Domain Chain’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday March 6th, 2018

Mar 07 2018

Escrow.com

 

So who owns Namepros.com?  Does anyone know?  Rumor has it that James Iles owns it.  Actually I would say that half the people I asked thought it was him.  I don’t think it is but I really have zero idea who it is. Everyone has a different guess and some of the stories that come with them are hilarious. One person I talked to was thinking of filing a lawsuit just to see who responded.   I’m pretty sure none of the stories are true but everyone loves a good mystery.    With all the negative comments about the new buyers of DnForum it got me thinking.  How is it worse that we don’t like the owners of one site when the competitor is owned by an unnamed entity.  Are we to the point that not knowing is better than knowing?   That all your posts, data, and info can be seen by someone you don’t know and that’s cool.  That there is no accountability to a top level entity?

Namepros has been the best run, most professional, most popular domain forum on the net.  That is all most people care about and probably all they should care about.  Moderators care and do a good job.  Who owns it in reality doesn’t matter.  They don’t have to come forth and take credit for the hard work because it was just their money. Eric and James did the legwork.  That and all the mods and contributors.  But maybe James Iles does own it. Who knows?  Actually if you do know email me. I promise I won’t tell .  Unless you tell me I can tell and then I’ll tell.  Here are today’s names.    Click on them for current price

Quote of the Day:  “Life is a rotten lottery. I’ve had a pretty amazing life, a good life, and God knows I’m thankful, but I do believe that after 30, stop whining! Everybody’s dealt a hand, and it’s not fair what you get. But you’ve got to deal with it”  –John Waters

Domain of the Day:  Lectures.com    Perfect name for the online education market. Easily worth the reserve IMO

Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

Merkl.com  Very popular Crypto site with a similar name.   And plenty of entities are using Merkle as their name.   Take off the e and make it cooler.  26 bidders

Zut.com   Uniregistry is leading the bidding which you don’t see very often on a LLL.com

Striving.com    Positive name that exudes effort.  Reserve may be doable

NBAF.com   Probably going to be good value because of the A.   And I wouldn’t worry about the basketball league going after you.  Just don’t infringe

ML.net   One of the best LL.net at auction in the last year

LocalCoupons.com   Coupon sites are plentiful but this is strong niche play.  The amount of bidders says they agree

AlphaEnergy.com   Energy names are becoming like media names.  Pretty much buying up any word + energy right now

Coinfit.com  At $200 at press time and met reserve

OpenChain.com  Met reserve and closes today.  Great name. Great price

SNPG.com  Good Western letters. Wanted Chinese letters.   My guess over under is $1455

 

 

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

 

RedWire.com   Top name of the day.   Solid brand.  I can see why everyone likes it

TCCD.com    The double C and all consonants are going to get a good price for that one

HuntersDirect.com  Get you AK-47 here.  The world’s best squirrel hunting gun

HuntingUnlimited.com    Or here. I feel like the selection is better here but the above is the better price 🙂

EcoBean.com   I’m thinking organic coffee

Kutti.com   Was hoping to get this cheap but already at $250 plus.  Probably more by now

Surrex.com   Upgrade name for the dozens of companies that share it

WorldOfDomains.com   Good name for someone in our industry

Cashday.com  Originally good for payday and title loans but now could be crypto

StagingHome.com  and  StagingHomes.com     Have to make the house look good.    One of these is four figures

☼.net     xn--94h.net      Officially a IDN but not too often you can buy the sun

HealthyDepot.com   Not a big fan of depot names but the bidders like it so my opinion doesn’t matter

ElectionReform.com   Not as hot of a topic as it was but will always be a hot topic to the losing party

GhostNetwork.com   Great name for a VPN or proxy server

PurseHouse.com  Not every girl but a lot of them love their purses. Buy several per year.  And many aren’t cheap

Bitcoin and Coin Related Names

BitCoinStake.com

BlockClubOnline.com

Coinstruct.com

EthereumInsider.com

TokenSpace.com

 

Godaddy Names With No Bids

BeInTheMoment.com Nice slogan or marketing name.  Or you could look at it through your phone like most concerts

OrderFaster.com  1999 domain with no bids.  Decent marketing name for a service

GearShot.com no bids.  Not sure how shot goes with shot but we’ll figure it out for $12

Dining.cc  You know I like single word .cc names.  I have had good luck with them

KnowYourWeed.com  If you don’t know your weed you can learn it here

WeedChoices.com  Even more information available at this name.  Strain site

TelematicsAutoInsurance.com  Telematics is the little plugin thing that you put in you car to measure your driving.  Can get you better rates if you prove you drive safely

TheDebater.com  Would make a good political forum or news site

BetterPayout.com  Great marketing name for a online sports book or anything that pays

DandyLawns.com Get i?  Dandelions…….. Dandy Lawns

StonePetal.com  Sounds like an 80s heavy metal band

 

Godaddy Names With Bids

05qb.com
088jj.com
528829.com
611ww.com
775cc.com
955ww.com
990aa.com
AEPWeb.org
AkLab.com
AllisonOaksVineyards.com
AmericanFifthSpirits.com
AnyAirman.com
AnyCoastguard.com
apuertacerrada.com
AZHF.com
BewareOfMrBaker.com
BigOnBloor.com
BlogiVists.com
BongaWebcams.com
BrandNewSin.com
BuildersNeeds.com
BuildingWeight.com
BuildSystem.com
CalvinDale.com
CayceCures.com
CellGrid.com
CenterTickets.com
FamilyRightsAssociation.com
FCBaku.com
FQUR.com
GadgetRepairs.com

GoshenCountyChamber.com
GR8BBQ.com
HabitatRestaurant.com
hg5559.com
HimTV.com
HKGQ.net
HungryHawaiian.com
hurt100trailrace.com
iMarry.org
IncreaseDirectory.com
ksmyst.com
Linshlonsky.com
Lios.org
MeetingGuru.com
MiamiSite.com
MyPetPages.net
NewYorkAuditors.com
OfficeHeating.com
Onosi.com
PornBust.com
PYXTnet
RenyuanEdu.com
RoeblingTeaRoom.com
SFDN.net
SmartJury.com
SoulRebelsBrasSband.com
SWFla.com
TechReaction.net
ThePaleoBabe.com
TtitleTV.com
uJerk.com
UniversalRejection.org
uSims.com
UsMarineKnives.com
UTZO.com
xmfudexin.com
XODV.com
yi34.com
ZoraHolidays.com

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*All names chosen by us, Shane and Josh . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything we say is based on our own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or our opinion is correct. We hand choose the names but we are paid to make this list by both the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good

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15 comments

      1. James Iles

        No problem! Edward & Eric work very hard on the site. I just write every now and then 😉

  1. Arnold

    Hahaha, that’s exactly what I’d say if I owned it and wanted to remain anonymous :p
    In other news. Zut.com is now at $21000 and I own RZUT.com which makes it worth what? $2?


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      Matthew,
      I see nowhere where it say. Save us all the reading and just type it in. As for Escrow. It was never revealed who the private buyer was. But Escrow.com was regulated by every state and Texas and California are very very tough with their laws and reporting. Ask Andee Hill. Not saying its fullproof but its always more comfortable working with companies that are bound and audited by US law.

      Now back to the original question. Do you know or not?


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      Edward,
      I completely understand. I read that. I also understand why that person would want to stay private. That being said, pretty hard to use the word transparency and anonymous in the same sentence. Nothing wrong with an entity having private owners as long as there is accountability somewhere.

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