The ENS is well-known but has a little-known feature
You can add your pfp's link to your ENS profile
Now you'll see your pfp all over web3-enabled sites!
Most NFT heads are familiar with the Ethereum Name Service (ENS). This system allows you to create a “.eth” wallet address. Default crypto wallet addresses are a hexadecimal hash that start with “0x…” and end with a blindingly long combo of letters and numbers–not at all user friendly or memorable. With the ENS, you can make a personal wallet address that shows your personality… like, RoarStock2023.eth or LoganPaulScammedCryptoZooCommunity.eth, or whatever .eth address you think of! Of course, many of the most sought after ENS domains have already been claimed (yes, w33d.eth is taken). But if you go to ens.domains, you can find the right address for yourself.
While the above is pretty basic info for a lot of people, many collectoors don’t know that they can actually put their pfp INTO their ENS account. This is a really cool feature. It allows connected websites to display your pfp alongside your ENS name. It looks great and it allows you to flex your pfp in a web3-native way. Let’s check out how to do it.
First of all, you will want to go to ens.domains, open up the app, and search your own ENS. (In this case, you can see my faux-edgy, angsty ENS 😉)
Then, connect your wallet.
When you see all the info regarding your ENS, click on the EDIT PROFILE on the lower right side of the screen.
Next, click on the “avatar” field. There are two main options here:
1) If you wanna upload the image you want.
2) If you want to use your actual NFT to populate the avatar pic, click on select NFT, the NFTs in your wallet will load and then you will be able to choose which one you want as an avatar pic.
Once the Avatar field is filled, click on sign and upload. This will initiate a blockchain transaction that you’ll need to approve.
After a few minutes, refresh your browsers...
and voilà, you now are getting the most out of your ENS Domain!
Here's how it looks on OpenSea.
Hope you found this helpful, Anon. Enjoy your avatar-enabled ENS!