CLUP.life, a Germany-based company which specialises in building interoperable social Web 3.0 solutions, has launched CLUP.chat to finally make messaging apps interoperable.

The service, which is now available in early access, will allow users to connect group chats from WhatsApp, Signal, and Telegram in one place, which would be synchronized automatically by the platform without the need to install any additional messaging app.

The company says it is now working on adding other messengers apps like Discord, Skype, Threema, Slack and many more will follow.

“This new service catapults the messaging market into the Web 3.0 reality where interoperability will play a significant role,” says Christian Borchert, Founder and Managing Director at CLUP.life, the company behind CLUP.chat, in a statement made available to Techloy.

CLUP.chat will be the first service worldwide which offers users the possibility of linking group chats from different messaging platforms together without sharing the metadata of the users across platforms.