How your crypto wallet address becomes a name

16 Mar
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Do you know your crypto wallet address(es) by heart? We didn’t think so. This is where come in place.

ENS (Ethereum Name Service) is a decentralized domain name system built on the Ethereum blockchain. It provides users with a way to register human-readable domain names for their Ethereum wallet addresses, making it easier for people to send and receive cryptocurrency.

ENS domains work similarly to traditional domain names, with the difference being that they are decentralized and operate on the Ethereum blockchain.

To register an ENS domain, you must first have an Ethereum wallet address. You can then choose a name for your prefered domain and submit a bid for it. The bidding process ensures that the domain is allocated to the user who is willing to pay the highest amount. Once the bid is accepted, you can configure the domain settings, such as linking it to your Ethereum wallet address and setting up DNS records.

As mentioned, one of the main advantages of ENS domains is that they simplify the process of sending and receiving cryptocurrencies and nfts. Rather than having to remember a long and complex wallet address, you can simply send cryptocurrency to a domain name. This makes it easier for people to transact with token and reduces the risk of errors in transactions due to typos or incorrect addresses.

Another advantage of ENS domains is that they enable the creation of decentralized websites and applications. By using ENS domains as the address for their website or dApp, developers can create decentralized and censorship-resistant services that are not dependent on traditional web infrastructure.

In addition, ENS domains are also a valuable asset for branding and marketing purposes. By securing a relevant and memorable domain name, businesses and individuals can establish a unique identity on the blockchain and make it easier for people to find and interact with them.


As the adoption of blockchain technology continues to grow, ENS domains are likely to become an increasingly important part of the decentralized web ecosystem.

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