We are excited to announce our partnership with Unstoppable Domains, a leading Web 3 domain provider, to bring our users a more streamlined and user-friendly experience when sending and receiving crypto.
With this partnership, Cogni Wallet users can now send and receive crypto with an Unstoppable Domain address, which replaces the long and hard to remember wallet address. This makes transactions simpler and more accessible to all users, especially those who are new to the world of crypto.
Furthermore, users can also purchase premium unstoppable domains, which are already created, through the Cogni Wallet. This allows users to customize their domain names to make them more memorable and easier to share with others. With extensions like .crypto, .nft, .x, .wallet, .blockchain, and more, users have a wide range of options to choose from.
Sending crypto with an Unstoppable Domain address is as simple as:
Purchasing Unstoppable Domains can also be done directly through Cogni’s Wallet Connect feature.
In addition, users will soon be able to purchase Unstoppable Domains through the upcoming Cogni Marketplace feature, where they will be able to connect to various tools, NFT exchanges, Metaverses and Games, and DeFi protocols. By default, users will also get a subdomain wallet of their own with their Cogni account.
We believe that our partnership with Unstoppable Domains will bring greater accessibility and convenience to our users, making transactions simpler and more user-friendly. We are excited about this new partnership and the benefits it will bring to our users.
So, start sending your crypto and NFTs to the Unstoppable Domain of your choice, and stay tuned for our next update on purchasing your next domain directly from the Cogni Wallet.
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The Cogni Visa Debit Card is issued by Community Federal Savings Bank, member FDIC, pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc. Crypto wallet funds and digital tokens are not held at any bank and like all cryptocurrencies are not FDIC insured.