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Ethereum Name Service (ENS) is the most useless and stupid thing ever happened to crypto

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In the past 24 Hours, CEO of Shopify (a $176 Bn Mcap company) and Founder of Intercom have created their ENS domain identities. This space is exploding

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Air Drops?? I’m hoping for these roll ups, comment your thoughts guys

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So it seems the BitMart hacker has a Binance account (KYC) and an ENS - which leads to their real name.

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ENS DAO delegates offer perspective on DAO governance and decentralized identity

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ENS/Ledger connection question

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ENS ??? Is this what a bullish flag looks like? I’m I tripping on a Saturday night?

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Just minted domain name NFT on Polygon for 0.04$ (domain name NFTs refresher)

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ENS token receiving functionality now added to Coinbase

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ENS token receiving functionality now added to Coinbase

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My niece was just born, I immidietally bought her own ENS domain and Ethereum

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Ethereum Naming Service (ENS)

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ENS Name Resolution

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Hold a position in one of the biggest Crypto service - ENS.

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I bought an ENS domain only to find out that ENS changed or something and now it’s no longer valid. That’s what I get for being an early adopter I guess….. this was way back when ENS first came out then I stopped paying attention to it cuz I thought I was good.

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does anyone have insight on the supply of ENS? I am having trouble finding info on that

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Whitelisting is great, too! Combined with a simple ENS domain, you literally can't mess it up.

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That's why I bought an ENS domain. I will never have to worry about this anymore (on Ethereum).

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I think that’s what ENS was trying to solve, yes?

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What’s everyone’s thoughts on ENS?

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What’s your top 3 WEB3 projects ? Bought some ENS n AR

Mentions:#WEB#ENS

My new rule is, if I can't stake it in a relatively easy way, I'm out. So I did away with my LRC GALA ENS KDA and HERO. Hodl and stake 4 life...

ENS, I can't see how it could die.

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only thing that bugs me is kraken doesn’t list ENS

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ENS.... I bought it when I had no idea about crypto down 50%

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ENS, UNI, Gitcoin, SOS, LOOKS, DYDX. All airdrops worth multiple thousands of dollars, rewarded to people who use an app.

AMP to help normalize crypto payments in retail, and ENS to make crypto usage mainstream and palatable for the masses.

Mentions:#AMP#ENS

Gas fees are 2-3x the cost of the actual Domains on ENS

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Ethereum Name Service (ENS) is a legitimate project that Vitalik has called a "Very valuable and important Ethereum infrastructure."

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VET is just not getting added they don’t add Chinese coins. Never added TRON or NEO when they were big, this shouldn’t be a surprise. Isn’t ENS what allows people to get their own .eth domain? That seems like a real project to me. You just seem upset your personal bag hasn’t been added

Mentions:#VET#NEO#ENS

Site: [https://myart.bio](https://myart.bio) Hey everyone, as I was doing some data analysis for an upcoming token airdrop, I realized that I was discovering things about my own account. Until that point I had no idea about really simple things like who my top buyer was. So I decided to make this tool for the community. You can see the data for any address. ENS or regular eth address both work. Currently it pulls data from Opensea, Opensea Polygon, Rarible, Foundation, Superrare and Larva Labs. If you see anything that seems inaccurate, please let me know! You can find me at [twitter.com/artspark\_io](https://twitter.com/artspark_io) or email me at [hello@artspark.io](mailto:hello@artspark.io) Thanks everyone.

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Site: [https://myart.bio](https://myart.bio) Hey everyone, as I was doing some data analysis for an upcoming token airdrop, I realized that I was discovering things about my own account. Until that point I had no idea about really simple things like who my top buyer was. So I decided to make this tool for the community. You can see the data for any address. ENS or regular eth address both work. Currently it pulls data from Opensea, Opensea Polygon, Rarible, Foundation, Superrare and Larva Labs. If you see anything that seems inaccurate, please let me know! You can find me at [twitter.com/artspark\_io](https://twitter.com/artspark_io) or email me at [hello@artspark.io](mailto:hello@artspark.io) Thanks everyone.

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Ok it’s actually badass using Starname. I don’t know if ENS or any naming service in general works quite as good lmao

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Welp, fuck ENS I just registered my Starname. So cool you can put tons of addresses from different chains besides the Cosmos ones.

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Gotcha. ENS is a sidekick coin. It's not a primary Web3 coin. Remember that ENS is not the only thing in town. There are Unstoppable Domains, Solana NS, and NS on other networks. ENS is basically an overly expensive NS on Ethereum that costs an arm and half a leg to call a smart contract.

Mentions:#ENS#NS

ENS is a web3 protocol, with a governance coin, that doesn’t need IPFS. It’s a functional and decentralized. So your statements that Web3 tokens are scams and that Web3 doesn’t work with current IPFS latency are not true. There are lots of valuable Web3 protocols that work great right now, as-is. And while IPFS isn’t ideal for a primary website, it works great as a fallback method or for people who have been blocked from the primary website.

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Because you're a non-tech person who doesn't have the knowledge to understand it in a way programmers like me does. ENS stores address hashes (such as IP**NS** hash like QmbezGequPwcsWo8UL4wDF6a8hYwM1hmbzYv2mnKkEWaUp) on Ethereum network and match it to a friendly name like **ruzhy.ipns** for example. Other people can then open your IPFS website via the ruzhy.ipns address. Nothing to do with latency.

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I’m still not seeing, why would IPFS latency make ENS (for example) a scam?

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ENS uses Ethereum and UD sits on Polygon. Outside of that, they serve the same purpose.

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Not only that but if you use a browser that supports ENS domains you can map it to your email, Twitter and Reddit to name a few.

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Is there a big difference between ENS and unstoppable domains?

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tldr; ENS, the Ethereum Name Service, is a service that maps ETH addresses to human readable domain names ending with .eth. Since the introduction of the ENS token on the 9th of November, domain name registrations have accelerated and have now reached 500,000 registered .eth names. The number of registrations more than doubled in November reaching almost 90,000. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Mentions:#ENS#ETH

I wonder if HNS (Handshake) will start to become popular with ENS becoming more mainstream

Mentions:#HNS#ENS

So basically anything I could link a wallet into I can use my ENS instead which is less of a headache to remember and has less potentially for human error than the long af wallet codes we are used to?

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So an ENS is basically think of it as the address to your wallet and other things. After buying an ENS or Unstoppable Domain you can edit it's record so that your it's mapped to your virtual wallet (BTC, ETH, etc, etc). Additionally you can map it to your reddit, website, twitter handle, etc among other things. This makes it easy so instead of putting your long wallet address when trying to send funds to your wallet, you can simply type in your ENS name.

Mentions:#ENS#BTC#ETH

It’s called ENS! Go get yours before there are none left.

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Have you heard about Handshake (HNS)? It might be a better option then ENS

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Here is my watchlist for Web 3.0: LINK - Oracle Services essential for the communication between smart contracts and external sources. Filecoin or SIA - Decentralized Cloud Storage platform and a data storage marketplace. Cheap, efficient, and encrypted (unlike traditional cloud services). Helium - IoT - decentralized wireless infrastructure. The Graph - Query protocol for Ethereum and IPFS using GraphQL. BitTorrent - File sharing protocol. THETA or Livepeer - Video delivery network. AUDIUS - Decentralised music streaming protocol that aims to give "everyone the freedom to distribute, monetise, and stream any audio content." Render - Distributed GPU rendering ENS (Ethereum Name Service) - Naming for wallets, websites & usernames. Gitcoin - Fund and coordinate open source development. ENJ - Gaming integration for VR enterprise use cases

Been mining BTC… gonna trade it for ENS & LRC right about now

Mentions:#BTC#ENS#LRC

tldr; Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin has said that if Ethereum succeeds at scaling and at being decentralized as a blockchain, but nothing interesting gets to build on top of it and no one actually gets any value from it, then it also fails. He believes that Ethereum has gotten more and more decentralized over time. Vitalik predicted the surging of the popular Ethereum Name Service (ENS). *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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My wife has been putting together her business plan this last year. For Christmas, I got her brand .eth (ENS), .nft, .crypto, and .x (UD) So she can use whichever ones fit best with the various things she’s working on.

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I have it mapped to my crypto of course, but also my email and Twitter handle. Also, if you feel ENS is expensive, take a look at Unstoppable Domains. Depending on the characters you want, it may come out far cheaper since it runs on Polygon.

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ENS names are NFTs. No image attached. Just a decentralized naming systems built on NFT tech.

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They aren’t .ENS tho

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The social pieces of building trust based on existing connections I think is really powerful and something Moxie is missing in his analysis. ENS, Handshake, etc. are just the very small beginning of where it can go. > We get another excellent UX advantage when we combine the above techniques with Skynet’s social network. If a user has several friends that they trust, all of whom are claiming to have independently verified the blockchain up to a certain height, the user can safely skip verification, or at least delay verification and begin using the blockchain immediately. These ‘friends’ could also be trusted institutions such as universities. This allows the user to begin using the blockchain immediately, directly from their web browser.

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Well in my case it was an fake airdrop and they had a 'bonus' if you sent .5 ETH, luckily at the time that was only a couple hundred bucks. It's just greed, but I personally felt it was legit at the time because the scammers made a solid effort for a month or so before hand recruiting people into that telegram. Now I just avoid airdrops unless they just happen from major projects like UNI and ENS and everyone is actually cashing in on it, or if they're those coinbase promotions, those have paid off a bit.

Mentions:#ETH#UNI#ENS

Gods Unchained is a game, ENS is a DNS for ETH, Axie Infinity is also a game, [Mirror.xyz](https://Mirror.xyz) is a publishing/writing platform, [Showtime.io](https://Showtime.io) is a social media product. What do you have against swapping crypto? That's literally what finance is all about. Lending, exchanging, borrowing, and staking money is what makes the world go around. That's just weird to be so anti-finance..

Mentions:#ENS#DNS#ETH

Lots of uses for the blockchain. Take a look at ENS domains for example.

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ENS, I first bought 11 coins at 58, then dipped. I managed to lower my average buy to 40 after the first dip. Then the most recent crash happened and it has bent me over.

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It’s a domain used with ENS that shows all their crypto info. Can see it if you have the right software or whatever. So they can list their ETH address or other crypto addresses and whatnot and you could then see the nfts they own and whatever. Sort of like the modern version of what namecoin tried to do eons ago but more flexible and on ETH.

Mentions:#ENS#ETH

it’s an ENS domain

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Heh, thanks, but I am really just a fan of the unstoppable folks. I bought a bunch of addresses for myself and got the .wallet addresses for my niece and nephews for when they're older. So far I've got my . crypto, .NFT, .coin, .wallet and .x for my name. (as well as as the .eth ENS address) I'm a geek. ;)

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ENS pushing for a new ATL. Might need to grab a 10pack if it does

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Relatively new to crypto. Fomo'd in on that rise to 69k. Bought mana, Cro, ENS, and matic around the same time. I'm down 4k now. No more fiat for lower my position. Good news during my learning is that I have not panicked sold. I'll hold until the port drops to 2k. Then jump out and spend that on a vacation. Live to fight another day. HODL!

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This is a good time to invest into any project. I did you today's discount to add some more BNB; it's going to get back to 600 in no time, OGN; definitely solid as they have one of the best celebrity NFT drop and NII; it's got instant finality, low latency and project is offering $100m rebates to first 50 builder on the ecosystem, lastly, I added ENS to the bag All these are solid and I know I'll be getting some cool returns once the market is bullish

If that was the entirety of the bull run then that was the lamest bull run ever. In a time where celebrities are buying apes, when adidas and McDonald’s are making NFTs, where Budweiser bought an ENS, where El Salvador made bitcoin legal tender…and bitcoin is *still* only a 2x from ATH in 2017. Dafuq? Where’s the fucking bull run for bitcoin ?

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We just had 2 major airdrops - SOS and ENS Legit airdrops are around, but you’re likely not going to find them, they will find you by just doing what you’d normally do and interacting with various projects.

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I'm kinda new at this myself, but in managing my .crypto domain on unstoppable, there are hundreds of different cryptos that you can implement. Each different type is listed and next to each type is a place where you can enter your wallet address. So, for any given .crypto domain, you can receive BTC to your BTC wallet, ETH to your ETH wallet, etc When the sender tries to send to you, they enter mycryptodomain.crypto as the receiver and if the domain the sender is using (e.g. Coinbase) has implemented unstoppable domains, the wallet address will resolve. So, they type in your .crypto address and it automagically changes to the alphanumeric address for that Blockchain. The .eth domain from ENS works the same, but doesn't have the ability (yet?) to receive anything but ETH.

Mentions:#BTC#ETH#ENS

this is why an ENS (or .sol, or .tez, etc) domain pays for itself

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ENS has to be oversold now at $26. What do you think about it?

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Good on ya for double checking! This is why so many people are recomending the use of ENS (or similar) names. Aka. instead of sending to an eth \`0x...\` address, you're sending to \`mywallet.eth\`. So much safer as so much easier as well.

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More reason for more people to get their Human Readable Addresses! .... There's FIO Protocol, ENS, Unstoppable Domains. Make your pick.

Mentions:#FIO#ENS

I'm right there with you. Got coins stuck inL1 after I experimented with ENS registration. Lesson learned. Staying out of mainnet.

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I think a lot of people think NFT's are only artwork "on" the Blockchain but have no idea that it just describes a unique representation. Another useful example of a nmNFT would be a ENS registration. Registering a ENS like ieatcreyons.eth for example is actually minting a ERC-721 token visible in your wallet as exactly what it is, an NFT. As more use cases become apparent and available NFT's as artwork will only be a small fraction of the use case.

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Lol, I was following this too, ya'll got any more of them ENS airdrops?!

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ENS (Ethereum Name Service) Gives human readable names to crypto public addresses. Similar to how the DNS service gives websites readable names. It's very important for crypto to get mainstream adoption.

Mentions:#ENS#DNS

Look up ENS domains, it costs around $150 (in ETH) depending on gas.

Mentions:#ENS#ETH

You mean business when you are on ENS!

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Lol, I bought an ENS domain yesterday. And yes, I do brag about this.

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Just bought my first ENS name! No more long complicated adress for me. It's now "myname.eth". Feels good!

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Per the article: >There are already some early-stage applications on the blockchain, and these tokens have been doing great lately. Here are some of the big players: > Filecoin - Decentralized storage network. > Helium - IoT - decentralized wireless infrastructure. > THETA - Video delivery network. > The Graph - Query protocol for Ethereum and IPFS using GraphQL. > BitTorrent - File sharing protocol. > Livepeer - Decentralized video streaming network > Render - Distributed GPU rendering (what?) > ENS (Ethereum Name Service) - Naming for wallets, websites & usernames. > Gitcoin - Fund and coordinate open source development. Not surprised to see most of these coins, but some important ones are missing. Namely: ETH, MATIC, etc: Smart Contracts, NFTs, dApps, etc LINK: Oracle Services essential for the communication between smart contracts and external sources. SIA: Decentralized Cloud Storage platform and a data storage marketplace. Cheap, efficient, and encrypted (unlike traditional cloud services). AUDIUS: Decentralised music streaming protocol that aims to give "everyone the freedom to distribute, monetise, and stream any audio content." Gaming and Metaverse: ENJ, MANA, etc

Thoughts on ENS?

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To get the airdrops from successful and profitable protocols you must participate and be active in them. I got the ENS airdrop because I bought ENS names and actively used them; I got the BOBA airdrop because I was an early believer in OMG foundation; 1inch and Uniswap airdropped their tokens to users of their exchanges. Find a protocol that you actually enjoy and believe in and they will reward you, whether it's their token or their services, it's as simple as that

Mentions:#ENS#BOBA#OMG

If you're talking about something like ENS, then it's basically just making your eth address's hexidecimal have a human readable name. I.e instead of 0x, a ENS would make it say something like ukrolelo.eth If you're talking about a regular domain name, then yes. I run a private server where i'm able to do redirection to my IP:Port using the domain name. To get your url forwarded, you just need to set up 403 redirect or frame cloaking in your management panel with the host that you use. As for using crypto to completely make that free / one-time purchase, I think unstoppable domains was trying to do something like that where they would be a one-time purchase, but regular domains are regulated by ICANN which makes it impossible for regular domains

Mentions:#ENS

Right now the gas price is 180 gwei which is extremely high, and the fees on ens are around $150. Since the beginning of the year the gas price has been below 60 gwei several times, which is exactly $50 in fees for minting your ENS name. [Here](https://ethereumprice.org/gas/) is a chart that shows the gas price history. You can set the gas price yourself in most wallets (e.g. metamask). So simply configure it yourself when doing a tx and set it to 60gwei. But it might take a few hours until your transaction goes through.

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I just checked again and ENS is only cheaper if your domain has exactly 5 characters. If its 5 characters, a .crypto domain will be $800. On ENS you get 5 character domains for 100 years (which is basically longer than a lifetime) for less than $500. If you only buy 50 because that probably will be enough and you will be able to renew it at any time, its only $250. But for every other number of characters unstoppable will be cheaper.

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ENS should move to a 2nd layer our create one themselves .... it is just not sustainable for the main stream keeping it on the main chain.

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You're right, corrected the price. I disagree with the longevity of the cost, there is no question ENS is far more cost prohibitive specially to those with lower incomes. One you own forever, the other you register and over and over.

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ENS price is $5 in ETH per year for every domain with at least 5 characters, not 0.05. Wether ENS or Unstoppable is cheaper also depends on the domain name you want to buy. While ENS price is the same for every name, unstoppable has unique prices for every domain, and common names and words tend to be really expensive. My ENS name i got for 15 years would have been 10 times the price if i chose a .crypto domain. So its best to compare the prices for your name on both providers and choose whats best.

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And now you can buy ENS for a discount

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Key differences: **ENS** * Is an ENS token/project so gas fees will be high * Your domain is technically rented * At time of domain selection you choose for how many years you want it for (0.05 eth per year at time of writing) * If you do not renew, the ENS name because available to anyone after an alloted time **Unstoppable Domain** * Runs on Polygon - no gas fees * You are buying the domain - no renewal fees * Is supported natively by more browsers I have one ENS name and 2 UD's and bullish on both for the long-term future, but I realize not everyone has the same income etc, so of gas fees are a problem, look at UD as you will be saving a lot of money. I think all in all, I paid $200 usd or so for my ENS name with gas included, while I paid $15 and $20 respectively for my UD names.

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I highly recommend you configuring your fees yourself when using metamask (or any other wallet) and not using the recommend gas price. You could have gotten the ENS domain for $50 in fees instead of $150, it will just take a few hours until your transaction gets through. They also mention on their website how the process of buying a domain works, 2 transaction that need fees, and they also calculate the fees for you when registering a domain. You're right about associating additional data to your domain, it sucks that you need to pay fees for everything you want to add. But its because the data is stored on the blockchain and therefore gas is needed.

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It depends on the domains. For ENS all domains with at least 5 characters cost $5 per year, while unstoppable makes unique prices for all of their domains. Some of their domains are extremely expensive, for example common names and words, while others are cheap. My .eth domain i bought for 15 years and paid ethereum gas fees on would have been 10 times more expensive as a .crypto domain. So it really depends on what name you would like

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Before you think about doing this: I did this yesterday. First- you'll pay $5-$10 and be excited that gas fees didnt anally penetrate you. Then, it goes through some approval process. Now, this is where they have you by your tiny insignificant balls. Now, it'll cost you \~$150 to register the domain. Now, lets say you want to associate your Eth Wallet to your ENS domain. That'll be another \~$50. Alright, you say, now all is well. LETS STOP YA RIGHT THERE YOU LITTLE HOOLIGAN. You haven't even associated any information to your domain yet. Add your github? Your NFT avatar? Email? Website? Yeah, that'll be another $80.

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There's no such thing as a free lunch What's the catch on the marketed free ENS domains ?

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>Another great investment opportunity are ENS domains of big companies or brands, for example google.eth or microsoft.eth. When big companies start using Ethereum, they will likely want to own their ENS domain and will be willing to pay a lot for them. Isn't that cybersquatting though?

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While I have an ENS name, you could alternatively get an Unstoppable Domain for a fraction of the cost because it runs on the Polygon Network and you do not need to renew them, it;s yours forever (or until you decide to sell).

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Those who don