Migrating your .com domain to the metaverse is free and easy. To claim a domain, enter the email address associated with your company's domain (e.g. email@example.com). If no one has already registered your company.metaverse, you'll receive an email to verify your address belongs to you and, if your registration is successful, a confirmation message. The ICANN-registered admin of your company's domain will also receive a notice that the .metaverse domain has been claimed by you and will provide them with your email so they can contact you.
If your domain shows as taken, you be able to click a link that sends a message to the already active domain administrator letting them know you are enquiring about the domain. They will then be able to respond directly to you through the email address you provided.
You can register the domain for an email address that belongs to the namespace you are already part of. If anyone else from your namespace tries to register that domain we will let them know it’s already been registered by you. You cannot currently register a domain whose namespace you do not belong to.
If you do not have a .com domain, you can still register it and we will notify you when we are able to support non .com domains. Until then, you will receive an address that looks like this
You should receive an email confirming your .metaverse domain registration within 5 minutes after registering. If you do not receive a confirmation, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
In the coming months, we will be rolling out a number of functions that will add utility to your .metaverse domain. As a domain holder, you are automatically signed up for our Newsletter to make sure you are the first to know.
Please send an email to email@example.com from the same email address you registered the domain with, using “Domain registration” in the subject line.
Try to register the domain, at which point, if you cannot, you’ll be able to click on the “Contact your domain administrator?” on the right hand side of the screen, sending a request that the person who registered the domain contact you.