In a few days, on June 27th, the auction for 60 web domains of various kinds will open. The peculiarity of these domains is that they are based on blockchain and therefore impossible to censor by governments.
— Guillermo Jimenez (@guillermojimnz) June 20, 2019
As can be seen on the page dedicated to the domains available for auction, which are sorted by the number of views, in the top 5 there are web domains related to the blockchain space, namely bitcoin.zil, crypto.zil, blockchain.zil, money.zil.
It is still possible to register to take part in the auction, which, as mentioned, will begin on June 27th. The first round foresees that web domains have a price tag of 10 thousand dollars and that the domain must be purchased by paying with crypto, using bitcoin (BTC), ethereum (ETH), litecoin (LTC) or bitcoin cash (BCH).
The second phase, on the other hand, scheduled for July 9th, will see a minimum threshold of $10 up to a maximum of 10 thousand, but in this case, the only payment option will be ZIL, the Zilliqa cryptocurrency.
Zilliqa is currently listed on Binance, Bittrex, OKEx, Huobi, Ethfinex and KuCoin, to name but a few of the most significant exchanges by volume.
A few days ago, Zilliqa’s blockchain turned two years old and the development team finally opened up the possibility of creating smart contracts, as well as the fact that it is entering into numerous interesting partnerships, including the one with the marketing company Mindshare.
In addition, the first stablecoin based on Zilliqa, the Hybrid Euro, was recently announced.