The leading domain seller in the NFT sphere, Unstoppable Domains, has expanded its horizons to add the most iconic domain type from the Web2 era, ‘.com’, to Web3 addresses.
- Unstoppable Domains innovates the traditional .com domain with Web3 addresses.
- The web domain company leverages Web3 technology to bridge conventional and decentralized domains to bolster its user base.
- Already, its portfolio consists of 3.9 million Web3 domains owing to its already existing portfolio: ‘.nft’, ‘.crypto’ and ‘.wallet’, etc.
Unstoppable’s .com feature aligns with its ultimate goal to become the number one destination for Web3 domains, utilizing Web2 domains through Web3 technology.
By bridging the two versions of the internet, Unstoppable opens an array of opportunities to introduce more users into the Web3 sphere. The famed .com domain is the world’s most famous ‘Top Level Domain’ (TLD), garnering a whopping 157 million Web2 registrations worldwide.
The unveiling of .com domains complements Unstoppable’s portfolio, which entails domains like ‘.crypto’, ‘.nft’, ‘.wallet’, ‘.x’, ‘.zil’, ‘.dao’, ‘.bitcoin’, ‘.polygon‘, ‘.blockchain,’ among others. Currently, 3.9 million of these domains are registered by Web3 enthusiasts.
Innovating NFT Messaging Services
Unstoppable bolstered its stance in the blockchain-centric landscape last August, rolling out its groundbreaking instant messaging NFT service, ‘Unstoppable Messaging’.
Consequently, owners of Unstoppable Domains now have the power to partake in native conversations with other holders through the use of NFTs. This NFT-based communication tool prioritizes privacy and security between users by storing all messages sent on the progressively decentralized communication network, ‘XMTP’.
Notably, Unstoppable Messaging is accessible across all platforms leveraging XMTP, ensuring the accessibility and preservation of messages regardless of Unstoppable’s ongoing, revolutionary developments.
With Unstoppable at the helm, the future of decentralized communication and domain registrations appears brighter than ever — merging Web2 and Web3 for unified digital experiences.