralized applications have become increasingly prevalent.
For instance, NFT investors might want to get in touch with a holder of an NFT they want to buy directly and privately rather than making a public offer.
DeFi applications are another instance that may seek to warn or educate its users about governance choices, and weaknesses, or offer general updates.
It is now feasible to send emails to a public Ethereum address courtesy of EtherMail, and it would be simple to email all cryptocurrency holders.
EtherMail is committed to incentivizing users while also emphasizing end-to-end encryption for data privacy, one of the most urgent problems in contemporary society.
The EtherMail team sees the Web 3.0 era as a chance to entirely privacy-centrically rebalance the email inbox power equation.
Gartner has estimated that 60% of major enterprises will utilize one or more privacy-enhancing computing approaches by 2025.
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