DAS Reverse Record

It allows you to replace the complicated address with your favorite .bit account in applications and also makes your asset transfer more secure.

Record

Each DAS account is associated with multiple records.

If satoshi.bit is associated with multiple types of data, then these data can be accessed via sataoshi.bit in applications such as wallets.

Reverse Record

Each address has only one reverse record.

When an address is pointed to a specific DAS account, this account can be accessed via the address in applications.

Security enhancements

DAS reverse logging leads to more secure transfers and a more secure contract interaction experience

Imagine a scenario where Bob needs to transfer cryptocurrency to Alice, or where he needs to interact with a contract in DApps.

In either case, DAS reverse record is an incredible feature to enhance security for Bob; because it provides a double-checking mechanism to ensure Bob transfers to the correct address and interacts with an identified contract address. This is so important for Web 3.0! We have heard too much about the loss of large sums of money.

To ensure that your friend can transfer cryptocurrency to YOUR address, we highly recommend setting a reverse record for your address.

Set Reverse Record now →

If you are a developer of Exchanges/Wallets, it’s time to refer to our guide to protect your customer’s assets.

Learn how to protect customer’s assets →
Security enhancements

DAS reverse logging leads to more secure transfers and a more secure contract interaction experience

Imagine a scenario where Bob needs to transfer cryptocurrency to Alice, or where he needs to interact with a contract in DApps.

In either case, DAS reverse record is an incredible feature to enhance security for Bob; because it provides a double-checking mechanism to ensure Bob transfers to the correct address and interacts with an identified contract address. This is so important for Web 3.0! We have heard too much about the loss of large sums of money.

To ensure that your friend can transfer cryptocurrency to YOUR address, we highly recommend setting a reverse record for your address.

Set Reverse Record now →

If you are a developer of Exchanges/Wallets, it’s time to refer to our guide to protect your customer’s assets.

Learn how to protect customer’s assets →
INTUITIVE & USER-FRIENDLY

Replace the complicated address with your favorite .bit

If Bob logs in a DApp with his address, his .bit account will be displayed.

Setting a reverse record is like giving an alias to your address. Applications will display your .bit account instead of your address. It's pretty cool because your friends can recognize you at a glance.

If you want to display your .bit account instead of your address in DApps, all you have to do is to set a reverse record for your address.

Set Reverse Record now →

If you are a developer, it's time to deliver more user-friendly service to your users.

Make my applications more user-friendly →
CROSS-CHAIN

DAS Reverse Record is for every chain*

There is an important thing we can’t miss. Any blockchain addresses can be set as a DAS reverse record. It means all developers and users from different blockchain ecosystems can enjoy a more secure and friendly Web3.0 world.

*DAS is on its way to support more public chains. Stay tuned!
Which one do you expect to be the next one? Let us know →

Actually, it’s not just for blockchain

Due to DAS's compatibility, any asymmetric encryption system’s public key/address can be set as a DAS Reverse Record, just like any asymmetric encryption system’s private key can own and manage a DAS account. Therefore, we believe that DAS, on top of being an easily-recognized .bit account, can do much more than we could imagine in the Web3.0 world.

68,715

Addresses have set the DAS Reverse Record

800+

Apps have integrated DAS

Let’s get started

Enjoy the more secure and friendly Web3.0 world now.