Handshake Login.

Can only owners of HNS domains sign in with Handshake login? Or can a subdomain.tld given to a friend be used to sign in. They do not own a TLD.

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costanzo/
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Thats actually a good question.... i honestly think i COULD be possible but the TLD owner would need to accept the changes in their domain manager.. worth a try

hnsdon/
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This would be an interesting concept. Exclusive access via an SLD would allow TLD owners to more aggressively market their brands.

johnny.namebase/
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Yes your friend can be given a subdomain to sign in (note this is how we do it at namebase, only one account owns

namebase/
but we all sign in as subdomains like my johnny.namebase/).

should help you accomplish what you're looking to do

johnny.namebase/
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Pinging

costanzo/
and
hnsdon/
since y'all might be interested in this too

costanzo/
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Thank you

iinc/
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Thank you kind sir.

revarut/
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I'm still confused too

johnxu.namebase/
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I am currently using a subdomain.
To configure the subdomain you can simply share the link using the domain assistant to the owner of the TLD (you can find the url by clicking on "Continue to Namebase" and intercept the url before it redirects).
It can also be configured manually ("Copy my record") following the documentation: