Atlendis Labs Announces User Notifications via Wherever and Push Protocol Integration


Atlendis Labs Announces User Notifications via Wherever and Push Protocol Integration

Atlendis is now able to use Wherever’s infrastructure to send notifications to subscribed users’ wallets.

Atlendis, Wherever, Push Protocol

Atlendis Labs believes that improving lenders’ user experience on the Atlendis protocol is key to increasing adoption. Some events on the Atlendis protocol can be time sensitive. As a result, receiving notifications is very important to ensure lenders have all the necessary information they need to accurately lend on Atlendis – such as when a lender position is borrowed, repaid, or when a new pool opens on the protocol.

Atlendis Labs has made available a notification system that makes general push notifications possible. 

With the successful integration of Wherever with the Atlendis protocol, Atlendis is now able to use Wherever’s infrastructure to send notifications to subscribed users’ wallets. Additionally, Atlendis users now have the option to receive notifications via email and Telegram, with more channels to follow. 

Wherever abstracts the use of wallet-to-wallet (W2W) communication networks to communicate directly with Atlendis users’ wallets. W2W communication relies on blockchain-based identities (wallets) for sending and receiving messages and offers increased safety, enhanced transparency, and interoperability.

Wherever’s wallet-first notification experience is built on the Push Protocol network (formerly known as EPNS protocol) and includes an in-app notification widget and email and Telegram “bridges'' to allow users to receive updates when new notifications arrive in their wallet. This is all done without exposing users’ email addresses to each dApp. Because Wherever routes notifications sent by Atlendis to the users’ preferred channel (wallet, email and Telegram), Atlendis Labs does not collect any user data.

Instead, users’ private information is stored in an encrypted database that can only be accessed by the Wherever app. Users’ personal information is never shared with the apps they are receiving notifications from, only with a few tech partners Wherever uses to send messages. Read more on Wherever’s  Privacy Policy.

To summarize, integrating the Atlendis notifications backend with Wherever’s platform allows the following:

  • Today
    • Enable and manage user subscriptions for Atlendis notifications.
    • Collect the email address and/or Telegram contact of subscribers, depending on their preferred notification delivery method.  
    • Send one-shot notifications and messages to subscribed users.
  • Coming soon
    • Leverage Atlendis’ existing backend to send customized notifications based on the type of user and lending activity.

Which notifications are available for Atlendis users?

The notifications available in the first iteration are notifications at the protocol level, not necessarily affecting a specific user’s wallet:

  • New Pool Opening
  • Borrow
  • Further Borrow
  • Repayment
  • Early Repayment
  • Pool closing

Atlendis Labs is continually improving the Atlendis protocol thanks to regular feedback and suggestions from the Atlendis community. Feel free to join The Atlendis Discord to share an important missing feature or to provide your feedback and interact with the team.

“We are excited to help Atlendis send personalized notifications directly to their users' wallets! Wallet-to-wallet messages are becoming more mainstream, and it's great to see Atlendis leading the way in terms of native Web3 UX - enabling their users to stay up-to-date with their positions without compromising their privacy,” said Amos Bar Joseph, CEO at Wherever.

“We are excited about solutions that leverage the Push protocol infrastructure and will continue working towards making W2W communications a Web3 standard. We are pleased to see Wherever and Atlendis adopting our Web3 communication solutions to improve the DeFi user experience,” said Harsh Rajat, CEO at Push Protocol. 

“Atlendis' on-chain notification system is a game-changer for the Web3 experience. With the help of our community, we identified the need for timely notifications delivered straight to our users’ wallets, and we are proud to say that this is now a reality with our integration of Wherever and the use of novel channels like PUSH network, alongside familiar channels, such as Telegram and email,” said Marcos Miranda, Product Lead at Atlendis Labs.

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About Wherever

Wherever is a wallet-first communication platform, designed to help protocols establish wallet-to-wallet communication with users with great UX. Wherever leverages Web3 communication protocols (such as XMTP, PUSH and WalletConnect) and enables seamless integration of these building blocks with as little development work as possible.

For more information and to contact Wherever: Twitter

About Push Protocol 

Push is the communication protocol of Web3. Push protocol enables cross-chain notifications and messaging for dapps, wallets, and services tied to wallet addresses in an open, gasless, and platform agnostic fashion. Our open communication layer allows any crypto wallet / frontend to tap into our network and communicate with their users. 

To keep up-to-date with Push Protocol: WebsiteTwitterTelegramDiscordYouTube, and Linktree.

About Atlendis 

Atlendis is a capital-efficient credit protocol connecting DeFi with real-world use cases. Atlendis fills the gap that traditional finance (TradFi) has not been successfully able to cover. Leveraging blockchain technology and open banking, Atlendis enables Fintech and institutional actors to open dedicated liquidity pools and access one-time loans and revolving lines of credit, thus facilitating alternative financing for the growth and development of their SME and startup customers across the globe. Atlendis makes it possible for any lender to control their portfolio while earning real yield and making a meaningful impact helping real-world businesses.

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