What Web3 Issues That EPNS Is Solving
The Web3 infrastructure is an innovative one, as it boasts of incredible functionalities that will change the blockchain realm. Not minding that it is innovative, Web3 has been lacking some crucial aspects that have been ignored for a while. This is where EPNS comes into the equation. EPNS is bringing in the missing piece in the Web3 infrastructure.
Problems It Solves
Services expect users to repeatedly check their actions. The user experience in many Web3 platforms is not as seamless as users want. The users are forced to check their actions repeatedly which can be tiring.
The typical wallet address does not have access to alerts from any Web3 activity. In this fast-paced Web3 world, it is important that wallet addresses should easily receive alerts, thereby notifying the owner of the wallet of the activities that have occurred. EPNS is changing this.
A great deal of disconnection has been noticed, which has led to poor UX, communication, and engagement. Everyone craves a high level of user experience, and many Web3 platforms are not offering this. Users want to easily communicate and ask for solutions to their problems. All these and more are solved by EPNS.
The Solution EPNS Is Offering
EPNS has noticed these issues in Web3 and believes that if they are not solved, they may reduce the rate at which Web3 is adopted by others.
EPNS is churning out a decentralized middleware that can be used by any decentralized app, Web3 services, as well as smart contracts. This middleware will go a long way to improve its operations and services.
EPNS is content independent. The protocol is not allowed to choose what type of content is delivered to users. There is no censorship available within this protocol, which is exhilarating for users. It is solving the issues common in centralized bodies. It is only the services that can choose what to community to their users. Independence is crucial to EPNS.
EPNS is designed to be user centric, with the aim of satisfying the needs of clients. Users are allowed to opt in for alerts from the services they use. If an indirect consent is to be used, the service will have to reward the user first before it is allowed. Users win in all situations.
Alerts are designed to be incentivized. EPNS uses Staking by Service, which is Lend out to AAVE to generate interest that is later shared with subscribers of the service.
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