It looks like the name was registered, but you registered it to the same address that owns
$ blockstack-cli whois jef.leyqi.id
"zonefile": "$ORIGIN jef\n$TTL 3600\n_https._tcp URI 10 1 \"http://leyqi.eu/leyqi-temp/profile.json\"\n",
$ blockstack-cli names ID-1KkVG4XkFY4WTnFnFjdSofdkhRZRLDfwq6
How can I use a subdomain name like jef.leyqi.id in a Blockstack Browser, just like a normal ID?
It would normally be the case that you can use a subdomain name to sign in. However, the Browser only allows one name per ID-address, and your ID-address was already taken by
leyqi.id. The Browser doesn’t yet know how to let you see multiple names per ID-address We’ll have to ask @larry for details.
In the mean time, if you create a new ID-address from the ID page, and register a subdomain for that ID-address, you should be able to sign in with it.
How can I submit more then one subdomain name in a batch, because now I paid a full update fee for just one name?
This is configurable in the subdomain registrar config file. Specifically, you can alter the
batchDelayPeriod to be longer (it’s the number of minutes between sending out subdomain batches). You can make it extremely long (i.e. on the order of days) and then submit a lot of subdomain updates and use the
adminPassword or one of the strings in the
apiKeys to force it to flush the queued updates.
Looking up leyqi.id in the Blockstack Explorer, it doesn’t show the profile anymore. Is this normal?
Your profile was signed by the private key whose public key is
18zAHmfRYGyDecjkRstdwzsTHFfA6ChM9A). Your ID-address is
1KkVG4XkFY4WTnFnFjdSofdkhRZRLDfwq6. You will need to generate a new profile JWT signed with the private key for
1KkVG4XkFY4WTnFnFjdSofdkhRZRLDfwq6 and upload it to the same URL (in your case,
http://leyqi.eu/leyqi-temp/profile.json). You can get your private key using your 12-word phrase and the
make_keychain command in the
blockstack-cli tool, and you can sign a profile with the
Hope this helps!