, the major provider of cryptocurrency wallets, is integrating with unstoppable domains to make it easier to send crypto money to its customers.

Unstoppable Domains announced Thursday that it has integrated’s built-in support, allowing 32 million verified users to send money using their username instead of the full address of their crypto wallet.

The initiative aims to eliminate the risk of human error in sending money, and simplify transactions between users of and more than 50 other wallets and exchanges backed by unstoppable domains, including Coinbase, MyEtherWallet, and others.

The integration allows users to send cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC) and Ether (ETH) using the recipient’s readable domain instead of a 25-42 digit alphanumeric wallet address. In this way, users are protected from typos or incorrect copying associated with them.

“Thanks to our integration with, if an address is not associated with a wallet, an invalid address message will appear,” Matthew Gould, founder and CEO of Unstoppable Domains, told Cointelegraph.

There is no specific character length for the wallet address, Gould said. We recommend choosing only a domain that is easy to read and remember. It can be your name and surname, nickname, and your company name.”

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This news comes as Unstoppable Domains reached a milestone when the company sold more than 1 million Non-Tangible Domain Names (NFTs) on the Ethereum blockchain. In addition to sending and receiving money, these .crypto NFT domains are used to create decentralized websites to publish content and access Web3.

Source: CoinTelegraph