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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday, December 17th, 2020

I’ve given the talk probably 50 times this month. Trying to explain why something has value. My answer is because people want it to have value. There doesn’t have to be anything that actualy makes it valuable in the physical or use sense. It merely has to be perecieved as valuable. Anything collectible that isn’t an actual signature or touched by the originator has to have perceived value. It doesn’t matter that Mikey Mantle’s first card has 5 of them. Its still an old piece of paper that isn’t from him, touched by him, or originate in any way from him. It’s merely a piece of paper with his picture and some stats. But people loved him and it represents something to them. That’s all it takes. Throw in a few sales and Boom. Value.

It’s much easier to explain when there is use. A car, a domain, even a watch. But even those can have astronomical value because of something unique or special that goes above any real use value. It represents something. Art is a perfect example of perceived value. Some of the most valuable pieces of art are nothing in terms of talent. Banksy isn’t a great artist in the sense of skills. He has other gifts. Norman Rockwell on the other hand had once in a lifetime artistic ability. But who and what becomes valuable is a constant ebb and flow. Trying to catch that flow has always been my goal. Sometimes I do, most times I don’t. But I am better than 99% of people. My latest flow is NFT art. I find it so interesting. I find the whole market interesting. I certainly won’t be spending big money but I will be doing some research over the winter to learn more about it.

Obviously all this started with bitcoin and crypto moves yesterday. I have been all over the board with it. I’m in pretty good but only because I sold a few domains for crypto and left it. It got me in for six figures by chance. Just happened to get them all sold right before crypto kicked it. Now everyone is back asking why its valuable. My answer. Because people think it is and my feeling is more people will feel this way every year.

So here’s my question for you. What are some usual assets that you see becoming valuable down the road? I’m always looking for new things. Would love to hear what you are looking at. Nobody ever comments here so let’s hear it

Domain of the Day: JuiceCleanse.com Top price on the board today. And the most bids. Just screams “I live in California”

Quote of the Day:To figure out who rules over you, figure out who you’re not allowed to criticize.” – Voltaire

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Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup

9H.io Super short dot io that doesn’t come up very often

CleanWater.co Explains exactly what you do

IPO.vc Closes early, don’t forget

Bitmine.io Fits the dot io tld well

RattleSnake.co Think about how much the dot com is worth so you know this has some value

Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Action

Zoco.co I think these CVCV that rhyme make nice brands

ProxyServer.co People are always searching for proxy servers. Just not sure how you make money

BenDover.com I knew a guy with this name and he was made fun of because of what this domain really is Bend Over

SSchool.com Auto correct is going to make it school every time. But its a heck of a lot cheaper

RealApparel.com taken in 10 extensions. 21 years old

BrainPep.com No bidders. I know I could use some brain pep in the morning

BrainWorkouts.com Better name but much much more expensive

Ambulance.io In case of technical emergency

TheDream.org Love this one. Great for fulfilling wishes

Actions.io Don’t know if you know this but they speak louder than words

MyBee.org Yeah yeah, I should buy this. If it were plural I would.

Chlorine.io It cleans everything

PureWhite.org Just how Trump likes it

CryptoLive.io This is where camel casing is important. Displays as CryptOlive

BitcoinPriest.com Gets some great traffic. Used to be a bitcoin site directory

Behafe.com Yes with the F. Its expiring and gets a lot of traffic

Godaddy Domains With Bids

GivingMe.com and MeJoy.com me, me, me

FinancialHoldings.com A bit boring but some of the most boring names are in this space.

Moqs.com Minimum Order Quantities

LKAL.com Only taken in 6 extensions so not a lot of use. But L for League always helps

NorthFleet.com I see a transportation name here

MyDreamland.com My favorite ribs are Dreamland ribs but obviously can be anything

BlockChainLearning.com People are going to be all over this because it looks like it would be cool tech

Incendium.com I feel like I should mine for this

Dazal.com I’m in on any 5L that is decent under $100

CleanInnovation.com 19 years old and taken in 12 extensions

NameWho.com Solid name for someone in our field

SEO NAMES (Bids for the Backlinks)

ThorTrains.net You looking for some train backlinks?

BackPain-Guide.com So much money in pain

DowntownCharlottesville.net Old tourism site I believe

LefseRecords.com For those building a music site

Godaddy Domains with One or No Bids

CalBaptist.com

CadAd.com

Ubomi.com

BeChallenged.com

CatchVid.com

Team888.com

PocketDentist.com

SocialGrab.com

Rarest.net

CricketCentral.com

SeedToGrow.com

MyFungus.com

RayGunz.com

EnergyCompany.org

NitroClinic.com

LoveMyFrames.com

MarkMajor.com

HardyStock.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Domains with Bids

05145.com
48676.com
62773.com
AmateurAsianVideo.com
AnimateChannel.com
AshokjainGallery.com
AutismOnline.com
BonbonHomeAndGarden.com
ByndApp.com
CommunityCulture.com
compusol.org
d-fwmall.com
Donk.net
EarthWater-Stencils.com
EhiPrimarycare.com
ElpasoTacoRestaurant.com
EmailTextMessages.com
Eniwa-jc.com
f3euroseries.com
FelixDeon.com
Fions.com
Gifjia.com
GiveMeKeys.com
HiFormAnce.com
HopewellWorkshop.com
HourWaist.com
janetwhardy.com
Katlee.com
KTZO.com
MailSploit.com
MomVaccines.org
MumbaiPolice.org
MyLittleCraftBlog.com
NorthernMedicalBelize.com
pcqhra.org
PresidentKamalaHarris.com
PutneyCoop.com
raiawadunia.com
RobBio.com
RTrek.com
SacramentoRecoveryHouse.org
SageByHughes.com
TheGroveGrill.com
ThreeNet.com
TKUX.com
Viaeromanae.org
VoipWiki.com
VOMessenger.com
WitQuotes.com
Xuepuyu.com
Ywtmly.com


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One Reply to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday, December 17th, 2020”

  1. ” It merely has to be perceived as valuable” – Completely true.

    What you’re seeing with crypto is that even large institutions see this as the ultimate hedge against the decline (or even collapse) of the USD.

    But one key reason why Bitcoin and (especially) Ethereum will continue to climb is because when you own these cryptocurrencies, what you really own is a piece of a platform that is/are among the most secure on earth – and will continue to get more robust each and every day. So, you essentially own ‘shares’ in those platforms.

    And, over time, new and wonderful use-cases will start to emerge on those platforms – Ethereum, in particular, as ‘the world’s computer.’

    So while these may not qualify as “usual assets” (per your question), Shane, you’re definitely in the ‘right place’ at this point.

    But only thing that’s going to be more valuable than the shares/coins is the underlying brands, themselves (and the associated IP).

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