Sub-accounts have two forms, and they are essentially the same account.

# Format
Dot Format

Built for All Groups

.bit sub-accounts empower various Web2.0 and Web3.0 organizations.

Voting

Different voting weights can be assigned to different sub-accounts.

Exclusive identity credentials

If you want to distinguish a member in your DAO, just give him a unique sub-account. Sub-accounts of DAO will serve as the member's identity and exclusive credentials.

Organizational identity

A .bit sub-account with DAO’s brand gives members a stronger sense of identity in the organization. Members with .bit sub-accounts can also help to promote DAO’s brand in whole Web3.0 ecosystem.

Sense of belonging

Sub-accounts reinforce each member's sense of belonging to the community.

Fine-tuned operations

For communities, giving sub-accounts to active members can be an effective way of showing recognition. You can even deny users who do not hold  specific sub-accounts from joining the conversation via bot.

Event commemorations/proof of attendance

Every event in your community is worth commemorating.  .bit sub-accounts can be minted without permission, and with its useful features, it's a better proof of attendance or participation. Who wouldn't want to have a “olympic2024#name.bit” after the Olympics?

DID consistent with PFP number

The NFT creators can mint .bit sub-accounts for the NFT holders with the same number of their NFT, e.g. mint "2077.punk.bit" for the holder of Punk #2077. The holder can use 2077.punk.bit as the crypto receiving address.

Personalised expressions

PFP+DID allows personalised expressions for Web3.0 users. Besides, it’s a sub-account corresponding to the PFP.

Express love and appreciation

Mint .bit sub-accounts to your most loyal fans. In the physical world, the previous generation collected signed photos or posters of celebrities; while the new generation lives in a digital world where they collect .bit sub-accounts minted by celebrities. Your most loyal fans will use your sub-accounts as a social network nickname to prove their affection and will also bring you new fans.

Special e-tickets

The sub-account can be used as an electronic ticket for offline concerts, meetings, parties, etc. Of course, it is collectible.

An account is just like a working email

Companies can mint a sub-account for each employee, just like a working email. What's even cooler is that the sub-account is the employee's company identity as well as a cryptocurrency receiving account. Therefore, .bit sub-accounts are perfect for Web3.0 teams.

Paying employees via sub-accounts

If you are a company or team that uses cryptocurrency to pay employees, minting .bit sub-accounts for your employees will allow you to pay them in cryptocurrency through their .bit sub-accounts instead of those long unreadable string of addresses. For example: company#jack.bit

A prestigious brand identity

When Lily owns lily.hermès.bit, it means that Lily is the most privileged guest of hermès. It enhances the brand identity.

Membership system

A sub-account can be used as an exclusive identity for customers, and a solid membership system can be established through sub-accounts.

Customer relationship maintenance

Give your most valued customers a .bit sub-account, which contains both your brand and their personalised information, such as their birthdays or names. Is there a better way to strengthen the bond between you and your customers than this?

Membership system for Web3.0 applications

Operation teams of Web3.0 products can build a bridge between a product and its users by giving them a unique identity with .bit sub-accounts.

Proof of entitlement

When you plan to offer users airdrops or certain rewards, you can directly obtain a whitelist containing users who have a sub-account of the organization.

Full functions

Sub-accounts have totally the same functions as ordinary .bit accounts. Where you can use .bit accounts, you can use .bit sub-accounts.

Low cost

The cost of minting sub-accounts is almost negligible. The payment is charged only to prevent over-issuing.

Permissionless

Every .bit account can issue their own sub-accounts without permission and number limitation.

Easy to issue

Main-accounts can either choose to issue free sub-accounts through sub-account manage tool provided by .bit, or choose to issue charged sub-accounts through third-party registrars.

Independent from the main-account

A sub-account is a whole new data container that has its own owner/manager. A main-account can only issue sub-accounts, but it can neither recall them nor conduct data roll-back.

Price set by the main-account

If you choose to issue charged sub-accounts, the pricing is totally up to you, and you can get all the profit.