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Manually Revealing Your ENS Bid

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Find the Transaction Hash for Your Bid

First, look up your address on Etherscan.io in order to find the transaction in which you placed your bid.

Look for:

  • An outgoing transaction (which shows as orange) to ENS-Registrar.
  • It should have an ETH value >= 0.01 ETH (not one that says 0 ETH).
  • If you are just now revealing your bid, it will be a transaction sent 2 - 4 days ago.
  • When you click on the transaction hash, it should show ‘Function: newBid(bytes32 sealedBid)’ under ‘Input Data’.

Once you find this, copy and paste the value in the ‘Input Data’ into a text document and remove ‘MethodId:’ and ‘[0]:’, so that it looks like this:

0xce92dced69faf18dd0953d9124d7917234b0efc05c78fd0d9abfc6ffb32d512680fdbb65

Generate the Reveal Information and Ensure it Matches Your Bid Transaction Hash

Step 1. Head to MEW, access your wallet, and go under the ‘ENS’ section to the left.

Step 2. Depending on what you initially saved, enter the following information:

  • The address you bid from
    ENS Name you Bid On (no ‘.eth’ at the end!), or the namehash from your long string under “Hashed ENS Name (Label Hash)”
  • The amount you bid
  • Your Secret, or the sha3 secret from your long string under “Your Secret (Hashed)”

Step 3. When you do this, the following four fields will populate with long data. You want compare the string you copied earlier, 0xce92dced69faf18dd0953d9124d7917234b0efc05c78fd0d9abfc6ffb32d512680fdbb65, to the string shown under ‘New Bid Data’. These two should match.

Step 4. Pro-Tip: Copy the finalize data from this page and save it somewhere. This will allow you to easily finalize the transaction in a few days.

Step 5. Copy the ‘Reveal Data’ string.

Send Transaction to Reveal

Step 1. In a new tab, head to our website and access the wallet for the address that you placed the bid on. This address should also be the same address entered in Step 2 of the previous section.

Step 2. Enter the following information into the fields:

  • To: 0x6090a6e47849629b7245dfa1ca21d94cd15878ef
  • Amount: 0 ETH
  • Gas Limit: 200000
  • Data: From the ‘Reveal Data’ field from Step 5 of the previous section.

Step 3. Generate and sign your transaction.

Step 4. Click your transaction hash after you send it. Ensure there are no errors (you may have to refresh after a minute or two.)

Step 5. In a new tab, head to Etherscan’s ENS Lookup interface and type in the name you bid on. Make sure that you see a very recent transaction from your address with ‘Unseal Bid’ next to it.

Manually Revealing Your ENS Bid

2 min read

Find the Transaction Hash for Your Bid

First, look up your address on Etherscan.io in order to find the transaction in which you placed your bid.

Look for:

  • An outgoing transaction (which shows as orange) to ENS-Registrar.
  • It should have an ETH value >= 0.01 ETH (not one that says 0 ETH).
  • If you are just now revealing your bid, it will be a transaction sent 2 - 4 days ago.
  • When you click on the transaction hash, it should show ‘Function: newBid(bytes32 sealedBid)’ under ‘Input Data’.

Once you find this, copy and paste the value in the ‘Input Data’ into a text document and remove ‘MethodId:’ and ‘[0]:’, so that it looks like this:

0xce92dced69faf18dd0953d9124d7917234b0efc05c78fd0d9abfc6ffb32d512680fdbb65

Generate the Reveal Information and Ensure it Matches Your Bid Transaction Hash

Step 1. Head to MEW, access your wallet, and go under the ‘ENS’ section to the left.

Step 2. Depending on what you initially saved, enter the following information:

  • The address you bid from
    ENS Name you Bid On (no ‘.eth’ at the end!), or the namehash from your long string under “Hashed ENS Name (Label Hash)”
  • The amount you bid
  • Your Secret, or the sha3 secret from your long string under “Your Secret (Hashed)”

Step 3. When you do this, the following four fields will populate with long data. You want compare the string you copied earlier, 0xce92dced69faf18dd0953d9124d7917234b0efc05c78fd0d9abfc6ffb32d512680fdbb65, to the string shown under ‘New Bid Data’. These two should match.

Step 4. Pro-Tip: Copy the finalize data from this page and save it somewhere. This will allow you to easily finalize the transaction in a few days.

Step 5. Copy the ‘Reveal Data’ string.

Send Transaction to Reveal

Step 1. In a new tab, head to our website and access the wallet for the address that you placed the bid on. This address should also be the same address entered in Step 2 of the previous section.

Step 2. Enter the following information into the fields:

  • To: 0x6090a6e47849629b7245dfa1ca21d94cd15878ef
  • Amount: 0 ETH
  • Gas Limit: 200000
  • Data: From the ‘Reveal Data’ field from Step 5 of the previous section.

Step 3. Generate and sign your transaction.

Step 4. Click your transaction hash after you send it. Ensure there are no errors (you may have to refresh after a minute or two.)

Step 5. In a new tab, head to Etherscan’s ENS Lookup interface and type in the name you bid on. Make sure that you see a very recent transaction from your address with ‘Unseal Bid’ next to it.

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Manually Revealing Your ENS Bid

2 min read

Find the Transaction Hash for Your Bid

First, look up your address on Etherscan.io in order to find the transaction in which you placed your bid.

Look for:

  • An outgoing transaction (which shows as orange) to ENS-Registrar.
  • It should have an ETH value >= 0.01 ETH (not one that says 0 ETH).
  • If you are just now revealing your bid, it will be a transaction sent 2 - 4 days ago.
  • When you click on the transaction hash, it should show ‘Function: newBid(bytes32 sealedBid)’ under ‘Input Data’.

Once you find this, copy and paste the value in the ‘Input Data’ into a text document and remove ‘MethodId:’ and ‘[0]:’, so that it looks like this:

0xce92dced69faf18dd0953d9124d7917234b0efc05c78fd0d9abfc6ffb32d512680fdbb65

Generate the Reveal Information and Ensure it Matches Your Bid Transaction Hash

Step 1. Head to MEW, access your wallet, and go under the ‘ENS’ section to the left.

Step 2. Depending on what you initially saved, enter the following information:

  • The address you bid from
    ENS Name you Bid On (no ‘.eth’ at the end!), or the namehash from your long string under “Hashed ENS Name (Label Hash)”
  • The amount you bid
  • Your Secret, or the sha3 secret from your long string under “Your Secret (Hashed)”

Step 3. When you do this, the following four fields will populate with long data. You want compare the string you copied earlier, 0xce92dced69faf18dd0953d9124d7917234b0efc05c78fd0d9abfc6ffb32d512680fdbb65, to the string shown under ‘New Bid Data’. These two should match.

Step 4. Pro-Tip: Copy the finalize data from this page and save it somewhere. This will allow you to easily finalize the transaction in a few days.

Step 5. Copy the ‘Reveal Data’ string.

Send Transaction to Reveal

Step 1. In a new tab, head to our website and access the wallet for the address that you placed the bid on. This address should also be the same address entered in Step 2 of the previous section.

Step 2. Enter the following information into the fields:

  • To: 0x6090a6e47849629b7245dfa1ca21d94cd15878ef
  • Amount: 0 ETH
  • Gas Limit: 200000
  • Data: From the ‘Reveal Data’ field from Step 5 of the previous section.

Step 3. Generate and sign your transaction.

Step 4. Click your transaction hash after you send it. Ensure there are no errors (you may have to refresh after a minute or two.)

Step 5. In a new tab, head to Etherscan’s ENS Lookup interface and type in the name you bid on. Make sure that you see a very recent transaction from your address with ‘Unseal Bid’ next to it.

Manually Revealing Your ENS Bid

2 min read

Find the Transaction Hash for Your Bid

First, look up your address on Etherscan.io in order to find the transaction in which you placed your bid.

Look for:

  • An outgoing transaction (which shows as orange) to ENS-Registrar.
  • It should have an ETH value >= 0.01 ETH (not one that says 0 ETH).
  • If you are just now revealing your bid, it will be a transaction sent 2 - 4 days ago.
  • When you click on the transaction hash, it should show ‘Function: newBid(bytes32 sealedBid)’ under ‘Input Data’.

Once you find this, copy and paste the value in the ‘Input Data’ into a text document and remove ‘MethodId:’ and ‘[0]:’, so that it looks like this:

0xce92dced69faf18dd0953d9124d7917234b0efc05c78fd0d9abfc6ffb32d512680fdbb65

Generate the Reveal Information and Ensure it Matches Your Bid Transaction Hash

Step 1. Head to MEW, access your wallet, and go under the ‘ENS’ section to the left.

Step 2. Depending on what you initially saved, enter the following information:

  • The address you bid from
    ENS Name you Bid On (no ‘.eth’ at the end!), or the namehash from your long string under “Hashed ENS Name (Label Hash)”
  • The amount you bid
  • Your Secret, or the sha3 secret from your long string under “Your Secret (Hashed)”

Step 3. When you do this, the following four fields will populate with long data. You want compare the string you copied earlier, 0xce92dced69faf18dd0953d9124d7917234b0efc05c78fd0d9abfc6ffb32d512680fdbb65, to the string shown under ‘New Bid Data’. These two should match.

Step 4. Pro-Tip: Copy the finalize data from this page and save it somewhere. This will allow you to easily finalize the transaction in a few days.

Step 5. Copy the ‘Reveal Data’ string.

Send Transaction to Reveal

Step 1. In a new tab, head to our website and access the wallet for the address that you placed the bid on. This address should also be the same address entered in Step 2 of the previous section.

Step 2. Enter the following information into the fields:

  • To: 0x6090a6e47849629b7245dfa1ca21d94cd15878ef
  • Amount: 0 ETH
  • Gas Limit: 200000
  • Data: From the ‘Reveal Data’ field from Step 5 of the previous section.

Step 3. Generate and sign your transaction.

Step 4. Click your transaction hash after you send it. Ensure there are no errors (you may have to refresh after a minute or two.)

Step 5. In a new tab, head to Etherscan’s ENS Lookup interface and type in the name you bid on. Make sure that you see a very recent transaction from your address with ‘Unseal Bid’ next to it.

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