Decrypt Studios is launching an initiative to reward those involved in the crypto industry. The award ceremony, named Crypties Awards, aims to showcase outstanding achievements in the Web3 world. The public can cast their votes on EtherMail’s decentralized token-based voting system, thus determining the top prizes.
EtherMail is a digital voting system created by Decrypt Studios. It helps engage community members and distribute NFT voting Crypties to individual voters. This allows them to vote transparently and choose the winners of the Crypties Awards.
Note that suffragists can now receive updates about the Crypties via their EtherMail inbox. These are driven by dynamic tokenized mailing lists. EtherMail has enabled Decrypt Studios to achieve over 64,000 registrations and a 40% voting rate.
How EtherMail works
To vote for The Crypties, each member must first create an account. Once this is done, you will receive a welcome email inviting you to go and make your election on the platform. Each user’s voting token will be placed in a crypto wallet that is associated with their account.
Once you have voted, your voting token will be burned and replaced with an ‘I Voted’ NFT. EtherMail appears to be the only tool in the Web3 space that helps Web3 companies deliver rich, relevant content. This system allows these organizations to have an up-to-date register of all asset holders.
In addition, they can create automated communication flows and personalized emails. EtherMail’s future pipeline will include the introduction of its native utility token. This is an ERC-20 token based on the Ethereum network.
Ethermail will emerge as a novel incentive mechanism designed to reward people for using messaging. The purpose of the award is to thank them for the time and attention they give to reading unsolicited emails. This creates a much-needed framework for the e-mail economy.
The Future of EtherMail
Shant Kevonian, the founder of this novel voting system, thinks that keeping up with the constantly changing pool of registrants is quite complex. This is why it is important to create consensus mailing lists that are automatically updated.
These should be based on data that is synchronized in real-time with the blockchain. This is precisely what will be developed to meet the needs of Web3 projects. EtherMail, therefore, appears to be a real industry heavyweight at the forefront of Web3 innovation.
The benefits of EtherMail
EtherMail is a solution to avoid fraud during voting. It is an anonymous and encrypted wallet-to-wallet communication system. It informs users about vulnerabilities and violations to prevent cheating. In addition, EtherMail helps to list automatic update distribution in order to distribute community newsletters.
Users can therefore be sure to get real-time information synchronized on the blockchain in their inbox. In this way, they can be sure not to lose important data related to their digital assets.
Furthermore, EtherMail is very easy to manage and offers several services. You have DAOs that have the possibility to engage members through participation in governance. There are also NFT projects that can be used as a white list. Finally, Web3 projects inform users about different product updates.
Users can also take advantage of a “paywall” function to sign up for subscriptions from companies that want to advertise through the system. This helps to earn cryptocurrencies, as each company that wants to use a member’s inbox in this way makes a payment. It should also be noted that this is a good way to guard against spam and promote an economy of emails.
The state of cryptographic and NFT communications is a cause for concern today, as it is quite troubled. That’s why EtherMail and its services are stepping in as a more reliable way for members of the cryptographic community to communicate. The Crypties’ votes are now secure and protected.