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Choose two:

    Human-meaningful: Meaningful and memorable (low-entropy) names are provided to the users.

    Secure: Any entity in the system can act maliciously, including the majority of the entities or the available computational power.

    Decentralized: There is still only one, unique and specific entity to which a name resolves.

Zooko's Triangle is conjecture, and Namecoin has shown it to be defeatable, no?

Edit: Ah, I see; "including the majority of the entities" would exclude Namecoin from being a proper solution to Zooko's Triangle.

Interesting. So a NameCoin for QR codes would be progress?

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