Cross-chain Messaging

Utilizing advanced technologies like end-to-end encryption, smart contracts, cross-chain relays, Zero Knowledge Proofs (ZK), and decentralized storage, the Dmail DApp delivers enhanced security and privacy in information and asset exchanges. This robust framework ensures absolute data confidentiality, preventing even the Dmail team from accessing user data, thereby affirming users' absolute control and proprietary rights over their information.

Additionally, Dmail DApp enables seamless information interactions across networks with Web3/Web2 email addresses, such as Gmail and ProtonMail, effectively addressing a key communication challenge in the Web3 infrastructure. This innovation provides Web3 users, developers, and Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) with a communication experience that is not only secure and private but also completely anonymous.

Sending and Receiving Protocols:

  • NFT Domain and Default Wallet Address: In Web3 email transmissions using Dmail, if the recipient's address is an NFT Domain or a default wallet address, a stringent dual verification process is initiated. This requires the sender to accurately input both the account and the Principal ID (PID), ensuring a unique match. This robust verification is designed to mitigate spam and unsolicited emails.

  • Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs): Dmail DApp presently supports over 20 leading DID domains. Users have the flexibility to designate their owned DIDs as their email addresses. When an email is sent to a DID, it reaches the recipient's Inbox if that DID is active. In cases where the DID is not yet activated, the email is securely stored in the inbox, awaiting the recipient to activate or log in with the specified DID.

  • Web2 Email Address Compatibility: The Dmail DApp facilitates two-way communication with conventional Web2 email addresses like Gmail and ProtonMail. This integration allows for seamless email exchanges where NFT Domains and default wallet addresses can be used as recipients for emails originating from Web2 platforms.

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