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syscoinethereum
@syscoinethereum
Hmm
syscoinethereum
@syscoinethereum
Can anyone help pls
nrhirsch
@nrhirsch
@syscoinethereum import your wallet into metamask using the private key or the json file. set a password and then go to app.ens.domains to do the stuff you want to do.
syscoinethereum
@syscoinethereum
Thank you @nrhirsch when you import your wallet into metamask does this stop you from ever using the same json file with myetherwallet?
tomo ⚡
@gtomo1986_twitter
Please can someone help how to transfer ENS name between addresses? I cannot find anywhere how to do it.
nrhirsch
@nrhirsch
@syscoinethereum I don't think that is correct. I had MEW and Metamask using same wallet but haven't used MEW for awhile. Also have IMToken using same wallet.
@gtomo1986_twitter did you try app.ens.domains?
tomo ⚡
@gtomo1986_twitter
@nrhirsch Thank you, that helped!
syscoinethereum
@syscoinethereum
Thanks @nrhirsch glad to know it is not a permanent import
nrhirsch
@nrhirsch
@syscoinethereum a secure way is to put it on a hardware wallet (ledger or trezor for example) and then connect it to MEW or Metamask when you want to transact.
Veronica Andrino
@veronandrino_twitter
Hi, I need help, I had been charged twice on ETH and it was a successful transaction but my domain didnt appear on my registry
now its the 3rd time that I paid for my domain and none was sent to my acct.
https://etherscan.io/tx/0xdbb63c2ff76211299f87f339e7ef57f2e4cc72a08756382239818a9fdb2ad4a0 the smart contract call was successful on both side. ethsimple and even on ENS .. but my domain is stilll available , and I didnt get it on my ENS acct.. Pls help me
Veronica Andrino
@veronandrino_twitter
@syscoinethereum Hi, is there anyone here?
Micah Zoltu
@MicahZoltu
That doesn't look like an ENS contract that you are calling @veronandrino_twitter.
At a glance, it looks like you are calling some unknown contract, which is then calling into the old ENS registry. It looks like it was the commit transaction, but no reveal transaction.
Either way, you shouldn't be calling into the old registry.
Veronica Andrino
@veronandrino_twitter
how will i get it?
theres already a smart contract call ,
and it was already charged on my acct..
Micah Zoltu
@MicahZoltu
There is a second transaction required, whatever tool you are using should have prompted you to sign the next transaction. However, you are using the old registry and I don't know if you can migrate from the old registry still.
@veronandrino_twitter What UI are you using?
syscoinethereum
@syscoinethereum
I don't trust using my trezor with matamask also there are no video instructions out there. Got too much to lose on my trezor to connect it to metamask @nrhirsch
Micah Zoltu
@MicahZoltu
@syscoinethereum MetaMask cannot steal from your Trezor. Anything MM tries to do with your Trezor will result in your Trezor prompting you for confirmation.
syscoinethereum
@syscoinethereum
What if i lose password for metamask or download a fake metamask then my trezor is at risk right
Micah Zoltu
@MicahZoltu
@syscoinethereum Not as long as you don't sign things on your Trezor without reviewing them on the screen.
The point of a hardware wallet is to protect you even if the computer it is plugged into is fully compromised.
But that protection only works IF you review what is presented on the hardware device screen.
nrhirsch
@nrhirsch
@syscoinethereum what Micah said it accurate. no risk because any transaction to/from your Trezor or Ledger will require confirmation from the device. Don't confirm anything if you didn't do it then you're safe
syscoinethereum
@syscoinethereum
Ok
How do we renew ens names for another wallet owner?
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
Just enter the name on app.ens.domains and click 'renew'
Thomas Pulber
@pimato
Hey everyone around from the ENS team?
would need some support figuring out what went wrong with a setContentHash call
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
Sure, what's up?
giovanniforpresident
@giovanniforpresident
Hello there
giovanniforpresident
@giovanniforpresident
I just noticed that a bunch of names I registered within the past month, now need to be renewed for the year. If i register more names while still in the month of May, will I then be prompted before the end of the month to renew them? It's a bit frustrating as I now have to essentially double pay for every name I registered on April 30th, not even a month ago. For the record I luv the service but I just don't wanna get any more surprises like this.
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
The default registration period is a year. Unless you changed that, names you registered in the last month don't need renewing until a year after that. Can you give an example?
giovanniforpresident
@giovanniforpresident
@Arachnid LOL. Never mind. I just freaked when I saw "Names in May are expiring soon" and when I checked all my names they all expire on May 29th...2021. Whoops. A small oversight. The expiration dates on the names are in a very light shade of grey so basically I confused the dates. All is well now. I will be registering more names. Thank you very much.
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
:+1:
giovanniforpresident
@giovanniforpresident
Hello again. I have another question. In Step 2 where you have to "Wait for a minute", does that mean I shouldn't speed up the transaction if it's taking a long time by increasing the gas or does it not matter?
I'm asking because I recently completed two confirmations which I speeded up after registering a name and it never went to Step 2 or Step 3 and I didn't get any update about whether I got the name or not so I'm now on my second attempt where I am currently waiting for the first confirmation which looks like it
looks like its going to take 7 more hours.
giovanniforpresident
@giovanniforpresident
I also selected "Notify me" and I haven't been notified yet.
Peter Haas
@pepihasenfuss
@giovanniforpresident NO, you have to wait 1 minute, it has nothing to do with gas, it is a safety feature for processing your commitment, kinda reservation of your name for you. Sometimes it takes a bit more than a minute. Then, you can rent your desired domain.
giovanniforpresident
@giovanniforpresident
Ok I get it now. Thank you. I was able to register more names. For the record it went so much better when I sped up both transactions. It seems like the best way to go if there's a lot of traffic on the network. When I didn't speed up the transactions one of them was even dropped. I misunderstood the 1 minute wait. I thought i was waiting for step 1 to repeat itself. I don't know why I thought. I think I need more sleep lol. Thanks again. I luv what you guys are doing on the ETH network.
Sanchay Pahalwani
@SanchayPahalwani

Hi, I am trying to setup a subdomain registrar for my .eth domain as mentioned here https://github.com/ensdomains/subdomain-registrar

As I was reading here https://github.com/ensdomains/subdomain-registrar#adding-a-domain
The first step is "Transferring ownership of the Deed to the deployed contract."
What is Deed referred to here?

Also can someone link me a get started guide to ENS subdomain registrar?
Peter Haas
@pepihasenfuss
The old registry, since 2017, used a deed contract for a small deposit, 0.01 eth then. It was used to commit yourself and park this deposit for a while. Then one could get his domain in an auction. The new ENS 2.0 does not use this mechanism any longer. Today, the new ENS 2.0 allows to rent a domain. If you own a domain that was made with the old ENS 1.0, then you can get back the small deposit that is stored in a deed contract. If you are new to ENS and want to get your domain, then you don't have to deal with the old deed. If you want to start using the ENS registrar and you are a developer, you might consider to start and experiment with the one deployed on ropsten: Look here to explore ENS 2.0 on ropsten: https://ropsten.etherscan.io/address/0x283af0b28c62c092c9727f1ee09c02ca627eb7f5 To start, make a new ethereum address for you and save the key, you need a bit of free ether on ropsten, therefore you use a faucet for ropsten. Then you experiment with contracts using the link to ropsten ENS2. I admit, if someone is really new to all of this, it is a bit of a steep learning curve, I mean, it can be stressful in the beginning. Hope this helps a bit. @SanchayPahalwani