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Pine and EPNS Enter Partnership to Enable Seamless Communication

EPNS (Ethereum Push Notification Service) recently announced a partnership with Pine, a decentralized NFT loan platform. With the partnership, Pine will interact with users to update them on their loan status.

Additionally, Pine will also gain an official channel on EPNS. Any user subscribing to the channel will access seamless communication with the projects in a decentralized way. They will also get notifications, such as loan expiration alerts and loan liquidation alerts.

It will help users save valuable efforts and time spent on manually verifying the loan details. This way, the users will avoid any late charges while Pine will also maintain flawless user control. ENPS provides a mobile app, a decentralized app, and a chrome extension to send these notifications on every device.

Thus, Pine users can rest assured that subscribing to the channel will deliver the alerts effortlessly. Pine’s constant efforts to reform the DeFi lending domain bodes well with EPNS.

Thus, the projects are delighted to collaborate and grow. As a Web3 decentralized communication protocol, EPNS has supported numerous projects. Its backends, smart contracts, protocols, or dApps can send off-chain, on-chain, and gasless comms to users in an agnostic and open manner.

An open communication layer also enables frontend or crypto wallets to access the network anytime. On the other hand, Pine Protocol stands as one of the most popular borrowings and lending protocols. Built on multiple blockchain networks, the protocol lets borrowers utilize their assets, showcased via non-fungible tokens as collateral to borrow crypto.

The entire process is conducted in a transparent, efficient, real-time, and fair manner. The Pine team has been involved in NFTs, investment banking, and blockchain engineering for a long time; thus, they know how to moderate and steer the project to provide the ultimate value proposition.

Edward Nash

Edward Nash is an editor and analyst with over 10 years of financial market experience. Prior to joining CoinNewsSpan, he worked in several famous financial institutions. He has been active in the cryptocurrency market since 2011, specializing in technical analysis of current crypto trends and offering analytical opinion-based pieces.

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