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Is the ADNL address supposed to be private data?

I was looking at some information on the network as a validator, and came across the ADNL address information. What is it, and is it supposed to be private data?

ADNL example


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Posted 11 months ago
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Any node in the TON network has its own ADNL address. It's like IP addresses on the Internet; they are public keys for the network to utilize. It's more like personal information.

You can read more here:

https://ton.org/docs/learn/networking/adnl#:~:text=An%20ADNL%20Address%20is%20essentially,intended%20for%20the%20recipient%20address

  
  
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