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October 02, 2014, 02:16:59 PM
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We upgrade the site!
emercoin.com
Thanks MessyCoin!

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October 02, 2014, 02:27:04 PM
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We upgrade the site!
emercoin.com
Thanks MessyCoin!

Great to see the EMC team working so hard. I'm excited by the new developments with Emercoin and happy I could help.

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October 07, 2014, 06:40:40 AM
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New domain zones *.coin and *.emc. Preliminary registration is opened!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=792887.msg8931739#msg8931739


Application form and further info for EmerCoin domain pre-registrations has been added to http://emercoin.com/.COIN_domains_FOR_FREE

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October 11, 2014, 10:22:33 PM
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Can you have your developer add support for  Batch RPC Commands ? Its already completed in PeerCoin Development Branch. Can you merge the changes ?  https://github.com/ppcoin/ppcoin/tree/develop
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Can you have your developer add support for  Batch RPC Commands ? Its already completed in PeerCoin Development Branch. Can you merge the changes ?  https://github.com/ppcoin/ppcoin/tree/develop

I think the devs are working out some last minute issues with the new version of the software. I will remind them to have a look at this if nobody replies soon. It would be good to see PPC improvements merged.

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Also a reminder to all that a web form exists that allows people to pre-register their *.emc and *.coin EmerCoin domains before the wallet becomes freely available to all.

For more info see:

Pre-Registration: http://emercoin.com/.COIN_domains_FOR_FREE
Announcement: http://emercoin.com/2014-10-01-NVS_announcement
Example Gateway: http://emergate.net/
Technical Info: http://emercoin.com/DNS_and_Name-Value_Storage


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October 15, 2014, 08:32:01 PM
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Can you have your developer add support for  Batch RPC Commands ? Its already completed in PeerCoin Development Branch. Can you merge the changes ?  https://github.com/ppcoin/ppcoin/tree/develop

I think the devs are working out some last minute issues with the new version of the software. I will remind them to have a look at this if nobody replies soon. It would be good to see PPC improvements merged.

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Also a reminder to all that a web form exists that allows people to pre-register their *.emc and *.coin EmerCoin domains before the wallet becomes freely available to all.

For more info see:

Pre-Registration: http://emercoin.com/.COIN_domains_FOR_FREE
Announcement: http://emercoin.com/2014-10-01-NVS_announcement
Example Gateway: http://emergate.net/
Technical Info: http://emercoin.com/DNS_and_Name-Value_Storage



Very cool and all- but namecoin has a DNS system and no one really uses that either. How is this going to be useful?

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Very cool and all- but namecoin has a DNS system and no one really uses that either. How is this going to be useful?

Good question,

As I understand it NameCoin supports only simple mapping of *.bit domains to nameservers or ip addresses while the EmerCoin protocol is much more flexible, allowing for a complete range of DNS records that provide functionality much more similar to what you would expect from a traditional DNS service.

In addition the upcoming EmerCoin client itself contains a DNS server making for easy integration of EmerCoin DNS into any regular DNS tree. As a result there already exists a gateway emergate.net that provides access via the public internet into the *.coin and *.emc domain spaces (See under "Integration into a regular DNS tree" in their technical document for instructions on various ways the domains can easily be integrated into a regular DNS tree). emergate.net is just an example that follows the instructions given under the heading "Public Internet, direct gateway".

case study: During testing I registered crypto.coin on the EMC blockchain and assigned some appropriate DNS records (in this case just pointing it to EmerCoin's main site). As a result my domain is completely accessible from the public internet by visiting crypto.coin.emergate.net (or any other gateway in place of emergate.net that has chosen to incorporate the EmerCoin blockchain into it's DNS tree).

I see a lot of value in this - because I have never been able to register and maintain a domain's DNS records "for free". The closest thing would be something like no-ip.biz's dynamic dns which is a service that would generally cost money, relies upon a single party, and has other limitations. Now for the first time I can register domain records that are accessible from the wider internet, without reliance upon a third party or DNS monopoly such as ICANN and without the need of the person visiting my site to install any special software. Furthermore, I can change those DNS records simply by updating the info on the EMC blockchain.

And the value will grow as more DNS services incorporate EmerCoin DNS into their DNS trees, making the domains reachable in more ways. e.g. if a full DNS server such as www.opendns.com chose to include EmerCoin DNS, then anyone who had set them as their DNS provider would be able to reach the *.coin and *.emc domains without the need for a gateway such as emergate.net. The more DNS services that adopt it, the more valuable it will be as the domains will be easier to reach.

From what I see, EmerCoin's domain zones are not intended to be a "secret internet" but rather a decentralized extension to the existing DNS system, although the protocol is flexible and could be used in many ways.

Well there's just some thoughts about how to answer your question! I would suggest you study the technical document and other info at emercoin.com to get a sense for just how valuable the technology can be.

I'd also suggest you make a request to pre-register the *.coin version of any existing domain that you already own. I know the team who worked on this are eager for people to have the opportunity to get their name before the client becomes avaiable and anyone will be able to easily register names. Rather than just opening the client for a "free-for-all" they are doing their best to allow people to get the domain they want before the best names are gone. In addition to the pre-registration opportunity they have also included an "early name penalty" once the software is released, to nurture fairness (see again the technical document for details).

I am not a DNS expert so I stand to be corrected on any points. Smiley

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October 17, 2014, 06:50:52 PM
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Can you have your developer add support for  Batch RPC Commands ?

We planning to do it together within a regular future "bitcoin tree merging".  However, this is not high priority nowadays.
Currently, we're polishing 0.3.0 release, with support announced NVS subsystem.

Thereafter, we planning to add some important and useful feature, is not disclosed this time (watch for future announcement). And we believe,
that feature is more important, than batch RPC.

Thus, we're thinking, batch RPC will be added in 1st quarter of 2015.

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November 03, 2014, 10:15:44 PM
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EmerCoin Development Team is pleased to announce that the long-awaited release 0.3.0 was held, within the deadline.

The last version of EmerCoin wallet you can download from our site http://emercoin.com (for Windows(http://sourceforge.net/projects/emercoin/files/0.3.0/emercoin-0.3.0-windows.7z/download), for Linux (http://sourceforge.net/projects/emercoin/files/0.3.0/emercoin-0.3.0-linux.tar.gz/download))

Many improvements were done, but the main and most important – distributed trusted storage of general-purpose data (Name-Value Storage – NVS).

The NVS data is organized in pairs “key –> value”

Maximal size of key – 512 bytes, value – 20 Kbytes.

 

NVS is the system of common use and can be the basis for a number of services.

As such, we have implemented a distributed alternative DNS service.

A detailed description of the NVS, DNS and expected future services can be found here:

http://emercoin.com/DNS_and_Name-Value_Storage

 Also note that each EmerCoin purse has a built-in DNS-server, which serves for the alternative TLD-zones. Currently these are zones *.coin and *.emc, but it is possible to connect any other zones.

 What’s new in EMC GIU-client:

Part one: Interface

  New tab "Manage Names"


Fields in order of appearance:

Name: Contains any printed symbols. If this name will be used for extensions of service (like dns: ssh: etc.), use standard characters of appropriate service.

Days:
For how many days you want to register that name. Min - 1, Max - 9999. Upon expiration, the name can be taken by any EMC participant.

Window of operation type:  
  NAME_NEW - create a new name.
  NAME_UPDATE - update values, change the owner.
  NAME_DELETE - guess what could it be? Smiley

Value (0%)
: The field to be filled with content. The percentage indicates how much space is already occupied by information. This field can contain ANY type of data.

Button "Import" - allows to choose any file (not more than 20 kb), to be inserted in the field "value".

New_address: field to enter EMC-address  of a new name owner, available only in NAME_UPDATE mode.

Button "Submit"
: Confirms an operation.

Table "Names in your wallet": Displays list of your names. Fields are yellow when the name is just created or remains less than a month before expiry. Red field indicate expired fields.

Filters:
Owned by me - displays only my names, Owned by others - displays names transferred to others, Expired - displays expired names.

Every registered name has its own EMC address. The new version of wallet makes possible to transfer coins directly to name (without address).


Part two - EMC services.

Now you can register and manage domain names in zones *.coin and *.emc by yourself.

If you register DNS names, the records should correspond to DNS standards.
For example, if you want to register emer.coin as an alias to existing emercoin.com,
Code:
In field "Name" write:  

dns:emer.coin

In field "Value" write:

A=192.241.241.153|TXT=EmerCoin main site

Where:

A - Server IP

TXT - Text comment


 
Pretty soon we will release one-click installer, which will perform all settings automatically.

But now, if you are enough curious and persistent, after some rain dance you will see *.coin zones already today.

 

1) Download and install Emercoin 0.3.0

2) Launch, wait for sync, and exit.

3) Edit file C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\EmerCoin\emercoin.conf (if it doesn't exist, create a new one)

4) Add the next lines to emercoin.conf:

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emcdns=1                         # Activate built-in DNS server
emcdnsallowed=.coin|.emc         # Handle only these TLDs

5) Download and install Acrylic (URL - http://sourceforge.net/projects/emercoin/files/0.3.0/Acrylic%20%28EMC%20pre-configured%29.7z/download)
6) Now run Acrylic as a service.
7) Change DNS server to 127.0.0.1 (look how to do it in win7 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QRUD4irlMXA ).

Leave secondary DNS empty.

Cool Run EmerCoin wallet.

9) Go to http://emer.coin in your browser or just click it here.

If everything was done correctly, you will see our site in zone *.coin.


Congratulations! :-)

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November 03, 2014, 10:36:05 PM
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Congratulations to the EMC team on this important update. The domain names are already extremely useful!

Is update required? Particularly I am wondering if exchanges must be notified... or is it safe to continue using previous version?

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November 03, 2014, 10:56:57 PM
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Congratulations to the EMC team on this important update. The domain names are already extremely useful!

Is update required? Particularly I am wondering if exchanges must be notified... or is it safe to continue using previous version?

Thank you, Messy!

Previous versions are fully supported!

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November 04, 2014, 10:35:33 AM
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Congratulations to the EMC team on this important update. The domain names are already extremely useful!

Is update required? Particularly I am wondering if exchanges must be notified... or is it safe to continue using previous version?

Messy, sorry, I didn't understand from the first time.
Sure, to see all new features you have to download the new version.

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Release notes for the new release have been added to emercoin.com! visit: http://emercoin.com/2014-11-05-EmerCoin_0.3.0_Release_Notes

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November 05, 2014, 07:13:48 AM
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Congratulations to the EMC team on this important update. The domain names are already extremely useful!

Is update required? Particularly I am wondering if exchanges must be notified... or is it safe to continue using previous version?

Messy, sorry, I didn't understand from the first time.
Sure, to see all new features you have to download the new version.

No you are right the first time Smiley I'm just making sure that coins are safe and on correct chain when using old wallet (otherwise, exchanges would need to be notified).

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Release notes for the new release have been added to emercoin.com! visit: http://emercoin.com/2014-11-05-EmerCoin_0.3.0_Release_Notes


Nice document!
I will update the first post of the topic

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November 08, 2014, 08:18:46 AM
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Great job!

When could EMC Dev release a new DNS server that public browser can reach .coin domain without any plug.

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Use EmerCoin NVS to deploy and manage Public Key Infrastructure!

Users can manage their own login credentials (public keys) by submitting and modifying records in the EMC blockchain (using the standard EmerCoin GUI or daemon). Similarly, admins can manage user groups for their services that may contain references to other groups as well as individual users - allowing for the creation of recursive authentication trees. Records are considered secure and unalterable due to the nature of blockchain technology.

Comparing to the most popular alternative - storing public keys in the LDAP server, this system has the following advantages:

  • This is first world-wide PKI system. Not just enterprise-level, but real world wide.
  • Not needed setup of dedicated LDAP-server(s) as domain controller - info retrieved from local wallet program.
  • Impossible situation, when user cannot login to server, because of LDAP server is unavailable or down.
  • Impossible situation, when attacker insert into LAN fake LDAP server, and get access to all computers at once.
  • Sensitive information retrieved from a wallet locally, and cannot be blocked/intercepted/alerted in the network.
  • Easy to configure, no troubles. Just plug and play.
  • WorldWidePKI - for WorldWideWEB. System can be used for authentication to another services - e.g. for WWW-servers.

Original - http://emercoin.com/EmerCoin_and_OpenSSH

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Last edit: November 09, 2014, 03:29:07 AM by MessyCoin
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Great job!

When could EMC Dev release a new DNS server that public browser can reach .coin domain without any plug.

The *.coin domains are already reachable through a gateway such as emergate.net. But to have direct public access to the .coin domain will require your DNS provider support it.

It will take time, but I believe the EMC team are already working on seeing the domains supported by some DNS providers.

Until then, you would need to rely on a gateway such as emergate.net, or set up your own local DNS server as described in the 0.3 release notes.


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Namecoin DNS proxy for Chrome is very good, and EMC Dev should research it.

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/boghalnjcplaepdogcbcfjgbaooakkik

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Namecoin DNS proxy for Chrome is very good, and EMC Dev should research it.

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/boghalnjcplaepdogcbcfjgbaooakkik


Yes, it's really cool!
Do you have anyone in mind? A programmer who is able to write plugins for the browser?

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