Domain Data
All records allow for storing arbitrary information in the "data" map:
CameLIGO
Michelson
1
type data_map = (string, bytes) map
Copied!
1
map %data string bytes
Copied!
All entries have:
  • A key that should have a unique meaning. There is a set of reserved keys for typical use, but users are free to create new keys.
  • A value which must be represented in JSON (RFC 8259) and encoded in UTF-8.

Reserved Keys

Tezos Domains

All keys with the prefix td: are reserved for Tezos Domains-related metadata. We currently recognize:
Key
Meaning
Type
Example
td:ttl
The time-to-live of the record and an associated reverse record, if any (in seconds). If defined, it specifies the maximum time the record should be stored in caches and other secondary-storage mechanisms.
number
600

OpenID

The prefix openid: is reserved for OpenID claims. The values have their respective meanings according to the OpenID spec. The value types specified in the OpenID spec must be adhered to.
Key
Meaning
Type
Example
openid:<claim>
(e.g. openid:name)
see OpenID spec
"Alice Smith"

Gravatar

To provide an avatar representing their account, Gravatar users can equip their Tezos Domain with the MD5 hash of their Gravatar e-mail.
Key
Meaning
Type
Example
gravatar:hash
The MD5 hash of the user's e-mail on Gravatar in hexadecimal format.
string
"0bc83cb571cd1c50ba6f3e8a78ef1346"

Social media

Key
Meaning
Type
Example
twitter:handle
The associated Twitter handle of the domain.
string
"BillGates"
instagram:handle
The associated Instagram handle of the domain.
string
"nasa"

Developer accounts

Key
Meaning
Type
Example
github:username
User's GitHub account name.
string
"torvalds"
gitlab:username
User's GitLab account name.
string
"foobar"
keybase:username
User's Keybase account name.
string
"foobar"

Source control

Key
Meaning
Type
Example
project:repository_url
Project's Git repository.
string
"https://gitlab.com/tezos-domains/contracts.git"