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Onename made a big announcement on September 12 at the Blockstack Summit 2015. Co-founder, Muneeb Ali, revealed during his keynote presentation that the Namecoin network is not decentralized
Michael Dean is host of the Freedom Feens podcast, but more importantly, he was one of the earliest (and loudest) advocates of Namecoin as a decentralized DNS system.
Put the word "blockchain" together with the acronym "DNS" and what do you get?
Cryptostorm, the VPN (virtual private network) service providers, revealed to CoinTelegraph that they’ve been using Bitcoin and Namecoin to power their portal to the Darknet for months, announcing native access to Tor, I2P and .bit websites.
If not for DNS (domain name systems), very few people would be able to visit CoinTelegraph.com. They'd have to know that our server's IP address is something like 18.104.22.168.
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DarkWallet's website went down for a while, causing rapid and unfounded speculation. It has since come back online, but the developers need more support.
What will the Internet look like in 10 years? Or 50? If the Internet's rapid evolution so far is any indication, it won't be the Internet we know today.
Distributed identity database Onename, has announced Passcard, a new identification method for the digital era that holds the ambition of becoming our "all access pass to everything."
Only some days ago the NXT currency has been launched and today, as on the 6th of January, it is already ranked 7th, with a humble price.
Namecoins is not just a plain crypto currency for trade is base for a more important system – the decentralized domain name system or the decentralized DNS.
The China-based digital currency exchange platform Bter.com is back online after more than 24 hours offline. It cites DNS error issue.
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