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What’s new with the new gTLDs?

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I’ve recently been reviewing a number of new gTLDs to better understand the trends and which ones will potentially be of greater value than others. In my opinion, this regular practice is crucial for any investor that is wanting to gauge when is the best time to stomp down their cash and invest in an extension.

Overall, the new gTLDs have not had a spectacularly good year. The number of registrations peaked in April at just over 29.5 million but since then there has been a sharp decline to just over 23 million. To better understand what’s going on I dug into some good and bad examples of new gTLDs.

.CLUB has been the poster child of the new gTLDs and in many respects, rightly so. Backed by a solid team their focused marketing has meant they’ve built what appears to be a good solid base of registrants that are using the extension.

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Sedo Sells WMP.com for $275,000

NamePros: In 2017 we have seen many six-figure sales for three-letter .COM's. LEV.com, DCC.com and BMT.com are just three of the eleven six-figure sales that NameBio has recorded this year. The attraction of three-letter .COM's to established business...
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RIPE NCC to Hold Sixth IPv6 Focused Hackathon

CircleID: The Regional Internet Registry for Europe, the Middle East and parts of Central Asia (RIPE NCC) together with Comcast and Danish Network Operator's Group (DKNOG), are organizing the sixth IPv6 focused hackathon. The event is aimed at promoti...
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Domain Registries to Discuss Possibility of ICANN Fee Cuts in Private Meeting This Month

CircleID CircleID: Heads of 20 or more gTLD registries will meet privately this month to discuss various topics including the possibility of a reduction in ICANN fees. Kevin Murphy reporting in Domain Incite: "The Registry CEO Summit is being held in Seattle at the end of September… Jay Westerdal of Top Level Spectrum (.feedback etc) and Ray King of Top Level Design (.design etc) are organizing the event. ... 20 to 25 registry CEOs to attend. .. .CLUB Domains CEO Colin Campbell, who said he will attend, said he intends to bring proposals to the meeting around persuading ICANN to support the industry with marketing support and fee reductions."
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The Computer

Domain Flipper: The streets are being empty and the mothers until prefer that its children are inside of house due to the increase of the violence, but perceive that a thing pulls to another one. She sees well, the increase of the violence in the stre...
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Flying taxis are getting closer as Lilium raises a whopping $90M Series B Round

Morgan Linton Morgan Linton: If you thought flying taxis were just something that you saw in Back To The Future II, and, like the Hoverboard would only become a reality as part of a bizarre publicity stunt…it looks like you’d be wrong. With $90B in new capital from some pretty awesome investors like Obvious, Atomico and Tencent to name a […]

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Technicians

Domain Flipper: According to Bail (2002, P. 24) ' ' Allied to the escolaridade, it is the necessity of the appropriation to know relative to the organization of the work and production, since the repetitive and extenuantes functions are being transfer...
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Researchers Expose Over 320 Million Hashed Passwords

CircleID CircleID: A group of security researchers have succeeeded in cracking over 320 million passwords which were made public in an encrypted blacklist. CynoSure Prime, a “password research collective” reports: "Earlier this month (August 2017) Troy Hunt founder of the website Have I been pwned? released over 319 million plaintext passwords compiled from various non-hashed data breaches, in the form of SHA-1 hashes. Making this data public might allow future passwords to be cross-checked in a secure manner in the hopes of preventing password re-use, especially of those from compromised breaches which were in unhashed plaintext. ... Out of the roughly 320 million hashes, we were able to recover all but 116 of the SHA-1 hashes, a roughly 99.9999% success rate. In addition, we attempted to take it a step further and resolve as many 'nested' hashes (hashes within hashes) as possible to their ultimate plaintext forms."
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