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<Protocol for blockchain-based notifications that are chain agnostic, platform-independent, and incentivized>

What is Ethereum Push Notification Service (PUSH)?

Ethereum Push Notification Service (EPNS) is a decentralized middleware protocol that enables smart contracts, dApps, and traditional services to send notifications to wallet addresses that have opted to receive the notifications. EPNS enables incentives and passive earnings for users receiving decentralized notifications.

Through the usage of this protocol, any DApp or smart contract, as well as service, can send notifications through to users in a platform-agnostic way. EPNS also contains a DeFi aspect that enables users to earn crypto for receiving the actual notifications. EPNS was originally launched as an idea in January of 2020.

Who are the Founders of Ethereum Push Notification Service (PUSH)?

The Ethereum Push Notification Service (EPNS) was founded by Harsh Rajat and Richa Joshi.

Harsh Rajat is the founder of EPNS; however, he also works as a solutions architect at 3 Magic Shots, and even fills the role of the chief technology officer at HydroLabs. He used to be a decentralized ambassador of Hydrogen FinTech.

Richa Joshi is the co-founder of the EPNS, and she also works as an independent consultant at 3 Magic Shots, as well as a product manager at Hydro Labs. Before all of this, she worked as a senior consultant at Deloitte Consulting.

What Makes Ethereum Push Notification Service (PUSH) Unique?

Co-founders Harsh Rajat and Richa Joshi identified communication fragmentation as a major pain point in Web 3, thus the idea of the Ethereum Push Notification Service (EPNS) was born in January 2020.

Today, users need to check a plethora of sites (dApps, exchanges, smart contracts, medium, etc.) to get the information they are looking for (loan liquidations, governance proposals, limit orders being filled, protocol updates, etc.).

For Web 3.0, a notification mechanism that can notify users or wallet addresses of important updates, events, actions, and so on, does not exist yet. As a result of this lack, a lot of important events or required user actions end up being missed completely: for example, the expiration of ENS blockchain domains is inefficiently broadcast on Twitter, with the hopes that the grace domain user potentially reads about their domain’s expiry. If a protocol gets compromised, people have to look for other methods (besides the now-compromised protocol) through which they can notify the users.

EPNS tries to solve this with its push notification service.

To do this efficiently, the notification is stored and treated like a JSON payload, and this is transformed as per the rules of the different carriers when the notification ends up reaching them. The JSON payload can differ with payload types, and this ensures the flexibility of the content, as well as the data, storage interpretation, and delivery.

What this means is that EPNS can allow users to be in direct, full control of what services they end up getting notifications from, and impose rules on the services, which include spam protection for users, and limits for EPNS’s ability to add wallets as subscribers. This means that notifications are treated as a social feed rather than a piece of information.

There are four types of users: service providers, which want to send notifications, users, who want to receive notifications if they deem them to be beneficial, wallets that enable users to receive notifications through their centralized or decentralized solutions, and token holders, who can define the rules between the above users.

To develop EPNS Harsh and Richa took full advantage of the Ethereum community and resources. First, they presented the idea to the Ethereum Foundation where they received the guidance and support to begin fully pursuing EPNS. Next, they built the prototype at ETH Global with support from the ETH developer community, especially Aave. Then, they took the prototype to IDEO PVD and received feedback and tips on synthesizing end-users suggestions. Finally, EPNS was selected as a top 20 project for Gitcoin Kernel which led to backing from the community and the initial rounds of funding.

How Many Ethereum Push Notification Service (PUSH) Coins are there in Circulation?

The protocol’s token PUSH is designed to incentivize the continued adoption cycle of the Ethereum Push Notification Service (EPNS) protocol. In order to achieve this, users that are involved are rewarded through either an incentive or a penalty. Their continued involvement is a necessity for the growth as well as the adoption of the protocol, and to achieve the vision of becoming a Web 3.0 notification standard.

How is the Ethereum Push Notification Service (PUSH) Network Secured?

The Ethereum Push Notification Service Network (EPNS) will use Eth-Crypto to handle the secure verification process. This is a cryptographic JavaScript-function enabler for Ethereum.

Ethereum Push Notification Service (PUSH) Market Data

Market Cap: $12,342,896.47

Fully Diluted Market Cap: $80,736,238.99

Total Value Locked (TVL): $-

Trading Volume (last 24h): $1,447,995.64

Volume / Market Cap: 0.1173

Market Dominance: 0.00%

Ethereum Push Notification Service (PUSH) Supply Data

Circulating Supply: 15,287,926 PUSH

Total Supply: 100,000,000 PUSH

Max Supply: 100,000,000 PUSH

Ethereum Push Notification Service (PUSH) Trading Data

Title: Ethereum Push Notification Service

Ticker: PUSH

Trading Pair: PUSH_USDT

Exchange: GATE (technical analyses and pricing are based on)

Current Price: $0.80739

Ethereum Push Notification Service (PUSH) Trading Charts

Ethereum Push Notification Service (PUSH) Target Price/s & Strategy to Accumulate — Trade


$0.80739<SMA20(D)<Mean Reversion Channel Mid-Line(D)<SMA200(D)


Immediate Accumulation_ Current Price

Grand Accumulation_ $0.60 | This level is the Monthly Parallel Channel Lower Borderline Dip coinciding with the Volatility Adjusted GANN Grid Cardinal Cross Price that deserves attention to watch.

Should the price prove strong & quick departures from technical dips/demand zones backed up by strong fundamentals; accumulation by DCA (Dollar Cost Averaging) is to be considered — ceteris paribus.


No Favorable Trade Opportunity

The current price level is not a valid technical and/or fundamental dip and/or a demand zone.

Ethereum Push Notification Service (PUSH) Investors


4th Revolution Capital


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True Ventures


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Mariano Conti

Ravindra Kumar

Scott Moore

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Sandeep Nailwal

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