NEO Enters Ecosystem of Decentralized Identities with NFT-based Domain Name Service

The team at NEO are pleased to announce the launch of NeoNS — which is described as  the first Neo name service provider on Neo N3.

NeoNS reportedly offers “a more streamlined, efficient and functional experience within the Neo ecosystem and beyond.”

You can visit NeoNS and “start registering names now at”

NeoNS complements their “all-in-one, feature and dApp rich ecosystem, adding to the array of developer and user friendly solutions such as decentralized oracles, NeoFS, and NeoID.” With the launch of NeoNS, they “continue to build key Web3 infrastructure that allows individuals to move around the web with greater ease, freedom, security, and privacy.”

NeoNS gives users “an easy-to-remember way to collect Neo N3 wallets in one place, removing the need to remember and store long and complex addresses.” Businesses will also “benefit from NeoNS NFT-embedded domain ownership that ensures no one other than the domain owner can take time or censor the content linked to the domain.”

NeoNS works with new domains but also “allows linking already existing DNS domains or files under decentralized domain aliases.”

Neo’s N3-hosted domains “utilize the top-level domain extension — .neo, — managed by the Neo Council, which is voted in by the NEO token holders.” Users can also “create subdomains from domains that they own.” For example, if you owned hello.neo you could “create home.hello.neo.”

Each of the human-readable subdomains “can be mapped as an alias to any records stored on the N3 blockchain such as wallet addresses, dApp addresses, or decentralized files.” This will allow developers “to better organize data used for their dApps.”

Unlike traditional centralized domain names, “all registered .neo subdomains are minted on N3 as NFTs, fully owned by users.” The NFT domain format “means that domain ownership is easily transferable between wallets and traded as any other kind of NFT.” Each domain is stored in the user’s wallet “rather than on a centralized server where traditional domains are managed.”

As the sole owner of the .neo subdomain, the user “has full freedom to decide what a given domain links to, whilst all information stored under the alias is censorship and third party control proof, meaning no centralized authority can delete or make the information inaccessible.”

Whether it is about having a human-readable wallet address, mapping .neo domain to content such as an NFT gallery, or using NeoNS for better organization of decentralized files and N3 dApp-related information, Neo is “making navigating Web3 more user-friendly and intuitive.”

The team believes that such user-friendly organization of blockchain information is “a milestone for blockchain UX entering the realm of ‘the familiar’ and onboarding the next generation of mainstream web3 users.”

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