More .CA Summer Sales and Aug 3 TBR

DomainReport.ca Back at the August 3 .ca TBR, a total of 159 domains were caught.  The bigger story around that time was all the .ca domain sales reported by Uniregistry. The following sales came to light in the late July / early August period.  I've also listed how some of these domains are being used now. CarLoan.ca  -  $36,000  - sold at Uniregistry (a loan website for car loans, go figure!
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.CA Domain Sales and Catching up from July TBR

DomainReport.ca My last post was back in July, what can I say it's been a very busy summer and early fall!  I did manage to save some of the TBR results since that time and will post the ones I have until I'm caught up again. First, there were some great .ca domain sales reported back in July from Uniregistry. Eau.ca  -  $25,000  -  sold at Uniregistry (Eau is the french word for Water)
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Google publishes their TLD registry software: Nomulus

Google announced this morning that they are releasing their TLD registry platform, Nomulus, which is written in Java, under an Apache 2.0 license. The company uses the software to run their own registry for their TLDs. Portfolio TLD applicant Donuts has partnered with Google and contributed to the source code – they will also be […]
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Imagine shortening your website address from 19 to 2 characters

Now that .BANK has released their premium domain names, banks can!

EnCirca is now accepting real-time registrations for 1- and 2-character .BANK domain names. Here are a few we have already registered….

EXISTING DOMAIN -> JUST REGISTERED

MOUNTAINPACIFICBANK.COM -> MP.BANK ANDOVERBANKOHIO.COM -> AB.BANK BANKERSBANKUSA.COM -> BB.BANK JDBANK.COM -> JD.BANK EFIRSTBANKUSA.COM -> FB.BANK BANKNORTHSHORE.COM -> NS.BANK [...]

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Selling a Project with $3K per Month

One of the projects I’ve been working on for past few months is vi.sualize.us – an old photography and pictures sharing community website. The website used to be quite popular back in 2010-2012, but due to near criminal neglect, lack of updates, and the emergence and meteoric growth of Pinterest, it has seen a consistent drop; from…
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YouTube Red

I signed up for YouTube Red this week, and I recommend you give it a try (they offer a free 1 month trial). But, that is not why I am writing this posting. Before I get to my main point, though, here’s some quick info: YouTube Red is a premium version of Youtube which costs… Read More »
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