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 Due to numerous problems with support of NameCoin domains, along with their recent article blasting OpenNIC for supporting the .bit TLD, should we the members of OpenNIC continue to provide peering with the NameCoin group or resolve .bit domain names? Due to numerous problems with support of NameCoin domains, along with their recent article blasting OpenNIC for supporting the .bit TLD, should we the members of OpenNIC continue to provide peering with the NameCoin group or resolve .bit domain names?
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 -- Previous voting proposal from 2018-12-04 -- -- Previous voting proposal from 2018-12-04 --
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 Over the past year .bit domains have started being used as malware hubs due to their anonymous nature. ​ Since there is no way to contact the owner of those domains, it creates a backscatter effect and a number of people running public T2 servers have seen domains blacklisted,​ emails blocked, and shutdown notices from their providers. Over the past year .bit domains have started being used as malware hubs due to their anonymous nature. ​ Since there is no way to contact the owner of those domains, it creates a backscatter effect and a number of people running public T2 servers have seen domains blacklisted,​ emails blocked, and shutdown notices from their providers.
  
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