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New .bit Domains for the Blog

on Feb 28, 2016

I will be posting the new article on IPFS soon, but in the meantime I wanted to let you all know that the site is now accessible through DividedByZero.bit and DividedBy0.bit! Huge thanks goes out to glock, who has been doing a great public service for ZeroNet and it's community by offering free .bit domains.

Also, I'd like to work on organizing the site better in the near future so you can easily click on a page with my contact info, PGP key, and cryptocurrency addresses. Instead of searching through past posts to find the info.

Reminder if you like what you see here and you have some cryptocurrency to spare, please support the blog by donating. You can send bitcoin to: 1KECR4gMLpKQvtH6CYcRhGT4CHMvZC9eMd
Will get other cryptocurrency addresses posted soon, but until then if you want to donate dash, litecoin, or something else please drop me a note at dividedby0 on ZeroMail. Feel free to use the PGP key found at the bottom of the last post.


user_name1 day ago
hao123on Apr 13, 2016


dividedby0on Mar 07, 2016

tyler: Why use pgp? Aren't zeromails already encrypted?

As I explained to another person who asked that same question in a comment on my last post:
"Good question. I provide my PGP key for those who choose to use it. It is an extra layer of security, which isn't a bad thing considering ZeroMail is an experimental service that hasn't been audited or existed for very long."

tyleron Mar 03, 2016

Why use pgp? Aren't zeromails already encrypted?

klauszimmermannon Feb 28, 2016

Congrats on the domain! I should do something like that for my blog as well.

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