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April 26, 2019 00:13

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Lose every battle, but win the war : Constantine Roussos is ready for some dot #Music

After a decade of supporting the music industry’s unique requirements for brand identity, Constantine Roussos can claim that he has finally won the war. In the process, the Greek-Cypriot entrepreneur lost every battle – or so it seemed to the outsiders. Roussos kept hammering, moving forward despite all the challenges that appeared along the way. […]

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The Rise of #Skywalker : Dot .com #domain gets squatted as soon as new Star Wars trailer is released

A new trailer for the next Star Wars movie revealed the full name: Star Wars – The Rise of Skywalker. Within hours, the domain name TheRiseOfSkywalker.com was registered, not by the movie mogul Lucasfilm LTD, which is owned by Disney. The domain is currently at GoDaddy, and the .net and .org have been registered without […]

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#Asheville tourism office declares Rick Schwartz its VIP #domain Ambassador

The Asheville Convention and Visitors Bureau is grateful to the Domain King, Rick Schwartz. Rick’s recent announcement of a new, amazing domain meetup in the microbrew capital of NC has created quite the impression to the local tourism office. On Saturday morning, Rick Schwartz was officially declared the VIP Ambassador of Asheville, in the state […]

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#Evergreen : Latest newsletter shares list of premium brokered #domains

Evergreen.com posted the latest issue of its domain-focused newsletter, covering the active brokerage of several premium, high value domain names. Topping the lot is Cybersecurity.com, which is being brokered for a minimum of $5 million dollars. Indeed, it’s a great domain name. Other domains include the following: Themes.com for $825k – reduced price Documentation.com for […]

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#Spamhaus March 2019 update : The 10 most abused #TLDs

Every month, SpamHaus releases a list of the most abused TLDs. It then calculates an index, based on the percentage of abusive domains in a given TLD, ccTLD or gTLD. In other words, it’s not the absolute number of “bad domains” but the ratio that determines how bad a TLD is. How does SpamHaus calculate […]

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Is Michael Cohen a “fake witness” ? The #Domain King believes so!

Michael Cohen gave testimony with a political impact, about his former client, president Donald Trump. There is no doubt that the disgraced former lawyer lacks ethics and has lied in the past, but at which point did he start telling the truth? Facing jail time, Michael Cohen was dismissed by several conservative news outlets as […]

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These #domainers do not exist : #Nvidia AI system creates life-like #human faces

You think you know all domain investors, also referred to as “domainers,” by attending various domain conferences? Think again. An Nvidia AI system trained to create life-like human faces is generating remarkably realistic images of men and women – both adult and children. In reality, these persons do not exist. The web site ThisPersonDoesNotExist.com is […]

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#Sedo Cologne Carnival : Photos from the corporate party!

It’s carnival time in most of Europe, and particularly in Germany where Sedo is headquartered. Celebrated at the beginning of March, southern Germany’s Fasching Carnival is known for having a dark side that dates back to medieval times. It complements the traditional Karneval that takes place before the forty day long Lent. Sedo sent us […]

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Alex Stamos on #domain WHOIS and Michael Cohen : European push for #GDPR enables criminal activity

Security expert, Alex Stamos, worked for Yahoo! and Facebook at managerial positions; he’s currently at Stanford as an Adjunct Professor at Stanford’s Freeman-Spogli Institute. Under the light of Michael Cohen’s testimony at the Congress, Mr. Stamos pointed out that the domain ShouldTrumpRun.com was under the control of a “Michael Cohen” with a NYC address in […]

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Shorter isn’t better: Weight Watchers sees revenue fall after switch to WW .com #domain name

Weight Watchers rebranded itself as “WW” last October, just three months after acquiring the premium two letter domain name, WW.com. Switching to shorter names can be a benefit for businesses, particularly in China. In the case of Weight Watchers, this domain rebranding actually hurt revenue. According to a new report published by The Financial Times, […]

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