Ronin Name Service (RNS) is a distributed naming system based on the Ronin blockchain that lets you assign a human-readable
.ron domain name to your long Ronin address:
- Turn this:
- Into this:
By using your RNS name instead of your Ronin address, you can send funds and NFTs to a human-readable name instead of the long string of numbers and characters. RNS is integrated with games, wallets, and dApps, making your
.ron domain name a unique callsign across the entire Ronin ecosystem.
The RNS service is readily accessible on this site. This web portal serves as a gateway for you to interact with RNS, allowing you to register, manage, and utilize user-friendly naming conventions for your Ronin addresses.
Understanding the Ronin Name Service Domains
RNS names may fall into different categories, tiers, and pricing. Learn more.
Register Regular RNS Names
In Ronin Name Service (RNS), regular names are available on a first-come, first-served basis with an annual renewal fee that depends on the domain name's length. Learn more.
Register Protected RNS Names
Reserved exclusively for Sky Mavis' official partners, protected names are not open for registration by the general public. In the RNS system, these names are specifically categorized as "Protected". Learn more.
Buy RNS Names at Auctions
Sky Mavis holds domain auctions for unregistered RNS names that are likely to be highly sought-after, such as adventure.ron and moonshard.ron. Learn more.
Manage RNS Names
After you registered your RNS names, setting up your primary name and managing all your RNS names is easy. In your account, select the My domains tab to access and edit all your registered domain names. Learn more.
Trade RNS Names
Buying and selling of RNS names is also possible on the Mavis Marketplace. Learn more.
What are different categories of RNS domains?
There are regular, auctioned, and protected RNS domains. For more information, see Domain name categories.
How are RNS domains priced?
The price of an RNS domain name depends on its annual renewal fee, the domain's market price, and a reservation fee. For more information, see Domain price.
Why do RNS domains have different colors?
Those colors refer to the domain tier, which indicates a domain's value. For more information, see Domain tiers.
What happens if I don't renew my RNS domain?
You can renew your domain's registration at any time during the existing registration and within 90 days after it expires, also known as the grace period. During the grace period, the domain name is reserved only for its previous owner to renew it, and it can't be set as primary.
After the grace period, the domain name becomes available for anyone to register. The domain may still appear in your domain list, but you are no longer the owner. However, you can buy the domain back at any time.
Can I register an RNS subdomain?
For the time being, you can only register second-level domains of the form
hello.ron. Subdomains such as
say.hello.ron are not supported.