Coinbase to hand out ENS usernames to simplify wallet transactions

Coinbase to hand out ENS usernames to simplify wallet transactions


As simplified wallet addresses become more popular within the blockchain space, crypto exchange Coinbase integrated with Ethereum Name Service (ENS) to give their customers usernames to replace their traditional Coinbase crypto wallet addresses. 

In a post, the exchange announced that it will be handing out free “name.cb.id” usernames. Through Coinbase Wallet’s browser extension, people can claim their new address and use it for their transactions. With this, users can send and receive crypto tokens using the simplified name instead of the usual 42-word alphanumerical address.

The exchange also said in the announcement that this is a necessary step in creating a more open financial system for the world. According to Coinbase, the use of “human-readable” usernames is a step toward making Web3 more user-friendly. The firm

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