brad.cryptoto the cryptocurrency addresses that name stores. As long as the addresses are set, a user can send any of our 80+ supported cryptocurrencies to an Unstoppable Domain and it will end up in the right place. A user can send
brad.cryptoand it will go to Brad's
BTCaddress. A user can send
brad.cryptoand will go to Brad's
ETHaddress. Unstoppable Domains support 80+ cryptocurrencies and counting.
ryan.crypto. The application sends those two parameters to the
Resolvercontract on the Ethereum blockchain and it returns the record stored under
crypto.ETH.addressfor that domain. This address can be used to complete the
ETHtransfer to Ryan.
ryan.cryptointo Ethereum address
ryan.cryptointo its Ethereum address, the library searches for the
crypto.ETH.addressrecord attached to the domain.
getAddr()methods convert the provided 3-letter ticker into the format
crypto.<TICKER>.address. In this example,
crypto.ETH.address. The library uses
crypto.ETH.addressand the domain name to query the blockchain.
udtestdev-usdt.cryptointo USDT-ERC20 address
USDTcurrency exists on multiple blockchains. Our libraries provide a dedicated method to look up cryptocurrency addresses for different blockchains.
getMultiChainAddress()methods create a key from the provided
ERC20version. The key format is
crypto.USDT.version.<VERSION>.address. In the example above with the
USDT, the created key would be
GETdomains: gets the list of domains
GETdomains/domainName: gets the resolution of the specified domain
GETstatus: gets the synchronization status
GETapi-docs: returns a Swagger documentation page