In 1452, Johannes Gutenberg designed the first printing press specifically for the purpose of a distributed medium. For the first time it was possible to widely distribute the exact copy of the printing template: The Holy Bible, also called the Gutenberg Bible. In April 2011, for the very first time, it was possible to widely distribute the exact copy of a blockchain-based database with unique key/value pairs, while the blockchain with its miners are the printing press:
In the beginning Satoshi Nakamoto created Bitcoin. And Satoshi said, Let there be a Blockchain DNS: and there was Namecoin.
Like this or something similar the crypto community's Bible could begin. The Good News: All members of the Namecoin community are part of the first early crypto community, founded by the forefathers of the crypto universe. The first public discussions about a blockchain-based DNS began on November 15, 2010 on Bitcointalk, the forum originally founded by Satoshi Nakamoto along with