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Web3.0 was characterized by siloed information and slow, complicated communication between different platforms. Today's blockchain communications, however, are developer unfriendly, with no established standard and limited solutions that lock developers into one approach. Platforms like Twilio have made it easy for developers to build complex applications over SMS, and tools like Paloma Protocol aim to do the same. Blockchain messages can include important information, like price data and transaction details, that could be used to trigger automated processes.