The Domain Name System (DNS, aka Web 2) and Web3 platforms are two different naming systems available to internet users. While DNS (Web2) has been a reliable and trusted standard for the Internet for decades, Web3 platforms, such as ENS, Handshake and Unstoppable) are a relatively new technology that makes available unique and different features. In this article, we will explore the history of DNS names interacting with Web3 names generally and ENS names in particular, and the current status of such integrations.