On the 27th of September, EPNS announced that they were rebranding to Push Protocol via Twitter. This news marks the beginning of a multi-chain communication era, paving the way for Push Protocol to become the web3 communication standard.
With this development, the EPNS network is changing its identity beyond the Ethereum platform. Every form of execution and operation is not changed, but the action signifies the start of web3 decentralized communications.
The platform has achieved its initial aim of incorporating push notifications on the ETH platform. Since its integration in the first month of this year, it has fueled over 17 million notifications.
Now with more attention on web3, Push Protocol is pushing towards flexibility to solve decentralized communication issues. To be deemed long-term, this communication protocol wants to adapt to shifting settings, continuously meet user demands, and support simple modifications.
Users are assured that they will still receive notifications, only under a different name. Furthermore, the protocol’s sole native token, the $PUSH token, will continue to support the platform and incentivize users and owners.
Rebranding to Push Protocol was crucial to fulfilling the original aim of EPNS, which was to be a flexible protocol. With the new protocol, feasibility and interoperability with all kinds of technological infrastructure have been improved.
According to the platform, there had never been a method to allow native communication between wallets in reaction to on- and off-chain data before Push. A fragmented Dapp ecosystem was the end consequence, bound together by outdated and centralized networking ecosystems.
The platform applauded and thanked supporters, builders, community members, advisers, and users who have been with them since they launched two years ago in the thread’s concluding paragraphs. The feedback and comments under the thread were positive, with several people praising their efforts.