Ethereum Name Service registrations surge by 200% amid lower gas fees

Ethereum Name Service registrations surge by 200% amid lower gas fees

ENS domain registrations went from 11,042 to 29,727, as the domain “000.eth” was bought for 300 ETH. Ethereum domains showed an increase in demand as Ethereum Name Service (ENS) registration totaled 126,141 registrations in just one week. The ENS Dashboard, a data tracker created by developer Nick Johnson, showed that registrations went from 11,042 to 29,727, showing an increase of over 200% over the weekend. This happened amid the second-largest .eth domain sale when “000.eth” was bought on Sunday at 300 Ether (ETH), which is worth around $320,000 at the time of sale. Because of the....


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