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dripnet.com

Drip Net: A technical name to catch even the smallest fragments of things. Keywords:  nets, websites, online, digital, cyber, sports, drips, drops, dots, specks, flecks

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mightycyber.com

Mighty Cyber: A technical name to stand up to the wilds of the internet. Keywords:  websites, online, digital, cyber, internet, links, dotcom, browsers, mighty, strong, potent, powerful

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stashcart.com

Stash Cart: A name that evokes shopping, sales, and deliveries. Keywords:  cart, stash, shopping, sales, deliveries, shipping, online, retail, finance, ecommerce, groceries, food

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litdex.com

This simple name suggests professionalism and sophistication. Keywords:  index, literacy, data, internet, professionalism, consulting, advertising, marketing, data, management, advice, energy

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resultbunny.com

Result Bunny: A cute name that implies growth, improvement, and energy. Keywords:  result, bunny, cute, planning, organization, growth, improvement, energy, collaboration, consulting, sales, surveys

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kynet.com

This simple name suggests professionalism and technology. Keywords:  internet, net, data, software, technology, development, research, encryption, security, investment, web, design

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deckstack.com

Deck Stack: Build things up with this high energy name. Keywords:  decks, patios, presentations, outdoors, software, stacks, heaps, mounds, piles, towers, databases

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primaryledger.com

Primary Ledger: A name that suggests data management, accounting, and record keeping. Keywords:  ledger, primary, accounting, tracking, record, keeping, data, management, storage, filing, blockchain, crypto

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spanzia.com

A smart, European-flavored name that builds on the word ‘span’. Keywords:  scope, extent, range, breadth, width, reach, sweep, purview, span, horizon, opportunity, freedom

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“Just give up!” ICANN tells its most stubborn new gTLD applicant

ICANN has urged the company that wants to run .internet as new gTLD to just give up and go away. The India-based company, Nameshop, actually applied for .idn — to stand for “internationalized domain name” — back in the 2012 application round. It failed the Geographic Names Review portion of the application process because IDN […]

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