[Bitcoin-development] Fwd: [BIP 15] Aliases

Zell Faze zellfaze at yahoo.com
Thu Dec 15 03:57:09 UTC 2011


Could we combine this proposal and the HTTPS proposal?

The DNSSEC TXT record could give instructions on how to query an HTTPS server to get the address.  Then we get the dynamism of HTTPS without having a rigid URL scheme for querying the server along with the advantages of DNSSEC.


--- On Wed, 12/14/11, Rick Wesson <rick at support-intelligence.com> wrote:

> From: Rick Wesson <rick at support-intelligence.com>
> Subject: Re: [Bitcoin-development] Fwd: [BIP 15] Aliases
> To: "Luke-Jr" <luke at dashjr.org>
> Cc: bitcoin-development at lists.sourceforge.net
> Date: Wednesday, December 14, 2011, 8:22 PM
> understand that not *everyone* wants
> or will adhere to that best
> practice and in my NSHO it isn't.
> 
> -rick
> 
> 2011/12/14 Luke-Jr <luke at dashjr.org>:
> > On Wednesday, December 14, 2011 6:02:25 PM Rick Wesson
> wrote:
> >> I also am largely in favor of using secured zones
> to publish TXT
> >> records to digital currencies. I've been thinking
> mainly about TXT
> >> using the following format for bitcoin.
> >>
> >> _btc.<lhs>.<rhs>
> >
> > Don't confuse BTC (Bitcoin unit) with BC (Bitcoin in
> general / protocol)...
> > The hard part of using DNS will be sticking to the
> standard good practice of
> > using a new address for every transaction.
> 
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