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TNS Blockchain Community Group

A web based blockchain project to explore the use of Digital Names within existing web applications and PaaS and IaaS platforms. The English or human language naming solution presented by Digital Names solves a big problem related to the scale-up of blockchain networks and cryptocurrency systems. Over a hundred million consumers in the globally currently use eWallets. There are over 100 million Crypto trading accounts registered on the worlds crypto exchanges. All currently use Public Crypto Keys for transaction settlement. New companies and individuals entering the emerging blockchain / crypto financial system for the first time frequently find it difficult to understand how to easily send and receive money from eWallets. To regular people or mainstream users the precise steps involved with sending and receiving digital money is currently limiting usage of the blockchain. It is confusing and intimidating, and creates insecurity of inputting keys wrong and losing the value of a transaction. Digital Names simplifies the remembering, typing and everyday usage of digital wallets for crypto and kind of crypto payments or receipts into or out of a Digital Wallet.

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Newest Features Community Group Report 06 April 2021

Editor: Dvorak, Rachel

Authors: Smith, Sheri CTO Total Network Service, Inc.

Copyright © 2021 the contributors to the TNS Blockchain: published by Total Network Service, Inc. under the W3C Community Contributor License Agreement {CLA}. A human-readable summary is available.

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Introduction of Added Features to the TNS Blockchain

SCOPE: The TNS Block Chain Initiative has striven to develop technologies focused on Block chain accessibility. In this initiative we have introduced the technology to convert complex wallet addresses into an easy to remember human readable phonetic identifier.

Utilizing a similar structure as the domain distribution industry we have created an ecosystem of unique identifiers created specifically with the reseller category of the e-commerce space in mind. In consideration of this strategy we have created partner programs specifically directed towards Developers and Speculative investors.

Contents:

  1. Speculators
  2. Developers

Speculators:

The Speculator Membership strategy of our business is designed to speak directly to Domain Speculators and free market investors who have historically driven their e-commerce business models around the bulk purchase and resale of domain names.

Through our Speculator Membership we have made our portable API available to these parties. This allows them to reference available names and write new ones into our system, and most importantly sell phonetic identifiers through their front end, providing an easily integrated revenue stream that has synergies with their current model.

This Membership includes Bulk pricing options utilizing a flexible credit system that maintains integrity between us as the provider of the service and the downstream resellers as our distribution channel.

https://tnshosting.cloud/speculators.html

Developers:

Our system has from the ground up been designed with the Developer class in mind. In the avenue of the speculator, markets and retail are the primary focus of the system, the Developer membership includes full access to not only our portable read/write API, but also direct support and access to some of the inner working of our system.

Our goal with this membership is to increase overall technical interaction with the system, and uncover even more use cases that can add to the depth of our already robust system. This avenue also will assist along with the plan of expanding our ecosystem. Developers are afforded with more privileges and therefore, have even greater opportunities to make a profitable business utilizing Our unique Block Chain assistive technology.

https://www.tnshosting.cloud/developers.html

We are continuing moving forward in the ever-changing world of technology

Introducing Digital Address Book

Make more accurate and effective blockchain transactions with the Digital Address Book.

The Digital Address Book is basic search tool which will assist with finding blockchain addresses for any digital name.

This search tool is using the TNS API system to retrieve all public data can be easily integrated into any blockchain application. The current application provides public keys as well as QR codes for all active digital names. This application is just a stage one for the larger Digital Contacts application currently in development.

https://digitaladdressbook.com/

Digital Names

What is a Digital Name?

Digital Names has created the technology to convert the 30-50 character complex wallet public key into a Human-Readable, Easy-to-Remember format.

Digital Names does for e-wallets sending or receiving any cryptocurrency what Domain Names did for the scale-up of websites on the internet.

https://www.digitalnames.io/

The API Read Commands are:

  • Digital name Lookup – Tells you if the name you are looking for is taken or not. The Digital Name will need to be added to the end of the command code.       
  • Public Key Lookup – For the Public Key Lookup you will need the Digital Name plus the symbol of the currency you are looking up.
  • List All Active Public Keys – Shows all currency that is listed with your Digital Name.
  • List All Active Blockchains –  Lists all of the Names and symbols of the crypto currency that is being used with Digital names.
  • Digital Name Expiration Date – Shows you the date your Digital Name expires. The Digital Name will need to be added to the end of the command code.
  • Digital Names Overview  – Marketing Material used to explain Digital names for wallet operators or anyone that uses the API in their operations
  • Digital Names For Sale Categories – Establish Specific Category to sell your Digital Names
  • Digital Names For Sale – Set your Digital Names for sale in an open market

All commands will require your api key in the command line.

Call for Participation in TNS Blockchain Community Group

The TNS Blockchain Community Group has been launched:


A web based blockchain project to explore the use of Digital Names within existing web applications and PaaS and IaaS platforms.
The English or human language naming solution presented by Digital Names solves a big problem related to the scale-up of blockchain networks and cryptocurrency systems.

Over a hundred million consumers in the globally currently use eWallets. There are over 100 million Crypto trading accounts registered on the worlds crypto exchanges. All currently use Public Crypto Keys for transaction settlement.

New companies and individuals entering the emerging blockchain / crypto financial system for the first time frequently find it difficult to understand how to easily send and receive money from eWallets. To regular people or mainstream users the precise steps involved with sending and receiving digital money is currently limiting usage of the blockchain. It is confusing and intimidating, and creates insecurity of inputting keys wrong and losing the value of a transaction.

Digital Names simplifies the remembering, typing and everyday usage of digital wallets for crypto and kind of crypto payments or receipts into or out of a Digital Wallet.


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This is a community initiative. This group was originally proposed on 2020-02-09 by Frank Corsi. The following people supported its creation: Frank Corsi, Sheri Smith, Charles Voltron, Atilla Elçi, Robert Jamieson. W3C’s hosting of this group does not imply endorsement of the activities.

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