Unstoppable Domains is Now Supported on Blockchain.comJun 24, 2021·Last updated on Jun 24, 2021
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Unstoppable Domains is Now Supported on Blockchain.com, the World’s Largest Crypto Wallet Provider
We’re thrilled to announce that both .crypto and .zil domains are fully supported across all Blockchain.com products. Blockchain.com’s 31 million users can now send funds with simple, human-readable usernames instead of full-length wallet addresses. Through this integration, we’re making Crypto more accessible for all by removing the risk of human error when sending funds, drastically simplifying transactions between Blockchain.com users and 50+ other wallets and exchanges supported by Unstoppable Domains.
Leave complicated addresses in the past
Traditionally, sending cryptocurrency requires entering the recipient’s 25-42 digit alphanumeric wallet address. If a person mistypes or miscopies a wallet address, those funds can be lost forever. Blockchain domains solve this by introducing human-readable .crypto usernames compatible with 50+ wallets and exchanges, including Blockchain.com. Now, instead of “156i6HJfMWb1h2BEsKpfvZ2tQugqo4vs2w,” users can simply type “[AnyName].crypto” to send money to others or transfer it between accounts. Now that’s more like it.
Simple & personalized
You can be as straightforward or as creative as you’d like when selecting your blockchain domain name. Some people like to use their real names; others like to use their secret nicknames. Either way, users can configure their simplified crypto wallet set up easily by attaching their crypto addresses to their domains. Users can receive any currency while no longer worrying about complicated receiving address strings. Win-win, right?
No renewal fees, ever
Blockchain domains are owned, not rented. Once you purchase the domain with a one-time registration fee, you never have to worry about renewals again. The domain is stored in your wallet and can even be resold as an NFT. Unlike traditional domains that are only leased, blockchain domains truly belong to you.
More than 1 million NFT blockchain domain names have been registered since we launched in 2018. Along with sending and receiving funds, these NFT domains are used to create decentralized websites to publish content and access Web3. They can be thought of as your universal online identity that’s owned by yourself and rather than tech giants. Blockchain domains have already become the standard for crypto wallets, and interoperability will forever remain at the forefront of our mission.
Blockchain.com will let people use human-readable usernames in blockchain transactions (VentureBeat)
Blockchain.com introduces username-based crypto transactions (Cointelegraph)