If you’re bothered by sending cryptos with wallet addresses, don’t worry then. KuCoin Wallet has added support for mainstream naming protocols which allow humans to use easy-to-remember domain names for cryptocurrency addresses.
From today on, you can directly use readable domain names by ENS, Unstoppable and Space ID to send cryptos to your friends, instead of pasting the long and difficult hashes.
Follow the tutorial below to learn how to send cryptos with a domain name.
Step 1: Select the token you want to send
Open the KuCoin Wallet App. Choose the token you want to send and remember to select the right network. We’ll take ETH as an example here.
Step 2: Enter the domain name in the address bar
Tap [Send] on the page of the token and input the number of tokens you want to send.
On the sending page, type the domain name in the address bar. If an address appears under the address bar, it’s possible to send tokens to that name. Then click [Next].
Also, if the verification of domain name failed, this means whoever shared the domain name haven’t linked the address to receive the token and the sending cannot be processed.
Step 3: Send your transaction
On the confirmation page, you’ll see the details of transaction. Check the info and click [Send] to complete the transfer.
About KuCoin Wallet
KuCoin Wallet is a secure and easy-to-use crypto wallet that supports multi-chain aggregation powered by the KuCoin ecosystem. With the security expertise of KuCoin and the leading security technology audited by Hacken, KuCoin Wallet is a self-custody wallet with users having full control of their assets. KuCoin Wallet provides the easiest way for users to manage multi-chain assets and enables them to buy, store and view NFT collections directly within the wallet. KuCoin Wallet is a gateway to the world of Web3 for all crypto users.