I see that in the future you will be adding the capability of distributed website hosting on the domains you’re producing. How will that work, exactly?

Eventually you’ll have several options on how to host. Also it’s important to distinguish between distributed hosting options for websites, like IPFS, and traditional website hosting like on Amazon. To start, if you want to host on Amazon you can simply point your .zil name to your IP address. If instead you want a distributed unstoppable website, you can host on IPFS with limited functionality. For a first IPFS website we are thinking it will be like a simple HTML page or blog. This is due to the limitations of the technology for websites built on IPFS. Over time we can make more complex systems. And again, you can still use Amazon to host any type of website you like and point to that from your .zil name.