Binance.US, one of the largest crypto exchanges based in the U.S., has announced a partnership with Unstoppable Domains to enable users to mint their Binance.US domains on Polygon. This move enables customers to take ownership of their online identities by using their .crypto, .nft, and .x domains on the platform. The partnership was announced during Consensus 2023 in Austin, Texas.
Ghana’s cyberspace players deliberate on vibrant and thriving internet ecosystem
The Ghana Domain Name Registry (GDNR) engaged stakeholders in the digital sphere with a program aimed at improving Ghana's global digital inclusion and ensuring the stability, security, and reliability of the internet ecosystem in the country. The meeting included both state and private sector players in Ghana's internet ecosystem, including the National Information Technology Agency (NITA), the...
Dril and AOC Join Bluesky: What Does it Mean for Branding?
several decentralized alternatives have emerged in recent years, including Bluesky. In a significant branding move, two of Twitter's most prominent personalities, Dril and AOC, have joined Bluesky, raising the platform's profile and potentially signaling a shift away from Twitter.
StormGain Partners with Unstoppable Domains: A Move Towards Enhanced User Experience and Security
StormGain, a leading cryptocurrency trading platform, has partnered with Unstoppable Domains, a San Francisco-based company, to provide its users with enhanced security and a more convenient trading experience. The partnership is expected to simplify the sending and receiving of cryptocurrencies by replacing cryptocurrency addresses with a human-readable name. This move is set to change the way...
GoDaddy Acquires DNAcademy to Enhance Domains Product Offering
GoDaddy, the leading internet domain registrar and web hosting company, has recently announced its acquisition of DNAcademy's content and related assets. This move is expected to benefit the company and the domain name industry as a whole. In this article, we will take a closer look at the acquisition and its potential impact.
Why Unconventional Spellings Could Hurt Your Brand: Insights from a New Study
The use of unconventional spellings for brand names may backfire, reducing consumers’ willingness to support the brand, according to a recent study by the University of Notre Dame and The Ohio State University. The researchers argue that consumers perceive unconventional spellings as a deliberate persuasion tactic to influence their beliefs about the brand, damaging perceptions of the brand’s...
Katy Perry Loses Legal Battle with Sydney-Based Designer Over Trademark Infringement
US pop sensation Katy Perry recently lost a lengthy legal battle with an Australian fashion designer, Katie Jane Taylor, who claimed trademark infringement over the sale of clothes, including t-shirts and pyjamas, in Australia. Ms Taylor, who had been designing clothes in Australia for 15 years, alleged that Perry had infringed her trademark by using one that was “substantially identical to, or...
How ChatGPT is Revolutionizing Domain Name Registration in the UAE
If you're starting a business in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), you already know how important it is to have an online presence. And for that, you need a domain name that represents your business and is easy to remember. But with so many businesses vying for the same domain names, it can be challenging to find one that is available and suitable for your business. That's where ChatGPT comes in.
HIRE Technologies sells Select Assets of Headhunters Business, Reduces Current Liabilities
HIRE Technologies Inc. (TSXV:HIRE.V)(OTCQB:HIRRF) has recently closed the sale of select assets from its Headhunters business unit to the former shareholders of The Headhunters Recruitment Inc. and 2498820 Alberta Ltd. This branding move will reduce HIRE's liabilities, including a significant $4.7 million contingent consideration, ultimately strengthening its financial position.
Microsoft 365 Apps and Services are switching to the “cloud.microsoft” domain name
Microsoft has recently announced a change in the domain name pattern for its user-facing Microsoft 365 apps and services. This means that Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Teams, and other Microsoft 365 applications will now be accessible through the cloud.microsoft domain-name pattern.