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Unexplored #domain : Why Divyank Turakhia wants to invest in the Faroe Islands

The Faroe Islands is a self-governing archipelago, part of Denmark. It’s made of 18 rocky, volcanic islands between Iceland and Norway in the North Atlantic. The country code for the Faroe Islands is dot .FO and self-made multi-millionaire, Divyank Turakhia wants to invest in the local domain. The Indian domain industry tycoon flew to the […]

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Crappy Registrar loses #domains during power outage! What’s the alternative?

Are your domain names safe? Not if you use Crappy Registrar. The company’s web site was still offline early Monday morning, a full 48 hours after a complete power loss at the facility sent domain names into oblivion mode. No power means no access to domain names registered with the company, and customers are furious. […]

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Free reverse domain #WHOIS service from #DomainTools reverses #GDPR damage

DomainTools announced its free reverse domain WHOIS today, called Iris Mirror. ™ The service is available to everyone, even those without a credit card, and it’s quite revolutionary, according to those of us who beta-tested it for the past six and a half weeks. “Iris Mirror ™ is the next step in digital data digestion, […]

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#Domainer Soccer Club launches! Join now, it’s free

Jeff Sass of dot .CLUB announced the immediate launch of Domainer Soccer Club, to coincide with the FIFA World Cup 2018 fever. The .CLUB executive shared the following information on the new venture: “For a full month, we are going to be very busy with soccer, or football as Euros call it. Instead of eating […]

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#Amazon Echo registered 1000 domains after #Alexa malfunctioned

An Amazon Echo owner received a hefty bill from Uniregistry, after the popular voice-activated gadget went on a domain registration rampage. Shocked? So are we. Apparently, Amazon’s Alexa registered 1,000 domain names, without the Echo’s owner intending to. Bob Smith, the unsuspecting domainer, owns 2 cats by the name of Damien and Regis. On Friday […]

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The #Domain King and the #Royal Wedding

Thousands of on-site spectators and millions of others via television witnessed today’s Royal Wedding. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were united in holy matrimony, at the St George’s Chapel. Dozens of celebrities attended the Royal Wedding, but one domain celebrity was sorely missing: The Domain King. Rick Schwartz politely declined the invitation to attend the […]

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#GDPR now 3rd least popular word, after “Nazi” and “Mother-in-law”

GDPR is about to invade the United States, crossing over from Europe, on May 25th. The far-reaching legal concoction devised by Euro bureaucrats, has strict demands and penalties for anyone that dares mess with European data. According to the latest research on popularity, “GDPR” now comes in third after “Nazi” and “Mother-in-law” as least popular […]

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#Domainers arrested at #Starbucks for wi-fi abuse over #WHOIS

Two domain investors were arrested at a Miami Starbucks over the weekend, after they allegedly abused the cafe’s wi-fi. Bob and Jack Arkautras, twin brothers from Lithuania, sat at the Starbucks for seventeen hours on Friday, and another fourteen on Saturday, using its wireless Internet resources at full peak. “Those gentlemen were clearly abusing our […]

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#Domainer releases “proof of sale” document for $20 dollar #domain flip

An expert domainer, who hand-registers domains and turns them into sizable sales of double that amount, has released “proof of sale” for his latest domain flip. Challenged by another domainer on the popular domain forum, NamePros, user flipz4domainz shared the document with the demanding crowd. “Proof it that u got to sale that domain for […]

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#Kenya prepares for new #ccTLD addition to its #domains

Kenya is getting ready to introduce a new top level domain to its existing ccTLD range, after a series of seismic activities are splitting the African nation. Due to intense tectonic activity, Kenya is being split apart into an east and west direction. While the full split will complete in about 50 million years, Kenyan […]

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