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The Silence Breakers : TIME’s “person of the year” #domain

TIME magazine has announced its person of the year for 2017: The Silence Breakers. That’s the name given by TIME to the group of people that came forward to share their stories of being exposed to sexual misconduct and abuse. In doing so, TIME wants to cast more light to these men and women: “These […]

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Do a 380 : James Booth performs a pair of major #domain transactions

Domain broker, James Booth, lives currently Down Under; the British expat and founder of BDQN.com likes to work hard and party hard. Skydiving is risky, especially when there are two major domain transactions to be completed. Still, James Booth pulled everything off nicely, including the tandem jump. So what are the two major transactions James […]

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Amazon’s #GuardDuty launched with no matching .com; #Sedo to claim #domain sale

When you’re as huge as Amazon is, it’s all about your brand; GuardDuty is one of the latest products in the highly profitable AWS range. It’s no secret that Amazon is making the bulk of its money from AWS, its successful galaxy of cloud services. The market place is competing against mega-retailer Wal-Mart, driving prices […]

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#Bitcoin users: Ten thousand dollars per BTC? This guy was right!

Bitcoin crossed the $10,000 dollar threshold today. The most popular cryptocurrency in the world, has appreciated more than 1,000% in 2017. Whether you buy Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies, or invest in domain names that are related to crypto, you probably fall into one of several categories of Bitcoin users. In a hilarious video, created by […]

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NamesCon 2018 : Tropicana Las Vegas offers a Cyber Monday $39 special rate!

NamesCon 2018 is coming up in January, and the Cyber Monday deals are getting bigger. Not only is NamesCon offering 50% off its regular ticket price today only, Tropicana Las Vegas – the conference’s venue – is dropping room prices to as low as $39 dollars per night. According to an email we received from […]

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Cyber Monday : Your last chance to get 50% off the NamesCon 2018 ticket!

Tomorrow it’s Cyber Monday, and whether you shop for electronics or domains, it’s the final day for NamesCon 2018 discounts. Get a hefty 50% off the ticket for the biggest domain industry event of the year! With the savings, you can upgrade your flight to Las Vegas to business class, or at least, buy an […]

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Sedo gems: The worst domain name ever auctioned – in your life!

There are domains, and there are sucky domains. To find out if your domains are real turkeys, check out our Thanksgiving special. Something tells us that no matter how bad is your domain, it’s still not the worst domain ever auctioned. That title goes to a domain placed for sale at Sedo, which is strange, […]

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Corporate domains : 01.org is a two-digit domain owned by Intel corporation

Tech giant, Intel, acquired the two digit domain, 01.org, a few years ago. According to Namebio, Intel paid $25,000 dollars in 2011 to get 01.org, a domain signifying the basis of all things digital: zero and one. What is 01.org being used for? Here’s what Intel says: 01.org is where we pull together open source […]

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One reason why Black Friday and Cyber Monday are great for Domainers

Years ago I was talking with a friend of mine who has a lot more domains than me and he mentioned that taking advantage of Black Friday/Cyber Monday had been a game-changer for his business. While this might seem painfully obvious (it was to me the second after I heard it) if a handful of […]

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HyphBot : Ad scam used 34,000 domains to reap $500,000 dollars daily

A sophisticated scam involving 34,000 domains reaped up to $500,000 dollars in advertiser’s traffic, a day! Bot traffic driven by cybercriminals created more than a million URLs, in an attempt to fool advertisers into buying ad traffic that supposedly originated from big publishers. This technique is called “domain spoofing,” and the bot traffic was then […]

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