Use NFT domains as your:
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. The domain is stored in your cryptocurrency wallet and can be transferred by you after you mint the name on the blockchain with your wallet.
We currently support over 285 cryptocurrency addresses to map to a domain name to make payments easier.
Yes if you mint a domain with our iOS or Android Apps. You are also able to use your own self custody wallets to hold domains.
You will need to use a mirroring service, a browser extension or a browser that supports NFT domains.
Major search engines do not currently index NFT domain websites. For now, you will be able to search for them at https://creativebureau.co.za/NFTDomains/on partner applications that integrate our search bar, or on blockchain apps that index NFT domain websites.
No. NFT domains are what’s called alternate roots. They are not part of the current DNS.
Not by default. Sharing ‘whois’ information is opt in i.e. something that you can choose to do if you want. Otherwise, your identity will not be publicly known.
Trademark holders with proof of ownership can apply to claim ownership of trademarked names. If a trademark name has already been sold, then it will be refunded. Note - this process ends once domains have been distributed. NFT Domains does not have the ability to move a domain once distribution has occurred.
Add your bitcoin, Ethereum, and Zilliqa addresses to your .zil or .crypto domain inside of the ‘my domains’ section at https://creativebureau.co.za/NFTDomains/. When someone types yourname.zil into a supporting wallet, the wallet looks up that domain on the blockchain, finds the appropriate address, and sends to the address associated with that name.