What is NOTO?

Noto is a B2B service that offers a unified resolution service for Web3 domains. It based on:

  • A blockchain crawler maintaining an always up-to-date map of Web3 domains across all blockchains

  • A patent-pending scoring mechanism that provides guidance in handling collisions and managing abuse signals related to Web3 domains

  • A reliable distribution mechanism that provides access to detailed information about Web3 domains via API or through DNS zone files

Who is NOTO for?

NOTO can be an extremely useful tool for:

  • Developers and companies that want to resolve web3 domains from any provider/blockchain in their applications from multiple providers.

  • Providers of DNS resolution service that want to enable their users to resolve Web3 domains easily through the same DNS servers they already use for Web2 domains

  • Researchers and Academics that study the development of Web3 and need comprehensive access to quality data for their research.

  • IP and Legal professionals that want to monitor activity on Web3 domains and get signals about potentially abusive use of Web3 domains.

How can I integrate NOTO in my project?

You can integrate NOTO in your project in 2 different ways:

  • Use the NOTO API. Use our simple REST API to perform searches on specific domain names and get full details on them.

  • Use the NOTO DNS. NOTO allows you to export the data about the Web3 domains in the database in the format of a zonefile. This can then be easily imported into your existing DNS resolver to offer easy and fast Web3 resolution service to your users.

How can I get access to NOTO?

NOTO is currently in private beta. We welcome expressions of interest from Network Operators, VPN and DNS providers and application developers as well as Researchers and Academics interested in getting full access to the NOTO backend and API.

We are also making a set of DNS resolvers publicly available to allow interested third parties to test the DNS resolution option offered by NOTO. More details on this are available in the documentation portal.

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