Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday June 24th , 2018

Jun 24 2018

Escrow.com

It was pretty obvious.   I can’t think of anyone I talked to regularly that thought that more than 70 of % the new GLTDs would make it. It’s a numbers game and there is just no way that all of these things can stay afloat.  Too many strings and not enough people that are going to want to use them.  It doesn’t take huge registration numbers to break even if you charge a lot but only so many strings can get those prices ….and the numbers are declining.  To me, it’s not even worth discussing. I’m interested in domain investing, not registry management. There are so few new Gs that offer domain investors opportunity to get regular returns I haven’t had many discussion about them.  I’m not going to even pretend that I know what to buy and I certainly can’t tell a reader what the opportunities are if I can find any.

“This company could be bankrupt, this string is in decline”  There’s more where that came from and expect to see much more articles from the domain news sites in the next few years.  Here are today’s domains.  Hope you find a good one. Click to see the latest price

Quote of the Day:  “”Don’t do something permanently stupid when you’re temporarily upset.” 

Domain of the Day:  BrandProtector.com    Generic for Marchex

 

 Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

WalletShop.com   Bitcoin may not be at its peak but it isn’t going anywhere and crypto wallets are staying right with it

DailyBitcoins.com  Great name for a bitcoin blog or news site

CashSaving.com    Most people have none.  Teach them how

MedicalOxygen.com   Every hospital spends hundreds of thousands on it each year.   Maybe not all but many

GWTW.com  Good letters, good pattern.  The Chinese will be all over this one

LifeBlood.com  Fantastic name but will struggle to meet reserve

StupidNames.com  So bad they’re only $39

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

StrongTree.com   Love strong names like this.  So does this guy named Adam that I know

PornHQ.com   1998 birthday.  Can’t get more better than porn.  Ask Rick Schwartz

OurCapital.com   I’m a big fan of capital names.  And the companies usually have money to buy the names

FashionUniverse.com  Sounds more like a website than a store.  19 years old

RabbitMedia.com    Media names have a rich history of sales

Squibs.com   Harry Potter or a form of explosives

GTickets.com   Only 26  AlphabetTickets names

CryptoLancer.com  Crypto in the domain is usually good enough

RideWise.com  Wise used to be a popular naming convention.  Still works for some bidders

Votera.com  Buy your votes here

FlexiCrypto.com Great name for company wanting to showcase a more versatile new coin

windows64.com   Never used Windows.  Heard it was getting better.  At $500 at press time

Linek.com  This 5L is actually getting some bids

Laxiu.com   Highest price on the GD board

 

Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids

 

Yosoo.com No bids now but will probably close over $300

TokenAngel.com  Giving away free crypto to those in need

GayIntroductions.com  Generic for Grinder

HornHill.com  Could be a brand.  Easy to spell

Vagoc.com  5L.com with no bids

BankSeeds.com  Amsterdam was packed with seed banks.  Selling all kinds of canna seeds

TrafficGen.com  Generating traffic and customers.  No bids

CriticalPeak.com An electricity term but would make a good brand

Aenos.com  Looks Greek, is Greek

SafetyMarket.com Buy your orange cones and safety glasses here

Sidewlk.com We still doing the forgot a letter thing?

AvailableorNot.com  Good name for our industry

 

Godaddy Names With Bids

1jushop.com
a-zlearningsuppliescatalog.com
a182f92.com
a1limoinc.com
AccommodationSouthAfrica.com
AccountingAssignment.net
AELK.com
Aenos.com
AngelsDream.com
Artivia.com
bc852.com
BettaFishCaretaker.com
BlackbeardLives.com
BlockChainStaffing.com
CABC.net
CaineLearning.com
CanadaHomeSecurity.com
CoalRiverWind.org
Consultaprevia.org
ContactoSenchile.com
CorpSolutions.com
CryptoBars.com
CueTimes.com
DeconRecords.com
DirtyAnnies.com
fjfed.com
FRDGroup.com
GeorgiaSportbike.com
GetFreeBabyDiapers.com
gjxlcm.com
Hablemos.com
Haohbt.com
HollowEarthNetwork.com
HomeInventoryPro.com
InnisfilChamber.com
InvestorList.com
JMPlus.net
Kannai.com
Kelisgrocerydelivery.com
KidPariah.com
Leyundisk.com
Lonue.com
Luxerycabs.com
Maorock.com
MegaWorldLifestyleMalls.com
Myfxgil.com
MyProxies.org
BitBet.com
OhMyRoom.com
OnSnow.com
PPTXHome.com
PrintJobApplication.com
PVK3.com
Qingk3.com
Qingsonghr.com
Qink3.com
QualityPropane.com
Raotao.com
RecruiterZone.com
Roalcana.com
Rubsomedirtblog.com
rvk3.com
SheilasFashionSense.com
Shuangran.com
ShyAxing.com
SimplyCanada.com
Skas.org
SoccerFanStuff.com
Souk3.com
SpecialtyBenefits.com
sqygwl.com
stepper-dc-motor.com
Stief.com
Suningdq.com
Sunk3.com
SuperWriters.com
Swingsetworld.com
TheHomesteadNetwork.com
TheRattlingWall.com
TheStThomasBlog.com
Tiek3.com
Tintusainc.com
Topapkgames.com
Topfh.com
TopProxies.org
traciehotchner.com
TravelOutfitters.com
treasurely.com
Usigs.org
vactf.org
Waik3.com
whgzgs.com
xik3.com
xok3.com
xuik3.com
xvnk3.com
yank3.com
ydtcp.com
ylgear.com
yongk3.com
ze26.com
zotirental.com
zuik3.com
zuk3.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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