hack.dearmoon.ethhas a resolver with configured address:
$ ethereal ens info --domain=hack.dearmoon.eth Controller is dearmoon.eth (0x85A363699C6864248a6FfCA66e4a1A5cCf9f5567) Resolver is 0x4976fb03C32e5B8cfe2b6cCB31c09Ba78EBaBa41 Domain resolves to 0x614962025820c57D6AF5acff56B5879237dAf559
Hey guys, i have a question, a dumb one i know ... but what timezone is the Expiration Date on here for example : https://app.ens.domains/name/mischat.eth
@mischat I think that UTC is default around the blockchains and internets but this is just a guess / assumption
Loads of trial and error.
Even though Etherscan does not like ENS on Ropsten or Rinkeby, the app.ens.domains did the job for me.
Directly from the tutorial: https://www.toptal.com/dapp/ethereum-name-service-dapp-tutorial
Removing line that require the ownership.
setApprovalForAll (no ownership required)
Magic. Now anyone can register a subdomqin.
Feels like epic win.
I really wish I had my power team... A competent developer to bounce ideas, brainstorm, sanity check, rubber duck debugging and we would solve it in 10-15 minutes.
Not that fun to be on your own :(
bug found when saving new public resolver over the old public resolver, the address that was set disappears from the domain. If I go ahead and re-add the same address to the domain after going to the new public resolver, the address then appears twice. Once in the address and below in "other addresses"
There should be a 'migrate' button you can use to move everything over in two transactions.
@Abstrct @MicahZoltu We've always counted characters, so I'm not sure why anything would have changed for you.
I've had this problem form the beginning ... just over half of all (a whole bunch) the names I bought show up as that ----^I understand that there is no way to recover the names. I did however separate them into different wallets and now some of the ones where I can see the name are switching to that format.
I'm a bit puzzled ... anyone know why this is happening?
here's the first transaction: https://etherscan.io/tx/0xac4a393cbc9df7206cf122c55d379a9176634231dbb8f3340b9e5001fdfe9d4f
Thanks @nrhirsch ... but I have no idea what the names are ... didn't make a note (or can't the note) of the names that I originally got way back when ... but these latest ones that have gone blank were names that were visible when I got on the ENS dapp and had transferred to a separate wallet (with a bunch of other names that were visible).
I get why nobody can tell me what these names are (I've given up on the other 25 or so like that) because apparently that was the way that ENS (or the EF) wanted it done at the time ... but these latest ones don't make sense. One minute I can see the name ... next I can't. Am guessing that these will be lost, as well ... which, if I'm being very honest, should not be the case. Yet, here we are ... fingers crossed there is a solution here.