With the sole aim of increasing adoption of blockchain domains across the cryptocurrency ecosystem, Unstoppable Domains has announced the introduction of an additional $1 million to its already launched grant program.
The primary purpose of the Blockchain Domain Grant Program is to increase adoption across all cryptocurrency applications, and this is the reason Unstoppable Domains’ integration tools have room for all blockchain domain extensions that its partners are willing to support.
At the same time, Unstoppable Domains says Atomic Wallet, ImToken, Guardia Wallet are part of its latest grant winners and will be supporting .crypto and .zil domains on their platforms at any moment from now.
Atomic Wallet supports over 300 cryptocurrencies while imToken enables multi-chain asset management. Also, one of the grantees, Guarda Wallet, is a non-custodial wallet that supports thousands of tokens. At the moment, the wallets are integrating supports for the blockchain domain.
Trust Wallet, Coinomi Wallet, and some others are part of the wallets already supporting the Unstoppable Domains’ idea.
In June, Unstoppable Domains first announced a grant program for wallets/exchanges willing to integrate .zil domains.
The project said it was giving out $250,000 in grants to ease the integration of .zil domains into wallets and exchanges. Adopted exchanges received grants ranging from $5,000 to $15,000.
Partnered wallets will enhance crypto payments by exchanging addresses with human-readable names. Also, browsers who are ready to join the idea will make it easy for people to search for their blockchain domains directly within their browsers to resolve websites.
Exchanges, as well, make it possible for people to deposit money into their accounts using domain names.
Unstoppable Domains says it believes support across diverse cryptocurrency applications will result in a robust blockchain domain ecosystem.
At the moment, the project is looking for cryptocurrency applications ready to join in the adoption of the blockchain domain project.