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The pool.com service has moved to pooldomains.com and something new is coming to pool.com.
Aww shucks, what could it be? 🥰
 

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POOL.COM RELAUNCHES AS WEB3 DOMAIN NAME COMPANY​


The trailblazing domain company offers innovation and trusted protection for trademarks and brands in a decentralized Web3 world

TURKS and CAICOS, Jan. 19, 2023 /CNW/ - Pool.com has relaunched as a Web3 domain name company, providing brands the software and services to mint names on the blockchain and manage the sale of second-level names. The new Pool.com directly addresses concerns expressed over the unregulated approach taken by other Web3 companies.

Building on its nearly 25 years of experience as a leading technology, Internet naming and web policy company, Pool.com brings trusted expertise and is perfectly positioned to be the on-ramp to Web3.

"Right now, Web3 offers too much anarchy and too few assurances to companies anxious to begin building their presence," said Rob Hall, CEO of the new Pool.com. "We offer all the innovative upside with protections for brand holders."

Here are four:

There is a sunrise period. A sunrise period, ending March 10, 2023, for brand holders. Any brand not on that list can self-certify and be added for free. Financial advisory firm, Deloitte, will validate each mark at the time of registration.

There is oversight. Criticism of potential abuse or misuse of the Web3 names will be managed by an innovative approach to government oversight. Pool.com will give authority to the G20 nations to decide if a name should be burned. The plan will give keys to each nation and require that 15 agree on the penalty.

There is collaboration with Web2. Pool.com will mitigate the potential for collision with the ICANN top level domains or those in Web3 minted by Impossible Domains or ENS. It will not duplicate any of them unless it is at the request of the current owner.

There is loss prevention. There will be a renewal fee for domains registered for an initial two-year period. This will ensure that whether a key is lost or a domain is no longer in use, it is not lost to the original registrant or the pool of potential names.

"The world can no longer keep pace with the technology or business initiatives driving the decentralized web," Hall said. "Brands shouldn't have to navigate the chaos of what comes next without expert help."

Companies can safely invest in Pool.com to provide the building blocks of their own Web3 domain and allow their customers to control their digital identity and data, log seamlessly into applications and create real value and rich experiences in the metaverse.

"We have a long history in the legacy world of centralized domain name control," said Hall. "That world can no longer keep pace with the technology or business initiatives driving the decentralized web. Pool.com can."

For more information and register your Web3 names, visit www.pool.com.

Access to Pool drop catching services is now found at www.pooldomains.com,

SOURCE Pool.com LTD

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For further information: Media inquiries can be directed to media@pool.com

POOL.COM RELAUNCHES AS WEB3 DOMAIN NAME COMPANY
 
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PoolDomains.com is the same website as the old pool.com, in fact I was was able to log in my account which I haven't used in years.
 

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👀 Not so decentralized - Just like Unstoppable domains. Not yours forever.
4. Our Rights. We reserve the right - where reasonably technically feasible - to refuse, at our sole discretion, to sell a TLD or Domain Name for any reason (or to complete such sale once initiated). You acknowledge and agree that we reserve the right - where reasonably technically feasible - to immediately and automatically deny, cancel, terminate, suspend, lock, burn, or transfer any reservation or registration request and any resulting reservations or registrations of a TLD or Domain Name we deem necessary, in our sole discretion, including without limitation the following:
  • to enforce this Agreement and/or our Policies, as amended from time to time;
  • to protect our ability to seek recourse in the event of credit card or other payment related disputes or fraud;
  • to protect our integrity and stability, our operations, TLD(s) and/or Domain Name(s);
  • to comply with any applicable law, regulation, holding, order, or decision issued by a court, administrative authority, or dispute resolution service provider with jurisdiction over us or you - subject to our Policies;
  • to establish, assert, or defend our legal rights or a third party, or to avoid any liability, civil or criminal, on our part as well as related to our affiliates, subsidiaries, owners, officers, directors, representatives, employees, contractors, and stockholders;
  • to correct mistakes made by us or any third party in connection with reserving, creating, purchasing, registering, using, minting, using our custody services, selling, maintaining, renewing, assigning, transferring, allocating, and/or making or receiving payment for or related to, a TLD or Domain Name; or as otherwise provided herein.