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With Almost 10% Of New gTLD Registrations In Upcoming Delete Status; The Peak Of 28.8M May Stand Until .Web

According to ntldstats.com almost 10% of all registered new gTLD domain names are in upcoming delete status; meaning for at least a while new G’s domain name may have peaked out. On  March 24, 2017 the number of new gTLD domain registrations sat at 28,854,146. As of yesterday the number is 28,818,819. However the number […]

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So $1,999 for 83.com anyone ?

With the help of Josh (legendaryJP) we confirmed that Diana Pitcher did sell DWN.com for 2,999 Euros, this was the suggested price she received when adding her name to Sedo. Domain investors know to skip these suggestions, some use them for comic fodder. But there are real consequences for the rest of the public who […]

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Did Sedo lead the seller of DWN.com to price it so low ?

So after all the conversation about DWN.com yesterday, it looks like the buyer has moved to privacy this morning. DomainIQ.com is no longer showing a record for the name, not sure why. No portfolio information is available for this domain The domain may have been recently registered, or sufficient WHOIS details may not be available […]

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Are you a domain hooker, or a domain call girl?

Things are getting quite spicy on Twitter, where Rick Schwartz made a colorful analogy earlier today. In an attempt to emphasize that it all depends on how you sell something, not what you’re selling, the Domain King® stated: “The difference between a $50 hooker and a $5000 call girl may be THE ASKING PRICE!! Same […]

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Domain theft : Should you wait to report your domain got stolen?

Domain theft is a serious crime. Investors losing domains to cybercriminals in elaborate hacking incidents or phishing attacks, have a narrow window of opportunity to respond. In the past, we’ve covered cases where domain names were identified as stolen weeks and months after the incident. Typically, the delay is due to the owner’s lack of […]

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