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no-ip.com provides DNS service for DHCP addresses. You install a tiny application on your server that communicates regularly to no-ip.com and they keep the DNS updated. That's what "dynamic DNS service" means.
When I was self-hosting using no-ip.com services, I found their service very reliable for the five years or so before I moved to a hosting provider.
You might check your ISP's terms of service and reputation as regards self-hosting.
In the States, most consumer ISPs forbid self-hosting. Many of them won't bother you if you don't cause them bandwidth trouble (that is, don't get yourself noticed). Others are actively hostile and may actually block ports, such as port 80, commonly used for hosting unless you have a business-level account.