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[WARNING] The Bitflyer Crypto Exchange Is Now a Scam!

Posted on 05 September 2018 by Andrei

Just a friendly warning from someone who has worked with a ton of crypto exchanges!

Bitflyer may seem like a legitimate exchange on the surface and at one point, it was. Unfortunately, that’s no longer the case and I can firmly state that at the moment of writing, Bitflyer is a scam. Frankly, Bitflyer went from being an ok-ish exchange to becoming an extremely poorly-run one and ultimately, a scam.

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IDC.cc Sold for $3,500

Posted on 05 August 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Google on Ranking Power of Keyword Domains / How much you can make with domain investing / Buying two word coin, token, crypto names .com only / And more!

Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:

Accept offer or hold? Verifies.com – Verifies.com sold for $11,000.00 a few years ago. Do you think they should sell it in today’s market for $4,300 or reject the offer and hold out for more? What is Verifies.com worth today?

Vasectome.com – This one is a typo of the word “Vasectomy”. Do typo .com domains have value in today’s markets? How much would this one be worth?

CondoLite.com – I’m not sure the two words work very well together. What do you think the value of this domain could be appraised for?

Buying two word coin, token, crypto names .com only – Be sure to double check your portfolio for one of these coin, crypto, token .com domain names. This buyer has a budget up to $50.00 if you want a quick sale.

How much you can make with domain investing – This is a controversial subject with lots of different opinions. How much do you think you can make investing in domain names? Check out what others said.

Google on Ranking Power of Keyword Domains – Are you investing into keyword domain names with thee thought of developing some of them? This is an interesting article if you’re wanting to list on the first page of Google.

IDC.cc sold for $3,500 – Has anyone else sold a .cc for four figures? This three letter .cc ccTLD sales report sure is motivating for those that haven’t or looking to do it again.

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Do you really need a $100,000 income to be a large portfolio holder?

Posted on 11 March 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Domain investors group for Escrow Fees / Bogus offers/advertising through parking companies contact forms / Strategy for selling our 3 letter TLD / And more!
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CHIPs and the X has the X-Factor. Minimum now 35,000 usd

Posted on 09 March 2018 by Graham Haynes

X hits the mark for Chinese CHIP investors.

I have been an investor in 3L.coms since 2000 and have carried a portfolio since then selling and buying over 100 along the way. My work colleagues used to think that I had an unhealthy obsession with them in the early days and I am still able to bore anyone to sleep talking about 3L.com trends. Times have so changed and now my work colleagues think I was lucky or a genius but mainly it’s envy tinged with hate.
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Are you bailing out and selling your crypto domains with others?

Posted on 11 February 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Domain investing vs. gambling / .gives new gTLD discussion / The average domain parking CTR% / And more!

Here are the new domain discussions and domain news.

Which valuation tool is your go-to? – Seriously? Personally, I think that any automated evaluation/appraisal tool is invalid and should be avoided at all costs.

I was scammed and its embarrassing – Have you ever been scammed like this before or do you operate with more security measures in place that trigger red flags?

Why do newly registered domains retain less value? – Can someone explain why a newly registered domain asset has less value than one that’s been owned, but never sold, for over a decade? This might be a trick question. You decide.

The average domain parking CTR% – Lot’s of investors park their domain names, but what are they really generating on average in CTR %s? Collaborate and share your CTR data with other investors that park their domain names.

Domain investing vs. gambling – Do you relate your domain investing to gambling? Do you really think that it’s a game of luck/odds like gambling is or could there be research and hard data to back investments?

.gives new gTLD discussion – Do you own any .gives new gTLDs? Can you share some of your research and statistics with other .gives domain asset investors? Collaborate with other like-minded new gTLD investors.

Are you bailing out and selling your crypto domains with others? – How are you managing your crypto domain assets in today’s markets? Has the trend ended and got you scrambling to sell or are you holding on and crossing your fingers things get better?

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The death of domaining is on the horizon

Posted on 07 February 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: .tv ccTLD market – Thriving or diving? / .life investment discussion / Domain names are a decentralized technology / And more!

Here are the new domain discussions and domain news.

How to sell a domain asset to a company with the hyphenated version – Have you ever tried this? How did it go? Do you have some tips, tricks, or strategies you can share to help walk newer investors through the steps?

FlowerDeliveryReview.com – Affiliate Possibility or etc – I’m just not feeling how the three words in FlowerDeliveryReview.com play together. Maybe if it was plural it would be better? What kind of value do you think this 3-word singular has?

WatchCoins.Com – Seriously? WatchCoins.com? While I can see that it’s meant to be developed into a site that monitors an assortment of coins in one place for convenience, I’m just not seeing why it would have value with all the crypto/coin markets crashing. What do you think it’s worth?

Domain names are a decentralized technology – Do you agree that domain names are a decentralized technology and on it’s way to being replaced by new technology soon? I’m just not buying it, are you?

.tv ccTLD market – Thriving or diving? – Now this is an interesting discussion/debate about the ccTLD .tv extension. If you are a .tv investor or thinking about investing in .tv domain names, this is the discussion you want to be involved in.

.life investment discussion – Do you own any .life and want to share your investment? Looking to discuss the .life extension in more detail and share stats with other .life investors? If so, then this is the discussion for you.

The death of domaining is on the horizon – There is some crazy talk about domain investing losing momentum and crashing like it was a cryptocurrency or something. I don’t think there is any accuracy to the report. What do you think?

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Stocks Are Down, Crypto Is Down, and Domain Names Are Up!

Posted on 05 February 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Com vs. Cm – An investors perspective / Recent Dictionary Word Domain Name Sales / Why expiration dates are important / And more!

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CashBet.com Casino on STEROIDS: Kidnapping just got a hell of a lot easier.

Posted on 03 February 2018 by Graham Haynes

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CashBet.com is the first casino platform built around crypto coins. You convert your cash into cashbet crypto coins at 0.5 USD each and play your favourite casino games. Winnings are then converted back from the crypto-coin into cash instantly, in a similar manner to casino chips in the real world because there is no centralized processing and all based on the ethereum blockchain.
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