On March 28th, 2023, the official Ethereum Name Service (ENS) NameWrapper was deployed to mainnet. The NameWrapper allows any ENS name owner to turn subdomains of their name into customized tradeable 1155 NFTs. Financeguy74.eth the ENS name, for example, could turn subdomains of it like wrappedsub.financeguy74.eth into its own NFT.
Although a standard user interface was not immediately available, several devs could not wait and opted to interact with the contract directly to test it out. The sixth domain to be wrapped, however, was not a .eth address at all, but rather a .com domain.
Readers may recall that importing a DNS domain into ENS is one ENS’ signature technological capabilities. On April 9th, decashed.com, a domain imported to ENS, was wrapped by the ENS NameWrapper. The result is that decashed.com not only exists as an ENS name but also as a tradeable NFT.
Now even your grandma can check out your NFT art and photos without having to know anything about crypto or web3. If your jpegs are on an ENS-linked ethereum address, then grandma or whoever it is can access them in a web browser with ease. Just type in yourname.eth.photos into a browser and it will display the respective address’s recent jpegs.
Here’s an example: the username 3531.eth can be plugged into a browser as such: 3531.eth.photos.
It’s currently in version 1.0, but it works. The more details one set up in their ENS profile, the more biographical info it will display at the top.
No data is actually hosted within the tool. Instead it pulls data from the public ethereum blockchain to create a visual for the user. Most people would never know they were looking at NFTs or anything blockchain-based unless they were told they were.
*Admittedly, I created the tool so I am biased, but nevertheless, hopefully it makes viewing your own jpegs easy.