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“At this stage, .com should be $1,000 a year to hold”

That’s right $1,000 a year. Joe Styler posted a thread on Namepros about the ICANN comment period regarding Verisign increasing prices on .com. Namepros member Keith who is an active domain investor took a contrarian approach if he was not trolling everyone. Keith left two comments An interesting take, $1,000 a year would be ridiculous […]

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Now being brokered, 20 years ago Cool.com had a lot going on

Elliot Silver mentioned yesterday that Future Media Architects  will now have it’s domain names brokered by Saw.com. One of the domain names FMA owns is Cool.com. 20 years ago Cool.com had a lot going on and a potential $38 million deal that was never accepted. ZDNet covered the story. Tim Lee hand registered the name […]

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Some domain registrants look to profit off the passing of Kobe Bryant

Sunday was a terrible day as Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna and 7 other passengers were killed in a helicopter crash. Kobe went to high school around where I live, he played at Lower Merion, High School in Ardmore, PA. I had friends who met him at the Bellevue Hotel and got autographs way back […]

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Sedo has positions available in Cologne and Boston

Sedo tweeted out today they have positions available in their Cologne and Boston offices. Want to bring your skills and talents to work for the best in the domain business? 💡🤔 Sedo has open positions in both our Boston and Cologne, Germany offices. U.S careers page: https://t.co/fOdfeFSWhLAnd for those in Europe: https://t.co/PfYVVVSOVK Happy job hunting! […]

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