GCD to Host Blockchain Domain Names Webinar

I was talking to a chiropractor friend yesterday about domain names. He has been trading cryptocurrency for several years, and we talk about it regularly despite the fact that my knowledge is usually limited to what I read on my Twitter feed.

Yesterday my friend asked me about .ETH domain names, and admittedly, I didn’t know much about them. He mentioned that he had tried to get one, but the gas charges were outrageous. I told him that I knew very little about the subject beyond the fact that .ETH is not governed by ICANN and that you cannot easily access a .ETH website. I typed nic.eth on my phone to show him what I meant, and it returned a google search rather than a website or error page.

I reiterated that I didn’t know much about blockchain domain names and felt bad that I couldn’t share more information with him.

Perhaps by chance, an email just arrived in my inbox and caught my eye. GoDaddy Corporate Domains (GCD) will be hosting a webinar to provide an overview of blockchain domain names. Here’s what the webinar covers:

Over the past year, questions and interest in blockchain domains (sometimes referred to as decentralized domains, NFT domains, or web3 usernames) have grown significantly. But what are blockchain domains, how do they work and how are they used today? Join Tyler Mason, Senior Director of Strategy and Consulting at GCD, on Wednesday, December 1 at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET, as he reviews this technology. Specifically, it will cover:

The different types of blockchain domain names
Basics of how they work and how they differ from the traditional namespace
Questions related to trademark abuse and possible future name collisions

While my chiropractor friend may not be interested in watching this webinar, I will be signing up so that I can learn more.

The 45-minute webinar is free but registration is required. The webinar will take place on December 1 at 1:00 p.m. EST (10:00 a.m. Pacific). There will be a question and answer period at the end if participants wish to ask questions.

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