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Can you register a .com domain with namecoin?

Namecoin was the first fork from Bitcoin, and is a blockchain based peer-to-peer network which maintains a decentral ledger of registered names. It is the convention, that when you register a ...
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How does Ethereum domain registration works?

So the whole point of a name reg contract is not to send transactions, rather its sole purpose is to build up a database which other nodes can then query. Ethereum smart contracts have immutable ...
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How to migrate wallet from namecoin to namecore?

Meanwhile I've answered this question at reddit. You have already taken the first 2 out of 3 steps necessary for your wallet migration: (1) cleaned up the data directory that contained old ...
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What is Namecoin's blocksize limit?

Namecoin has not strayed from Bitcoin in this parameter, it is still set at a 1 MB block size limit. You can find it in main.h: /** The maximum allowed size for a serialized block, in bytes (network ...
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Can you register a .com domain with namecoin?

Easy answer: No, you can't register a *.com domain with namecoin. That would be like asking if you can print dollars with bitcoin. Nope. But what you can do is start your own namespace with namecoin. ...
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How does ENS prevent frontrunning attacks?

The only way to get the domain name on the ENS is to win at the target name auction. So there is no need to hide the name. ENS uses the name hash for converting arbitrary length string into bytes32.
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Which crypto currencies can merge mine with Bitcoin?

Being able to merge mine with another cryptocurrency recquire that both chain use the same hashing algorithm, sha256 in our case, so in theory all those crypto could do it https://en.bitcoinwiki.org/...
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What happens when an attacker completely controlls your Internet connection?

Yes, the scenario is possible. The attacker has two possibilities: censoring data sent to the network (likely your transactions) and censoring what the nodes sees from the network. In the first case ...
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namecoin name_firstupdate

Unfortunately you didn't provide enough information: Which OS? Version number of your Namecoin server? Does this Namecoin server run on your local machine? If not, how is it connected physically? Did ...
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How does Ethereum domain registration works?

The Ethereum network recently introduced a global registrar object which is basicly a public smart contract on the chain. Here is a snippet of an ethereum client command line output: namereg: { ...
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Namecoin name_new fee for already taken

Maybe a little bit late, but for everybody who is interested, the easy command to check if a name exists is simply: > ./namecoind name_show d/<name> It will return some informations should ...
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Namecoin: is there any rationale behind the (apparently foolish) choice of having the domains cost an irrelevant price?

In my opinion, not only the need for allowing as many domain names as possible to be registered was the reason for decreasing the registration price, but also the logic behind the free speech concept ...
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Is there a graph of Namecoin value over time?

Most links above are dead... I'm looking for historical pricing of Namecoin in 2012 and 2013. Seems like most sources start in April 2013 while the coin was introduced in 2012 (correct me if I'm wrong)...
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Is there a graph of Namecoin value over time?

CMC has it, why look elsewhere? https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/namecoin/
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