By integrating with Pazly, Freename claims that users can, “Simply drag and drop editable components to build beautiful responsive websites.” The new website-building tools and functionality are a further step toward Web3 accessibility for mainstream users and aim toward creating greater mass adoption of Web3.
Users can build a decentralised website on their own Web3 domain without any coding knowledge. They will be able to purchase a domain on Freename and access Pazly to build the decentralised site from various templates. As part of the new partnership, Pazly has launched a branded Freename template that the community can use to showcase top-level domains, Opensea listing and more.
Since a Web3 website is not stored on a single server, it can be hosted in many different places. Freename hopes to build a Web3 ecosystem of domains and applications to give users the freedom to use their created domains regardless of where they purchased them.
The partnering companies have created and published a complete tutorial on building and publishing a website using Freename domains to help users get started on their Web3 site development. Recently Animoca Brands announced that a physical Web3 club would open in Los Angeles to create a space for the growing community.