Sounds feasible, I’m happy to help but I am also autonomous in many spaces - and if things aren’t aligning with ENS interests, please let me/us know.
Currently we have the Pinterest account slowly growing, and the ENS Reddit sub r/EthereumNameService which is looking at cooperating with r/ENSMarket and r/ENSWallets.
We’re also developing “enswallets.org” for resellers, live nightly/weekly secondary auctions etc.
Then there is “Ethereum.gripe” to compliment the efforts of the “Fellowship of Ethereum Wizards” with regard to EIP’s.
Majorly though, this team I’m with, we’re currently entering the Cannabis industry (Australia/USA.) with a focus on AI-Category Management - Procurement.
We’re currently working with med and rec centers already… And in strategy proposal talks with an upcoming annual Marijuana decriminalisation Festival “Mardigrass” located in the Cannabis capital NimBin.
I know you all understand what ENS can do when combined with DNS and that you know how valuable it is to conduct business with these growing industries.
There is a big push for consolidation in the marijuana industry, which is where ENS becomes useful.
We’re creating a utility that people can use when they purchase their Cannabis. Once tx goes thru it should automatically go on instead of scanning due to ENS
Every company is using 0x Protocol. Even the state of Illinois website uses it.
By integrating ENS into each DNS we’ll be able to achieve our program/mine meta data, so much more without concessions on data ownership. The user thinks they are holding a product when in all reality they are the product.
Again, integrating ENS into DNS the meta data still allows the consumer to remain anonymous, like a mutually exclusive event(?)
DNSSEC do encrypt queries, but fall short on protecting user meta data, a data ownership issue.
ENS however, (still dependent on DNSSEC infrastructure) preserve the identity of the user.
So using our utility, you can allow the collection of data…
More data is collected by groups ( / DNS), but is more targeted ( / ENS) yet anonymous. Small-medium- large businesses all benefit from the pooled database.
(We’re looking at access being tokenised so the smaller contributors are segmented (optionally,) and granted more limited access by smaller token allowance, but not entirely sold on the idea.)