Partnering With Push Protocol to Enable Web3-Native Notifications for Money Streaming

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3 min readFeb 9


Today, we’re pleased to announce our partnership with Push Protocol (formerly EPNS) to enable decentralized notifications and alerts for Superfluid Dashboard users. Wallet addresses are the default identifier for users in web3, and in building a web3-native product, it’s only natural we support a web3-native notification system.

Upon subscribing to Push with their wallet address, users will receive notifications via the Push Dapp or mobile app about key Superfluid activity, such as low Super Token balances and liquidated streams. Although this implementation will see several improvements over the coming months to add more configurability (as well as deeper integration within the Superfluid Dashboard), this is a great first step towards providing Superfluid users with greater visibility into their money streams!

Setting Up Push Notifications For Superfluid

The Push channel for Superfluid is a great way to get Superfluid activity alerts for your Ethereum address. The channel supports notifications across all Superfluid networks and all listed Super Tokens.

The two types of notifications we’re supporting at launch include:

  • Super Token balances are low for outgoing streams
  • A Super Token balance hit zero and outgoing streams were liquidated

Note: The wallet you connect to the Push Dapp must be the same as the address you want to monitor — for now! As mentioned earlier, we’ll be adding plenty of additional configuration options via a dedicated Superfluid Dashboard UI in the coming weeks and months.

To start taking advantage of Push notifications for Superfluid, check out our Push + Superfluid quickstart guide. Alternatively, users can go to the Push Dapp and connect their wallet or build a custom frontend to subscribe to our official Push channel.

“We’re thrilled to announce our partnership with Superfluid, a pioneer in web3 money streaming. By combining Push’s web3-native communication tools with Superfluid’s innovative payment primitive, we’re enabling a truly seamless and connected web3 experience for Superfluid users. However, this is just the first stage of our integration with Superfluid, and we can’t wait to provide more enhancements in the near future!” — Harsh Rajat, CEO of Push Protocol

“We’re incredibly excited to integrate with Push. Although our ecosystem has seen tremendous growth to date, it’s difficult to build engaging web3 apps without having a direct communication channel with users. This is especially challenging when users are primarily identified by their wallet addresses. With Push, we can now provide users with time-sensitive notifications in a secure, decentralized, and personalized way.” — Francesco Renzi, CEO and Co-Founder of Superfluid

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. The open communication layer allows any crypto wallet /front end to tap into the network and get the communication across.

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About Superfluid

Superfluid is the leading asset streaming protocol that enables Web3 native subscriptions, salaries, and rewards for DAOs and crypto-native businesses. Superfluid streams transfer value in a constant flow over time between wallets in a non-custodial and permissionless manner. Superfluid Protocol can be used to describe cash flows and execute them automatically on-chain, over time, and in a non-interactive way. Money streams are programmable, composable, and modular, allowing developers to build custom applications on top of the protocol. No capital is locked up, and all inflows and outflows are netted in real-time at every block without consuming any gas. Ongoing streams can be forwarded as they are received to both wallets and applications, eliminating delays and drastically increasing capital efficiency.

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