introduces encrypted transactions based on usernames

The major crypto wallet provider is integrating with Unstoppable Domains to simplify sending encrypted funds to its customers.

Unstoppable Domains announced on Thursday that it has integrated local support for, enabling the latter’s 32 million verified users to send funds using usernames instead of full encrypted wallet addresses.

The plan aims to eliminate the risk of human error when sending funds and simplify transactions between users and more than 50 other wallets and exchanges supported by Unstoppable Domains, including Coinbase Wallet, MyEtherWallet, etc.

The integration allows users to send cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin (Bitcoin) And ether (Ethereum) Use a human-readable recipient domain instead of a 25 to 42-digit alphanumeric wallet address. In this way, users will be protected from related spelling errors or copy errors.

“Through our integration with, if the address is not linked to the wallet, an’invalid address’ message will pop up,” Unstoppable Domains founder and CEO Matthew Gould told Cointelegraph.

Gould said that the domain wallet address does not have a specific character length. “We only recommend that you choose a domain that is easy to read and remember. It could be your first and last name, your nickname, your company name,” he pointed out.

related: Unstoppable Domains’ .crypto website is now accessible via Brave browser

When the news was released, Unstoppable Domains reached an important milestone. The company sold more than 1 million domain names, which were minted as non-fungible tokens (NFT) on the Ethereum blockchain. In addition to sending and receiving funds, these NFT domains with a .crypto extension are also used to create decentralized websites to publish content and access Web3.