Ethermail: An email integrated with cryptocurrencies



In the vast and complex universe of the internet and cryptocurrencies, EtherMail stands out as a significant innovation, committed to revolutionizing our interaction through email. By incorporating advanced Web3 technology, EtherMail goes beyond solving the recurring issues associated with conventional email services, ushering in a new chapter in the field of digital communication characterized by its security, anonymity, and decentralization.

Challenges of Traditional Email

Traditional email services rely on transfer protocols that have become obsolete over time, making them easy targets for phishing attacks and other forms of cyberattacks. Additionally, there’s the issue of spam, with inboxes overloaded with thousands of unread emails, many of which stem from aggressive marketing strategies. These tactics not only overwhelm the user but also raise serious privacy concerns, as many providers scan email content to fuel their advertising platforms.

EtherMail’s Proposal

In the face of these challenges, EtherMail proposes an innovative solution with its email platform, which prioritizes the privacy and security of its users. While blockchain itself is not a direct tool for sending encrypted emails, EtherMail uses this technology to create a secure environment where the identity and transactions between parties are kept protected and verifiable due to the inherent properties of the blockchain. This allows EtherMail to implement communication methods that guarantee anonymity and data security through advanced encryption systems applied outside the blockchain for message content, ensuring that only conversation participants have access to the exchanged content.

One of EtherMail’s most prominent features is its determination to eliminate spam and enhance the relevance of the messages users receive. Thanks to its integration with the Web3 ecosystem, EtherMail enables more effective and personalized message filtering, resulting in unprecedented user control over what reaches their inboxes. This approach not only improves the user experience by reducing distractions and informational noise but also strengthens security by minimizing opportunities for phishing attacks and other cyber threats propagated through unwanted emails.

Users have the option to receive advertising messages in exchange for money, meaning that advertising revenue is distributed between the user and the platform, unlike other services such as Gmail or Outlook where the benefit is solely for the platform and the user only receives the service in return.

It’s worth emphasizing that receiving paid advertising in email is optional.

Anonymity and Decentralization

Anonymity is another fundamental pillar of EtherMail. Unlike traditional solutions, where anonymous communication is nearly impossible, EtherMail provides a means for Web3 users and businesses to interact without disclosing unnecessary personal information.

Furthermore, EtherMail addresses the lack of “decentralized” email standards in Web3. In an environment where interoperability between dApps and conventional emails presents challenges, EtherMail aims to bridge this gap, facilitating seamless and secure communication across different platforms.

Funding Round and Airdrop

EtherMail has received at least $7 million in funding, part of which will be distributed among its early users.

In my opinion, it could be an interesting Airdrop, mainly because there aren’t too many users yet, so one might expect a higher distribution in the Airdrop.

To participate in the Airdrop, all that’s required is to create an account through an invitation, using a wallet such as Metamask, Trust, Coinbase Wallet, or any other. Then, confirm a secondary email to be eligible for the Airdrop, and that’s it — you’ll receive 250 EMC, which is the name of the token that EtherMail will launch.

Invitation to EtherMail.


EtherMail represents a step forward in addressing long-standing issues associated with email while introducing innovations aligned with Web3 principles. With its focus on security, privacy, and decentralization, EtherMail not only enhances the user experience but also presents a paradigm shift in how we understand and utilize email in the digital world.

Although it has many functionalities, it’s also true that it has a somewhat unpolished design for the end user, especially for those less tech-savvy.

Whether it will succeed or not, only time will tell.

EtherMail website.