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Chinese registrant wanted $30,000 dollars for BBB ccTLD

The Chinese registrant of BBB.cc sought to get $30,000 dollars from BBB Cycling, a Dutch company. The latter, filed a UDRP in order to get the domain: “The Complainant is a worldwide leader in selling high quality cycling products, with more than 1,500 products across more than 40 different product categories sold in 48 countries. […]

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Rolf Larsen of dot .Global : Drop the “Domain Name Drama”

Rolf Larsen, founder and CEO of dot .Global, took to LinkedIn to share his thoughts on the fallout from a recent decision by Uniregistry to raise prices for 16 of its gTLDs. Despite titling his op-piece as “Domain Name Drama,” Larsen takes a balanced approach to analyzing the events: “I think the frustration and criticism […]

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Twitter4Ever : Which is Rick Schwartz’s first domain name?

It’s official: Rick Schwartz will stay on Twitter for now, with no plans to return to active blogging soon, if ever. Despite what the majority of the Domain King®’s fans wished for, Rick’s commitment to Twitter – a medium that he took to actively since November – seems rather solid. Recent domain acquisitions, such as […]

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Domain sales : Does it help if your avatar looks hot?

Many accounts on domain forums make use of an attractive avatar, preferably female and non-identifiable. There’s a reason for that, it seems. It’s one thing if you use a known celebrity, such as Angelina Jolie, or Leonardo Di Caprio, to project both beauty and strength. It’s another, to fully indicate that you are that other […]

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Jason Calacanis : Twitter is a beautiful disaster

Angel investor, Jason Calacanis, is more known to the domain investor community for his ownership of 20.com. Calacanis sought advice on NamePros to broker the domain name; his price range exceeds $3.4 million dollars, which was an offer he turned down in the past. Now, Calacanis is addressing Twitter as a “beautiful disaster” due to […]

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Harow.com UDRP : Future Media Architects wins it at the WIPO

The UDRP against Harow.com, a domain owned by Future Media Architects, was decided at the WIPO. Registered in 2004, the domain was challenged by French company Harow of Paris. They operate from Harow.fr. Complainant is a French design studio that has registered a figurative mark as seen below: Surprisingly, Future Media Architects did not respond […]

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