- Unstoppable Domains has launched a Web3 identity app for the iPhone.
- The company is seeking to boost web3 accessibility and interoperability in a bid to onboard communities to the blockchain.
- The app will allow users to securely manage their digital identities by using an NFT domain.
Unstoppable Domains has launched an iPhone app to bring Web3 identities to the masses. The NFT domain issuer wants to make it easier for people to securely manage their Web3 identities. According to the announcement, the app will allow users to Buy, mint, backup, and manage their domains on the go.
They will also be able to create an NFT profile that can be used both on social media and in real life, granting them access to over 180+ apps, metaverses, and games that have integrated Login with Unstoppable and hundreds of other WalletConnect compatible apps.
The company has sealed several partnerships this year in a bid to expand its addressable market. Last month, Unstoppable inked a deal with the multiplayer skill-based play-and-earn blockchain game Snook.
The company also announced its partnership with LuckyPlay to offer its popular UD logins to LuckyPlay users.
In June, Unstoppable Domains launched profile badges, allowing users to showcase their digital collectibles including NFTs for free. The company had in May, teamed up with family-friendly Web3 platform Blue Studios to launch Wallio, the first crypto wallet for families.
In late July, Unstoppable reached unicorn status following a $65 million Series A round led by Pantera Capital.
Unstoppable is not the only company looking to onboard users to Web3 through mobile phones.
And in July, UK consumer tech company Nothing launched a Web3 smartphone built on Polygon blockchain. Dubbed Phone (1), the launch was accompanied by a commemorative NFT drop, Community Dots, which went on auction on July 7.
Unstoppable Domains said it will offer more than just a chance to manage digital assets. With the NFT domain, “you can download a custom card featuring your NFT Domain, profile picture, and a link to your domain profile (ex: ud.me/sandy.nft),” the company wrote in a blog post announcing the launch of its iPhone app.
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