khal wrote:Here is the first release of the namecoin block explorer :
There is currently :
- latest name_* operations
- latest blocks summary
- latest transactions summary
- full name history
- name search
More to come later :p
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- Thu Jun 02, 2011 11:25 pm
- Forum: Tools, GUI & other softwares
- Topic: Namecoin block explorer
- Replies: 25
- Views: 10670
Nice job, thanks!
- Mon May 16, 2011 5:48 pm
- Forum: Selling
- Topic: .BIT DOMAIN NAMES + 3 RENEWALS NO HASSLE/NO NAMECOIN NEEDED!
- Replies: 1
- Views: 3715
1. Send me the .bit domain you desire and your nameservers/or single ip address you wish for your .bit domain to resolve to. 2. I'll send you a bitcoin address for you to send 1 BTC to, upon receipt I will: A. Reserve your requested domain name (if available), register it and configure your record t...
The last Windows version has been compiled the same day there is a patch to update the function that recognise which transactions are yours (so, the patch may not be included). Maybe you can copy your second wallet to your linux box, launch with -rescan (or delete like you did it if it isn't suffic...
...I guess that on your second wallet you should find one receive transaction with the same txid. If you don't find it, that would confirm your namecoind software didn't recongise it as yours. This is what I perceive as the situation, that is why I tried to restore my namecoin wallet in the same wa...
When you do a list transaction on the first wallet, you should see one or more transactions for your domain update, with the same txid. Ex for a first-update on my wallet : - send 0.01 - receive 0.01 - send 41.1 (network fee) I guess that on your second wallet you should find one receive transactio...
FWIW, I have transferred a domain successfully when it was first implemented. The domain shows in both wallets. When you execute an update from the receiving wallet, it will disappear from the sending one. That step is not necessary, since the domain can't be updated by the sending party once it's ...
- Sun May 15, 2011 10:03 pm
- Forum: Technical Support
- Topic: Can someone please help me install namecoin?
- Replies: 6
- Views: 3362
You might need to set the permissions to executable on the namecoind file, try this (from the namecoin directory): chmod +x namecoind I'm using Ubuntu 10.10 I've followed the instructions on the wiki: Downloaded from the main page Extracted everything cd to the folder it was extracted to and typed ....
Does this command return true or false ? ./namecoind name_debug1 d/yourdomain True (in sending and receiving wallet) Do you see your domain in ? ./namecoind listtransactions (Yes in sending wallet, No in receiving wallet) If not, you can try to relaunch namecoind with : ./namecoind -rescan (Did thi...
- Sun May 15, 2011 5:41 pm
- Forum: Technical Support
- Topic: bind9 configuration for sharing a zone with ICANN TLD
- Replies: 19
- Views: 4580
Cool, thanks for this Micah! I've got a domain name that is currently registered with an ICANN-cabal approved registrar, that I am acting as the primary and secondary nameserver for. I registered the same name in the namecoin universe and I configured the .bit nameservers to point to my already exis...