The Daily recap of Shane’s Auction Picks, the 6th and 7th of March 2016
I used DN.com for the first time last week. I was selling a few names to a Chinese buyer and he wanted to use them. I thought great, I had recently set up an account, but hadn’t used it. There was a period of about 5 days to get everything verified with them. I had to send them a copy of my drivers license and a picture of me holding the license.
I was impressed by how quickly the transaction finalized. There didn’t seem to be any issues, until I got an email from them. They wanted receipts from when I purchased the domains, they wanted me to send them copies. My first thought was, “why would you ask me for this now? I already transferred the domains”. I asked them and they said something about security and whois taking longer, I’m not really sure what their point was. I checked the whois and it was up to date. Luckily I had transaction receipts, so I was able to send them without any issue.
Now that I want to withdrawal my money I have to provide a “swift” code, from my bank. I had no idea what a swift code was, so I called my bank. They told me they don’t have a swift code as they’re not big enough. I still have to contact DN.com tonight, and tell them the answer I got from my bank. They did mention, in the previous email that it could still be done without a swift code with instructions from my bank, but my bank didn’t have any extra information on that either, they said to wire it like normal.
So Hopefully I’ll get the money, It certainly went from seemingly easy to a lot more complicated really fast.
DomainNamesForSale.com A little long but perfect for our biz. 19 years old
GBNF.com 1999 domain. Just a plain old acronym back when it was registered. Now look at it
? went for $135 in 2011
HolidayFarms.com 3K backlinks and 20 visits a month but no bidders at $12. 16 years old
? Must have been spammy links, since I can’t find the price
TWNY.net 191 USD
LCJC.net, 196 USD
DNWR.net, 191 USD
Our daily grouping of the sexiest LLLL.nets at Godaddy today
BonBan.com Simple, short, and easy to say and spell. No bidders at $12
VGSN.com 365 USD
AEKX.com 315 USD
ADYJ.com, 352 USD
ACVX.com 306 USD
Bottom boats of the day. The haven’t been rising too much but they haven’t been sinking as predicted by some
W7P.com 411,000 results for this CCC. Popular way to name products
WSOB.org My opinion only but good western letters have to be worth a hand reg price. No bidders at $12. Maybe there really is no value on non chip LLLL.org
? World Series of Backgammon
HouseIsForSale.com No bidders. Good name to stick in a for sale by owner sign up front
? Another reason why we need to change the typed capital i and the lower case L. I thought “What the hell is a HOUSELS”
Diapo.com One bidder at $12. 1.3K backlinks and a little traffic
799 USD Diapo.co.uk is a Stairs manufacturer.
PotHelps.com Most say it does. No bidders agree
? Originally Developed as a site for Crockpot cooking tips
Laddex.com For $12 I can think of worse names I’ve purchased for more
? makes be think of climbing the ladder, Lots of ideas for sites based off of that concept.
NDK.co I’m hearing lots of stories about China loving dot co
VisitMarshallIslands.com PR6 and 2,000 backlinks. DMOZ listed . Passed 4 figures
3,282 USD, The marshall Islands are way out there. They have a Missile Testing site on Kwajalein Atoll, you could get a contractor job there and get paid to live on a tropical island for a couple of months.
Blockstack.com A company that makes software that utilizes the block chain. Getting bids because of it
999 USD. I never paid attention to bitcoin or cryptocurrency, never even looked up how it worked until the other day… I’m still confused. So I figure out math problems with software to create blocks that are part of a greater chain? Then I receive a bitcoin by solving the problem right? Where do the math problems come from, and why do they need solved? I’m starting to rethink aspects of my domain and bitcoin post. If cryptocurrency is made up by only solving math problems, then I’d say domains would make a much better fake currency, even with no potential end users behind them. I can build something on them and emerging markets with different cultures had a desire to own them for businesses. That seems like a lot more sustainable model for a fake currency that fricken math problems lol.
003355.com I love patterns like this. The Chinese buyers generally agree with me…….eventually
2,225 USD This blog is actually translated into 35 languages worldwide, with a print edition that’s delivered daily to the outer reaches of Mongolia.
171858.com But this one will do better because of the lack of zeros and 4s
250 USD well the Chinese listened to you i guess…
66226.net I own a few 5N.net I think they get forgotten some times and US buyers avoid dot net
345 USD That’s a really good
ZRX.biz As long as .biz has low renewal cost it should hold IMO. But I have been wrong before . Back in 1985 I thought that Vans were a fad
7G.biz This one is a little nicer if you’re looking to get top tier
313103.com It was going so well until we lost the one and got a zero
4499.co 352 USD
4477.co 267 USD
If you really believe in the .co movement the even with the fours you have to like these
565G.com These types are almost up to a pivotal price of $59-$69 which is backorder price
GMSC.cc I don’t recommend you buy but this is one type I think do very well in the next few years.
BSRP.cc One few more
ShapeVine.com A fantastic 26,000 backlinks and a PR4
217 USD That’s a lot of blog commenting
116006.com At $12 at press time
138 USD 2 pair separated by 6’s
DigitialMedia.com Pretty solid Media name. Maybe one of THE media names
Unsold at almost $9K
eWebsite.com We’re still doing E names? I always forget
Unsold at just under $5k, E, I, U there off and on all the time. As soon as someone says they’re dead they come back around. For a while i was dead, because of apple. I still think i for internet or i for “self” works fine, if that’s what you want.
B0X.com Interesting because of the hack but because it has 37,000 backlinks
FHX.cc Awesome LLL.cc I have a few and like so many other things, wish I would have bought more
CoolTee.com There are hundreds of t-shirt places with names like this. 18 years old. At $25 at press time
255 USD good T-shirt brand. Or maybe a new type of shirt that cools you as your body heats up. I took a class is Anniston Alabama, at a large federal training center. We wore level A hazmat suits in the Alabama heat. Under the suits we wore these ice vests to keep cool. They were basically like a vest made of refreezable cold packs. Maybe a t-shirt could be many using that concept.
VirtualPeople.com Virtual anything is worth bank right now
2,303 USD These used to be called imaginary friends when everything was low tech.
Kemia.com Nice 5L brand. IMO all these are worth $100 or more
851 USD Geez, I like some of these names, but can’t afford wholesale at this price.
10MinuteWorkout.com Great name for an app or website that gives everyone what they want in today’s environment. A quick workout No bidders
? This used to be popular until they beat it with the 9minuteworkout.com
DNAClothing.com Old store on Venice Beach. Obviously closed now
KOF.net King of Fighters gets all the results but guessing it will be more for something like Koenig Office Fixtures
FootballPictures.com I like football but not sure why this one is so high
522 USD Probably all the Soccer freaks out there
DNMax.com I figured somebody in our industry would like this one at $25
GDBQ.com One bid at $1600
1825 USD City Code and BBQ =delicious
ZHEU.com Looks Chinese, priced Canadian
770 USD Higher than regular LLLL’s must be Quebecua
L5U.com Not very good and still going to go for more than $300. Watching the lowest price gives you a good indication on how the category is moving
510 USD MMMM I love me some J Ribs.
Wealth888.com No bidders. Sounds like a lucky name
? Hey good news, if you missed this one, you can get an extra 8, wealth8888.com for $2500!
Loomia.com Was a tech company with a nice 6L.com . Now it can be yours
LZC.co, 741 USD
SKH.co, 712 USD
PRW.co, 910 USD
I am a buyer of LLL.co right now
CGQW.com 1806 USD
It’s officially a CHiP and the price shows it. I’m still getting used to Q being good for anything more than the word Quality
ThisIsWhyImFat.com Where do we start?
210 USD Soccer injuries, that’s why
506080.com 6N has slowed down but people are still buying. Things don’t happen overnight despite what Oct through December told us last year
156565.com Nice CHiP 6N. I call them assets but not everyone agrees
Has a BIN
699768.com Another but just not getting much love. $42 at press time
001235.com The ONE time I wanted a 4
DealCrusher.com Not sure of the value but I do like the name
150 USD I kinda thought they were crushing all my hopes for a deal at first but they’re “Crushing it” with deals I guess
OneWayTicket.com Closing this morning. Pretty obvious what this name is going to be used for.
2150 USD Suicide Bombers that’s what
730073.com Nicely balanced number. You know I like balance in my numbers
TypeNote.com Perfect name to put up on one of those brand domain platforms
BernieSingles.com One of the funnier things I’ve seen. A Bernie Sanders dating site. Has gotten 1 million views already
5150 USD This is a site where you put all your money into a big pot, then the dates are divided out by need. The problem is the administrative cost are so high the dates usually consist of a Redbox movie and popcorn.
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