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On the assurances afforded by light client resolution. Plus, Cosmos subdomains, auth tools, and a P2P IPFS gateway.
Tracking SLD registrations lets us map the colorful world of namespaces anchored in the Handshake root. Plus, multisig staking, systemd fullnode guide, and more.
The Shake now tracks Handshake ecosystem data from high-level network metrics down to individual blocks. Plus, HNS terminology guide, Arweave nameservers, and more.
Tokenizing Handshake top level domains, plus a full week of the web’s middlemen wielding their power.
The Overton Window has shifted, and there's a new wave of projects taking novel approaches to tackling decentralized frontends.
On the launch of of a music-specific namespace. Plus, Palm Reader mobile demo, Tailscale supports NextDNS, and Dappnet decentralized frontends.
Or how to do identity-based asset distribution. Plus, the Battle for the Soul of the Web and light client checkpoints.
Bob Wallet chrome extension is back! Plus, deploying sites to Arweave and Handshake in 60 seconds or less.
Internet disruptions amid protests in Iran have shut down mobile services and major social platforms. Plus, demos for P2P SSL certs and our IPFS gateway.
The Namebase 2.0 team has a new, but familiar look. Plus, stateless DANE clients, simple certs with Certy, and .Contract goes trustless.
Opera's Handshake support, Impervious Registry programmability, The Shake’s data portal, and more.
Namecheap walked away with .e for 5M HNS, but the story is not about the winning bid. Plus, this week in Handshake.
Public.Records is a public IPFS gateway on Handshake, from us at The Shake. Plus HeyTX at NamesCon and HS Hub Domains.
Three steps to setting up websites using Impervious Registry. Plus, TRM Labs censorship in DeFi and a selection of on-chain music projects on Handshake.
DeFi domain takedowns, Bob Wallet V1, and Keybase claims on HNS
Namebase releases a proposal for decentralized SLDs on Optimism with several unique features including a dev fund for Handshake core development.
On covenants -- If we can build decentralized trading and registry protocols using the existing covenant primitives, what else can we build?
The Impervious Registry launches for Handshake TLDs to sell subdomains on Ethereum and Escher outlines a path to a Handshake-native SLD approach.
On Update Chains, a mechanism for dSLDs and other Handshaker Layer 2 networks. Plus, Namebase DNSSEC support and Shake Shields TXT-based avatars.
On Name Collisions -- you can't "cease and desist" a blockchain. Plus, Palm Reader multisig, Bob Wallet V1, MXRoute HNS Email, and more.