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May 18, 2011, 01:38:07 AM
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One more point - I will sign the destination address with my PGP key when I post it.  Please verify first.  The PGP key is in the github repo: https://github.com/vinced/namecoin/tree/master/docs.

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May 18, 2011, 10:47:50 AM
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Thanks for clarifying, vinced. If the fees can be arbitrarily small, then the 21 million limit is not a problem. And the block size can be increased as necessary. I no longer have any reservations.

The design is better than I had initially thought, and the business model seems sound and sustainable too. I wonder if theymos still has reservations following these clarifications.

Anyway, I'm totally happy and ready to pay my bounty. Namecoin is a great project!
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May 21, 2011, 05:22:05 PM
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ill look into this and see if i can do this, or at least start a team of programmers that would be interested in making an underlying framework for it. at the time though, im very busy, so im sure i wont be the first done if more people decide to work on it as well.... pm me if you would be interested in something.

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May 21, 2011, 05:28:11 PM
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sorry for newb question, but what that about ?
something like multicastDNS[which is insecure in "vanilla" state]fork ?
with DNSsec and IPv6 support ?
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May 21, 2011, 06:10:36 PM
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Aim of the BitDNS concept is to have a decentralized DNS system (and domain name registration) which can't be controlled by external entities.
You can read the homepage of the dot-bit project and the about page, which is an implementation of BitDNS concept based on the namecoin software.

NMC: N1KHAL5C1CRzy58NdJwp1tbLze3XrkFxx9 | NamecoinID: id/khal | Register .bit domain
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May 21, 2011, 06:24:54 PM
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Aim of the BitDNS concept is to have a decentralized DNS systemen (and domain name registration) which can't be controled by external entitities.
You can read the homepage of the dot-bit project and the about page, which is an implementation of BitDNS concept based on the namecoin software.
thanks for clarifying/pointing links.
thats sounds cool and also can help other decentralised systems, unconnected[yet :}] to bitcoin Wink
or at least this project prevent dns-hijacking at least.

p.s. my ips detect "someone start sinffing you"-things on regular basis, after im start visiting THIS forum. on ISP side[accoring to IPS/IDS] :/
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May 22, 2011, 02:30:48 PM
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Should we start collecting bounty reward? Is anybody going to pussy out because now this bounty represent 15 K USD?

No, I'm happy to pay my 50 BTC. 

This is now going to be the most valuable single donation I have ever made in my life. Grin   But the developer deserves every Bitcent of it for making Namecoin reality. 

How should we go about this, kiba? Are you going to collect the donations first, or should we send them to the developer directly?

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May 22, 2011, 09:04:31 PM
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I'll be using an untrusted computer without access to my Bitcoin wallet from late tomorrow until 13 June. So unless the donation address is published tomorrow, it will be a couple of weeks before I can send my payment. No need to panic, the coins are reserved.
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May 24, 2011, 01:54:44 AM
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-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA512

Thank you for the vote of confidence.  Sounds like there are no major objections.

The next steps for the project are:

- - building more client side tools, including an easy to use resolver drop in
- - better registration tools
- - public relations
- - marketing to distributions (Debian), ISPs

Here are my addresses.  Please pick from the list and send a maximum of 100 BTC per address if possible.

19HR5wcUtcb5PEtkGpTyKChcivD61JdcRf
1CKhTKK7knGokt7Vtk7mazR4Y9hJhJzSX1
1J18zj3dKKiZkGTEggveBEzxFtWMAXQ73C
16BRzMegdGAAR2ZZxX3TrZf6r3zEsSDKBH
1P7mCfFrYxsTk9NQdJqvF4YnSTN35vy4j8
1Juuy8QZXAYd6B4aaW3c9mb5PG6YbySboz
14Sn9aBYqfeZrrCo5Z8ycBwgNVaqe2oc3T
19MsNrskooodH56tS3vVeLs7zKNKNPKWgm
1A8daVTcuvm2Q7Vfw9rfLMua6exybDe2nK
1K44aRWSLkmC5KLvzp8awetNob6H99L9ND

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: GnuPG v1.4.10 (GNU/Linux)

iQEcBAEBCgAGBQJN2wVYAAoJEJz+siqjwOQOFhMH/2QbhcbshNx8UnkvFEfZeM4x
Oe4J0R8aKufJbDN7DKWG065XAPa5xYRa+rSal395VtS5mC2CtIGhxX3/N53hQFp5
ZBpv4kMioQnP3ueQ2QqITEmBjhXO9rCR+4UTA7keSrBx1+IjedK8Wclpz3QxMw/y
gCTtG8cd+DFWvapffNe2SZilWhDBCq9zsREE3jhmaTJCNZod15LAqwxewDp7dyVZ
c+v/B4TgIVb04y4e5pwyVzVHD3fG5zg23Us5orlmoN1D9i2S4WoSm06g8t7p6vjl
Ya9oYfwDS+tRVavaXs56LmLUiuE8JfIf3yce6BV9oRhGfotwOM3LA3QKNlouHiM=
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-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

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May 26, 2011, 02:18:43 PM
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Is this different than the current Namecoin (dot-bit.org) bootstrap project, or are they one in the same?

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May 26, 2011, 03:05:18 PM
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Is this different than the current Namecoin (dot-bit.org) bootstrap project, or are they one in the same?

They are pretty much the same.

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May 26, 2011, 03:49:50 PM
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Is this different than the current Namecoin (dot-bit.org) bootstrap project, or are they one in the same?

They are pretty much the same.

Pretty much? Smiley Are the current Namecoin currency compatible (on the same system) as this?

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May 26, 2011, 04:30:55 PM
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Namecoin is the software and the blockchain.
Dot-BIT is the DNS servers, tools, wiki resources and support forum.

If you donate here, it'll go to the namecoin software author (vince) who promised a least 30% to "other developers and promoters"*.

So, they are pretty much the same, except people are differents :p
I don't want to steal the bitDNS bounty neither, so, donate to vince who initiated all this (i'll track him with my whip to get some BTC :p).

NMC: N1KHAL5C1CRzy58NdJwp1tbLze3XrkFxx9 | NamecoinID: id/khal | Register .bit domain
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June 09, 2011, 07:31:34 AM
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Ok, I have verified vinced's signature.

Before I send my donation, I'd just like to make sure that the public key on github is trustworthy. Could somebody please confirm this?

Sorry for my extreme paranoia, but I been on this forum for a while and seen a lot of scammers... I just want to make sure it goes to the right person.

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June 09, 2011, 08:52:12 PM
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Namecoin is the software and the blockchain.
Dot-BIT is the DNS servers, tools, wiki resources and support forum.

If you donate here, it'll go to the namecoin software author (vince) who promised a least 30% to "other developers and promoters"*.

So, they are pretty much the same, except people are differents :p
I don't want to steal the bitDNS bounty neither, so, donate to vince who initiated all this (i'll track him with my whip to get some BTC :p).

He's around :] ...just put up the Bat Signal!

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June 09, 2011, 10:15:58 PM
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It might just be me but the first link doesn't work. The one about explaining what your looking for.

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June 10, 2011, 12:22:45 AM
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If this will work as it should, without errors or serious security issues,
and if it is finished before .p2p,
I pledge 1000 BTC.
EDIT 10.06.2011: 1000 BTC is way to much now. I reduce my pledge to 20 BTC.
Sry guys....
But the system is up, right ?
So where exactly should those 20 BTC go ?

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June 10, 2011, 06:35:16 AM
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If this will work as it should, without errors or serious security issues,
and if it is finished before .p2p,
I pledge 1000 BTC.
EDIT 10.06.2011: 1000 BTC is way to much now. I reduce my pledge to 20 BTC.

What is the point of pledging a fixed amount of BTC if you are just going to arbitrarily reduce it later?

You should have just said "I pledge whatever I feel like giving".

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June 10, 2011, 11:36:38 AM
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If this will work as it should, without errors or serious security issues,
and if it is finished before .p2p,
I pledge 1000 BTC.
EDIT 10.06.2011: 1000 BTC is way to much now. I reduce my pledge to 20 BTC.

What is the point of pledging a fixed amount of BTC if you are just going to arbitrarily reduce it later?

You should have just said "I pledge whatever I feel like giving".
The pledge was half a year old. Bitcoins weren't worth so much and I just wanted to support this project a little.
1000 BTC currently are worth >20000EUR...

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June 10, 2011, 02:05:40 PM
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If this will work as it should, without errors or serious security issues,
and if it is finished before .p2p,
I pledge 1000 BTC.
EDIT 10.06.2011: 1000 BTC is way to much now. I reduce my pledge to 20 BTC.

What is the point of pledging a fixed amount of BTC if you are just going to arbitrarily reduce it later?

You should have just said "I pledge whatever I feel like giving".
The pledge was half a year old. Bitcoins weren't worth so much and I just wanted to support this project a little.
1000 BTC currently are worth >20000EUR...


It's still that bounty value that has fueled development of the project. We can't stop you from changing your mind, but it's highly uncool to put a carrot out to chase and then when you complete the task, only give half the carrot.

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