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ENS Registered

Updated on
Dec 14, 2023


Launched in 2017, ENS or Ethereum Name Service, became the standard for Ethereum domains. It allows users to register for a .eth domain and point their domain to their wallet addresses. This eliminates the need to remember complex strings of wallet addresses and gives them a more human-readable counterpart.

For example, sahisen.eth can be resolved to 0x8D97689C9818892B700e27F316cc3E41e17fBeb9

New ENS Registered

Whenever someone registers for a domain the first time, ENS Registrar Controller emits the NameRegistered event.

To create our expression, we will need to target two values:

  1. The ENS Registrar Controller contract address - We'll use the contract address of ENS Registrar Controller deployed on the Ethereum Mainnet. This value gets set as the tx_logs_address, as we will be looking for any transactions from this address (the contract).
  2. The event the contract emits when the action we're interested in occurs - In the case of ENS Registrar Controller, it is the NameRegistered event (event documentation from ENS). On EVM blockchains, the event is encoded and can be found in tx_logs_topic0. To get the encoded value, you will need to take the event definition (event name and parameters' types), run it through the Keccak-256 hash function, and prefix it with 0x.


tx_logs_address == '0x253553366da8546fc250f225fe3d25d0c782303b'
tx_logs_topic0 == '0x69e37f151eb98a09618ddaa80c8cfaf1ce5996867c489f45b555b412271ebf27'
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