Are you tired of missing out on high-quality airdrops and other important on-chain opportunities? Are you concerned about your ENS username and domain expiring without your knowledge? If so, Earnifi and Mailchain have a solution for you! With their new feature, you can receive personal notifications about on-chain opportunities that matter to you. This article will cover everything you need to know about this new feature, from what it is to how to set it up and use it effectively.
On-chain opportunities refer to various activities that can be performed on the blockchain, including airdrops, NFT claims, POAPs, and other exciting web3 opportunities. However, with so much happening on the blockchain, it can be challenging to keep track of everything. That's where Earnifi and Mailchain come in. They have developed a new feature that allows users to get personal notifications about on-chain opportunities that matter to them.
The ENS ecosystem has been missing a crucial feature for a long time - the ability to receive notifications when your ENS names are about to expire. This feature is essential because it ensures that you don't forget to renew your names, preventing someone else from registering them and potentially taking your established identity from you.
Earnifi is your personal opportunity hunter that notifies you about eligible claim opportunities. Earnifi has already shipped over $203 million in valuable claim notifications for users who subscribe! It has been selected as the notification solution for alerting ENS domain owners when their usernames are due to expire. With Earnifi, you can find all your eligible airdrops, claimable NFTs, allowlists, POAPs, and expiring ENS registrations.
Mailchain is the new communication layer for Web3. It allows users to send and receive private messages using public blockchain addresses. Users can receive notifications about their on-chain activity and communicate with any identity, on any protocol. Mailchain also provides teams and individuals with secure communication to other Web3 identities, such as .lens, .nft, .dao, etc.
Setting up ENS expiry notifications using Mailchain and Earnifi is straightforward. Here's how to do it:
Earnifi and Mailchain have made it possible to get notified about on-chain opportunities that matter most to you. With the ability to receive personalized notifications about expiring ENS names and domains, users can prevent potential losses and maintain their unique identity in the Ethereum ecosystem. Setting up to receive ENS expiry notifications is easy and can be done in just a few simple steps. Don't miss out on any more on-chain opportunities, sign up with Earnifi and Mailchain today.
What is Earnifi?
Earnifi is an on-chain opportunity finder that has shipped over $203 million in claim notifications. This powerful tool helps users find and claim eligible airdrops, claimable NFTs, allowlists, POAPs, and expiring ENS registrations.
What is Mailchain?
Mailchain is a communication layer for Web3 that allows users to send and receive private messages using public blockchain addresses. Users can communicate with any identity on any protocol through a unified web3 inbox.
How does Earnifi work with Mailchain?
Earnifi uses Mailchain to send notifications to ENS domain owners about their expiring usernames and domains. Users can easily register their ENS addresses with Mailchain and start receiving notifications about on-chain opportunities.
Why is it important to receive notifications about expiring ENS names and domains?
ENS names are essential for establishing a unique identity in the Ethereum ecosystem. Losing an ENS name can be disastrous as it can be registered by someone else, leading to a loss of identity and potential financial losses.
Can I still receive notifications if I don't have an ENS name or domain?
Yes, users can still receive notifications about other on-chain opportunities such as airdrops, claimable NFTs, allowlists, and POAPs even if they don't have an ENS name or domain.