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September 25, 2017 13:30

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GoDaddy Auctions is removing some domains listed for sale in your account

A reader sent in the following email they received from GoDaddy. Apparently certain new gtld extensions cannot be made for sale on the auction platform at GoDaddy. All the strings removed belong to Uniregistry. Dear Sir or Madam: Due to a backend change on our end, your domain listings for any domain ending in the […]

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Domain inquiries could drop next month. Blame SSL.

Start filling out a form on for sale landers and you’ll see a “not secure” message. Yesterday I wrote about how landing page companies are adding SSL support for domains on their platforms in order to meet Google’s deadline next month. Starting next month, domain names with any sort of user submission form that don’t […]

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Median sales price at Uniregistry stays steady as sales grow

Median price has dropped slightly so far this year. Uniregistry issued a release this morning with sales data from the first eight months of 2017. The total number of sales increased 24% to 3,617. The total value was $29 million (up from $25 million), or an average of $8,017 per domain. The release noted that […]

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Uniregistry: sales prices down for “first time ever”

Uniregistry today said that it sold $29 million of domain names through its Uniregistry Market platform so far this year. But the company said that average sales prices dipped for the “first time ever” over the period. The 3,617 names it sold in the first eight months of the year went for on average $8,017 […]

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Uniregistry has sold 3617 domains totaling more than 29,000,000 USD in the first 8 months of 2017

Uniregistry put out a press release that breaks down the first 8 months of 2017. The company is having a solid year with over $29 million in sales on their marketplace. The number of transactions increased by more than 24% over the same time period in 2016. Average sale prices since 2011 have seen steady […]

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Frank Schilling’s laptop photo leaked sensitive info about Topcoin ICO

Frank Schilling attended Web Hosting Days – USA – in Las Vegas last week, and naturally, posed for a photo op with other participants. The Uniregistry founder smiled at the camera multiple times, and in one instance shared the stage with domain industry professionals, Aaron Pace and Raymond King. In that photo, Frank’s laptop is […]

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GoDaddy’s reason for dumping Uniregistry doesn’t make a lot of sense

GoDaddy, as you may have read, has again decided to dump Uniregistry’s portfolio of TLDs, following wholesale price increases. But its explanation for the move — trying to provide its customers with a “great product experience” — doesn’t seem to tally with the way it has gone about implementing the change. The company confirmed this […]

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GoDaddy drops Uniregistry again

This time it appears to be permanent. Earlier today I recorded a podcast with Frank Schilling that will air Monday morning. During the recording, Schilling informed me that GoDaddy will stop offering Uniregistry top level domain names. This isn’t the first time GoDaddy has dropped Uniregistry names, but it seems they now have put a […]

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How to link your Domain Name Sales account to the Uniregistry Market

I’ve been using Domain Name Sales for years and with the release of Uniregistry Market somehow I missed the fact that you can actually connect the two. I stumbled across this when I was looking at Uniregistry’s You Tube channel and found a video walking users through the process. Here’s the video: It’s a pretty […]

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Domain transfers past expiration : It won’t work with eNom!

In a recent article about domain transfers past expiration, we came to the conclusion that they are feasible. Most domain registrars these days take a non-aggressive stance to losing customers, in hopes that overall they’ll attract more. Unfortunately, that’s not the case with eNom and its antiquated back-end interface, so an update is due on […]

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