Blockchain Domain Name Service (BDNS) Launches Name-Only Domains (NODs) as the Future of Web3 Wallet Masking
Texas, United States, 5th May 2023, King NewsWire – Blockchain Domain Name Service (BDNS) is excited to announce the launch of its Name-Only Domains (NODs), a new and innovative way of masking your web3 wallet address. NODs are mintable in the form of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) which you can configure to an Ethereum wallet address on a purely name-only basis. Instead of a long, complicated wallet address, you can have a simple and easy-to-remember name, such as “John” or “Alice”.
BDNS NODs offer many advantages over traditional wallet masking options. Unlike other network-specific extensions such as .eth or .sol, BDNS is not network specific, making it easier to scale across more networks. Additionally, BDNS NODs offer a cleaner and more aesthetically pleasing alternative to other web3 IDs, making it easier for users to engage with the decentralized web.
What’s more, BDNS NODs are priced fairly based on supply and demand in the real world economy, with most NODs available for a standard $9 (plus 70% discount on multiple years’ registration if purchased upfront). BDNS operates on a first-come, first-serve minting policy, so don’t wait too long to secure your preferred address.
But that’s not all – BDNS is also set to release their wallet very soon, along with the whitepaper. The wallet will allow users to easily manage their NODs and other web3 assets, with added privacy features to protect their identities.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to be a part of the future of web3 wallet masking. Head over to https://bdns.app to mint your own NOD today and stay tuned for the upcoming wallet release.
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