Domain Spotlight:

Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday August 20th, 2020

Obviously we all make a living or extra money buying and selling domain names. All run by ICANN. That last statement scares me. They are crooked in my opinion. Spending money like its free. That’s because it is to them. So I can see why people are taking a hard look at HandShake. Handshake is a decentralized, permissionless naming protocol where every peer is validating and in charge of managing the root DNS naming zone with the goal of creating an alternative to existing Certificate Authorities and naming systems. Names on the internet (top level domains, social networking handles, etc.) ultimately rely upon centralized actors with full control over a system which are relied upon to be honest, as they are vulnerable to hacking, censorship, and corruption. Handshake aims to experiment with new ways the internet can be more secure, resilient, and socially useful with a peer-to-peer system validated by the network’s participants.

Of course I didn’t write that description but basically its a blockchain based domain system. DomainChain if you will. It is years away from really working. It can only be used on certain browsers . But that hasn’t stopped building. Namebase.io is an interesting site that lets you buy tlds and you can actually work with several registrars and sell domains on your tld. They are auctioned off each time with the Alexa top 1000 names being held back. But names come through every day. They even have HNS Coin or handshake coin as their payment method. That alone has more than doubled in value. It’s just one more thing to get involved in and either make or lose a lot of money in. I could talk about it for days but just go to Namebase and take a look around. I know a few people that are all in. I know I’m paying attention and going to buy a few tlds just for fun.

Quote of the Day: “You deserve happiness, even if you aren’t used to it”

Domain of the Day: VirtualExam.com Great name for virtual doctor. Surprised its only registered in 3 extensions

Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup

BDW.io At this point, all good letter LLL.io is worth buying at $99 IMO

Concealed.io VPN/Anonymizer name all the way

Salute.io The kind of one word dot io you should buy IMO and pretty much anyone that knows dot io

Oro.vc “gold” in Spanish and investors love oro

Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Action

TalkingPlants.com Has some backlinks. If you know a person in the plant business you might recommend this to them

MoviePro.com App, site, or product for making and editing movies all the way

Teachsmith.com Good time for this name

VeganBody.com I won’t lie. Most Vegans tend to be pretty fit. Probably because they hate to eat that shitty food (sorry Travis)

Scoopic.com Not a bad brand for $79. No bids

Poop.gg You know some 13 year old is going to want to spend his allowance on this one

Godaddy Domains With Bids

Odity.com Price tells me people think the big boys are going to upgrade here

ImageSports.com Sounds like a sports management company

39389.com The top number of bids on the Godaddy board today

FMOR.com R for Realty

TESG.com Another nice LLLL.com G for group. Taken in 21 extensions which is middle to good

NDST.com And one more. Again good western letters

iPetFood.com I don’t like I names. I think they are Appleish and sound dated BUT people do associate them with online so…….

ApexConsulting.com At least 29 other companies want this name….or should

Compass.me Give them some direction

Peona.com Not to be confused with Peonia which is a Peony flower. Still a nice flowing brand

Danmer.com The $3K price is definitely not off the name. Has to be the juice

EyeYoga.com Hard to go against any Yoga name that has a well known noun at the front

VisionStreet.com There have been so many names of online business with the word Street in them. You could put a Press Release out saying that this name had been bought out by a big company and nobody would bat an eye

Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids

Project28.com

EverydayConsulting.com

Sleepview.com

RePods.com

JuniorBit.com

LightSoup.com

CannaBotanics.com

RubyCharm.com

ThinkFine.com

Inherit.me

AnonymousCapital.com

CasualPleasure.com

Sondey.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

03w.com
1Airconditioning.com
77EasyRecipes.com
AmiteToday.com
Ashorooq.net
athai.com
BQBR.com
Clifton-Inn.com
SoolMoviez.com
CornwallGB.com
Cube3x.com
DalLibEachParis.com
Dramas.org
Durnet.com
ErayMobile.com
Figurata.com
FinePottery.com
FNVJ.com
GazeMeTrix.com
GeoCitizen.com
GoldenSilents.com
HarmonyFitness.com
Hepcnet.net
hk-car-rental.com
IntenseCoin.com
IranMilitaryForum.net
k12news.com
KaroMed.com
KBVZ.com
Kwadroceramika.com
LifeOfPurposeTreatment.com
LMEZ.com
Madentec.com
MarketOwl.com
MichaelRoopenian.com
MisdemeanorJustice.org
MyRenovationMagazine.com
NeoTraining.com
NewAgeRetailer.com
NGQH.com
PeluSoOpenWater.com
PXUL.com
PYTF.com
Rant.me
RJIY.com
SeoDrive.com
Shopping5.com
StarSessions.com
TallYupAffiliates.com
TheRiverHouseCafe.com
TotallyGreenCrafts.com
TravelPhotographers.net
EUJR.com
Unicorne.org
VillanosenBermudas.com
VPYP.com
Vuzlib.org
VYIJ.com
WholeAuto.com
WoundedSouls.com
x-ppac.org
XFUH.com
XGBU.com
YuanzhiFoods.com
Zinzen.com



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