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Graen.com wants to be “THEE” marketplace for high value domains – Interview with Neil Bostick

An interview with Neil Bostick the founder of Graen.com Q1) Tell us why you created Graen.com Neil?  Good first question! I guess first and foremost I really wanted to make a private platform for investors to buy & sell high value domains as I thought that was what was missing from the current domain sales […]

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GoDaddy takes down $100m listing for Bitcoin.com

So Mike Sallese pointed this one out to me, a story on TheBlockCrypto.com posted an article about Bitcoin.com being listed for sale on GoDaddy for $100 million. Yogita Khatri wrote: Roger Ver, the owner of the domain, said it is in fact not for sale. &...
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Sedo – “It’s a clown show bro!”

Sedo used to have a policy that if you wanted to set a buy it now over $50,000 you needed approval via appraisal. Sedo said last year, Here’s a neat update for those who want to sell their high-value premium domains at Sedo: We’ve lifted the price cap,...
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Domain name industry consolidation needs to have its limits

Domain name industry consolidation is necessary, but competition is crucial. As I walked around NamesCon yesterday, I saw the signs of consolidation in the domain name industry. There’s Hexonet, now part of CentralNic, which has gobbled up many domain companies. Enom is now part of Tucows. There’s GoDaddy, which acquired Host Europe Group. Heck, GoDaddy […]

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Who would you choose?

Someone posed this question to me yesterday, “If you could only list at one aftermarket marketplace which would it be?” In this hypothetical the exclusivity that a BrandBucket demands would be in place for every marketplace. My vote would b...
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