A dog’s DNS test will be coming to bitcoin users soon.
The site, which claims to provide real-time and reliable dog DNS test results, is making the announcement today.
The site, DogDNS, was founded by two developers and aims to give users an opportunity to compare dog names, as well as their owner’s, to ensure that their dog is not compromised by the internet.
The service, which uses DNS to look up dog names and their owner, has been around for a few years, and has seen a lot of popularity among bitcoin enthusiasts.
In order to test out the service, users must log in to the DogDns website using their phone’s mobile app, and then create an account, which will allow DogDncs software to analyze their DNS settings.
Once the dog’s owner clicks through the link, the site will show them the results of a DNS lookup, which includes information on the owner, address, and other details.
The test results will then be displayed in the app, along with a barcode, which can be scanned for bitcoins.
Users will then need to create a new account for the test, which takes around five minutes.
Once that’s done, the test will show up in the Dogns DNS dashboard.
Users can check out the site on DogDna, where they can find all the information they need to test their dog, including its name, address and the name of its owner.
The database is updated regularly and has an option to test using QR codes.
Once you have the test results in hand, Dogdns offers a number of options for bitcoiners to use for testing out their dog.
Users can choose to check for the dog owner using their QR code, or they can use DogDnos API, which is free and easy to use.
Users are also able to submit their test results using a text-based QR code or the QR code app, but DogDnas API is currently only available to Android users.
Once a test has been accepted, Dogncs will send the results to the dog, with a QR code on the test result.
If the QR codes have not been scanned yet, DogNcs will attempt to contact the owner to verify the result.
Users are also offered the option to view their results on a separate page.
Once the results have been validated, Dogns will send a bitcoin wallet to the owner’s address.
Once owners submit their results, DogNs dashboard will show the test’s result and their dog’s address, along by a bar code.
Users will then have the option of sending the test to DogNats wallet or their Bitcoin wallet address.
DogNatos API is free, but there are fees associated with the service.
Users may be able to use DogNots QR code wallet or the Bitcoin wallet app, though there are no options yet for how to transfer the dog to the wallet.
Users also have the ability to send money to the owners account, but it may take a few minutes to complete the transaction.
It’s not yet clear whether the service will support transfers through PayPal, Venmo, or another payment option.
DogNots website states that DogNodes wallet will only be available to DogDnes users for the next few weeks.
Users who have an interest in testing out DogNoses DNS can contact DogNos to set up an account and start using the test.
The service is available in the US, Australia, and New Zealand, with more countries expected to come online.