A few weeks ago I saw a blurb about Hashport on CoinTelegraph.com. The domain name featured in the story was Hashport.network, registered in June of this year.
What Hashport does:
Interoperability between decentralized networks is set to become a whole lot easier with the introduction of hashport. Launching November 9, 2021, hashport strikes a critical balance between neutrality, security, speed, cost-effectiveness and ease of use.
Hashport achieves this balance by eliminating the need for a native network token, acting as a decentralized public utility while harnessing the power of the Hedera Consensus Service (HCS) and having a robust, industry-leading validator swarm responsible for securing the portal.
Today I see NamePull.com sold Hashport.com for $25,000. The domain name was registered in 2009 and dropped. Registered again by a South Korean in 2014, Anuj from NamePull.com acquired it in 2017. The domain name moved from GoDaddy to GMO.
The domain name is not propagating currently.
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