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June 01, 2015, 07:19:40 PM
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Is this going to be like how Namecoin DNS works, where you must configure your browser to be able to properly access websites with the extension? I have doubts that you'd just be able to convince IANA to let you procure a new GTLD so that you could start giving them out for free (afaik there'd be an ICANN fee anyway?) on Bitcointalk...
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Is this going to be like how Namecoin DNS works, where you must configure your browser to be able to properly access websites with the extension? I have doubts that you'd just be able to convince IANA to let you procure a new GTLD so that you could start giving them out for free (afaik there'd be an ICANN fee anyway?) on Bitcointalk...


I am not done with it yet but it works still.


Well, .btc isn't a TLD (it'd fall under being a GTLD I believe) so I'm not sure how you could make it so that anyone could be able to type website.btc and have it resolve correctly. You know, there's a lot of DNS servers involved there. Surely you are using some kind of workaround where people have to install a plugin or configure something like Namecoin DNS - which is annoying and why not many websites use a Namecoin domain.
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