press release. MailChimp’s recent decision to ban newsletter services for crypto businesses highlights the difference between Web2 and Web3 and the need for a strong communication bridge between both realms. In recent weeks, many crypto and NFT projects were suddenly told by MailChimp that – literally – the risk associated with their account was “too big to support sending”. The breadth of this comprehensive policy means that many of the most sophisticated and legitimate companies do not have a direct line of communication with their property owners. This opens a new paradigm of anonymous and encrypted wallet-to-wallet communication.
Some Web2 giants are nervous about their involvement in the fast-growing Web3 ecosystem. Often with emerging trends, there is a tendency to follow significant players. ‘Play and catch, we buy pioneering companies’; This has been universally true over the years, with the likes of Facebook acquiring platforms that offer a dynamic new solution or feature. However, buying a Web3 company represents a completely different dimension to many next-gen platforms due to the distribution of tokens and community participation.
Let’s say there’s a household-name technology company that’s experienced long growth in the Web2 era and faces a new Web3 regulatory framework that could impact its Web2 customer base. At this point, the company may be forced to take action to protect its piece of the pie. Whether it’s tokens or wallet-related behavior, these concepts can introduce new risks for Web 2 companies to contend with.
MailChimp has been very successful in the web2 arena, with a set of features designed specifically for web2 companies. However, they may take a cautious approach to newsletter distribution for crypto projects, acknowledging the limitations of the Web 3 platform. MailChimp can admit that expanding its scope can be problematic. Remember, when someone tries to do it all and spreads themselves too thin, they run the risk of undermining the core value proposition. Think about it – it was once the leading search engine, and because it tried to include so much, it lost significant ground to Google.
It’s hard to say what the math will be for MailChimp moving forward. Maybe they’re letting another platform ride this wave, or they’re primarily concerned with keeping a piece of the pie, or maybe they’re thinking about a new product offering. Web 3’s determination to eliminate companies is known, and as a result, these companies need a platform to embrace them. ethermail It is a platform that covers everything from scratch regarding production, legality and Tokinomics for Web3 users.
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Top platforms looking to explore collaborative synergies have already attracted interest. The team will be running betas with companies around the mail delivery and targeting their token holders in the coming months.
As the company grew, it focused on these Web3 companies left out in the cold by MailChimp. The team is building the products they need today. As the company is still in the early stages of development, the team has some operational flexibility; It means that Web3 projects can quickly build what they need, without the development of a legacy architecture. As a result, the team can accommodate them in a way that others cannot, providing a solution that is suitable for their needs and the location of Web 3.
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