Freename has partnered with Pazly to enable Web3 website building, allowing users to build websites and easily publish them on their own Web3 domains.
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.