ChainIDE#22 ENS official announced airdrop, the era of domain names is coming?
ENS official announced airdrop, the era of domain names is coming?
When you are trading on Ethereum, you must have these questions when faced with a long list of garbled addresses. Is the recipient address correct? Do I need to check it again? What if the transfer is wrong? ENS can effectively solve the above problems.
ENS seems to be very similar to DNS (Domain Name System). DNS associates readable website domain names with IP addresses. The IP address is composed of a string of numbers and ".". For example, the IP address of the website "taobao.com" is 18.104.22.168. It is difficult for us to remember its IP address, but it is easy for us to remember the domain name. The function of DNS is to associate an IP address with a human-readable domain name. We can directly enter the DNS address in the search bar to get the relevant website.
The role of ENS (Ethereum Domain Name System) is similar to DNS. It can convert a long list of addresses into readable eth addresses that users apply for, such as directly linking vitalik.eth (0xd8dA...6045).
At the same time, ENS also has a reverse analysis function, that is, (0xd8dA...6045) can also be associated with vitalik.eth.ENS provides a safer and decentralized way, improves user experience, reduces the risk of transfer errors, and makes transactions easier.In addition, the ENS address is unique, and it is also a non-fungible token (NFT). We can buy it on ENS Official Website or go to Opensea to bid and trade.
ENS officially announced the airdrop on November 2nd, which undoubtedly gave a resounding shot to the domain name track. DAS, FIO and other projects have also attracted more attention due to their stronger interoperability and richer functionality.
In the era of web3.0, whether it is a unique show or a hundred flowers blooming, there must be a decentralized domain name and account system like ENS.
Need such tools to host applications, websites and user identities,
However, these current projects are still in a very early stage of exploration, and there is still much room for improvement in the future in terms of protocol integration, user experience, and access to the Web2 world.
1.Are you optimistic about the domain name track?
2.Share your sense of use of decentralized domain name systems such as ENS, DAS, and FIO.
Welcome to discuss here!