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#Rams .com : Super Bowl losing team still has interest in the #domain

The Los Angeles Rams might have lost the Super Bowl to their arch-nemesis, the Patriots, but football life goes on. Operating from the domain TheRams.com, the NFL team doesn’t own its exact match .com, Rams.com. For several years, the domain Rams.com has been in the possession of Canadian domainer Adam Dicker, who was featured on […]

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#Domain devaluation : You can now buy #Rams .com for six figures!

As long as we can remember, Rams.com was listed for sale with a price of between $1,000,000 to $1.8 million dollars – in other words, seven figures. Adam Dicker’s animal domain gained notoriety after football fans looking for The Rams triggered an ESPN article about the generic qualities of domains. In that article, Dicker stated […]

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Adam Dicker’s #crypto of choice revealed

A few days ago, Adam Dicker hinted on Twitter of a cryptocurrency that’d make it big. Alt-coins, such as Ripple, have dominated the news in recent months, and despite a recent massive correction of crypto, things are back on track. It seems that Adam Dicker, who in recent months has been quiet about the domain […]

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Adam Dicker hints of upcoming #crypto ventures in new tweet

Adam Dicker, who recently made the news in an ESPN coverage about the domain Rams.com, is apparently tapping the cryptocurrency market. In a rare departure from football-related tweets, Adam Dicker hinted of something that he’s working on: “I have a the next big cryptocurrency that will skyrocket. Cost pennies at the moment. Will announce soon.” […]

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NamesCon 2017 : How much was DNForum.com sold for in the past?

During NamesCon 2017 we had the pleasure to interview the new owners of DNForum, George Verdugo (CEO) and Kevin Faler (CFO). This is the 3rd time that DNForum.com has been sold, since its formation in 2001 by then student, Dan Gessler. How much did DNForum sell for? While the price has not been disclosed due […]

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#4 in 2016: The Death of DNForum

The demise of DNForum was big news in 2016. The fourth most-read story of 2016 was my post about the death of DNForum. The domain name forum, which used to be a popular place for domain name investors to discuss and trade names, went dark without notice in February. It came back online months later, […]

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NicheWebsites.com : Has Adam Dicker sold off this domain asset?

Adam Dicker’s “niche web sites” venture closed down a while ago; the domains NicheWebsites.com and NicheWebSite.com remained live until last month. According to DomainTools, both domains were moved to Uniregistry in late October, from the previous domain registrar. Although neither domain resolves, this registrar transfer indicates a sale of domain assets has occurred, and both […]

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Adam Dicker via DNForum : “The business just failed”

Adam Dicker, owner of DNForum.com, recently relaunched the aged domain community after more than 3 months of taking it offline. Officially relaunched on June 1st, DNForum.com arrived with some functionality changes, and promises by Adam Dicker to improve the domain forum. Late last year, Adam Dicker’s Niche Websites business became the focal point of a […]

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DNForum makes its return

A long-running domain name forum is coming back. Adam Dicker’s DNForum has returned to the interwebs. The forum stopped resolving in February without notice to customers. At the time, Dicker was dealing with a number of complaints from people saying he owed them money or refunds for services they purchases. Since then, Dicker sold the […]

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DNForum : Adam Dicker plans to relaunch domain forum

DNForum, the domain name forum and domain investor community owned by Adam Dicker, went dark sometime in early February. At the time, the owner stated that DNForum.com was undergoing server upgrades. Many expected downtime to last a few days. After several weeks and months passed, DNForum remained offline. There was some speculation over whether downtime […]

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