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In the latest Domain Pulse Q&A, we talk to Karn Jajoo, Head of Premium Portfolio at Radix, the registry behind successful new domain extensions such as .TECH, .STORE, .ONLINE, .SPACE and .SITE. Radix is one of the world’s largest nTLD portfolio registries with [...] Continue reading
Name vs. Name is back for a 3rd round - one pitting a ccTLD against a non .com gTLD. Both have great keywords and sold for over 16K. Which would you take? [...] Continue reading
You know what they say, April showers bring May promo codes that can help you save on .com and .net renewals all month long. Use the code CILANTRO May 1 through 31, 2019 to renew your .com domains for $10.99 and .net domains for $12.99. This promo code does not apply to new registrations. Why [...] Continue reading
Sedo released their weekly sales and Seereisen.de led the way at 59,500 Euros ($66,729). The top .com was CasinoEngine.com at $40,000. Another gaming name Slot777.com sold for 28,500 GBP, ($37,155). 55 .com sales 25 cctld sales 8 other tld sales Domain name Price Currency .COMs casinoengine.com 40,000 USD slot777.com 28,500 GBP bjjx.com 11,800 [...] Continue reading
The Canadian government released a statement saying "Facebook committed serious contraventions of Canadian privacy laws and failed to take responsibility for protecting the personal information of Canadians." Following Facebook's Cambridge Analytica scandal last year and despite its public acknowledgment of a "major breach of trust," Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada says Facebook disputes [...] Continue reading
Close, a company that had been operating on Close.io, recently announced that it acquired the brand match Close.com domain name. The purchase price and other details about the acquisition were not shared, but I think closing a deal on Close.com was a smart move for the company that is now known simply as Close. This [...] Continue reading
A report broke today revealing hackers have successfully breached a German internet infrastructure firm that provides services to several large companies, including Ericsson, Leica, Toshiba, UniCredit, British Telecom, Hugo Boss, NH Hotel Group, Oracle, Airbus, Porsche, and Volkswagen. Motherboard's Joseph Cox reports: "Citycomp, the impacted Germany-based firm, provides servers, storage, and other computer equipment to [...] Continue reading