Blockchain has Blocked the Domain Industry

Posted on 24 January 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Registrar asks registrant to prove trademark rights after registration / The ethics behind investing in bad review sites and selling them to the companies they target / Share Your One & Two Word Brandable .com Domains / And more!

Here are the new domain discussions and domain news.

Upshod.com – Do pronounceable and questionably brandable domains like Upshod.com have any value at all? It rolls off the tongue, but what kind of company would develop on such a name?

looking for two-word .com domains – Do you have any two-word .com domain names sitting in your portfolio you want to flip? Go check to be sure and send what you have over to this investor to see if they are interested.

Techitry.com – It’s catchy and maybe a little playful, but is it strong enough to interest any end-users? Could there be value in a domain like Techitry.com?

Share Your One & Two Word Brandable .com Domains – This investor is ready to buy all the domains you have that fit their criteria and budget. Be sure to double check your portfolio for one of these.

The ethics behind investing in bad review sites and selling them to the companies they target – This was an interesting read. Do people really do that? Why on earth would someone be motivated to try? Couldn’t that be considered blackmail wanting money from a company to hand over a bad review site that damages their brand image if they don’t buy?

Registrar asks registrant to prove trademark rights after registration – This is kind of interesting. Is the word “Crypto” a trademark or are they talking about the new gTLD .Build extension?

Blockchain has Blocked the Domaining Industry – Could be any truth to this? Was it just a temporary glitch or bad connection? Surely, Blockchain didn’t block the domain industry, or did they?

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