.eth names

Is it okay to submit services with .eth names such as ethereum.eth?

There are currently 218,000 registered .eth names.

.eth names require a specific browser implementation to be reachable (Brave has support built-in and other Chromium based browsers and Firefox require extensions such as MetaMask).

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Sure,

we support all standardized domains with additional unapproved IANA top level domains. Currently the only one in the list is .onion however we can extend that to include .eth as well.

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That’s nice.

There is one additional problem:
When navigating to a .eth name, both the MetaMask extension and Brave (which uses MetaMask internally) will immediately forward you to the content address (such as ipfs://hash), which means the ToS;DR browser extension will never actually display the grade and points for that service.

So we could either add a workaround to the extension or wait until browsers receive proper .eth support.

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Yep thats right, we only support the http(s) protocol as of now.

There won’t be any support for additional protocols in the near future, feel free to submit a proposal though.

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