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I would actually like to comment on this process some to encourage users to make larger bids rather than the minimum possible bid.A bids 10 for "name" and pays the network 5 as dividends.B bids 20 for "name", pays A 12.5 and the network 2.5C bids 30 for "name", pays B 22.5 and the network 2.5 ~ no body bids for 3 days, C won the domain for a total of 25 C puts the name back up for sale at 20D bids 25 and pays it to C. E bids 27 and pays it to D.After the initial bidding, the network does not collect fees from the auction except from the per-byte transaction fees.Under these rules someone can secure a name cheaper if they bid higher initially because they increase the amount they must be outbid by to lose the name. So if I attempt to do many small bids then chances are I would pay more than if I made a big bid and hope no one would be willing to raise the bar by 2x what I did. If they do then I profit dramatically. This means that the person who wants to actually own the name is motivated to bid their highest possible bid on the first go so that they might get the domain as cheaply as possible.
有一个问题，我想问下dns id 和dns域名应该不是一个东西吧。DNS id 就是钱包账户名而已。不能交易DNS域名才是可以交易的，是吧。
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