Are you tired of using complicated login credentials and risking the security of your personal information online? Do you want to simplify your life and take control of your data security? If so, we have a solution for you.
Today, we are excited to announce the launch of Dmail’s newest product: DaaS (DID-as-a-Service). This innovative function allows users to utilize their domain name as their decentralized identity (DID) to log in and send/receive web3 encrypted emails through Dmail.
What Are The Benefits Of Dmail’s DaaS?
With DaaS, you can use your own domain name as your decentralized identity (DID) to log in to various services and send/receive web3 encrypted emails through Dmail. Not only is this more convenient than traditional login methods, but it also greatly improves the security of your personal data. Keep reading to learn more about this innovative product and how it can benefit you.
Decentralized identity technology empowers individuals to have control over their digital identity and personal data. With DaaS, users can log in to various online services using their domain name instead of traditional login credentials such as a username and password.
We have formed partnerships with leading DID providers, including ENS, SpaceID, JazDID, Unstoppable, HashkeyDID, and .Bit to provide our users with a diverse range of DID options. Dmail is compatible with Ethereum, BNB Chain, Polygon, and PlatOn chains, allowing users to choose the DID project that best fits their needs.
One of the major benefits of DaaS is the ability to send and receive secure, private web3 encrypted emails. This ensures that only the intended recipient can read the email, protecting the privacy of communication in the digital age. We are thrilled to offer DaaS to our users and believe it will significantly improve their online experience. We encourage everyone to try it out for themselves and see how a decentralized identity is beneficial.
How to Send/Receive WEB3 Encrypted Emails via DiD Domain
Dmail, a decentralized email service provider, has made it possible to send and receive encrypted emails for free. This is made possible by using the Ethereum blockchain.
The only thing users need to do is get a Dmail account, which can be done via Free-Mint. The only cost associated with this service is a Gas fee.
Users can send encrypted emails using their Dmail domain name and also receive encrypted emails from other Dmail users.
Here’s how you can use it:
- Choose a DID provider such as ENS, SpaceID, JazDID, Unstoppable, HashkeyDID, or .Bit. Each provider offers slightly different options and features, so be sure to research and compare to find the best fit for your needs.
- Follow the instructions provided by the DID provider to create your DID domain. This process may vary depending on the provider, but generally, it will involve registering your domain, setting up your DID record, and verifying your domain ownership.
- Once you have your DID domain set up, you can use it to login to Dmail and send web3 encrypted emails. Open Dmail and enter the recipient's DID domain in the "To" field. Then, compose your message and hit send. Your email will be encrypted and sent securely to the recipient.
- To receive web3 encrypted emails, you will need to check your Dmail inbox. Any incoming emails will be encrypted and accessed only with your DID domain. Simply log in to Dmail with your DID domain to view and read your emails.
- You can use a key pair system if you want to add additional security to your emails. With this system, you will have a private key that only you know and a public key that you share with others. When you send an email, it will be encrypted using the recipient's public key. The recipient can then use their private key to decrypt the email. This added layer of security ensures that only the intended recipient can read the email.
Following these steps, you can use your domain name to send and receive encrypted emails. Identity is an important part of communication online. Using a DID to create your own domain, you can take charge of your digital identity and keep your personal data safe.
Today, we introduced our partner’s new product: DaaS (DID-as-a-Service). This new function allows users to use their domain name as their decentralized identity (DID) to log in and send/receive web3 encrypted emails via Dmail. DID technology allows users to take control of their personal data. With DaaS, individuals log in to various online services using a unique domain instead of traditional login credentials—allowing them to remain anonymous if they choose or keep their identity private and secure against cyber threats.
DaaS offers the option to use a key pair system—where both parties have private and public keys so that any communication between them is encrypted. This system involves a private key that only the user knows and a public key that is shared with the recipient. When an email is sent, it is encrypted using the recipient's public key and can only be decrypted with the recipient's private key—effectively ensuring that this communication remains secret.
DaaS is a convenient way to communicate online while maintaining control over your digital identity and personal data. We encourage you to try it yourself and see the benefits in action. Our partner, Dmail, constantly innovates so that your experience is nothing short of life-changing.
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How to use Dmail: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yIy6BFk70mI
Gitbook tutorial: https://dmailofficial.gitbook.io/helpcenter/v/english/