How does Monero OpenAlias compare with the Boolberry blockchain aliasing system?
Is the main difference that a domain name is needed for Monero and mining an available alias is required for Boolberry?
What are the other primary differences?
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BBR aliasing system has many problems, being linked to your address what happens if you lose your private key? There is no way to recover your alias that you could have shared with your friends and family, there is also another problem with the variants, you will run out of simple aliases at some point and it will starting becoming confusing (Alice1, Alice2, Alice3, therealAlice...) at some point its simpler to have a personal address book with Alice's BBR address next to her name. OpenAlias does not requires mining, its a simple system that requires only a few extra settings in your Domain Name Registrar and you could use any cryptocurrency with it even Boolberry. You could maintain any domain and add/remove a Monero address associated with it at any time, all the person sending Monero to you need is the domain name. It already works within the simplewallet through the