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December 16, 2019 02:34

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Dot #com sightings : #WindowGenie pops up in a parking lot

What are domain sightings? Think of them as random encounters with domain names in the real world, such as on car wraps and signs, business entrances, and other non-virtual media. If it’s a real world item with a domain name of it, it’s a domain sighting. We separate these domains “in the wild” in two […]

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FDJ.com : Another valuable LLL .com #domain has dropped!

Crazy as it sounds, FDJ.com is now the youngest three letter .com domain in the known cosmos, with a December 13, 2019 registration date. Years after all LLL .com domain permutations were registered, there are still such valuable, short .com domains that expire and drop. How is it possible, that FDJ.com, a domain actively renewed […]

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Internet Reboot Report: The year 2020 is all about .ORG #domains

It’s almost 2020 and the Internet Reboot Institute shared details directly from its latest Internet Reboot Report – a well-respected publication about the Internet, domains, and the global reboot status. The report is jam-packed with scientifically researched analysis, raw data on domain name investing, and other hand-picked information from Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and Rick Schwartz’s […]

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Let it go…let it goooo! LET.com just got sold for six figures

LET.com, an aged, single word three letter .com domain has been sold for six figures. Namerific founder, Yancy Naughton, told us that he had to “let” the domain name go. Frozen references aside, Yancy told us that the sales price was $170,000 dollars, or $150k net, after commission and escrow. The domain was acquired in […]

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Corrs.com #UDRP decision disappoints Australian law firm

An Australian law firm filed a UDRP to get the domain Corrs.com. The Complainant, Corrs Chambers Westgarth, is an Australian commercial law firm founded in 1841. It might be shocking to them that they lost the UDRP for a domain registered in 2001, but existing marks were registered in 2005. In this case, the Respondent […]

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#Apple founder, Steve Jobs, gets his #domain 8 years after death

Apple founder, Steve Jobs has been resting in peace since he passed in 2011, and now The Steve Jobs Archive LLC has secured his matching .com domain. SteveJobs.com was secured via the UDRP process that granted transfer away from its Korean registrant. The domain was registered in 1999, but it existed before and it dropped. […]

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#GhostbustersAfterlife.com : Was the #domain sold?

Sony Pictures shared the first trailer for Ghostbusters : Afterlife, the much-awaited sequel to the Ghostbusters franchise. In an “oops!” moment, they didn’t register the matching domain name, GhostbustersAfterlife.com. The registrant seems to have pranked everyone by showing a page with a blurry anus, but that display has given up the ghost. Right now, a […]

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No, #GoDaddy is not fit to become the dot #ORG Registry!

Domain Name Wire wrote a fantasy football article today, suggesting that GoDaddy should consider picking up the dot .ORG Registry, as a “white knight.” Setting that impossible scenario aside, as .ORG is not up for grabs in any kind of auction, here’s why this is a terrible idea. We already know the minimum cost of […]

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#Sedo #domain sales for the week of Dec 8, 2019 topped by OneHome.com at $70000

Sedo weekly: Top sale is that of OneHome.com at $70,000 dollars. Welcome to the latest edition of reporting on the Sedo domain sales; this time we cover the week ending on December 8, 2019. This information has been provided by Sedo.com, sponsors of DomainGang. As a side note, Sedo has rolled out its separate Expiring […]

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Epic thread about #NamePros being sold for zero dollars!

An epic thread over at NamePros, the domain name forum that never sleeps, is titled “Rob Monster bought Namepros without paying a dime.” In less than 24 hours, the ensuing discussion has ballooned into a dozen pages and thousands of pageviews, but why? Apparently, Epik founder Rob Monster, who has been controversial in the past, […]

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