ENS names are portable web3 usernames, enable you to easily receive payments in any cryptocurrency, are the foundation of the growing decentralized web, and more — with the self-custody, programability, and security of the Ethereum blockchain. The implications of any one of these use cases are enormous, and ENS does all of them.
And adoption is growing. Two years ago, there were about 25 services with ENS integrated; today there are over 200, including wallets like Coinbase Wallet and Trust Wallet, browsers like Brave and Opera, and dapps like Uniswap and OpenSea.
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