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Most expensive “penis pump” domain undersold at NameJet

NameJet auctioned off the most expensive “penis pump” domain yesterday: PenisPump.com went for an underwhelming $8,410 dollars. The new owner appears to diversify in adult domain investments; for years, PenisPump.com was selling sex toys, including penis pumps, according to Screenshots.com. The penis pump market appears to be lucrative, so this domain was sold below market […]

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Religious domain names : Pricing soars, following proof of afterlife

Prices of domain names related to religion soared early Thursday, following statements that proof of afterlife’s existence has been established. Jeronymus Bosch, chief pastor of the New Tijuana Presbyterian church made the announcement yesterday: “The afterlife, not only it is in the holy scriptures, it’s also demonstrated in recent documentaries, such as ‘Flatliners 2017’ – […]

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Kevin Spacey domains becoming unpopular with cybersquatters

The ongoing scandal surrounding the disgraced actor, Kevin Spacey, has created shock waves in Hollywood. Film director, Ridley Scott, has replaced the actor in the movie “All the money in the world,” despite it being at post-production stage; the scenes with Kevin Spacey will be re-shot with legendary actor, Christopher Plummer. Meanwhile, domain investors that […]

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From the “scandal” department : Is Pheenix warehousing domains?

Domain aftermarket and auction platform, Pheenix, received a barrage of unsavory comments over at NamePros. Coming fresh from the drop of several of its satellite registrars, Pheenix appears to have angered a customer, who claims they are “warehousing customers’ expired domains.” The Pheenix customer is livid over the fact that his winning bid did not […]

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Chinese domain market report : Government seeks the full identity of China’s domainers

Chinese domain investors and common registrants alike, take notice: China’s government wants your real identity when registering domains. The world’s second largest economy has grown in strides, but socially it utilizes a flavor of “Communist Capitalism” that Westerners aren’t familiar with. And now, domain name registrations in China require the submission and verification of real […]

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