Use Your .COM Domain As An Ethereum Wallet

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You Can Now Use Your .COM Domain As An Ethereum Wallet Thanks To This Integration

Ethereum is the second-largest cryptocurrency in the market. Its popularity has led to a number of integrations to make transactions easier for its users. Even upgrades like ETH 2.0 are working towards this same goal. Ethereum wallets are not hard to get or operate, as long as one understands how cryptocurrencies work. But instead of having to paste your wallet address to receive payment in ETH, what if you could just receive the coins to your website domain?

A new integration has made this a reality. Now, owners of a .com domain name can use their domains as an Ethereum wallet. Domain name holders will be able to send and receive ETH coins using their .com domains. Ethereum Name Service (ENS) and Domain Name System (DNS) will allow .com domain addresses to effectively operate as Ethereum wallets.

https://www.newsbtc.com/news/ethereum/use-domain-as-ethereum-wallet/
 

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this is great if crypto continues to grow and get adoption.

would be nice if this worked for .ca domains too!

Good point.

The integration is only for .COMs for now, but who knows what could be done in the future. This was non-existent a month ago and after 12 years of crypto adoption and almost 35+ years of .COM existence has been implemented.

Who knows what will be implemented next year.. Let's have hope and faith in those who are innovating.
 

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MY opinion on crypto is that every government will follow in Chinas footprint and ban it after they launch their own. Crypto is now used in almost all malware attacks and it's only a question of time before governments shut it down.

Government version will be traceable of course.

Technically crypto is no different than money forgery because without the authority of a central bank to control it money is technically illegal.

Wow, did I just open up a whole world of conversation?

Yup, I will refer back to this topic as governments around the world start to ban crypto.

Remember that if a financial institution starts to accept crypto it does not mean it is accepted by the government. I know the CRA is actively looking into crypto and changes are bound to happen sooner or later.
 
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MapleDots said:
MY opinion on crypto is that every government will follow in Chinas footprint and ban it after they launch their own. Crypto is now used in almost all malware attacks and it's only a question of time before governments shut it down.

Government version will be traceable of course.

Technically crypto is no different than money forgery because without the authority of a central bank to control it money is technically illegal.

Wow, did I just open up a whole world of conversation?

Yup, I will refer back to this topic as governments around the world start to ban crypto.

Remember that if a financial institution starts to accept crypto it does not mean it is accepted by the government. I know the CRA is actively looking into crypto and changes are bound to happen sooner or later.

I tried to stay away from crypto but then got hooked in and I'm doing very well with it, pretty easy money.

Actually, some governments are accepting it as legal tender, like El Salvador.

Most others understand it's becoming accepted and are just moving to regulate it, tax it:

"By Taxing Crypto, the US Government Has Accepted It's Here to Stay"
https://www.coindesk.com/markets/20...-us-government-has-accepted-its-here-to-stay/

Crypto isn't going anywhere, not going to fail.
 

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MapleDots said:
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The list of governments banning crypto has already begun:
https://www.euronews.com/next/2021/...ntries-where-crypto-is-restricted-or-illegal2


I will guarantee you that more will follow once they launch an official crypto currency for their country.

Not happening, that's just a few, that ban a lot of other things as well. There are almost 200 countries in the world. Again, some are making it legal tender, many just want to get a piece of the pie. More regulation, taxes, that's the route it's going.

Imagine somebody that never bought a domain, not into domains but reads an article every now and then and came to this forum to tell everybody about domains. You probably wouldn't take them too serious, since this is something you do. It's what you're doing here. I felt the same way before I got into it. It's just not a topic you're very knowledgeable on since you're not in that space.

More people/big business get into crypto every day. Who do you think votes politicians in? Who has money to influence/donate to politicians?
 

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The value of Bitcoin alone is bigger than the entire US stock market. Think about that.

EDIT : Crypto bigger than any US company. (At it’s high)
 
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It's not just a few countries, its one of the biggest economies in the world China

Then Russia, Iran, Egypt, etc.

I will tag you every time another country is added to the list, so technically it will take a loooooooong time for this topic to die :cool:



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https://blog.coinbase.com/fact-chec...ivity-and-is-a-haven-for-illicit-856a71dfb399

Why post links to articles you don't even bother to read? The article you just linked to, takes apart the points you're attempting to make.

"One of the most widespread but false notions about crypto is that it is mostly used by bad actors for illicit financing."

"Research shows that illicit activity accounts for less than 1 percent of transactions."

"Of that small portion, scams make up the overwhelming majority of cryptocurrency related crime — not money laundering, terrorism, trafficking, or other unlawful activities."

"From 2017 to 2020, criminal economic activity was overwhelmingly conducted through traditional financial institutions."

etc. There is much more in the article

Read the whole thing - https://blog.coinbase.com/fact-chec...ivity-and-is-a-haven-for-illicit-856a71dfb399
 

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I could not find the article I was looking for so I just did a quick search. But remember what happened to Bitcoin when china banned it. It took a dive and it will do that every time another country is added to the list. Sure it will bounce back but eventually someone will lose.

Am I wanting it to fail? Nope, I own 2 Bitcoins myself and have been holding them since they were at 1k. They say eventually it will get to a million which means I will have two million dollars.

Who do you think I would prefer wins this argument?

You of course because I will make lots of money. However the reality is that eventually all these coins will slide into oblivien as countries ban them.

I still hope I am wrong but....
 
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MapleDots said:
I could not find the article I was looking for so I just did a quick search. But remember what happened to Bitcoin when china banned it. It took a dive and it will do that every time another country is added to the list. Sure it will bounce back but eventually someone will lose.

Am I wanting it to fail? Nope, I own 2 Bitcoins myself and have been holding them since they were at 1k. They say eventually it will get to a million which means I will have two million dollars.

Who do you think I would prefer wins this argument?

You of course because I will make lots of money. However the reality is that eventually all these coins will slide into oblivien as countries ban them.

I still hope I am wrong but....

Yeah, I really don't think you understand how this works.

And anytime something dips like Bitcoin or any other other coin, that's called a buying opportunity. I bought more Bitcoin when it dipped under 30,000 recently and other coins. I'm very happy now.
 
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