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Relay examples

Relays allow an SNS name to point to another inscription. This is similar to an "a record" in DNS.
This is different than recursive inscriptions. Recursion inserts the content of one inscription into another. Relay simply establishes a link, pointing one inscription at another, giving the target inscription a human readable name. Examples below:

white-paper.sats

{
"p": "sns",
"op": "reg",
"name": "white-paper.sats",
"relay": "85b10531435304cbe47d268106b58b57a4416c76573d4b50fa544432597ad670i0",
}
Relays to an early inscription of the Bitcoin white paper: https://www.ord.io/54

hellodickbutt.sats

{
"p": "sns",
"op": "reg",
"name": "hellodickbutt.sats",
"relay": "26482871f33f1051f450f2da9af275794c0b5f1c61ebf35e4467fb42c2813403i0",
}
Relays to inscription #1: https://www.ord.io/1

taprootwzrd.sats

{
"p": "sns",
"op": "reg",
"name": "taprootwzrd.sats",
"relay": "0301e0480b374b32851a9462db29dc19fe830a7f7d7a88b81612b9d42099c0aei0",
}
Relays to the infamous 4 megggor: https://www.ord.io/652

mrmarshall.sats

{
"p": "sns",
"op": "reg",
"name": "mrmarshall.sats",
"relay": "111bb15037a4665a79701edb84050b802be1b16791f4a6f03a673d2d3e23cf70i0",
}
Relays to Brandon Marshall's (first ever?) inscription website: https://www.ord.io/11633881

hellofelipe.sats

{
"p": "sns",
"op": "reg",
"name": "hellofelipe.sats",
"relay": "5225a64d069123381db15173822e6b6f924d5f4cb578bd260f82c754a20f8bf5i0",
}
Relays to Felipe Servin's fancy inscription website: https://www.ord.io/11849888