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Part I: Who Pays When .Org Prices Rise?

CircleID: When .org prices rise, who suffers — nonprofits or speculators? Will Ethos Capital raise prices more aggressively than ISOC would? Vint Cerf attributed concerns about higher prices to speculators: "Of course, companies that hold doma...
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SaveDotOrg to protest outside ICANN HQ. #lol

DomainIncite: Good grief. Just when you thought the outrage over .org manager Public Interest Registry’s imminent sale to Ethos Capital couldn’t get any weirder, the #SaveDotOrg campaign has announced that it is going to physically protest...
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Will Chinese IDN domains become widely used?

Domain Name Wire: So far, Chinese IDN top level domains have struggled. Just a few days ago the Internet Society of China announced the formation of a working group to promote the use of Chinese domains. Is it the trigger we need to see Chinese IDN (I...
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Results.com Acquired via Sedo for $264,000

Domain Investing: Another large sale will be added to the 2019 domain name sales reports at DNJournal and NameBio. Results.com was sold for $264,000 in December of 2019. The domain name was brokered by Sedo Senior Broker Dave Evanson, and although Dav...
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Save Dot Org Campaign to Picket ICANN HQ

InternetNews.me: One of the campaigns that has been working against the sale of PIR and the .org registry under the “Save dot Org” moniker is planning to picket ICANN’s headquarters in LA. Save Dot Org are planning on picketing the L...
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Domain Investing is Hard Work

Domain Investing: I saw a thread on NamePros from someone who seems to have had enough with investing in domain names: I Give Up! I am DONE!!! There were quite a few words of encouragement shared with the thread starter, and several people offere...
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AUCTION RECAP OF JANUARY 15, 2020

Domain Shane: A look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the domain auction list posted on January 15, 2020. If there is an asterisk (*) next to a price, it means that the name was at auction from a private seller (rather th...
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