ENS

Brute-Forcing Secret Word Phrases

The following is from /u/eth-o-licious2 on reddit Recently, I was trying to reveal one of my bids and realized that somehow I failed to copy down my three-word secret from MyCrypto, probably because the Status Token Contribution Period was forcing me to re-attempt bids and I lost track of this one. At any rate, my specific situation was that I was using MyCrypto. I knew how much I bid and my account, and I just needed the three-word secret phrase . The domain being bid on, the account, the…

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Changing the ENS owner or transferring an ENS Name

Transferring a domain (best practice!) Search for your domain on Etherscan Copy the Label Hash . Go to the Contracts page and select ENS - Eth Registrar (Auction) 0x6090a6e47849629b7245dfa1ca21d94cd15878ef from the dropdown menu.  Optional but recommended: set a lower gas price (like 1 GWEI) via the slider in the header to save on fees. Access and choose the transfer call. Paste the LabelHash from Etherscan into the _hash field. Paste the address of the new owner in the newOwner…

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Importing a bid created in MyCrypto into ENS and vice-versa

The fields of the JSON files created by MyCrypto and ENS (registrar.ens.domains) appear to be different but in fact they have different names and styles for the same thing. Here is a comparison of the two JSON files and how they compare to each other. MyCrypto JSON file Below is a MyCrypto JSON file (push enter, ie. add a line after each "," to get it to look like this). ENS JSON file Below is an ENS JSON file (push enter, ie. add a line after each "," to get it to look like this). The only…

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Manually Revealing ENS Bids (Hard)

Use our tool... More easily debug, generate, reveal, and finalize data: https://legacy.mycrypto.com/helpers.html Get the transaction ID of your original bid Under "input data" it should look like: Function: newBid(bytes32 sealedBid) MethodID: 0xce92dced[0]:69faf18dd0953d9124d7917234b0efc05c78fd0d9abfc6ffb32d512680fdbb65 Get the information that will match your bid via Etherscan Under shaBid: First is the sha3 hash of the name (with 0x before it) Then your address (with 0x before it) Then the…

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Manually Revealing ENS Bids

Get your bid transaction hash First, look up your address on Etherscan  in order to find the transaction in which you placed your bid.  Look for: An outgoing transaction (orange) To ENS-Registrar With an ETH value >= 0.01 ETH (not one that says "0 Ether") Was sent 2-4 days ago (if you are just revealing your bid now) That, when you click on the TX hash, has "Function: newBid(bytes32 sealedBid)" under "Input Data" Once you find this, copy and paste the value in the "Input Data" into a text…

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Releasing ENS names

How to release Your ENS name after a year Navigate to MyCrypto's contracts tab https://mycrypto.com/contracts/interact . In the Select Existing Contract dropdown, select the ENS: ETH Registrar (Auction) option. Here is a picture of where you should be: Click the Access button. In the Select a Function dropdown, select the releaseDeed function. Fill in the _ hash field with the labelhash that you can find by looking up your ENS name on https://etherscan.io/enslookup . Below the…

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Setting the resolver for an ENS name

Set the resolver for your name Go to the contracts tab. Choose ENS - Registry: 0x314159265dD8dbb310642f98f50C066173C1259b. Click "Access" . Select setResolver . Go to mycrypto.com/ens and search for the ens name you wish to resolve. Copy your namehash which is displayed to the right of square brackets encompassing your ens name. Enter your namehash of your name under node (bytes32) . Enter the Public Resolver Address under resolver (address) : 0x5FfC014343cd971B7eb70732021E26C35B744cc…

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Starting an Auction without Bidding

You can open an auction without bidding. It's not the simplest thing in the world, but it's not the worst. It looks harder than it is: Go to https://legacy.mycrypto.com/helpers.html . Find NS Debugger & Data Grabber . Type the name (without .eth) under ENS Name you Bid on . Copy the data provided under Start Auction Data . In a new tab, go to https://mycrypto.com/account and unlock the wallet you wish to start the auction with. Enter the following information into the fields: To: 0x6090a…

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Visual Guide to Buying Vanity Ethereum Addresses with ENS and MyCrypto

The following was taken from Edward T Giraffe via hackernoon.com. "Nothing says 'I’m serious about Ethereum' like your name on the blockchain" Link to Visual Guide to Buying Ethereum Addresses with ENS and MyCrypto Related articles Why the ENS Bid Process is so Complicated? Changing the ENS owner or transferring an ENS Name A Visual Timeline of an ENS Bid

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What to do if you forgot how much you bid

First, look up your address on Etherscan  in order to find the transaction in which you placed your bid.  Look for: An outgoing transaction (orange) To ENS-Registrar With an ETH value > 0.01 ETH (not one that says "0 Ether") Was sent 2-4 days ago (if you are just revealing your bid now) That, when you click on the transaction hash, has "Function: newBid(bytes32 sealedBid)" under "Input Data" Once you find this, copy and paste the value in the "Input Data" into a text document and remove the…

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What to do if You Forgot to Reveal Your ENS Bid

If there are other bidders You can get 0.5% back by manually revealing, as written up here . Unfortunately, you must reveal during the reveal period in order to win the name or get the full amount back. If there are no other bidders As soon as the auction is over, please start a new auction for the same name. Three days later, reveal your original bid and you will get it. Do not tell anyone else about your name (unless you are emailing us for support because we can't help you otherwise) during…

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