Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday July 12th

Jul 12 2017

Escrow.com

 

Ouch.  Cryptocurrencies are showing why its a tough investment.  Ether alone is down 45% since last month.  I’m not saying they don’t have a future and I realize, like domains, its long term, but that doesn’t make it any easier to the people that bought last month.    I did tell myself that I would put in $10K when it dropped to a certain level but I found a domain I like so that probably isn’t going to happen now.

On another note, we taped another DomainSherpa and had another great show.  You’ll have to watch to see what he says.  Josh of DSAD is on the show as well this coming week and it reminds me once again why I love being partners with him.  Attacks this domain thing from a different angle than us and does well.  Make sure to check it out next Monday.  Going to be informative and you’re going to have some good laughs. Here are today’s names. Click for most recent price  

Quote of the Day:  The life you live is more important than the words you speak”

Domain of the Day:  NameAgent.com   Solid name for a broker in our industry

Namejet Auctions 

MindSlayer.com  This is what I would name my VR goggles

Buyberry.com    Like this one for under $100.  Only one bidder.  Or was only one bidder

UGR.com   Pretty good LLL.com .  Better if you pick it up at $15K and under

UY.net     Have been a few LL.nets up for auction.  This one not doing as well as the othersBakeless.com    I know my wife would like to but I think the play here is baseless foods and pastries

GiftFromGod.com  Some will claim its Brad Pitt

CryptoBud.com   Surprised more canna shops aren’t taking Bitcoin

 

Sedo Names At Auction

11600.com   A nice 5L getting some good action

i.show   Not a new G fan but not too shabby

STMM.com  As long as its closer to the left side of the reserve

 Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

Cigars.net     Cigars aren’t at their peak like when the Terminator was smoking them but still a huge category and Cuba opening up will only only help.  I think it takes $5K plus to get it but we have a ways to go

ParrotHeads.com   I see parrot head stickers all over.  And I live in Illinois.  Jimmy Buffet fan will buy this one eventually

RepairTech.com   If it needs repairing then this name is a good fit.  Already at four figures

CryptoCPA.com   Not sure if there is demand for an accountant that knows crypto coin tax law

ActivegGo.com   Two words that go together pretty well.  I think of seniors when I think of active

FlexRide.com   A lot of products with the name.  Exudes comfortable movement

CrazyWave.com    Clothing store or fast food

CNK.cc   LLL.cc continue to have good value

GetItDoneNow.com  Nice call to action name.   With the slogan “About time somebody got some shit done around here”

DroneRace.info   Show them where all the drone races are

Domains That I Like With One or No Bids 

Later.net It’s when I do my best work

YellowPuma.com You can’t go wrong with color+animal dot coms. Always make good brands

FruitHQ.com Googled it and absolutely surprised how many companies are named this. One of them would really benefit from owning the exact match

ContainerUnits.com Getting hard to find because so much shipping going on right now and a lot more buildings and housing being made out of these

Stripagram.com I know they still do this. Well I don’t know but I’m pretty sure. “Did somebody here call the fire department? Because I’m about to light this mother up” 1997 name, no bidders

BeerAndGirls.com Sounds like a pretty decent evening

Track.biz Auto racing or track and field. One bidder

CherryWare.com I just like short Cherry names. I got no data to back it up

Cookia.com Short cooking name for $12

HIHI.org This would crush it as a dot com. Just a dent here

FramesForLess.com Picture and eye glasses

LiquidConfidence.com Also known as alcohol

RuggedRentals.com Most of the stuff you rent is going to be outside gear you only use once a year or less. So the name works for me. No bidders so nobody else agrees

 

Other Domains With Bids

115953.com
137335.com
5orangepotatoes.com
655765.com
655785.com
655786.com
793719.com
915791.com
971957.com
AcneAdviceForMen.com
Alikewise.com
Ameri-camp.com
AmericanWings.org
AntitrustLaws.org
Authorsxpress.com
Autocadcertification.com
AutoInsuranceQuotesOkey.com
CareerCompanion.com
CartagenaLagunaClub.net
ChapmanAntiqueMall.com
CircleStarEnergy.com
cizebeachbody.com
crowellmotorco.com
EconomicProfit.org
ElsaCanada.com
EurekaAnimalClinic.com
FloridaKeysPhotos.com
FloridaTouristAttractions.net
ForexBinaryOptions.com
ForNinoPizza.com
FraudBlock.com
GolfEaglePoint.com
Goodog.com
HebdenBridgeList.com
HotSongDownload.com
IMGVisits.com
Jayeckles.com
MBPF.net
MissDorothy.com
MothersDayPeace.org
NotaryToday.com
OcelotSports.com
OrthodoxResearchInstitute.org
PartnersLossControl.com
PrivateExchangeInfo.com
Publishing.tv
QNXX.net
ReginaFashion.net
RexsSeafood.com
rvservicesonline.com
Sajinn.com
salkantayexpeditions.com
ShelbyCountyTexasHistory.org
SiteNova.com
TBOBlogs.com
TheAppside.com
THTech.com
trilakesautoquote.com
tustickets.com
UberSeats.com
UtahPhotographers.com
VisitPrineville.org
WaiteEnterprises.com
WatchCart.com
WeddingRobes.com
WestEndHealthCenter.com
WesternWayneLittleLeague.com
Wommapedia.org
WritersBay.com
Yurkewicz.com
Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an emailI 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 me, Shane . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by 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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2 comments

  1. Gene

    Like many others, I am 100% convinced that this is not only the future of transactions and contracts, but also of money, itself.

    Shane, your and my mindset as former options traders needs to be altered 180 degrees when it comes to Ether(eum). This can’t be looked at as a short-term trading vehicle. This is about being a permanent store of value.

    When [we] trade other securities or commodities, there’s always some sort of ‘theoretical maximum’ price that can be reached; and when we trade them, that’s always in the back of our minds.

    Here, in theory, Ether could spike to $1mm…today, because there’s no mathematical or intrinsic reason why it can’t. So just as it had a ‘flash crash’ a few weeks ago – solely because of a large sell order -, the inverse could easily happen as institutions start to load up, i.e., a panic spike: And once the limit orders are breached, there’s NOTHING at all to stop it from jumping exponentially.

    Just some data to keep in mind:

    – There are less than 100mm Ether in existence
    – That means that there’s only one (1) Ether for every seventy-three (73) people on earth, or 2.80 USD worth of Ether for each person on earth
    – There are literally hundreds of major corporations putting their reputations behind Ethereum, and Ethereum-related initiatives (and governments, as well)

    Bottom line is that a few years from now people will be kicking themselves (hard) for not transferring some of their assets into Ether.

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