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Holovisions: Large domain portfolio holder entered the field 10 years ago
After the successful acquisition of by Microsoft via the use of a proxy buyer, the holography market is once again in the limelight. A domain pioneer in the field, is HoloVisions LLC, a Minnesota company formed by domain investor, inventor and entrepreneur, Robert Connor. Connor’s company manages an impessive domai... - 10 hr 45 min ago
Hung or frisky? Join some important .CLUB domains at a reasonable cost!
The recent story of how Bruce Marler got Credit.Club for $10.99 is a story that kept domainers buzzing in disbelief. While there are plenty of quality .CLUB domains in the wild, there are plenty more that have been reserved by the dot .CLUB Registry. Most of these domains can be acquired for a fee in […] - Saturday, January 24, 2015 - 19:11
GoDaddy SMS breaks new record in two-factor authentication
GoDaddy, the biggest domain registrar in the world, takes domain security very seriously. After quickly scrambling to patch a security flaw last week, GoDaddy has now enabled Ultra Fast Two Factor Authentication (UFTFA) for all US-based customers. The introduction of UFTFA provides all accounts with nearly instant dispatch and delive... - Saturday, January 24, 2015 - 17:43
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Oil terror: Saudi Arabia threatens to behead gTLD domain holders
Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud is the new king of Saudi Arabia and changes to the country that holds 16% of the world’s oil reserves are already coming. It’s not just oil that is affected, it’s the global domain economy as well. In a message delivered via the threat to proceed with public beheading of […] Copyri... - Saturday, January 24, 2015 - 12:42
BisNow: You can forget .COM – Here come 1300 other TLD extensions
In a new article about gTLDs, BisNow, an electronic publication covering the people and projects in the commercial real estate business community, describes the gTLD market with a positive, accurate outlook. Unlike a Forbes article that attempted to bury gTLDs presenting an amalgam of questionable stats and sources, BisNow covers the... - Friday, January 23, 2015 - 14:55
Spam from China: Are DOPA employees completely ‘dope’ ?
DOPA continues the lowlife practice of sending unsolicited email to domain owners, a euphemism for spam. The Chinese company ignores the protocol of voluntary inclusion to mailing lists, and instead emails their sales pitch to email addresses harvested from the WHOIS of domains. We have covered the spamming practice of DOPA on severa... - Friday, January 23, 2015 - 14:20
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Fashion Metric launches drone delivery of custom made clothing
Fashion Metric is off the charts; a few days after securing a seed investment of $1,000,000 the Austin company is using part of the investment to launch a new service: drone delivery. “What good is to measure your perfectly fitted clothes on an app or on the Internet, and not be able to get instant […] Copyright DomainGan... - Friday, January 23, 2015 - 13:26
Yoyo Email Ltd. loses another mass-UDRP for 9 domain names
Yoyo Email Ltd., the British company alleging to have created a viable business model based on the registration of .Email domain names that match corporate names, brands and trademarks, broke UDRP records in 2014. The pattern continues in 2015, and the game is becoming bigger with every UDRP. As of late, instead of adjudicating singl... - Friday, January 23, 2015 - 12:44
Official: Francois remains aboard the ship
C’est officiel: Francois Carrillo, the French entrepreneur that operates, remains as the captain of the ship. In a statement sent earlier today, Francois is apologetic for declaring the domain as sold too early; an alleged buyer vanished in thin air. Instead, Francois is having a partnership in the works, with an ... - Friday, January 23, 2015 - 11:48
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Crikey! Mike Robertson shows off how they ride them bulls Down Under!
Blimey! Mike Robertson of Domain Guardians and DNC Holdings fame, had a spiffy time in Las Vegas during NamesCon. Sporting a freshly shaved “egg” that helped raise several thousand dollars during Water Night, Mike Robertson was spotted riding a mechanical bull at Gilley’s. Whoah! Not only did he survive 33 seconds o... - Thursday, January 22, 2015 - 23:9
NamesCon future: Domainfest going back to its roots!
An online video chat discussion, organized by Angela St. Julien of Brand.Bar, gathered several tens of domain professionals in the same “room“, to talk about the results of NamesCon 2015 via GoToMeeting. Conference attendees included George Verdugo, Mike Mann, Monte Cahn, Adam Dicker, Karen Bernstein, Richard Lau, Jothan ... - Thursday, January 22, 2015 - 18:0
Domainer Faces: Vincent Jacques
Yet another great guy makes the ranks of ‘Domainer Faces‘, an open series that features ‘domainer bios’ that are as descriptive as they can be in a few words. No, one does not need to be a superstar in order to be included, and maybe next time we’ll include you, if you’re nice. Vincent Jacques [... - Thursday, January 22, 2015 - 14:24
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Domain on a stick: Two wives battle over comedian’s last name in .com
Comedian Jeff Dunham is popular for his use of puppets and ventriloquism to deliver side-splitting comedy. And that’s where the fun ends, because his former and current wife are embattled in a ‘cybersquatting‘ lawsuit over their last names. It’s not rare for divorced wives to retain their former husband’... - Thursday, January 22, 2015 - 9:46
‘Scandalous’ decision in re-allocation raises several questions
The decision on the case of the two letter domain being reallocated to the persons that allegedly owned it more than a dozen years ago is definitely scandalous. As Domain Name Wire mentioned, a lawsuit against Network Solutions brought by a group of people alleging to be the original owners of, has resulted […] Co... - Thursday, January 22, 2015 - 0:33
Microsoft acquired HoloLens dot com for its new product using a middleman!
Along with the announcement that Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for users of Windows 7 & 8, Microsoft revealed HoloLens, a device that superimposes holograms on top of real images. The Microsoft HoloLens appears to have been kept an inside secret name, until the very last minute., a domain registered in 2001, [... - Wednesday, January 21, 2015 - 18:42
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Domainer Faces: John Berryhill
Off we go with another chapter in the book of Domainer Faces, an open series of domainer profiles featuring personalities from the domain industry. After featuring Adam Dicker and Ron Jackson, it’s John Berryhill‘s turn. “John Berryhill is an IP attorney with numerous UDRP victories; his responses often contain caus... - Wednesday, January 21, 2015 - 15:50
Microsoft Windows 10: FREE! FREE! FREE!
Windows 10 will be free for all current users of Windows 7 and Windows 8.x according to an announcement by Microsoft today. That’s right: users of the two most recent versions of the Microsoft Windows operating system will upgrade to Windows 10 for free – as long as they do so within a year of […] Copyright DomainGa... - Wednesday, January 21, 2015 - 13:17
Area 51 Report: ‘Tinfoil hat’ theorists question Credit.Club success
Can’t share some positive news with the domainer world these days; the usual conspiracy theorists march in, attempting to scatter glitter around. No sooner had we announced the great hand-registration and rapid development of the domain Credit.Club by Bruce Marler, that a discussion thread on a forum for gTLD domains, attempted... - Wednesday, January 21, 2015 - 12:46
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No such thing as bad press: Art Loss Register on ‘stolen art’ during NamesCon
We had so much fun at NamesCon that some of the content written during the event received accolades from outside the domain industry. One such example of a parody article turning viral, was the (supposed) theft of a priceless Picasso painting. Yancy Naughton, founder of HasTraffic, noted about the article that “There is no such... - Tuesday, January 20, 2015 - 21:27
GoDaddy patches CSRF security flaw allowing editing domain records
A security expert reported that a Cross-Site Request Forgery (CRSF) vulnerability at GoDaddy, allowed third parties to edit and manipulate domain records arbitrarily. “While I was managing an old domain in GoDaddy, I noticed that there was absolutely no cross-site request forgery protection at all on many GoDaddy DNS management... - Tuesday, January 20, 2015 - 14:13
Mom And Me UDRP fails to snatch domain from Registrant
A UDRP against the domain – registered in 2000, according to DomainTools – failed to snatch the domain from its registrant. Using an Indian trademark from 2008, the Complainant, Mahindra & Mahindra Limited, attempted to justify their filing against the dot .com. The company owns the .in variant, where it ... - Tuesday, January 20, 2015 - 13:17
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While you were goofing around, this man hand-registered Credit.Club
You were busy goofing around: talking about that glitter junk domain on Flippa, or arguing whether Francois sold or not. You know who you are. But while you were wasting time on petty stuff, Bruce Marler hand-registered and launched Credit.Club. That is correct: hand-registered a meaningful, strong gTLD that is about to... - Tuesday, January 20, 2015 - 12:26
Grumpy domainer: 10 things that sucked during NamesCon
NamesCon, the biggest domain conference was a buzzing entrepreneurial sandbox a week ago today. Almost 900 domain investors gathered to exchange ideas and to forge new relationships, to establish joint ventures and to strengthen allegiances. Alas, even such a carefully planned event had its flaws vices, and it did not leave everyone ... - Monday, January 19, 2015 - 23:29
A bunch of Yoyo Email UDRPs were decided at the Czech Arbitration Court
There’s no slowing down Yoyo Email Ltd., as far as UDRP cases are concerned. The British company has yet to reveal its business model to the public, but has managed to break the record for the most UDRP cases brought against a single entity, in one year. More than two dozen domains were adjudicated – […] Copyright D... - Monday, January 19, 2015 - 18:37
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Morgan & Daina Linton score big investment for Fashion Metric
Fashion Metric founder, Daina Linton and her domain investor husband, Morgan, have scored an $1 Million dollar seed round investment for the company. The two-year old start-up moved to Austin, Texas from Los Angeles, as a part of the Mark Cuban group of companies. Fashion Metric participated in a TechStars class last year, where it [... - Monday, January 19, 2015 - 16:3

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