The Handshake Domain Ecosystem, Community, Auctions, and more with Mark Smith
What is the next “big thing” on the horizon? This often tends to be the never-ending question about many things in life, domains included decade after decade, year after year.
There are many big moments in and throughout the history of tech, especially when considering domains and their role in the existence of the Internet.
One of the latest topics up for discussion amidst a world of civil unrest and #CancelCulture is the birthing and formation of a decentralized internet — the web 3.0.
From the legacy domains in a centralized structure of management to the decentralized management of handshake domains, the Handshake domain ecosystem is steadily growing day after day.
Can legacy and Handshake domains coexist in a new web ecosystem?
Today’s podcast guest, Mark Smith, shares insightful thoughts about the forming Handshake domain industry, community, auctions and more.
While Mark’s a newly minted Handshake domain investor and advocate, he is also the Founder of Namesake.Domains — a consultancy aimed at helping brands adopt and develop their Handshake domains.
During this jam-packed 1.5 hour session, Mark and I dive deep into the nitty-gritty details about how best to get started buying, selling, and auctioning Handshake domains.
Mark and I also discuss the ins and outs of Handshake domain investing and development as well as common Handshake domain use cases, including how Mark became the handshake domain registry of .gin.
Finally, Mark compares and contrasts the feasibility and interoperability of Handshake and legacy domain ecosystems re-imagining the future of web 3.0.
If you’re ready to get your learn on about Handshake, $HNS, and the decentralized internet of tomorrow today, then hit play and journey with Mark and me. Enjoy!
Fantastic interview. Mark is very knowledgeable and presents a clear picture of where HNS is today as well as some of it’s potential.
HNS hit me like a lightning bolt as soon as I first read about it.
Hi Dave! Thanks for the feedback. Mark is a gem, and I’m as excited as you are about where HNS could head in the future.