After the recent “hack” and certain .eth domains being hijacked (if I can say it this way) there were several articles from CoinDesk, Yahoo News and others that OpenSea would blacklist the domains in question, also ENS was considering blacklisting the hijacked domains. So all of this raised some questions, and I’m not the only one wondering if and how this is even possible.
What would blacklist a .eth domain by the ENS registrar mean? Under what circumstances would a domain be blacklisted? Apple.eth was one of the hijacked domains (sorry iPhone fans, it’s a fruit) does that mean ENS could blacklist PlayStation.eth, if so, where would TrainStation.eth fit? We’re you considering blacklisting them only because they were “hacked? “ What is ENS’s copyright policy regarding .eth domains? What I mean by that is whether you just hand over a domain to a corporation claiming ownership, or you would need a court order before you do that? Also, under which jurisdiction would .eth domains fit? Take ICANN as an example for the last question.
Finally, how in the world can I delete a subdomain?
Sorry guys, I’m not the one who exploited the bug!