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It’s halftime for 2021. Here are some observations.

From domain sales platforms to bored apes, here are some trends so far in 2021. 2021 is half over, and I expect the second half of the year to look very different than the first half. The world was still locked down for most of the first half of this year. Depending on where you […]

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Bidding for World Wide Web NFT hits $2.8 million

Take home an “autographed” version of the original WWW source code…if you have a few spare millions lying around. Bidding for Source Code for the WWW, an NFT by World Wide Web creator Sir Tim Berners-Lee, has hit $2.8 million. Sotheby’s is auctioning the non-fungible token. The auction closes on Wednesday. It’s an interesting piece […]

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That time when you let a one year hand reg drop and it sold for $50,000

Two domain investors from China are going to be kicking themselves. NFT3.com sold for $50,000 at Sedo. The domain name was registered in 2017 and dropped after one year. It was then registered in 2019 and dropped after one year. Third time was the charm and the third Chinese registrant sold the domain name for […]

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Meme.com raises $5M

CoinTelegraph.com published a piece on the current NFT market and included information on Meme.com. The market remains hot for NFT’s according to the article, even with the recent crypto decline. According to a report by decentralized app marketplace DappRadar, the average number of NFT sales rose almost 300%, from 21,815 per day in January, to […]

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Supply and demand for NFTs will push prices down

Supply is growing really fast. Watch out below. Two months ago, I wrote about NFTs and how they are an example of manufactured scarcity. Each individual NFT is unique, but there are a whole lot of unique NFTs out there, which means that they aren’t really that rare. NBA Top Shots keeps printing more moments […]

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Global #NFT mania and the Domain King

Non-fungible tokens or NFTs are all the rage among the tech-savvy, and some domain investors have been following the current trend. Millions of dollars in art and sports collectibles have been traded using the NFT approach, that registers the value and...
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BuyNFT.com left to expire for a second time closes at $10,589

NFTs are one of the hottest things out there today. Buzz, Bust or Bubble? Who knows? A lot of opinions out there. Domain investors have been buying and hand regging names around the topic. One of the more popular categories for domains wanted threads at Namepros. The domain name BuyNFT.com was registered in 2018 and […]

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