🏁 It's the end of an era. Hal will sunset its services on June 1st, 2024. Learn more

The Hal Team

March 1, 2024

Hal will sunset its services on June 1st

🏁 It's the end of an era. 

Dearly beloved users,
Hal started as an idea to make web3 easier to use. Our team saw the need to connect web3 activity with web2 messaging apps to free ourselves, and the community, from constantly checking etherscan, monitoring health factors, and manually watching for onchain activity. It’s a bittersweet moment for us as we announce the end of Hal services.
On June 1st, 2024, Hal will enter the crypto history books.
Last year, we joined Consensys to bring our vision to a larger audience. We saw this as a good opportunity to integrate our expertise into platforms like Infura and MetaMask to provide developers and end-users with easy-to-implement onchain listening tools. 
We are still passionately building forwards towards this goal, and this year we expect to ship new features that can positively impact the UX of millions of web3 natives.
But, Hal as a standalone product and brand will be retiring.
We are grateful for everyone of our users and partners who helped us build, iterate, and improve on our mission. 
Please make sure that anything you are actively monitoring using Hal can be transitioned to manual processes or other notification services. Thank you for taking this journey with us,
The Hal Team.
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