when it comes to Historical NFT project, the general rule is: Older means better.the traditional collection Cryptopunks, cryptokittiesWhen curio card It has gained renewed popularity over the past few years, and the fact that its origins can be traced through the history of blockchain lends these projects a wealth of historical and cultural value.
However, while many collectors take pride in picking up old Relic Tokens, even those who call themselves NFT historians seem to miss a single classic NFT collection. With the revival of the Linagee Name Registrar, the collective NFT community is in awe of a utility-based project almost as old as the Ethereum blockchain itself.
Linagee Name Registrar
Linagee Name Registrar A simple domain name registrar made for the Ethereum blockchain.who are accustomed to ethereum name service (ENS) definitely understands the power and importance of creating and owning a short name that links directly to your Ethereum wallet.
A name registration service, as the name suggests, An anonymous Ethereum developer named Linagee — also holds the honor of deployment very first time Ethereum smart contract. Name Registrar, immediately after expanding Linagee went to reddit announce the project.
Deployment destination August 8, 2015the Linagee Name Registrar was launched just a week before the Ethereum blockchain. July 30, 2015.NFT Archaeologist Mason Keresti I rediscovered the project while decompiling all the contracts in the first 300,000 blocks of the Ethereum blockchain. The project seemed largely forgotten and was essentially inaccessible to the general NFT enthusiast.
Only 60 domain names were initially created under contract in 2015, so in order to integrate the project into the NFT ecosystem, Keresty created: new mining app Link to the original smart contract. Soon after, the new app was shared across his NFT community, resulting in exponential growth of the newly founded Linagee OpenSea collection as enthusiasts raced to register their names.
How do name registrars work?
Linagee Name Registrar is very similar to ENS in that it allows users to purchase and manage domain names for their wallets. However, there are some differences, the two most prominent being: a) Linagee currently appears to serve only as a domain for Ethereum wallets (as opposed to ENS, which can be used to name websites, wallets, NFTs, and other digital assets; b) Linagee It allows users to reserve their name indefinitely, whereas ENS requires users to choose and pay for a specific period of time.
The Linagee Registrar allows users to claim a name using the “Reserve” feature. Reservation allows the user to set the domain name of the wallet using the “setAddress” function. Please note that a name can only be reserved once. If someone has already purchased a particular name of yours, the name will appear as unavailable and he will likely only be available via OpenSea.
The new Linagee site also enables domain name wrapping and transfers, further enhancing the usability of the registrar system.You can learn more about this and that Click here for other functions.
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Given that the Linagee Registrar’s history predates the majority of NFT collectors being exposed to the strange and wide world of cryptocurrencies, the importance of this project cannot be overstated. Still, importance aside, time will tell if the project can maintain its usability and desirability as part of more of today. Mature NFT market.