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Elon Musk tweets about domains

Elon Musk tweeted yesterday once again about domain names. The tweet has a link to x.com and an image that shows how much someone hurts when the domain name they bought for a side project (that never launched) is up for renewal. Spoiler: it hurts a lot...
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Rick Schwartz’s 7 lessons in domaining

Rick Schwartz has been tweeting non-stop in the past few days providing very important tips and lessons about domain names. Here are Rick Schwartz’s 7 lessons in domaining so far: Lesson 1: If you give a price, YOU LOSE!! Lesson 2: If you give a ...
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Epik update on Afternic fast transfer status

See below Epik’s update on Afternic fast transfer status after GoDaddy terminated the Afternic/Epik partnership. Today is the day the agreement was set by GoDaddy to terminate. Regarding Afternic Faster Transfer and Epik’s Commitment to Protectin...
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Stats about the .blog New gTLD extension

The .blog registry, Knock Knock WHOIS There, shared some stats about the quality of the New gTLD extension. Knock Knock WHOIS There, LLC is a subsidiary of Automattic, the parent company of WordPress.com and Jetpack. It was created in 2015 to manage th...
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GoDaddy fail

I won a domain at GoDaddy auction on the 1st of January 2021. I tried to pay for it. Here is all I tried so I could pay and failed: I tried to pay using the firefox browser on my PC. Clicking to pay for the domain or clicking on my cart left me with &#...
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Donuts completes the Afilias acquisition

Donuts Inc. announced that it has completed its acquisition of Afilias, Inc. The announcement came after ICANN approved the change of control of Afilias. “Now under one corporate structure, the two companies will continue to operate securely and ...
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The NamesCon 2021 domain name auction is now live

The NamesCon domain name auction is now live at GoDaddy Auctions. You can use the drop down on the popular searches to navigate to the “NamesCon 2021 Auction” listings. At the time of writing there were 30 domains in the auction. There are more names b...
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