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I am building an application that needs to verify the validity of ENS names as given by a resolver. Can resolvers attach a short proof to cryptographically guarantee that a given ENS name does indeed map to the corresponding Ethereum address?
Chris Pacia from the OpenBazaar team implemented ens-lite which is a light-client resolver for the ENS.
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