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No more #Kuwait? More of Elequa’s .KW #domain names about to drop

For several weeks now, Elequa’s Kuwaiti portfolio of domain names is being reduced, and it doesn’t seem to be a selective drop. Premium keywords, and even single letter domain names are expired, and about to be deleted, in the .KW ccTLD. The former CEO of Future Media Architects is no longer an officer with the […]

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FMA liquidation : Elequa adds almost 10,000 domains to the Uniregistry Market

Legendary domain investor, Elequa, has sent almost 10,000 domains from his aged, premium portfolio to the Uniregistry Market. Up until now, these domains were pointed to FMA.com, but now this premium LLL .com domain is up for sale as well – the minimum offer is $5,000 dollars. Future Media Architects, the portfolio manager web site […]

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Domain blast : Future Media Architects sold Impact.com

Future Media Architects has one of the most sought-after domain portfolios; the brainchild of domain investor Thunayan K. AL-Ghanim (Elequa) is top notch. Gone are the days that Elequa wouldn’t part ways with any of his premium domains. In recent months, FMA has been liquidating its 4L .com domains, particularly those that are “Chinese premium” […]

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FMA sells another chunk of “Chinese” premium domains

Future Media Architects (FMA) has been following the Chinese domain market closely. The company that once held thousands of domains, vowing “never to sell,” has been liquidating its most valuable liquid domains. During the past year and a half, FMA founder, Elequa, has been sending his “Chips” to China, as long as the price is […]

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FMA : Future Media Architects domain sales to China

The Chinese market for LLLL .com domains peaked late last year; savvy domain investment companies such as FMA (Future Media Architects) sold sizable portfolios at the time. Such sales continued throughout this year, and domain investor Elequa – founder of FMA – has been liquidating short domain names, with the Chinese buying them up. We […]

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Elequa domains : NNNN .com and LLLL .com domain list at FMA

Last month we covered the select domain portfolio of NNNN .net domains owned by Future Media Architects. The company manages the domains of popular domain investor Elequa, who has been liquidating LLL .com and NNNN .com domains with the help of Chinese domain brokers. Many domain investors are curious to know what type of gems […]

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Part 6 : More Elequa LLL .com domains make it to the Chinese market

It’s been several days that FMA.com, the web site of legendary domain investor, Thunayan K. AL-Ghanim (Elequa) is down. We aren’t sure why, but Elequa was made aware of this downtime a few days ago. Some other major web sites, such as Ibiza.com, share the same DNS and are also down. Meanwhile, the flow of […]

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Part 5 : More Elequa LLL .com domains up for sale!

It’s been a week since our last report of a nice group of Elequa’s LLL .com domains heading to the Chinese market, courtesy of Domain Name Sales. Coverage of the co-brokered massive sale now spans five chapters, and if you missed the previous four, here’s a link to our previous installment. Ibiza-bound Thunayan K. AL-Ghanim […]

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Elequa domains : The LLL .com exodus continues!

The legendary domain investor Thunayan K. AL-Ghanim (Elequa) celebrated his birthday yesterday; and what a better gift than to achieve more transactions of premium domains. We’ve been covering the recent exodus of LLL .com domains from the massive Future Media Architects portfolio, you can view Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3. Domain sales of […]

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Update: YN.com no longer a stolen domain; was returned to FMA

The premium two letter .com domain, YN.com, has been returned to its legitimate owner, Future Media Architects. As part of a cache of domains stolen at Moniker during a much-reported mass breach of accounts, YN.com was frozen at Name.com where it was transferred by Egyptian domain thieves. Currently, the process of reclaiming one’s stolen domains […]

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