Questions tagged [ens]

Questions related to the Ethereum Name Service, a distributed, extensible naming system based on the Ethereum blockchain.

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Usage of ENS for contract upgrade

Situation: let's assume we have a data storage contract libraries that import the data storage contract a business logic contract that implements the libraries Question: can we use ENS, or more ...
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Are ERC20 token names unique?

I am curious if ERC20 token names are unique on the Ethereum block chain? For example, what is to stop someone from creating a new token called Golem (GNT) and publishing it to a smart contract? I ...
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Can an ENS name point to a contract address?

I know that an ethereum wallet address can have a ENS (Ethereum Name Service) name, but it is possible for a contract? So instead of giving the contract address is it possible to give the contract's ...
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ENS registry wrong ens name

I tried to bit on an ens registry with the following command: var bid = ethRegistrar.shaBid(web3.sha3('mydomain.eth'), eth.accounts[0], web3.toWei(1, 'ether'), web3.sha3('secret')); after I placed ...
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How can I bid in an ENS auction?

So https://registrar.ens.domains flat out doesn't work. So I tried using https://www.myetherwallet.com/#ens with a parity wallet, but that gives "bad instruction": https://etherscan.io/tx/...
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Problem registering an ENS name on the testnet

My Goal I'm trying to register a name on the Ropsten testnet using the FIFSRegistrar located at 0x21397c1a1f4acd9132fe36df011610564b87e24b. I am using MEW to send the transaction. Label and Hashes ...
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ENS setResolver bad jump destination

When i use the Ens - Registry Contract to setResolver(), I am getting a bad jump destination. I am the using the proper namehash of my newly won domain and the "...