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Blockchain Domain Names
Tim Draper discussing Coinbase and Unstoppable Domains
Coinbase is a digital currency exchange headquartered in San Francisco, California, United States. They broker exchanges of Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Litecoin, Tezos, and many other cryptocurrencies, with fiat currencies in approximately 32 countries, and bitcoin transactions and storage in 190 countries worldwide.
Huobi Wallet is a professional Multi-chain light wallet. Based on the combined security expertise and technology development of the Huobi Group in the field of blockchain, Huobi Wallet guarantees the assets security of global users from multiple dimensions and provides Digital Asset Management (DAM) services that are simple, convenient, and secure.
Trust Wallet is the best ethereum wallet and cryptocurrency wallet to store your favourite BEP2, ERC20 and ERC721, tokens
We are a team of crypto-enthusiasts dedicated to bring you the most secure, most intuitive, and dare we say prettiest way to manage your ETH and ERC20 tokens.
Atomic Wallet is a decentralized Cryptocurrency wallet that supports more than 500 coins and tokens, providing simplicity, safety, and convenience for its users.
Replace cryptocurrency addresses with a human readable name
To send cryptocurrency, all you need to know is the recipient’s blockchain domain
Send bitcoin, ethereum, and any other cryptocurrency with just one domain
No more worrying about sending to the wrong address
Launch Uncensorable Websites
The domain is stored in your wallet, just like a cryptocurrency. No one can move it around other than you
Point your domain to content on a decentralized storage network
Blockchain domains + decentralized storage = A website only you can put up and take down
Will I be able to transfer my domain?
Yes. The domain is stored in your cryptocurrency wallet and can be transferred by you after you claim the name on the blockchain with your wallet.
Which cryptocurrencies will I be able to use with my wallet?
We currently support more than 50 cryptocurrencies and are adding more all the time. The goal is to support all cryptocurrencies. Please tell us your favorite wallet to support blockchain domains!
Does Unstoppable Domains provide you with a wallet?
Yes, but only for holding your blockchain domains. In order to send and receive cryptocurrency using your domain, you will use wallets that have integrated our software. You are also able to use your own self custody wallet to hold domains.
How will I be able to view a blockchain website?
You will need to use a mirroring service, a browser extension or a browser that supports blockchain domains.
Will I be able to search for and find blockchain domain websites on Google or other search engines?
Major search engines do not currently index blockchain domain websites. For now, you will be able to search for them at unstoppabledomains.com, on partner applications that integrate our search bar, or on blockchain apps that index blockchain domain websites.
Are blockchain domains part of ICANN / traditional DNS?
No. Blockchain domains are what’s called alternate roots. They are not part of the current DNS.
Will there be some sort of ‘whois’ record with my personal information associated to my domain?
Not by default. Sharing ‘whois’ information is opt in i.e. something that you can choose to do if you want. Otherwise, your identity will not be publicly known.
How do trademarks work with blockchain domains?
Trademark holders with proof of ownership can apply to claim ownership of trademarked names. If a trademark name has already been sold, then it will be refunded. Note - this process ends once domains have been distributed. Unstoppable Domains does not have the ability to move a domain once distribution has occurred.
How do payments work with my blockchain domain?
Add your bitcoin, Ethereum, and Zilliqa addresses to your .zil or .crypto domain inside of the ‘my domains’ section at unstoppabledomains.com. When someone types yourname.zil into a supporting wallet, the wallet looks up that domain on the blockchain, finds the appropriate address, and sends to the address associated with that name.