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TRX .com lost in a UDRP. Let’s dig in.

Nat Cohen analyzes a recent UDRP case for TRX.com. A National Arbitration Forum panel has ordered TRX.com transferred to Fitness Anywhere LLC. The domain owner didn’t do himself any favors. He appears to have used incorrect Whois information and didn’t respond to the dispute. But still, should this domain have been lost in a UDRP? […]

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Who will acquire the domain name Who.com?

When it comes down to ultra-premium LLL .com domains, nothing beats a three letter word. Who.com is one of those rare gems and it’s now up for sale, exclusively by Australian domain brokers, DBR.com.au. This fantastic domain arrives with a descri...
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Next up on Rally: 5 three letter .com domains

Investors will be able to buy shares in a basket of three letter .com domains. After a successful initial offering for the domain directions.com, Rally’s next fractional domain ownership opportunity will be for a collection of five three-letter .com domains. Rally will sell shares in NAQ.com, QOB.com, UOS.com, VDT.com, and ZIZ.com. It will sell up […]

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Sea.com : Premium LLL .com #domain has been sold

Sea.com, a three letter, acronym and dictionary word domain has been sold. The domain moved to the CSC registrar today, redirecting to SeaGroup.com. According to Guta, brokers of premium domain names, Sea Group operates Shopee, a popular e-commerce bra...
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Reviewing three-letter domain sales from a Chinese perspective

Here is why Chinese companies might like these domain names. Among the three letter .com sold in February (as reported by Namebio), I’ve found the following domains interesting from a Chinese perspective. BTI.com sold for $100,000 The “i” in the domain does not represent any Pinyin word. However, you can still find domains containing “i” […]

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Acronym domains containing “v” have end users in China

V isn’t popular in the West, but it is in China. I just read the Premium Domain Sales Observation Report (pdf) published by Guta. It’s a good source to understand the high-end segment of the Chinese domain market. The report analyzes sales of short .com domains and the latest issue intrigues me with the sale […]

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