After installing Superhero Wallet app, I clicked on the “Register a Name” link, which was in the center of the app screen, then went to the “Register” tab and entered a name, thinking to associate the name with the account. I did it as a whole for fun, since I have not yet understood the practical meaning of this. I confirmed the transaction with a total fee of about 0.000016AE and then I saw -352AE on my balance, which was 66$ at the time. No notification was shown from the app confirming the payment of the 352AE fee.
As far as I understand, after reading the documentation and discussing this issue in chats, the creators of Superhero Wallet did not bother with a user-friendly interface. Whether it is intentional or not is up to you, but I was offended when faced with such an attitude.
In chats, no one can explain the benefits of owning this name other than posting it on Twitter or the convenience of sending coins within the network. Otherwise, they throw a link to the documentation where the protocol is described in technical language with an implicit fee indication (https://github.com/aeternity/protocol/blob/master/AENS.md#protocol- fees and protection time).
With all this, I have not yet received this name. I placed my first bid in an auction. This bid cannot be canceled. When I receive this name, it looks like a temporary lease of a domain on the Internet. But I could not figure out what lease period even from the documentation.
I cannot cancel my bid, but someone can bid higher than my bid on this name. Therefore, I suggest that the creators of Superhero Wallet do it — https://www.aeknow.org/aens/viewbids/vy.chain.
Let’s see what will come of it and from which side the creators of the wallet will prove themselves.
Further, a video screen and a screenshot, in addition to my words: