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Domain Name Wire: Tucows suggests alternative methods of transferring domain names. Enom’s parent company Tucows (NASDAQ: TCX) has filed its first response to a lawsuit brought by Namecheap last month. Namecheap, an Enom reseller, wants Tucows to bulk transfer four million domain names registered to Namecheap customers that use the Enom platform. The company wants Tucows to transfer […]
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Whats Your Name: You won’t want to miss an awesome deal on .US domains which will only be available during this week’s Bottoms Rupp Happy Hour. Join us this Thursday, Sept. 28 from 3 to 5 p.m. MDT (9 to 11 p.m. UTC) to register .US domains for $1.99 each during our Bottoms Rupp Happy Hour sale. This sale does […]
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OnlineDomain.com: Mike Mann reported selling 7 domain names in July for a total of $124,188. Mike had 5 5-figure sales and another 1 sale very close to $10k. Highest reported sale was NorthLife.com that sold for $32,500. The domain name was bought by North Life Sciences and has been developed. NorthLife is a privately owned pharmaceutical company …
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Mike Mann sells 13 domains in May (WashingtonJournal.com $75,000)
Mike Mann sells 13 domains in June (Komorebi .com, Hybrid .co)
Mike Mann sells 13 domains in July for $214,716 (10 sales for 5 figures)
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Chad Folkening has been in the domain business for over two decades. Here’s what he thinks. Chad Folkening has been a domain investor for over 20 years. On this week’s show he discusses what he sees happening in the domain industry, how he thinks we can get more liquidity for domains, and how his company […]
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NamePros: What are the top five most popular alternative extensions to .COM? To find out the answer to this question, we have taken data from almost six thousand companies that received funding in between January 1st and June 30th, 2017. This was an easy process thanks to a Crunchbase Pro license. As you might expect, .COM is the most popular extension by far, with 77% of the companies we looked at were using .COM domains. But what if acquiring the perfect .COM is out of the question? Which domain...
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The Frager Factor: Chatbot lets you sue Equifax for up to $25,000 without a lawyer; The world is running out of domain names—what will we do when they’re gone; First paralyzed human regains his upper body movement after being treated with stem cells; Jamie Dimon declares Bitcoin Is a 'Fraud’- drives price down that buys up cheap the bottom feeder that he is; BlueBorne Bluetooth Attack Puts 5 Billion Devices at
My opinion hasn’t changed and here’s why. I’ve had a few people email to ask what I think about emoji domain names as an investment, especially after domain investor Gregg Ostrick paid $11,201 for ☯.com (Punycode: xn--w4h.com). My answer hasn’t changed since I wrote about this back in May: people are flushing money down the […]
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Domain Shane: A comprehensive look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the auction list posted on September 24, 2017.
If there is an asterisk (*) next to a price, it means that the name was at auction from a private seller (rather than an expiring name) and may have had a reserve. I’m only showing where the price was when the auction ended, but the name may not have sold if a reserve was in place.
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DataFarm.com Closing today and getting a great price
Padio.com The perfect name for resale. Eventually something will be named this
Nice.cc It really is
At $360 with a day left
Top 10 Namejet sales for yesterday as listed on Namebio.
DomainIncite: Chinese registrars have started to carry .xyz domains again, about five months after a Chinese government ban. West.cn and Net.cn are two of the China-based companies that appear to be selling .xyz names at the yuan equivalent of a US dollar, based on a spot check this morning. West.cn flagged the “restoration” of service on […]
dotWeekly: Welcome, this is Domain Movers! We keep track of company focused domain name transactions and report these findings to you. These early detection’s often highlight new brands, products, services, future marketing efforts, domain upgrades and much more.
Here is a very small sampling of some recent domain movements:
GoPro, Inc. is moving domain names to NetNames (part of CSC) out of GoDaddy. HeroCamera.com, GoProCamera.com and about 18 others made the move. GoPro.com, the companies main domain name moved … Read the rest
Company Domain Movers: Tile.com, Autocall.com + MoreJamie Zoch
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