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Minds + Machines gets order for 90,000 domain name registrations

Minds + Machines Group Limited (AIM: MMX), reported today orders for approximately 90,000 standard name registrations across certain of its US and European facing top-level domains valued at approximately US$500,000. The company said that these registrations represent a 37% increase to current registration levels in MMX’s US and European facing top-level domains and will show …

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Boston Ivy will drop the premium domain renewal prices in .Broker, .Forex, .Markets, .Trading

Boston Ivy announced that it will be dropping the premium renewal prices to standard for 4 of its New gTLDs: .Broker, .Forex, .Markets and .Trading. The change will take place on May 1st. Going forward the non-registered premium domain names will have a premium upfront cost and standard renewal. For example, the domain name ARTS.BROKER …

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Non-COM domain sightings : Kabit.Vegas rocks the cab bookings

Who cares if the .com is taken? The new Internet namespace allows for the registration and use of meaningful gTLDs, including many local geodomains. We keep track of such “non-com sightings” of domains in the wild, and domain investor Bruce Marler sent us another one from dot .VEGAS. Granted, one needs better than 20/20 vision […]

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5 Afilias extensions are now licensed for sale in China: .INFO, .MOBI, .PRO, .RED, and .KIM

Afilias, announced that the China Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has issued a formal statement that awards the .INFO, .MOBI, .RED, .PRO and .KIM Top Level Domains (TLDs) a license for sale in China as required by the latest MIIT guidelines. Each TLD must be licensed by MIIT to be eligible for sale …

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15 New gTLD domain name sales over $5,000

This is the latest New gTLD domain name sales report courtesy of Sold.Domains. Radix sold the domain name Casino.Online for $201,250. Rightside published a list of 53 domain sales from $10k up to $183k. The .Club registry published their domain name sales from the 1st quarter of 2017. I have not included in the list …

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What Would It Take to Call Dot Web Successful?

Two days ago, I’ve explained why in my opinion, Dot Net is actually better than Dot Web in terms of “meaningfulness” of the term on the right of the dot. Both are superior to Dot Com in that respect but, well… that doesn’t matter I believe it’s clear to everyone reading this post that nobody’s [...]
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Farewell to new gTLDs : Former dot .Cloud executive on sabbatical

The former head of registry operations at dot .Cloud has left the company, and is currently on sabbatical. From that safe spot, Francesco Cetraro, recently blogged about his current views on new gTLDs, innovation, ICANN and other related tidbits. While dot .Cloud recently celebrated its 100,000th domain registration, this is just “numbers,” according to Cetraro: […]

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.club premium sales approaching $5 million

.CLUB Domains sold half a million dollars worth of reserved premium names in the first quarter, bringing its cumulative to-date total to almost $5 million, the registry reported at the weekend. Q1 sales were $505,139, the company said, bringing its total since launch to $4,844,428. There were 475 premium sales in total, sold via auctions, […]
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Companies losing $10 BILLION by ignoring new gTLDs — report

The world economy is “conservatively” losing out on almost $10 billion of annual revenue due to a lack of support for new gTLDs and internationalized domain names, according to an ICANN-commissioned research report. The report, conducted by Analysys Mason for the semi-independent Universal Acceptance Steering Group, calculated that patchy new gTLD support means $3.6 billion […]
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