Open, ENS-based Registry
For decentralized access to public keys and delivery services for secure communication.
You can easily expand your user base by sending messages between different messaging services.
Lean and simple
Designed to be lean and simple, providing essential features without unnecessary complexity.
Users can decide for themselves what service they want to use to send and receive messages.
Secure, decentralized messaging with interoperability across different blockchain ecosystems.
Super easy integration
Easily integrate decentralized messaging into your existing web3 or web2 application and enable safe communication for your users.
Beyond the end-to-end encryption of all information, connection information in the
dm3 network can be anonymized similar to the Tor network.
Help to drive the adoption and development of the dm3 protocol and support the growth of a decentralized and scalable messaging infrastructure.
The dm3 protocol complies with the demand for a decentralized web3 messaging protocol that offers seamless end-to-end encryption for security and preserving privacy and anonymity both for the sender and receiver of the messages. How the dm3 protocol works is a true game-changer because it is built on a lean architecture to avoid unnecessary complexity. The open network of delivery service nodes provides a reliable platform for communication without any central point of control or failure. The protocol utilizes the Ethereum Name System (ENS) as central but decentralized, blockchain-based registry to enable sender and recipient to find each other's public keys for encryption and signature verification and information where to deliver messages.
The dm3 protocol is scalable by design. The dm3 ecosystem is capable to manage hundreds of millions of messages. But what makes dm3 unique is to provide an interoperable messaging infrastructure, allowing decentralized messaging across different ecosystems. With the embedded widget components, messaging functionalities can easily be integrated into existing web2 or web3 applications.
The user isn't any more restricted to a closed ecosystem or forced to run several different messaging applications but can interconnect with different apps, protocols, or services.
That's why we've initiated the Messaging Interoperability Initiative. Its aim is not to replace successful solutions but to connect. A healthy diversity in messaging solutions is good for the users – they can decide self-sovereignly which solutions or messaging ecosystem fits best to their needs and preferences. The dm3 protocol enables secure communication across ecosystems, without compromising security or privacy or trusting an intermediate.
Do you want to see our web3 messaging protocol in action? With our reference implementation, the dm3 app, you can see the future of messaging for yourself.