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Christopher Dixon
@stan36
Owns*
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
It's perfectly possible to set a reverse record to a name you don't own, but it's not possible to set a reverse record for an address you're not sending from.
Christopher Dixon
@stan36
Yes, the account in metamask is the same account as for the registrant and controller and the one appearing in the left next to the block icon
the address is the same for everything in the screenshots i posted besides the address of the resolver contract which is the public one suggested in step 1
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
Oh! It looks like this is on Rinkeby, and the reverse resolver on Rinkeby wasn't updated to the new version that supports an all-in-one claim function.
Christopher Dixon
@stan36
oh ok....so would i be better of using ropsten then?
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
I believe Ropsten has the latest version, yes
Christopher Dixon
@stan36
ok, thank you
Christopher Dixon
@stan36
ok just to let you know it did work on ropsten. thanks for your time!
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
No problem!
Paul Razvan Berg
@PaulRBerg
Hey! Is there a Regex for all possible characters range an ENS domain can take?
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
@PaulRBerg Not precisely. Instead, you should run UTS-46 normalisation, or use the eth-ens-namehash library and try hashing the name to see if it's valid.
Either one will throw an exception if the name is not valid.
Paul Razvan Berg
@PaulRBerg
Thanks @Arachnid
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
np
billy rennekamp
@okwme
Hello, I'm having trouble getting my xyz name registered. I'm getting the error: Problem fetching data from DNS but I've followed the directions and according to other tools my DNSSEC is configured correctly and my txt record looks correct as well.
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
@okwme It looks like you're using P256 to sign your domains ,which isn't yet supported by ENS - you have to use RSA.
billy rennekamp
@okwme
@Arachnid Cloudflare's chosen cipher suite is Algorithm 13, also known as ECDSA Curve P-256 with SHA-256. I use name.com as a registrar which seems to support others but apparently Cloudflare doesn't use anything else. Can you recommend a good (free?) DNS service that supports DNSSEC with RSA?
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
@okwme I believe Google's DNS service offers it, as does EasyDNS.
We will be adding P256 support soon, though it is more expensive in gas terms.
billy rennekamp
@okwme
just finished doing exactly that : )
thanks for the help!
postables
@bonedaddy
is there any way to resolve testnet ens names from a service like .eth.link
Ahmad Sghaier
@asghaier76
Is adding other coinTypes open or it is controlled by ENS team
Mahesh Murthy
@maheshmurthy
I am trying to use react-ens-address. I tried this in my code import ENSAddress from '@ensdomains/react-ens-address'
but am getting an error
"export 'default' (imported as 'DNSRegistrarJS') was not found in '
@ensdomains/dnsregistrar
'
 @ ./node_modules/
@ensdomains/ui
/src/index.js
 @ ./node_modules/
@ensdomains/react-ens-address
/dist/Address.js
Has anyone successfully used that library?
Jim McDonald
@mcdee
@bonedaddy you'd have to run your own ethdns resolver to do that. Details at https://github.com/wealdtech/coredns-ens/
Dziugas Butkus
@Dziubutkus
Hey everyone, I have to be missing something super simple. When I try to truffle deploy I get Error: Could not find artifacts for @ensdomains/ens/contracts/ENSRegistry from any sources
For https://github.com/ensdomains/subdomain-registrar
and I am just following directions from the README
postables
@bonedaddy
@mcdee thanks!
Skeemy
@Skeemy3_twitter
Hello 👋
justethales
@justethales
Hello
justethales
@justethales
Hi
Is it possible to create an @ or email address as a unique id instead of a sub domain name? e.g: alice@myWallet.eth
an this email address can be linked to an eth address to receive ETH and can receive and send email too in our traditional MX world. Thanks
Ricky Ruhlen
@rruhlen_twitter
I am setting up my ENS address with my coinbase wallet and after setting the resolver i try to add my ENS address as a record but it doesn’t do anything. Anyone know what the issue is?
Elvis
@Elvis04746500_twitter
hi
I am considering integrating ENS on to our platform and have some questions about it.
When there is an address with 2 or more ENS names configured, which name would it pull as a default?
Also wouldn't someone who owns like a crude name point to an address as well?
Is there anyway to prevent this?
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid

@asghaier76 Anyone can add a new coin type - just make sure you use the canonical binary encoding, and preferably send us a PR to the EIP so we can let others know what that is in one place.

@Dziubutkus Have you done an "npm install" first?

@justethales No; ENS names are domains, not email addresses.

@Elvis04746500_twitter Reverse resolution is configured by the address owner, by calling claim or setName on the reverse registrar. Only they can set what name their address resolves to.

Antonio Savage
@afmsavage
is there any possibility of doing batched transactions for setting up names? For instance, onboarding a new user to an app, would it be possible to gather say a BTC address, ETH address, LTC address, etc and then submit 4-5 subdomains at once or do they need to all be seperate transactions?
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
@afmsavage Yes, but at present you'd need to write your own resolver. We're working on a resolver feature that will make setting multiple fields in a single transaction easier.
ansteadm
@ansteadm
Hey guys, I'm working with a project, and they are looking to see how they can integrate subdomains and domains into their social media product they're building out. Who can I chat with about that?
If you could, I'd love for you to ping me on TG about it since I don't go on here too frequently. My Telegram is @ansteadm. Not sure if I get notifications here.
1SPIRIT
@1SPIRIT
Hello what should be my resolver address for my ENS name? How do I know it is correct? I am using ENS manager Dapp on Myetherwallet
Makoto Inoue
@makoto
@1SPIRIT the address set on https://etherscan.io/address/resolver.eth should be the default resolver
Dillon McCoy
@dlmccoy
Is there a good place to figure out how many ENS names are registered/have public keys configured? Also interested in stats on how many non-ETH addresses have been added
buidl.eth | ECN
@Ethereum_CN_twitter
Hello
anders
@tabcat
Hello
liubenbencom
@liubenbencom