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For all users of ℕamecoin as a blockchain service or just as a currency I created the new ℕamecoin Telegram channel! The connected new blockchain explorer at namecoin.online, focused on the domain name research, is still under development and will be announced immediately, once it is ready to be operated publicly. Out of the Telegram channel here a summary of the actual situation:

Previously Jeremy Rand alias biolizard89, claiming to be the “Lead Namecoin Application Engineer” (in the following “J.R.”), insisted the Open NIC project in the direction to shutdown the Namecoin .bit resolution, against the intention of the Namecoin community as well as against the intention of the Namecoin founder. This was one of the most important advantages, or better possibilities, to browse .bit domains. A bunch of 15 guys decided to shut down the service in the mid of 2019! The user vinced, who created Namecoin, wrote on April the 18th of 2011 in his very first public announcement: We need proxies, browser plugins and DNS servers created to act as a bridge between Namecoin and users. The argumentation of “J.R.” was now, “that the operators of the DNS servers could easily censor domains and even spread malware themselves“! So what he just said is, that the most trusted servers of the Open NIC project would be operated by criminals! What he skipped further is the fact, that the possibility of a blacklist of .bit domains, e.g. those which are hosting child pornography sites which were the most relevant reason for the Open NIC project to shut down the service, would have been even the solution to solve the problem with such sites! And this wouldn't have affected the general uncensorable blockchain DNS system for the usage of legal concerns! So changing the DNS entries doesn't work anymore, apps as Blockada DNS got useless and .bit websites got inaccessible for Google Chrome on mobile devices due to missing add-ons. Only possibility to browse .bit domains, at least for normal internet users, who don't want to install a local Namecoin DNS server, are now the known browser plugins at the moment! This was of course and without any doubt a big step back in the development of the Namecoin project as well as of an internet 2.0!

“J.R.” even celebrates it as a success that he got Namecoin experimentally implemented in the Linux developer version of the Tor browser. Everyone knows, that using the Tor network means establishing a connection to the internet over at least three proxy servers. That's why this network is principally used by all criminals of the world - the so called darknet! The implementation of connectivity between the Namecoin blockchain and Tor browsers clearly runs counter to the goal of Namecoin even more diametrically then everything else! The core concept of a decentralized DNS service is the avoidance of any third party services like centralized DNS- or proxy servers, which could be abused for man-in-the-middle attacks. This was even the argumentation of “J.R.” to urge the Open-NIC project to cancel the cooperation with Namecoin! Now at least three, if not up to ten proxies are interposed in a Tor-network, which can also be provided by the criminals and, in contrast to the utmost trustworthy Open NIC project, without any control over the operators. Just everyone can operate a Tor-node! So here are several “men in the middle” able to control and even modify your data connection! In addition, there are enough nodes established that are used by authorities within investigations, I do not know whether this will also cause well-being even among law-abiding users. The interposition of countless proxies is furthermore completely out of the question anyway with regard to the speed of the data connection. Who goes online with a 300 Mbit LTE connection and a Tor browser? Maximum disguise tactic for your own IP? Senseless for anti-tracking measures, here a single at least anonymous proxy is sufficient as a VPN.

Finally “J.R.” turned out to be a troll protector. A while ago a troll with the username “ccomp”, who throws around with swearwords like “ashole”, “pull your finger out of your arse” and so on on Reddit, created a lacy blockchain explorer out of a template within just a week of work with several bugs, misleading links, and the best: filtering out expiring premium domains most likely for grabbing them himself (what he didn't reach anyway in this case). I've been watching this explorer for a while - and there's no technical explanation that just such a premium domain like luxurycar.bit is “coincidentally” not shown in the expiring domain section. Recently “J.R.” opened another useless issue on Github for automatically converting eventual upper case requests in the separate Namecoin DNS application (ncdns) to lower case and celebrated this as success. He still didn’t get it even after I pointed out, how worthless his effort was, as upper case letters and other special characters like ℕ are automatically converted by every browser to standard ASCII lower case characters. Everyone knows, that there doesn’t exist any domain within the ICANN namespace with upper case letters, in the blockchain DNS namespace as well (these are also the Namecoin domain specifications of course). He had already disqualified himself as Namecoin developer on Github and regularly refuses to solve issues there! So far “J.R.” has not only turned out to be extremely aggressive, not able to handle the slightest form of critic, he also just deleted the whole Namecoin-Wiki on his own without any consultation of the rest of the Namecoin community and didn’t know, who owns the Namecoin’s main domain namecoin.bit, until I showed him the ownership with reference to the transaction history on the blockchain.

All we can summarize is: Jeremy Rand didn't get it within years to provide any working .bit email service or just an own blockchain explorer and is therefore collaborating with aggressive trolls. Links to namecoin.online he classifies publicly as spam! He didn't even know, who owns the main domain namecoin.bit, or that uppercase domain registrations on the Namecoin blockchain are just useless. He's leading the whole Namecoin project consequently to a nerd’s experimental study, against the intention of the Namecoin community and its founder. He has taken over meanwhile the sole control over the Namecoin project's website and the social media accounts, speaking there in the first person singular as “incarnation of Namecoin”, unable to keep the list of NMC exchanges up to date. Regarding to the predicate “official” in the social media like Twitter he's creating the impression, he would represent “the official Namecoin project” as company or association. On the website he's presenting fantasy positions like “Chief Namecoin Scientist”, “Lead Security Engineer”, “Lead Application Engineer” and so on. But as one can see the communication between these people is running most of the time on Github. They are just a loose union of individuals without any legal status or white paper. So as logical consequence I have to conclude: The website namecoin.org together with the Twitter account as well as the subreddit turned out as the personal project site of Jeremy Rand and is no longer representing the Namecoin community! According to Whois the domain namecoin.org belongs to domob alias Daniel Kraft, but as one can see on Github “J.R.” is the content creator. The project had already other domains such as namecoin.info, now just redirecting to namecoin.org, according to Whois the domain owner is a private person located in France. Even the self-proclaimed “Namecoin Foundation” at namecoin.com seems not to be a foundation in the legal sense, else they would have to provide a legally correct imprint. According to Whois the domain owner is LearnBest, providing a "Learning Management System". Altcointrader pointed it out recently: Did you know that Namecoin does not have a whitepaper and is not backed by an organisation? The Namecoin project is just a loose collaboration of a few GitHub contributors, and some of them have taken a domain to provide their contributions. There are just missing actual forks e.g. of the modified Bitcoin Core clients on Github, which are complemented by the additional name operations, but that can and will change very quickly!

Meanwhile even Daniel Kraft alias domob, the developer of the actual Namecoin Core software wallet (v. 0.19.0.1 without the name tab of the previous version 0.13.99), has at least indirectly but publicly sided with “J.R.”, see my point-blank response in this thread. I'm really not happy with this way things are going - but unfortunately it seems so that Daniel can't get over to strike out at least his own way. By the way: If we won't get the .bit TDL finally established and widely accepted, then the whole project might come to an end at the latest when someone comes up with the idea to register the .bit TDL in the regular ICANN namespace, with about 200,000 USD you are in! These are peanuts for interested investors! At the moment the .bit TDL is only a pseudo top level domain and just tolerated, but without any legal protection! Just as warning to the nerd “J.R.” squatting on namecoin.org claiming to be the incarnation and “owner” of the Namecoin project! The original creator and developers of Namecoin have left the sinking ship already years ago, so it's finally time to get a new crew before it's too late!

Users of Namecoin Core (built on Bitcoin Core, the most common software wallet, with additional name operations) have to use the outdated beta version 0.13.99 of Brandon Roberts until today, if they don't want to deal with command line interfaces and JSON Code, just using the additional name tab. There would even be the most recent version 0.15.99 from Nov. 2017, but unfortunately the binaries for the most common operating systems have never been compiled. In May 2020 Jeremy Rand took up the work of Brandon Roberts, implementing the GUI (graphical user interface) for the name_list command only at the moment. It should be noticed that this name tab is not really implemented in the source code of the Bitcoin Core, but more appended as an additional GUI just using the internal RPC/API call as it's done over the implemented console or over an external command line interface with the Namecoin Core running in server mode. What Jeremy Rand forgot to mention while announcing this work (on Bitcointalk as well as on his website) is that he applied for and uses several public funds to get paid. Of course one won't find any declaration about the source and the height of the public funds at the website namecoin.org he's squatting on, creating the impression of volunteers of a non-profit-organization! Not to forget the support of the self-proclaimed “Namecoin Foundation” as mentioned above. I wonder if he declares this kind of income at least in front of the tax office. And all this for a blockchain project which still hasn't any practical usage after 9 years of collaborative development, financed by a foundation and an undeclared, publicly unknown number of funds. For details see the thread on Bitcointalk...

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March 19, 2020, 03:41:26 PM
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Namecoin was a big deal back in the day, I mined it regularly alongside the BTC and collected mine for its future usage for a long time.  Shame it never took off as it had a solid basis as an altcoin.   Its best not to have project reliant on personalities especially but open development, this always seems to happen that the details can snag it and keep it from full usage by anyone.  I dont see that non public or semi public websites must be criminal, it can just be an independant route and part of the redundancy to the internet >


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March 19, 2020, 04:52:23 PM
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Are we seeing fork because the community is divided?

The project seem to be in just one direction so it has to be one community with one goal after all their community would like to succeed to finally have all the services to provide. Domain registration as far as I know is just one of the objective right?

I also want that .bit email services. I'd like to have on myself. This is one of the oldest project in crypto, some say its the first before BTC.
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March 20, 2020, 12:50:27 AM
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For a .bit email service it's the question, how far and widely the DNS resolution can be implemented for receiving mails at the .bit address from all over the world. Within the Namecoin community I can provide already a working .bit email service, mails from the .bit addresses can be sent to the outside. But for enabling the bidirectional connection to the world we need a general DNS resolution in the same line as the Open NIC project did it. Until this is established I'll use i.a. the domain namecoin.email for receiving emails as a workaround. This has then to be taken as reply-to address. Unfortunately this workaround is of course centralized with a local mail server, but it will be provided on my own server farm. Beside the DNS service the Namecoin blockchain can be used of course for which records ever. I don't know, if the /id namespace will ever be used widely, but possible are also other informational services I'm working on. Namecoin is for sure the oldest and most legendary key/value store available, and a hard fork will hopefully never be necessary as the community as Namecoin users will decide, which service to take or not to take. All what needs urgent to be prevented is, that guys like “J.R.” are going ahead to abuse the Namecoin project as their own playground for their experimental studies with a matter of course that it is second to none!




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March 22, 2020, 03:36:56 PM
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I cannot but agree with OP, the are big issues here because there's not really any team behind the project, just a loose cooperation between people interested in NMC from a technical point of view.

I always thought however that this was going on as a secret coordinated manouver over the years to crash the price so someone could buy cheap Namecoins. But turns out it's just laziness. As a example, bitinfocharts stopped suporting for Namecoin graphs, many exchanges delisted etc. All because they can't contact anyone to get help in updating NMC.

About JR: This guy have the same problem than Greta. He can focus on one subject but can't social.(Aspergers) Also he's just a self-teached programmer.

A message to JR: Let more people critizice and join the team. Let people do things.
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March 22, 2020, 06:04:18 PM
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Yeah, the end of the Namecoin project is very near, Livecoin is almost dead, so just two exchanges remain for the currency itself, from which I even never heard before: altilly and southxchange. It's five to twelve, and if we don't get the project finally on the market, I'll have to create an own NMC-exchange in the end! The original Telegram group has already long since been abandoned, but “J.R.” hasn't heard the bang yet…

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Can you show me more infomation about this Project?
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April 01, 2020, 11:19:50 PM
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At the moment not more than it is online at the new Namecoin Telegram channel. The new blockchain explorer with advanced features and the connected domain trading platform I'm still programming. I'll document it here detailed when it's ready to run publicly.

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At the moment not more than it is online at the new Namecoin Telegram channel. The new blockchain explorer with advanced features and the connected domain trading platform I'm still programming. I'll document it here detailed when it's ready to run publicly.

Is this a relaunch actually worth noting? Or just some tidy up work so large holders can gain some liquidity to make a hasty exit?

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Sad enough that such a question comes up, but of course, this is a legitimate question and is owed to the impotence of the previous developer team to bring the project forward, meanwhile within 9 years! As Namecoin is primarily a blockchain based domain name system it's of course a long-term project. The goal of the blockchain explorer at namecoin.online with all advanced features is to make this blockchain DNS service more attractive and even directly applicable in showing blockchain entries for which purpose ever. Both the format of the blockchain entries itself as well as the formatting of the output on the blockchain explorer are flexible and endless forms of applications are possible. The connected domain trading platform is of course also for making a business, but for the blockchain domains this will only be really interesting when Namecoin DNS is finally established as a serious alternative to ICANN domains such as .com, .net and .org TLDs. So anyway a long-term project.

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Meanwhile some interesting facts out of the Namecoin blockchain:

At the moment we have 520,530 blocks and 5,413,689 transactions (coinbase transactions for generating newly mined coins included), so on average 10.4 TxIDs per block.

For normal name transactions we have in general two inputs (coming from previous TxIDs) and two outputs for the next transactions (each time one for the name operation and one for the remaining funds of the wallet).

We have 2 TxIDs with the maximum of each 863 inputs (such as TxID 3780a5ea5e5b269c073c335c0d186a5d3df621fe2582998eeb939398b29b045a at block 389,582)

and 18 TxIDs with the maximum of each 2650 outputs (such as TxID 5875a0009b158f594d14a164e4b035355372c7a5c70c0acb2654c3eb1f92c61c at block 99,489).

At block 19,200 in October 2011 merged mining was introduced for parallel mining together with SHA-256 encoded currencies such as Bitcoin. Namecoin is being mined for free in parallel mode at this point, it took a few month, until the last miners were configured for that combined mining.

Due to inadequate coinbase data we have 52 double/multiple TxIDs, which aren't indexed in the known blockchain explorers. The latest double TxID appeared in June 2013. This issue was then resolved with BIP 30 and BIP 34. For documentation here the affected TxIDs:

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7eb109ad6ca9c767cbebc1976425db232483b5da73b9c5ca922cbadf1d18db9a    MxQQ5skruaq9SrE4rJLp5j83CLwgVCMkr2
2
fc01f6dd74fa45bb1e0f4a23992719770b006874b876a1b0983f3b168ed9acb5    NDyjxmjSqcbSoLRDTj9mnN3BExFmcZdAuB
2
a869159eae394482275dece9fdac238704d32a8a2cea46de2a05eaf1ad8c52b2    MyHrjmmMQaLtBvBeYmEfUFnJmUnTwQ62Sc
2
8f698217e4415e1e97fe994c740738ab13bf50db21e9f42ebdc5202a156b9b39    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
3
f6d307aae9559d0db78e2c74ec4ee68580bb52f279b2f13fa6ef535183f66f84    Mxwq4Xw4ynFvWKvERoM9EQhyQk4sFDAJcM
2
69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
30
c1d1590d643be5b3e87cfb10e83aeba2cd983a32dc6b31386434b1876aebefc8    MyD59BU4BAu4zE6pY91JFBVUiGGzwjBtRQ
2
62806975dab4a1028286c9c1958f88d337ffcb3861590b45a4328046dc35d8e3    NEpeRmS775fnti8TDgJA28m8KLEfNNRZvT
2
d1231263ae05393cc9110f880e887b140a8da91e062c7bcab5b81d433dcfe0a5    NFiw9zA75jEg8Z3RwxTrBNHQGAeNJeGt1Q
2
c843e87119bfd042986bfab3db49fdb1a0cc61fb60ba228aba33b6bc8c8c569a    NFRTvcRcoqEDBSQn63XR7YmAjmFUd4iHVx
2
3fc03f7b88a7e31191be4c35bc908195f9eef72e091452ee8b4890a9bb8f7d77    MxQx7RW2dqLBxg6AMdrYzmPmYAfXEXsZTZ
2
23e8c8af0da3a39814bbe52a458b5cf5436921b1061de82e2943a337cf8ca13f    NGdJtLULmf21MTV4ZA8tKrW1raN6xaXcA4
2
93b426653d58e2fa88f150343ce709088017ec90a7d212754c0076bfad6330e9    MxNykGbDW7vzSiCVqm4x4KncQUQMw8JetW
2
932f9085b4c9faf6ed44bb902980fca09a80537a17af3add1add6607478b20b4    NCeE9ze6HgtZDKxNPjG7J3wFvLBX2SXLrT
2
4410c817c8b81f3b24c9ef102d8387cd0c171b304a49b21291c35bfbf04ca3da    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
5
8e3aa370b2223748ceed4b3c645fad1e0b74ba5675ff9bf140b896fa9bf0d0a4    N47dYkB8jJJPbossJ13yxw6JtzxKiM21Wu
2
f2df3cdc3c6c5c9b2f5c07eab945d8f1ef657ca34c0af89ee0ad1fa1bfdfa30b    NKSv17dvHvZyshkWM78pPLfMSvEnLc1dmd
2
ad24121097b3a6582f8556dfd967f539b4dad8894053e9113e0a3dc8deb8966b    NJoeobuLBVHJLzcgLfMKpUCJuq6yE3hprN
2
8d62abe0bf2a03dc33193e69ea6cbe30f3a5ccb4943b23126194ce953404d4ff    NDZtPTz4tEhP9CfzzWXpXLbgaPh9pv3mTw
2
6da8e81ac4e6abf8a04fcb81bdb827ac97e755a352001abf35e9f3aac442c4bc    NEstofR55rNz8xtE7sdmtwnmKs9ikLfTyf
2
e8f0e0c864aa91925e23f657fc2c979afd439e47f4030aa7cc2ec241669c06c9    NFqoHVGZwhHbM4nQCWwC2PAAFq9JHP9A86
2
3e0b7f6221645ea05f8e3172030a7f887fc1676cac87652d73d23ffa61efc8e4    N3cMjJ8ZAxwMwBiLUQ7roH4dCnzXTc4GFm
2
23850d6af304ccf44d003cb52b073b087239dd74e7937f9b3f55f7aab2d61fb8    N7RfMn4AEh4m7jSrBMpN5eTALj8Vy2E6pp
2
89e8d0668b7daae9dae8e9648cea811f0ea6cf46fbda72c6c106d34281c25a70    NHJd378xXffQ7xzif57zyhxwgSjsiBRxSg
2
61c71156c5caa26109ff10afbaed838961101ad5190aee8459611aaf91969703    MwgCXRENxSwoyKUqkV8VNRbDZrdvdfD8xZ
3
97ac1bd3bdf8fd8185e40a438d40850398c2b8d241202870d18622b4718cc506    N4q1Na1seXM4XzYo8JjJVKXpsavTBBNTPA
2
c92cb0977cb39c43c95a805a8a8f84d11ee8677b725488cd4fd7ee5ef05af46f    NFQ5foDE3F8AKoU4eWRamfVoTJuzuPZtex
2
219ab91b52abec785a5b84cebbf0c7091a3f34ab497c97c7d7253918fc318fcc    Mvuo3z86k7CmbpZjWsY5AxSpc1kHWcE1ib
2
de1b0ad906dd9ef365f210568d8f75f0c6e133af1c2be0f266472d937b984f0c    Mvq7pV1JedUruSdeinq7oyobbVVZN2m4Pg
2
9f30901a06be534c43316b43516f388fe86fe64e880437d57bd4950be32f0a74    N17AiyEVtFg4SX5JA2KvyC9GFYr1RwayC6
2
8d1cbe5ed513ace78c5f695898a7cf347c129377cb460d041fb9ddfeae8d5736    N4bwXT9EF5ugfqt7M727zAfGEhprAXU6zL
2
08ecfe2e0643380cc72d230aa0c00071ff5c4374d836806b1aebde04b3541530    NC8QLeFncuN9c4qs8bW2GNDXMYYMfbWybv
2

The worst example is a TxID with 30 duplicates:

Block    Time    Median    TxID    Address
46375    1331430373    1331426201    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46376    1331430548    1331426583    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46379    1331434274    1331429847    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46386    1331436617    1331434650    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46481    1331498558    1331497009    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46538    1331526760    1331525715    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46651    1331591705    1331587511    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46661    1331595371    1331593414    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46679    1331609522    1331606932    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46681    1331611462    1331607939    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46711    1331624064    1331622044    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46727    1331630015    1331629465    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46744    1331636970    1331635070    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46758    1331645141    1331641715    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46774    1331654823    1331651426    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46784    1331659255    1331657107    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46789    1331661360    1331659255    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46796    1331668761    1331663090    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46820    1331685655    1331680558    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46828    1331690976    1331686573    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46843    1331701437    1331696070    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46855    1331708233    1331705185    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46856    1331708270    1331705666    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46877    1331717304    1331715546    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46883    1331721055    1331717397    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46887    1331722029    1331719724    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46944    1331760267    1331757960    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46945    1331760438    1331758177    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
46947    1331760817    1331758792    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt
47001    1331795213    1331792352    69e18202f4f3f7db607db9109d8be04712ea6bad191ecc68afe0f52a930eee1f    NBoJMzHJ8QXe3qUUBZDH8518bbPB4qZMpt



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Today Namecoin celebrates its 10th anniversary! On Sunday, April 17, 2011 at 00:26:41 (GMT/UTC), the Genesis block (block 0) was generated - and the very first fork of Bitcoin and thus the world's first alternative cryptocurrency was born! Namecoin, along with Bitcoin, was and is primarily intended as an alternative Domain Name System (DNS) for websites, with the goal of becoming independent of regular ICANN domains with Top Level Domains (TLD) such as .com, .net or .org.

As a key/value store, Namecoin allows any record on the blockchain such as identities and whatever data up to a size of 255 bytes for the key (255 ASCII characters such as numbers and letters, i.e. the name of the record like a domain name) and additional 520 bytes for the value (520 ASCII characters, e.g. the DNS configuration of a domain). So in total a key/value pair can contain 775 bytes or 775 ASCII characters (see record with TxID b5a1d922cb66299ced3856b8b112201f798b81dee31a4483e935f43866bb5554 as an example).

Today, Saturday, April 17, 2021 at 00:30:02 (GMT/UTC) we mined block 554960. So including the Genesis block, we got 554,961 confirmations of block 0. During these 10 years, a total of 5,584,201 TxIDs (transactions) were written to the blockchain, including the so-called Coinbase transactions for newly mined blocks that credit the miner's wallet with the reward. Subtracting the Coinbase transactions, 5,029,240 TxIDs were issued, so 5 million transactions for transferring coins and creating and updating names. On average, these are 10 TxIDs per block including the Coinbase transactions (or 9 TxIDs per block excluding the Coinbase transactions) and 152 blocks per day over the last 10 years.




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