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According to the forexmagnates.com, the domain name Invest.com has been sold for more than $5 Million dollars to the VC firm Singulariteam headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel and will be used for a Forex trading site. Singulariteam, is described as being a “super angel investor”, and Moshe Hogeg’s, its Managing Partner & Chairman, is also known [...] Continue reading
“The week in domains” summarizes the domain name industry news on a weekly basis. Not enough time to check all the news on all the blogs? This is what you want to read. Updated throughout the week/days. Domain Name Sales TLD Investors: Daily Sales Recap 11-30-14 NetDesk.com closes at $9,400 on Go Daddy Auctions [...] Continue reading
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Reserve Met and Will Sell Chains.net – Yes, .net domains have been hammered…….but Chains.net for only a buck? And, yes, reserve met. SAT.info - College prep classes are big bucks. MortgageBroker.org – The extension doesn’t fit the domain perfectly, but the price is under $500 for this 15 year old domain and the CPC [...] Continue reading
Our November poll question was, How Many New gTLDs Have you registered in 2014 ? We had 200 votes exactly and the most popular answer was zero. 78 out of the 200 responses stated they have registered no new gtlds in 2014. Of course this is not a huge sample size but it was still [...] Continue reading
Greetings and salutations, my domainer sisters and brothers – this is Father Domanicus returning after a short hiatus from the festivities of Thanksgiving. Let me tell you, what a glorious day it is here in the sunny state of Florida, the headquarters of our Domain Church. The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and [...] Continue reading
A week ago I was discussing the alternative of a European Internet root with an ex-ICANN Board member. The idea that I like to develop in these discussions is to offer end-users a modern and cheaper naming system. Note that it does not mean that the ICANN root is a bad one, it means that [...] Continue reading