Mailchain Adds Support for Ethereum Name Service Domains to Its Web3 Email Platform

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On the heels of its public launch, Mailchain enables users to create a Web3 email inbox with their personalized .eth address for direct, wallet-to-wallet communication.

Mailchain, the company building the multi-wallet communication layer for Web3, adds support for Ethereum Name Service (ENS) domains to its secure email platform. Following the recent public launch of its Web3 inbox, Mailchain users can now send and receive messages directly to their blockchain wallets by using their .eth identities.

The Ethereum Merge ushers in a Web3 renaissance with a new enthusiasm from blockchain users and developers. Kicking off a new era for Web3, the influx of users can enjoy the more entertaining aspects of blockchain development, such as gaming and NFT communities. But to step beyond those niches and fulfill its promise of creating the new internet, Web3 requires a robust and organized communication infrastructure for a wide range of industrial use cases, a prerequisite for its success that has been sorely underdeveloped.

Mailchain solves the Web3 organization problem by offering a platform on which users can send messages securely and harmoniously between multiple blockchain wallets. Through Mailchain's ENS integration, anyone can privately correspond via their personalized domain name. Any user with an ENS domain can now simply register the resolving wallet address in Mailchain, unifying communications for multiple wallets to one secure inbox. As the most widely adopted crypto wallet naming service on the market, the open-source, non-profit ENS project has emerged as a pillar of Web3 identification. Mailchain empowers the wider Ethereum and Web3 communities of users, projects, creators, and DAOs to relay vital developments and news in one user-friendly platform.

Mailchain’s open-source, web-based application enables secure and easy communication and organization in Web3. Designed to resemble and function like traditional email, Mailchain’s users can send and receive wallet-to-wallet correspondence through their personal blockchain addresses. The platform operates with no charge or gas fees, creating an accessible communication layer for multiple blockchain wallets in one private inbox.

“Email is still the most fundamental way to communicate online, and our inbox leads the charge on fostering meaningful and secure Web3 messaging,” says Tim Boeckmann, CEO of Mailchain. “Integrating ENS domains into the Mailchain platform is a vital next step to position our project as a gateway to onboard more users into the Web3 ecosystem.”

“Mailchain integrating ENS to its platform represents a new way for our user community to effectively communicate with each other,” says Khori Whittaker, Executive Director at ENS. “ENS is part of the basic infrastructure of Web3, and we welcome innovative and exciting projects that help expand how users can utilize their domains.”

About Mailchain
Mailchain is the new communication layer for Web3. With one simple, elegant inbox, users can send and receive private messages using public blockchain addresses. Teams and individuals can receive notifications about their on-chain activity and communicate with any identity, on any protocol. Projects, DAOs, exchanges and protocols integrating Mailchain can directly communicate with their users, wallet-to-wallet. For more information, please visit

About Ethereum Naming Services
ENS is an open-source project managed by a non-profit organization. The organization views ENS as a public good, a basic piece of internet infrastructure that serves not only the blockchain community but also potentially the whole Internet.

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