Blockchain Domain Names Interview With Brad Kam


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In today's episode, Steve McGarry interviews Brad Kam, the co-founder of Unstoppable Domains, which is a company that focuses on building domains on blockchains. What Is Unstoppable Domains And What Is It About? Unstoppable Domains acts like a registry such as .com; however, they build names on Blockchain. A traditional domain name is part of a centralized system called DNS, wherein some servers are controlled by a specific group of people who also track the owners of these domain names. The domain registry built by Unstoppable Domains sits outside of the said system, and it gives the user the ability to control and manage the domain name themselves. Tokens are in the ethereum wallet, which means that others cannot take the domain name you have for yourself, unlike the traditional .com names wherein people can easily take them away from you, update it, move it, or hack the name. There are two things that the Blockchain domain can do that those others cannot: Allow users to send cryptocurrency without tracing the source address. You can build a censorship-resistant website that only you can put up or takedown. -- Divi is creating the world's first closed-loop, vertically-integrated cryptocurrency ecosystem. Much like Apple's ecosystem is anchored by iCloud, the Divi Project blockchain serves as the core of the Divi network of technologies. Thanks to a keen understanding of the divide that separates the mainstream from the crypto world, the Divi team is able to create solutions to the industry's biggest problem: adoption by non-technical users. Divi's user-friendly, one-click solutions aim to bring blockchain-based payments into modernity with great UX. In this podcast, we will cover all aspects of cryptocurrency, hot topics, and technology as worldwide adoption grows

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