The Index Podcast
July 26, 2021

Blockchain Domains and Building an Uncensorable Internet with Bradley Kam

Blockchain Domains and Building an Uncensorable Internet with Bradley Kam

Each week host Alex Kehaya interviews decentralized builders creating the next wave of the Internet and is brought to you by The Graph.

In this episode, Alex talks with Bradley Kam, Co-founder of Unstoppable Domains, a software company building domain names on blockchains. 

Kam is an entrepreneur from Atlanta, who previously co-founded Talkable, a YC backed marketing software company. He launched Unstoppable Domains in 2018 with his co-founders Matthew Gould, Braden Pezeshki, and Bogdan Gusiev.

The founders were motivated to start the company by the rising tide of censorship on the Internet. The team believed both Ethereum and smart contracts had matured to a point where they had become ideal tools for launching a blockchain domain registry.

Unstoppable Domains uses decentralized platforms Ethereum and Zilliqa Blockchain as a neutral 3rd party. The service provides censorship immunity to registered domains, and no other government or entity can restrict or remove access to that domain. The company has been a huge success and has already registered over 1 million domain names.

We believe people will use their decentralized websites as their primary distribution channel. It's just one of many Unstoppable Domains marketing tools creators and entrepreneurs use to promote their work or product.

Kam explains how blockchain domains will be the future of Web3, where you can receive money, receive messages, post your content, and even be used as your decentralized identity. 

Listen to Alex’s full interview with Bradley Kam, Co-founder of Unstoppable Domains, and learn more about the future of Web3 on The Index podcast, available on July 28th for download via Apple, Spotify, and other major streaming platforms.

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