Importing a DNS Name (web2) to ENS Domains (web3)

Curious how to move your .com or other web2 traditional ICANN domain name to the Ethereum block chain using ENS Domains technology?

I just watched and amazing video tutorial by:

Seán Murray | 3531.eth | sean1.eth
deBanked® | Broker Fair™ | DailyFunder® | Creator of | Me: | You: (your-name). |

And he gave us here at SkyInclude channel permission to republish. Here’s his tweet and original vimeo video as main source, thanks Sean!

Sean Tweet
Hi Sean - love the video! Not sure if you’d be OK but may I use this on my Youtube channel Skyinclude? Give you full credit, links, & can add more to it as well.
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Here is my writeup and screengrabs of the main steps:

Here are the steps that Sean went through:

1) Add your domain to Cloudflare

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And point your nameservers there at your domain registrar (like any cloudflare setup process)
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2) Turn on DNSSEC at your domain registrar (in this case Namecheap)

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3) Turn on DNSSEC at Cloudflare

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4) Connect DNSSEC in Cloudflare to Namecheap

Copy over the data that Cloudflare gives you into Namecheap DNSSEC section
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You can watch the main points in the video tutorial

5) Add your domain to ENS Domains

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6) Follow the instructions on verifying you own the domain

He goes through these steps in real time on the video tutorial.
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7) Pay the Ethereum Gas Fee

Once you are all set to verify, you need to mint your web2 domain on the Ethereum block chain.
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8) All Set!

You can now use the power of ENS domains on your normal web2 domains. And Sean shows sending of funds to the domain he used in the example.
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