Blockchain.com exchange allows NFT usernames for its wallets and it is integrated with Unstoppable Domains so that the wallet users can skip the alphanumeric addresses and use the NFT usernames instead so let’s read more in today’s latest crypto news.
The Blockchain.com exchange operates as a wallet, an exchange, and an explorer all in one. Unstoppable Domains sells uncensorable domain names whcih that people can own and transfer. The Blockchain.com exchange allows users to use NFT usernames for the 82 million of its wallets and connect their alphanumeric address to an NFT domain name as per the recent announcement. It means that people can buy Unstoppable Domains names with one of the 10 extensions .bitcoin, .coin, .nft, .dao and .blockchain.
This makes it easier for people to see who they are transacting with and instead of sending ETH to the addresses starting in 0x613d a user can be able to send it to joe. crypto and in this regard, Unstoppable Domains are similar to the ethereum name Service which allows people to use the .eth domain name and connect them to their wallets. Blockchain.com senior product maanger Amadeo Pellicce said:
“Replacing complicated addresses with human readable domains on Blockchain.com allows users to send and receive crypto as easily as sending an email.”
NFTs are digital records of ownership on the blockchain and though they are often linked to digital art and collectibles, it means that you actually own something and you can transfer it. Blockchain.com integrated support last year for sending coins and tokens to .crypto domains but now users can send crypto to any unstoppable domain address. The exchange is now upping the NFT game and it also announced the Blockchain.com NFT marketplace last year with it still being in beta and allowing people to browse, sell and store NFTs without leaving their wallets.
Blockchain.com was founded in 2011 as a BTC block explorer before adding a wallet service so people can store their coins. It has 82 million wallets holding a variety of crypto assets like Ethereum. For Unstoppable domains, this is another part of the series of integrations. Previously it worked with my ether wallet back in January 2020 and then with Coinbase wallet but it still believes that a full integration can help it move the needle past $2.1 million registered domains. The senior vice president Sandy Carter said:
“With millions of people using Blockchain.com Wallet in more than 200 countries every day, it’s partners like these who help make NFT domains and simple crypto payments more accessible to the next influx of users.”
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