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The unifarm dApp just added ENS domains support

ENS Domain

The @unifarm dApp now supports the ENS domain! For linked wallets, users will now see their ENS name in the upper right corner. ENS domains, also known as Ethereum Name Service (ENS) domains, are a decentralized and safe means to transfer human-memorable language into Ethereum addresses. Domains ending in.eth presently have seven or more characters. The ability to store NFTs is a capability that is especially interesting with ENS domains. The ENS domains of users might be shown with their chosen NFT. Ethereum domains may also be used to sign in to the Ethereum network. As a result, your ENS name may be used as a global username on a variety of platforms.

Users may tie human-readable names to blockchain and non-blockchain resources including Ethereum addresses, IPFS hashes, and website URLs using ENS domains.

On secondary markets, ENS domains may be purchased and sold. This program is unique in that it allows users to establish free Ethereum subdomains with a single blockchain transaction. I’ve given you enough facts (and hopefully enough inspiration) to construct your own Ethereum-based blockchain program, when combined with my smart contract lesson.

about unifarm

The unifarm dApp just added ENS domains support

UniFarm allows you to farm tokens in one convenient location. Users are no longer required to farm various tokens across several platforms or exchanges. It’s easy to use. UniFarm is a simple user interface that provides a positive user experience, with one-click stake and unstake capabilities on a truly decentralized network.

About Nicolle

She is an Indian Freelance writer. She loves thinking, learning, and writing about all things Web3.

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