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Domains using American vs British English spelling

Today: ProRental.com sold for $18,027 / PayPal is shutting down domestic payments business in India / .chat showcase thread / and more… Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today: Business Domain Wanted – Budget: Up to $5,000.00 – Be sure to check your domain name portfolio for one of these business related domains […]

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RADIX reports $2M revenue

RADIX shared its bi-annual premium report for the second half of 2020. This report gives a full overview of the premium domain sales across the RADIX nTLD portfolio from 1st July 2020 till 31st December 2020. Some of the key highlights from the report ...
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Two more dot-brands take the easy way out

A US insurance giant with close to $50 billion in annual revenue has taken the decision to kill off its two dormant dot-brand gTLDs. Nationwide Mutual Insurance has informed ICANN that it wants to cancel its .nationwide and .onyourside gTLD contracts. ...
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Frank Schilling is selling his 23 New gTLDs

Frank Schilling is selling his 23 New gTLDs and getting out of domain names completely after selling Uniregistry and his domain name portfolio to GoDaddy last year. UNR (the name of the registry) has setup a webpage announcing the auction at auction.li...
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Understand Your Own Magic Words

Future of New Domain Names in Voice Recognition and AI. Since 2014, hundreds of new domain extensions (new domain names, or new gTLDs) were introduced into internet space. Now we can register domain names in extensions like .life, .world, .live, .online, .store, .xyz, or .photo. New domain names have one very interesting property, which, in […]

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Stats about the .blog New gTLD extension

The .blog registry, Knock Knock WHOIS There, shared some stats about the quality of the New gTLD extension. Knock Knock WHOIS There, LLC is a subsidiary of Automattic, the parent company of WordPress.com and Jetpack. It was created in 2015 to manage th...
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