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Uniregistry emails registrants about price increase

Uniregistry has been emailing domain registrants about the upcoming price increase for 16 of its 26 gTLDs. The notification email is tailored to one’s domain portfolio, and lists the specific gTLDs, the number of affected domains, and the price change. Here is a sample of the email notification from Uniregistry (domain numbers removed): The official […]

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RIP Dmoz : 1998 – 2017

Dmoz officially shut down today, stealing the thunder of St. Patrick’s Day. The resource index was owned by AOL, but constructed and maintained by a community of volunteer editors. Dmoz.org and the community that maintained it, were also known as the Open Directory Project (ODP). Its long history started in 1998, and by 1999 Dmoz […]

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Zions Bank lost UDRP brought against the domain ZionVPN.com

Banking giant, Zions Bank, has won 27 UDRP filings against infringing domains; it lost one against the domain ZionVPN.com. The Respondent in this UDRP at the WIPO, is a “John Mike” of Karachi, Pakistan – which might or might not be a pseudonym. The domain was registered in January, and apparently Zions Bank monitors new […]

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Big in China? Dot .Loan claims 1.5 million domain registrations

Famous Four Media announced that its dot .Loan gTLD recently crossed the 1.5 million domain registration milestone. FFM said in a press release: “Famous Four Media, one of the world’s leading domain registry operators, is delighted to announce that its dot LOAN gTLD has surpassed 1,500,000 registrations! This represents another extraordinary milestone. Famous Four Media […]

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Why LLLL.com’s have so much potential

Today: Why domain investors are so cheap / Speculations on New gTLDs / Do you trust parking companies? / And more. Here are the new discussions and domain news. MMOS.co.uk – What do you think this domain could...
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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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