Mailchain Starts Supporting Web3 Domain Platform Freename
Mailchain, the firm building the novel Web3 interaction layer, has added support for Freename top-level domains (TLDs) and suffixes to its private web3 email mailbox. In the peer-to-peer private messaging application, Freename domain proprietors can now immediately interact utilizing their blockchain-minted names.
Digital names and identifying services are fundamental to Internet functionality and influence online communication. The present proprietorship paradigm, however, makes it challenging for individuals to acquire these names and IDs independently. Freename enables users to possess a blockchain-based TLD entirely and establish sites as Web3 creates new data ownership possibilities for users.
Mailchain’s email system facilitates simple, protected, and structured Web3 contact. The end-to-end secure network allows people and organizations to interact using their digital IDs. Via Mailchain’s Freename interface, anybody can transmit email and texts anonymously using their Freename address. Customers are able to establish a mailbox, record the wallet account the name refers to, and send direct messages to several blockchain wallets.
Mailchain is web3 messaging that resembles conventional email features. It was designed to help people coordinate their Web3 pursuits and correspondence without incurring any costs. Individuals can add numerous blockchain accounts and digital IDs to a united, confidential mailbox to share and receive communications.
Freename enables users to manage their Web3 IDs and register names with a Suffix. Using Mailchain, anyone can converse secretly, domain-to-domain and wallet-to-wallet, using their name.
Tim Boeckmann, President and Co-Founder of Mailchain, asserts that Web3 identifiers will support online communication and interaction. “Embedding a top-notch domain application such as Freename grants people ownership and hold over how they convey themselves and how their identity is utilized. It is a significant advance in attracting new people to Web3.”
“We are pleased to collaborate with Mailchain, who is providing genuine value to Web3 consumers,” says Freename’s chief executive officer, Davide Vicini. “Freename is focused on providing user-held Web3 Domains and TLDs with functionality, so allowing our customers to quickly communicate via Mailchain signifies a novel process for them to interact and construct their uniqueness.”