In a significant development, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has officially suspended the DNS connection for Helium Farm’s .farm domain. This decision stems from a policy violation concerning the specific use of the .farm domain extension. ICANN mandates that .farm domains are exclusively reserved for agricultural companies and traditional farms. Helium Farm, known for its groundbreaking work in the Internet of Things (IoT) and cryptocurrency sectors, does not fall under this category.
Understanding the gravity of the situation, Helium Farm has taken immediate legal action to contest ICANN’s decision. The company has filed claims with the court holding jurisdiction over ICANN, aiming to restore its original domain. This legal move underscores Helium Farm’s dedication to addressing this challenge while adhering to all regulatory requirements.
In the interim, Helium Farm has proactively transitioned to a new domain: heliumfarm.com. This change ensures that the company maintains its online presence and continues to provide uninterrupted services to its customers and partners. The new domain aligns with the company’s branding and supports its ongoing initiatives in the IoT and crypto mining fields.
Importantly, this domain issue does not impact the operational aspects of Helium Farm’s business. The company’s independent mining network for Helium (HNT) remains active and robust. This network is a cornerstone of Helium Farm’s offerings, enabling investors to participate in a cutting-edge decentralized wireless network and earn daily HNT returns.
Helium Farm is committed to navigating through this transitional phase with minimal disruption to its services and stakeholders. The company reassures its investors and customers that it continues to uphold the highest standards of service and innovation in the IoT and blockchain space.
Helium Farm continues its services on the new domain at www.heliumfarm.com.