Minting NFT domains with exclusive TLDs like .chain, .metaverse, .vr, .doge, .shib, .bored is now live on Quik’s NFT domain marketplace! Each of these TLDs has a domain mining limit of 1,000 to 20,000, and they work on a first come, first served basis, so make sure you don’t miss out on your favorite domain.

There are no renewal fees and it comes with a unique NFT artwork. You can use Quik NFT domains to create your digital identity and become a part of Web 3.0, the internet of tomorrow!

Quik is a blockchain-based marketplace that allows users to mint, buy, and sell NFT domains with minimal effort, without third parties.

What are NFT domains?

At first glance, NFT domains look like traditional domain names. However, upon closer inspection, you will see that blockchain-based domain names have different functionalities and are superior with additional features.

Those running a website know the hassle of renewing their domain names annually or risk losing them to the open market. However, this is not the case with Quik NFT domains.

The blockchain-based unstoppable domain names you mint on Quik are owned, not rented. The entire transaction is verified on the public ledger and will always remain yours after the sale until you change your mind.

Quik is currently integrated with three blockchains, Ethereum, BSC and Gate Chain. Therefore, the whole system is tamper-proof and you can keep different transactions at any time. The original Minter also receives 5-10% royalties on each subsequent sale.

Additionally, the decentralized nature of the NFT domains available on Quik also protects them from censorship from a central body, including ICANN and registrars. Once you own a blockchain domain, not even Quik has the authority to make changes.

Within the Quik ecosystem, you can use these domain names as crypto wallet addresses, universal usernames, and build DApps on them once Quik launches its web browser and extensions in the future. Or you can also choose to sell it on Quik and other NFT marketplaces.

Minting NFT domains

Minting is the process of registering an NFT domain on the blockchain via your crypto wallet to receive full custody of the crypto domain.

According to Quik, NFT domains address one of the key problems Web 3.0 operators are trying to solve: providing direct ownership to end users without third-party involvement.

Quik aims to remove barriers to Web 3.0 innovation by offering a new way to sell, mint and acquire NFT domains. Become a part of the adventure now!

Here’s how to mint NFT domains on

Minting NFT domains with exclusive TLDs like .chain, .metaverse, .vr, .doge, .shib, .bored is now live on Quik Marketplace! The platform will also soon introduce other extensions, including .BTC, .Web3, and .address.

You can apply any of your favorite available conditions to these extensions. The entire process on is quick and hassle-free, requiring you to just click “Mint” above the domain in question. The whole task takes no more than a minute!

Furthermore, you can also use the advanced search system to buy already minted NFT domains listed by others.

Here’s how to emboss your NFT domain on Quik via MetaMask:

  • Sign in to your Quik account using Metamask or Mobile Wallet.
  • Find the domain name you want to register from the list.
  • If the domain name is available for minting, click “Mint” or choose another option from the drop-down menu.
  • On your wallet, approve the embossing transaction.
  • The domain name will appear in your profile area once the purchase has been approved.

Ready to create your own NFT domain with Quik? Click here to start. For more information, see the Quik white paper.

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