A colleague of mine has several thousand Ethereum Name Service (ENS) domains for US counties and states. He wants to make use of them. Does anyone have ideas for how to use these ENS domains, or leads to government blockchain interest?
My gut says that it’d be best to hold onto them. Maybe one day, if there is higher adoption rates and eventually mass adoption, they will be work significantly more. It’s comparable to people who own .com domains and sell them for a large premium.
Unless he needs the cash, I’d say he’d be doing himself a disservice by selling this early in the adoption curve.
Thanks, @FaierPlay. Unfortunately, .ETH domains require annual renewal, so that is $5K-$10K renewal cost per year. The only way I could see this worthwhile is if he collaborated to build an active project now.