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Suggested names:  Firstname + Lastname, Social handle, Nicknames, Hobbies

Log in securely to the decentralized web in just a few clicks – without compromising privacy. Share data on your own terms.

Build your digital identity with Domain Profiles. Verify your social accounts, display your NFT avatar, and highlight achievements.

A custom and unique Profile to . . .

1. Create your own AI Avatar

2. Showcase your on-chain collectables, NFTs and badges

3. Connect with community

Make sending and receiving crypto simple. Replace long, complicated wallet addresses with a single easy-to-read name.


Yes. The domain is stored in your cryptocurrency wallet. After you mint your domain on the blockchain, you can transfer it anywhere you like.

We currently support over 310 cryptocurrency addresses to map to a domain name to make payments easier.

You will need to use a mirroring service, a browser extension or a browser that supports Web3 domains.The easiest solution is to install the Unstoppable Domains browser extension.

Major search engines don't currently index Web3 domain websites since the content is hosted on p2p networks such as IPFS.

No. Web3 domains are what’s called alternate roots. They are not part of the current DNS.

No, not by default. Sharing ‘whois’ information is opt-in, i.e. something that you can choose to do. Otherwise, your identity will not be publicly known.

Trademark holders with proof of ownership can apply on to claim ownership of trademarked names. Unstoppable Domains does not have the ability to take back trademark domains that were already purchased & minted.

When someone types yourname.nft into any of the wallets that support our branded domain extensions, the wallet looks up that domain on the blockchain, finds the appropriate address, and sends the crypto to the address associated with that name. You can add your Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Zilliqa addresses to your Web3 domain inside of the ‘my domains’ section at