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Polygon’s infrastructure now has a communication system working with Web3

Push Protocol, a decentralized network for communicating that used to be called Ethereum Push Notification Service, is now on Polygon’s PoS chain (EPNS).

Cross-chain notifications and messages are used by the network to make it easier for decentralized applications, wallets, and services to talk to each other. Users can connect their wallets to the protocol’s app and get alerts about events that happen on the chain.

MakerDAO, Uniswap, and Aave, which are all well-known DeFi protocols on the Ethereum network, use its services right now.

Harsh Rajat, CEO and co-founder of Push Protocol, says that the company’s recent name change shows that it has decided to move into a world with multiple chains. Rajat said, “The launch of Push on Polygon is the first of many blockchains our platform will ultimately expand to, bringing an opt-in, native, censorship-resistant option to Web3 users everywhere.”

Since its first launch on Ethereum mainnet in early 2022, the company has gained close to 60,000 subscribers and sent out over 17 million notifications through 100 channels.

Jump Capital led a $10,1 million token round for Push in April of this year. Tiger Global and several other large venture capital firms also took part.

Saurabh Sharma, who is in charge of investments at Jump Capital, said in a statement that launching on Polygon by Push Protocol would make the Web3 ecosystem less dependent on Web2 notification systems.

“Making communication native to the Web3 ecosystem and severing reliance on Web2-powered notifications means crypto users will benefit from improved UX [user experience], which in turn will drive adoption and use of Web3 tech,” he said.

The Push network gives the Web3 ecosystem “much-needed functionality,” as Polygon co-founder Sandeep Nailwal put it.

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