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@dhof
name registration is such an obvious way to monetize decentralized/federated communication protocols you have to wonder how many times it's going to happen in the next few years for many i think it'd be tough to give up potential revenue to ENS (or in the future fnames) just because they got there a moment earlier
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Jesse Pollak ๐Ÿ”ต
@jessepollak
I think one hybrid structure which could achieve the best of both worlds (revenue/control for issuer + compatibility with ENS) is that services leverage ENS subdomains with special treatment in their product (+ fees, additional functionality)
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Michael
@michael
Same thing goes for new clients. What's to stop people from building new clients that ignore fnames and layer their own naming system on top?
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Ben Basche
@basche42
Good argument for why DIDs will probably sit at the top of the identity stack. One ID for many names
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Corbin Page ๐Ÿ‘‘๐ŸŽฉ
@corbin.eth
Agreed, ENS is going to have many fast followers, the ecosystem will be super confusing for a bit, and then eventually the network effects winners will emerge in each ecosystem.
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@iandaos
yep. and that is just the beginning.
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@nir
subdomains sbf.tools
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Nicholas Charriere
@pushix
Web2: fight to keep you in my walled garden Web3: fight for you to use my building block username in other apps It's not perfect, but it's getting better!
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@nir
apparently hot take: ENS is THE most widely adopted standard in web3, set up as a public good, decentralized enough, INSANELY openly composable via subdomains to any project or community. Subdomain registries can be/have been set up with their own fees and rules (see https://esf.tools) of all things to reinvent?
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@ace
@perl I 100% agree. #dom
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Nick Confrey | Seam
@ncc
Names have different meanings depending on their social context (gamer tags versus IG handles versus realID), so I suspect this namespace landgrab isnโ€™t going to settle down with a winner-take-all.
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