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Kickstarter launches Patreon rival on .RIP domain hack

They’re deadly serious. Crowdfunding service Kickstarter has relaunched its Drip subscriptions service on a .rip domain. It’s a domain hack using a single-character domain: d.rip. It’s actually a case of a migration away from a .com domain, which is not something you see every day from a major online brand. Drip was acquired by Kickstarter […]
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What domains Domino’s, Mattress Firm and others bought this week

Domino’s gets a Spanish domain name, Mattress Firm buys a nice descriptive domain name and more. A couple large companies bought domain names on Sedo over the past week, but their purchases weren’t the biggest. The top sale was Mommy.com for $100,000. But as I ask below, is this an end user sale? Should it […]

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CentralNic sells $3.4 million of domain names

Company comes through on its promise to bolster numbers by selling domain name inventory. CentralNic (London AIM:CNIC) has sold $3.4 million of domain names from its domain inventory, the company revealed today. The deal doesn’t come as a big surprise. The company sold £3.555 million of domain names to one buyer in the second half […]

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Endurance writes off $13.8 million in domain name value

Company that acquired BuyDomains in 2014 just wrote off $13.8 million in domain value. Endurance International Group has written off $13.8 million of value from domain names it acquired in 2014. The company made the disclosure in its most recent quarterly filing with the SEC: During the three and nine months ended September 30, 2017, […]

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15 end user domain name sales

A screencasting company, film producer and Irish dance school bought domain names last week. This week’s end user sales list has a couple of solid five-figure sales, including an agricultural chemicals firm that has been using the domain Infofilcc.com paying $25k to buy Indofil.com. I also like the descriptive domains BusSchedules.com (bought by a new […]

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That’s a big hit on a great name

Most of the time it’s safe to assume that you will only take a small haircut if you need to sell a truly solid .com name. But this past week the owner of NaturalBeauty.com took a big haircut. The name acquired on NameJet in 2008 for $64,900 sold on 10/26 for $9,999 at Sedo. Namebio […]
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Friday fun : The dot .com frenzy is far from over

Dominic Frisby is MoneyWeek’s commentator on gold and commodities, and a private investor, focusing on junior mining companies. In an article about domain names, titled “The dotcom frenzy is far from over,” Frisby is challenging investors to “Spot the next big trend, nab the “.com” first and you could make millions for just $10.” It’s […]

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