Certified Emojis
There are an abundance of emojis with many variations and new ones being released almost every day. As a result, it becomes increasingly difficult to find a robust way to be able to categorize them all.
To overcome this issue, we have created a Certified Emoji badge which is viewable when you click on the domain.
Certified emojis are an indication that the emoji is legitimate.
There will be cases where some legitimate emojis are not marked as certified and there may be emojis that are certified incorrectly. This, due to the circumstances explained above.
If you detect an error with a certification or suspect your emoji should be certified, you are able to contact us through our Telegram support channel, to have this rectified.
What to look for:
  1. 1.
    The red exclamation mark:
    These are domain names that contain ZWJ (suspicious unicodes) that make fake emojis look real. So for example, you can have two of the exact same smileys by eye - but if you look at the unicode, one is fake.
  2. 2.
    The white exclamation mark:
    Is to mark that a domain name contains an emoji (a legitimate emoji). Mostly these are when it is an emoji that is in text form as opposed to an image.
  3. 3.
    Verified emojis (green badge):
    These are to signal that emojis are in fact legitimate image based ones.
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