Continuing the discussion from [Using $ENS token as a payment option for ENS domain registration and renewal fees alongside $ETH]

Continuing the discussion from Using $ENS token as a payment option for ENS domain registration and renewal fees alongside $ETH:

Could not reply to that, so trying this way.

So, I am not agree.
We do not need to use $ENS as ANY kind of payment.
It was very wise to make this token as voting power.
If we would make it as any kind of payment or asset, we would have some problem with SEC.
I believe we should position $ENS as voting power ONLY.
The fact that it has it’s own price should be positioned as secondary, not primary.

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It’s being traded on exchanges and therefore has a price. I don’t think allowing it as a domain payment option would change whether or not the SEC considers it a security.

I am closing this topic as it is redundant to the Using $ENS token as a payment option for ENS domain registration and renewal fees alongside $ETH