Unstoppable Domains and Polygon Labs have made .polygon a new domain extension to make it easier for people to sign in to Web3 apps, send cryptocurrency and NFTs, and build decentralized websites.
With .polygon domains, people can build a fully-owned digital identity and show their support for the Polygon ecosystem at the same time. Also, thanks to.polygon domains, users will be able to use the same identity in more than 750 dApps, games, and metaverses.
Sanket Shah, Vice President Head of Growth Business Development at Polygon Labs, said that Web3 domains will give our community a digital identity that they fully own. This will let them sign in to dApps without giving out personal information and make cryptocurrency transactions without having to remember complicated wallet addresses. We are thrilled to add digital identities that users own to the Polygon ecosystem.
People can make profiles on Unstoppable Domains and link them to their social media accounts. They can also show badges, tickets, awards, and other on-chain tokens. To celebrate the launch, Unstoppable Domains is giving an exclusive discount of 25% off.polygon domains, up to a maximum of $25, for the next 48 hours.
After the sale, on March 16, Unstoppable will offer exclusive access to premium.polygon gaming and digit domains. This gives you the chance to buy gamer.polygon or a very popular two- or three-digit domain, like 00.polygon.
Sandy Carter, Chief Operating Officer and Head of Business Development at Unstoppable Domains, was excited about the company’s plans to strengthen its partnership with Polygon Labs and bring their communities even closer together by introducing.polygon Web3 domains. “User-owned digital identities are the future of the Internet,” says Polygon. “With the Polygon ecosystem, we’re giving more people the power of user-owned digital identities.”
Click here to make a reservation for your .polygon Web3 domain name. If you’re making a dApp and want to add .polygon digital identities to your user interface, start here. Follow our social media and blog to find out what’s going on in the Polygon ecosystem.
Content Source: polygon.technology