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.Eth domains pummeled in market correction

ENS domains came back down to earth. Web3 assets that soar in value can come back down to earth just as fast. 10 days ago, I wrote about how short numeric .eth domain names were a hot commodity. .Eth domains are part of Ethereum Name Service and can be used as wallet addresses, digital identities, […]

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Numeric .eth domains are the latest meme NFT

How people sextupled their money in one week. Three and four digit .eth domain names are the new hot thing. Over the past week or so, prices of short numeric .eth domains have taken off. .Eth domains are connected to Ethereum Name Service, a blockchain-based naming platform. To give you an idea of the meteoric […]

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Ethereum Name Service fires director of operations over tweet (and his response)

The organization behind .eth domains and blockchain-based DNS alternative sacks leading team member for comments. The organization behind Ethereum Name Service, a blockchain-based addressing system, has fired its director of operations after a tweet he made in 2016 resurfaced. Brantly Millegan was often the face of the organization, appearing at events (and was a guest […]

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Blockchain domains and the big challenges they face

It will take a lot to overcome the challenges of previous alt-root naming attempts. Right now, there’s a lot of talk about blockchain-based, decentralized naming systems. The pitch for blockchain-based domains usually covers two things. First, these domains can be used as easy-to-remember wallet addresses. Much like how domain names are easier to remember than […]

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ETH.paris makes sale number 15 in 2021 for the exact match Keyword

Eth.paris selling for $50,000 marks the 15th Eth.keyword domain name sale in 2021. Some prominent domain investors have made sales with this keyword including, Mark Levine and Logan Flatt. Few of these names have websites. eth.co 300,000 USD 2021-05-23 MagnumDomains eth.club 200,000 USD 2021-09-14 Domaincracy eth.paris 50,000 USD 2021-11-09 Domain Smoke eth.website 50,000 USD 2021-09-30 […]

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Short .ETH domains are kind of expensive

So a couple years ago Ethereum rolled out the Ethereum Name Service (ENS) The domains end in .ETH. During the rollout the .ETH domains had to be 7 characters or more. But now they are going to roll out the short .ETH domains. And they ain’t cheap...
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