Mailchain, the new communication layer for Web3, launches the first secure, multi-wallet email solution. Using Mailchain’s Web3 inbox, users can now send and receive messages using their blockchain addresses, in a similar way to sending emails.
Web3 represents a huge leap forward in the evolution of the internet. But where core technologies like blockchains and smart contracts are well into maturity, Web3 communication is still in its infancy. Users cannot easily send and receive messages from their blockchain identities. Most communication happens through instant messaging, social media, and community servers. Keeping track of valuable, relevant information, such as NFT mints, DeFi positions, and DAO votes across these channels can become overwhelming, confusing, and pose a privacy risk.
Mailchain makes secure and easy Web3 communication a reality. Designed to resemble and function like traditional email, users can create an end-to-end encrypted Mailchain account using any personal blockchain addresses for no charge or gas fees. The ability to connect multiple wallets to one inbox creates a private hub for Web3 activity.
Mailchain users, whether creators, collectors, investors, or DAO members, will never miss the messages or context that matter. Projects integrating Mailchain can communicate directly with intended audiences, wallet-to-wallet, and ensure updates are not buried or lost across disparate channels.
“Web3 is growing fast,” says Tim Boeckmann, CEO of Mailchain, “And we’re excited to solve the biggest problem that exists around communication today. People can now email natively. Artists can reach their collectors. DAOs can reach their members. DApp developers can reach their users. All creators, all communities, all of Web3—finally connected and communicating in context.”