Live Chat with Paul Nicks to Discuss GoDaddy ENS Integration

Yesterday, GoDaddy announced a new partnership with Ethereum Name Service (ENS) to offer customers a way to connect a domain name to an ENS crypto wallet. For those looking for additional details – or for those who have questions about the partnership and impacts at GoDaddy – Paul Nicks will be hosting a live chat on Twitter/X Spaces to discuss this further:

The chat will be held tomorrow (Thursday, February 7th) at 2pm Eastern. The conversation will be hosted by ENS, and I assume people in the audience will be able to ask questions.

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  1. Okay, so for those who know more than me about that topic, how does this compare to what .box is now offering?

    Worse, or still worse?

    (Practically) just as good?


    Inquiring minds want to know.

    For example, from what I’ve seen it may involve just adding a TXT record to DNS, is that right? Would that then mean you wouldn’t necessarily have to have the domain at GoDaddy, or would such a TXT record only involve some proprietary software controlled by GoDaddy? Etc.

    In general I really like the idea of just being able to add a TXT record to use a domain with ENS, but not if it’s limited to GoDaddy only.


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