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IP Blockchain company Cognate picked up by GoDaddy – Domain Name Wire

Author: admin September 20, 2018 In Domain Name News Comments (0)
GoDaddy takes on Cognate team. Cognate, a trademark-in-the-blockchain company, is joining GoDaddy. I interviewed Cognate founder Bennet Collen on the DNW Podcast last year and he explained how the company uses blockchain to record proof-of-use of trademarks. The startup announced […]
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How fast should a new top level domain name grow? – Domain Name Wire

Author: admin September 20, 2018 In Domain Name News Comments (0)
Without artificial stimulation, a new TLD should grow slowly. Slow and steady is the name of the game for top level domains. On this week’s podcast I interviewed Jay Daley, the interim CEO of Public Interest Registry (.Org). We talked […]
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Test driving the GoDaddy GoCentral website builder – Domain Name Wire

Author: admin September 20, 2018 In Domain Name News Comments (0)
GoDaddy’s GoCentral is the simplest website builder I’ve reviewed so far. Whether that’s good or bad depends on the type of user you are. I’ve previously reviewed my experience building a website on Wix, Squarespace and Weebly. Today, we’ll look […]
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Those domains you’re sitting on? They will probably never sell. – Domain Name Wire

Author: admin September 20, 2018 In Domain Name News Comments (0)
Domainers need to think about their long-term strategy for the domains they buy. Your neighbors here are not going to be impressed by your domain portfolio. Rick Schwartz wrote his viewpoint on the state of domain investing today. He’s never […]
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How Dropbox got the Dropbox.com domain name – Domain Name Wire

Author: admin September 19, 2018 In Domain Name News Comments (0)
Co-founder tells the engaging story on Tim Ferris’ podcast. Dropbox co-founder Drew Houston explained the long journey to acquiring Dropbox.com. Photo courtey Dropbox. Dropbox founder Drew Houston was on The Tim Ferriss Show recently and discussed how his business was […]
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Domain names ending in .Charity available starting today – Domain Name Wire

Author: admin September 19, 2018 In Domain Name News Comments (0)
Donuts released .charity domain names today. Domain names ending in the .Charity top level domain name are now available in general availability. A quick survey of domain name registrars shows that prices are generally in the $25-$35/year range. Top level […]
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Uniregistry tips hand with “Registry in a Box” trademark application – Domain Name Wire

Author: admin September 19, 2018 In Domain Name News Comments (0)
Company wants to use “Registry in a Box” for registry services product. Frank Schilling’s Uniregistry runs its own technical registry for its top level domain names such as .tattoo and .diet. It also provides these services to other top level […]
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Will .Amazon ever see the light of day? There’s some movement. – Domain Name Wire

Author: admin September 19, 2018 In Domain Name News Comments (0)
Amazon region countries reject $5 million gift card but ICANN pushes forward to help Amazon.com get .Amazon top level domain name. Amazon.com’s (NASDAQ: AMZN) long battle to get rights to run the .Amazon top level domain name might still pay […]
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15 more end user sales up to $25K – Domain Name Wire

Author: admin September 19, 2018 In Domain Name News Comments (0)
Several web design and development companies, a personal finance service provider, a British boutique law firm and a healthcare service comparison tool bought domain names last week. It was a solid week for end user domain sales as Sedo. Sudden.com was […]
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Giuseppe Graziano launches three-letter domain marketplace – Domain Name Wire

Author: admin September 18, 2018 In Domain Name News Comments (0)
New domain marketplace is dedicated to just 17,576 possible domains. Giuseppe Graziano, a domain broker who runs GGRG.com, has launched a new marketplace for buying and selling three-letter .com domain names. GGRG.com has always specialized in short domain names, so […]
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