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Buying One Word or Two Word .COM – Budget: Up to $5,000.00

Posted on 07 December 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Buying two-word aged .com’s – Budget: Up to $250.00 / BitTop.com sold for $15,000 / UDRP question. Is it legal to… / And more!

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

The appraisal of WeedBase.com – This ones an interesting two-word marijuana relate .com. It’s catchy and brandable. But, is that enough to give it any value? How much do you think it’s worth?

Why bitcoin may become virtually worthless: Finance professor – Will affect any of your bitcoin related domain nae investments? How are you preparing for it? Take a look at what other domain investors are saying about this news.

I sold my first name for $100 – Wow! You have to love success stories like this one from new domain investors breaking into the industry with excitement.

BitTop.com sold for $15,000 – That’s not too bad of a six-letter, two-word, bitcoin related, .com sales report for a low five-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

UDRP question. Is it legal to… – What do you think? Do you have any intellectual property, trademark, or UDRP experience and have an answer to their question? Check out what others are saying about it.

Buying two-word aged .com’s – Budget: Up to $250.00 – Do you own any aged two-word .com domain name assets you would sell for up to $250.00? If so, check out this buyers specified criteria.

Buying One Word or Two Word .COM – Budget: Up to $5,000.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for any one-word or two-word .com domain name assets you might want to liquidate for some quick capital that meet this buyers guideline.

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If You’re Being Scammed by Bitflyer… (Bitflyer.Sucks)

Posted on 28 October 2018 by Andrei

As a bit of an update on the Bitflyer drama, I have good news and bad news: the good news is that I’ve managed to recover my bitcoin from Bitflyer (what ultimately worked was emailing them and CC-ing the Japanese Financial Services Agency, the New York State Department of Financial Services and the CSSF, as explained on Bitflyer Dot Sucks).

The bad news is that reports similar to mine keep piling up, even among domainers. For example, earlier this week, someone posted that he or she is going through the same situation as a comment to my initial Bitflyer warning. The same way, complaints are popping up over at Reddit and other platforms. In my opinion, there’s something very, very shady going on, which is why despite getting my money back, I’ll be maintaining the Bitflyer.Sucks website and enabling others to share their Bitflyer horror stories. Continue Reading

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