IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, February 17th, The Big Crypto Experiment

Feb 17 2018


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I’m doing another domain experiment with hand registered Crypto type names. Everyone is welcome to follow along, give input, criticism good or bad. The goal of the exercise is  learn from each other and see if we can pin down  different strategies for selling domains.

All the 335 domains below were hand registered 2 days ago for a rounded up total of $3K. I’ve added all the names registered didn’t leave any out, some or all might be crap, but that doesn’t matter because our goal is to make more than $3K and we have 1 year to do it.  As of yet none of the domains have been priced or added to sales platforms.

If you’re interested, leave a comment below, or if you’d rather email me at [email protected], with your ideas on the best way to price, sell and list the names. If you read this blog on a regular basis, you know that I generally price my names with a reasonable BIN on the major sales platforms but leave the landing page as an open inquiry.

There are no rules here, we can try different things and different prices, for any or all the names. We can try wholesaling the names, preferably towards the end of their domain life cycle.

Also we can make a contest as to  how much money this list will make. We’ll give the winner some kind of prize, maybe a Namescon ticket or free DSAD listings. Just comment with your prediction, for example, $0, $100, $10000, one billion dollars.

So again, I’d like to make this a learning project for everyone both with following any progress and giving input. I’ll write about it even if we lose money, sometimes that’s better learning than making money.

AdditionCoin.com CryptoFlexibility.com iCoinTax.com
AloneCoin.com CryptoFormulate.com iCoinTransfer.com
AmberCrypto.com CryptoHelpful.com iCoinUp.com
AnyoneCrypto.com CryptoImproved.com iCoinYes.com
ApprovedCoin.com CryptoIncredible.com ImmediateCrypto.com
AssistWallet.com CryptoInfuse.com ImportantCoin.com
AuthorizeCrypto.com CryptoInstallation.com IncomingCrypto.com
AvoidCoin.com CryptoInteract.com IncorporateCrypto.com
BenefitCrypto.com CryptoInvestigate.com IncreaseCrypto.com
BlockedCrypto.com CryptoLiberate.com InstallChain.com
BoundCrypto.com CryptoMandate.com InsteadCoin.com
CarryCrypto.com CryptoModified.com InstituteCrypto.com
CaveCrypto.com CryptoMuze.com IntegerCrypto.com
ChainAbove.com CryptoNegotiate.com InventionCrypto.com
ChainActive.com CryptoOnce.com InvisibleCrypto.com
ChainAhead.com CryptoOpponent.com IssueWallet.com
ChainApply.com CryptoOptional.com JarCrypto.com
ChainBargain.com CryptoOrganize.com JuiceCrypto.com
ChainBattle.com CryptoPallet.com KitCrypto.com
ChainBlack.com CryptoPossible.com LessonCrypto.com
ChainDuty.com CryptoProphesy.com LikesCrypto.com
ChainEnhance.com CryptoPursue.com LizardCrypto.com
ChainEnsure.com CryptoRailroad.com LlcCrypto.com
ChainGas.com CryptoRebuilt.com LobbyCrypto.com
ChainInstead.com CryptoRefine.com LocCrypto.com
ChainInstitution.com CryptoResist.com LovelyCrypto.com
ChainMultimedia.com CryptoShortage.com LoverCrypto.com
ChainOriginal.com CryptoSilent.com LuckCrypto.com
ChainPositive.com CryptoSociable.com MightChain.com
ChainSimply.com CryptoStealthy.com MillCrypto.com
ChaoticCrypto.com CryptoStimulate.com ModerateCrypto.com
ChildCrypto.com CryptoStronger.com ModsCrypto.com
ChoseCrypto.com CryptoSurround.com MomCrypto.com
CircuitChain.com CryptoSynopsis.com MoralCrypto.com
CirculateCrypto.com CryptoTug.com MuzeCrypto.com
CivicCrypto.com CryptoUnder.com MyselfCrypto.com
CloveCrypto.com CryptoUplift.com NetworkingChain.com
CoinActual.com CryptoUrge.com NeverCrypto.com
CoinAdded.com CryptoUseful.com NormalChain.com
CoinAnyone.com CryptoUtilize.com OnionCrypto.com
CoinApr.com CryptoVirtually.com OptionalCoin.com
CoinAvoid.com CryptoWillow.com OptionalCrypto.com
CoinBoth.com CryptoYet.com OriginateCrypto.com
CoinCame.com CubCrypto.com OutreachCrypto.com
CoinCertain.com CurriculumCrypto.com PadCrypto.com
CoinCivil.com CustomizeChain.com PigCrypto.com
CoinComprehensive.com CustomizeCrypto.com PlentyCrypto.com
CoinContinue.com DazzleCrypto.com PlugCrypto.com
CoinCopyright.com DebugCrypto.com ProgramWallet.com
CoinCould.com DefendCrypto.com ProspectiveCrypto.com
CoinDeveloping.com DepthCrypto.com PubCrypto.com
CoinExercise.com DesireCrypto.com RabbitCrypto.com
CoinFurther.com DevelopedCoin.com RageCrypto.com
CoinGoes.com DeviantCrypto.com RailCrypto.com
CoinHigher.com DiagnosisCrypto.com RebuildCrypto.com
CoinImprovement.com DialogCrypto.com RelyCrypto.com
CoinInstallation.com DickCrypto.com RescueCrypto.com
CoinInstead.com DimeCrypto.com ResponseCrypto.com
CoinMultiple.com DiscussionCrypto.com RiderCrypto.com
CoinNormal.com DoesCoin.com RollCrypto.com
CoinOptional.com EligibleCrypto.com RougeCrypto.com
CoinOther.com EnactCrypto.com SameCrypto.com
CoinPermission.com EngineerCrypto.com ScholarCrypto.com
CoinPressure.com EnsuringCrypto.com SeemCoin.com
CoinRegular.com EntrepreneurCrypto.com ShockCrypto.com
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CoinResponsible.com EvaluateChain.com SmithCrypto.com
CoinSelected.com ExceedCrypto.com SmithWallet.com
CoinSerious.com FeeCrypto.com SpecialtyCrypto.com
CoinSimilar.com FinallyCoin.com SpiderCrypto.com
CoinSingle.com FlameCrypto.com StatCrypto.com
CoinSuccessful.com FloatCrypto.com StealCrypto.com
CoinThen.com FolkCrypto.com StepWallet.com
CoinThose.com FollowWallet.com StrainCrypto.com
CoinUseful.com ForensicCrypto.com SurvivalCrypto.com
CoinWhole.com FormalChain.com SyntaxCrypto.com
CollateralCrypto.com FormCrypto.com TabooCrypto.com
ComboCrypto.com FormulaChain.com TallCrypto.com
ConfirmCrypto.com FrogCrypto.com TechnicalChain.com
ContinueChain.com FunnelCrypto.com TerribleCrypto.com
CooperationCrypto.com FurtherCoin.com TheoryChain.com
CoordinateCrypto.com FwdCrypto.com ToadCrypto.com
CordCrypto.com GasolineCrypto.com TotallyChain.com
CourageCrypto.com GonnaCrypto.com TracksChain.com
CrashCrypto.com HackerCrypto.com TransportWallet.com
CrewWallet.com HateCrypto.com TrashCrypto.com
CryptoAbounds.com HelpfulChain.com TuitionCrypto.com
CryptoAbove.com HeraldCrypto.com UnboundCrypto.com
CryptoAccountability.com HookCrypto.com UnderstandCoin.com
CryptoAdaptor.com iCoinAccount.com UpdatedCoin.com
CryptoAdjust.com iCoinAlternative.com UpgradeWallet.com
CryptoAlready.com iCoinBlock.com UrgentCrypto.com
CryptoAmend.com iCoinBudget.com VarietyCrypto.com
CryptoAnybody.com iCoinDeal.com VirtuallyCrypto.com
CryptoAnyone.com iCoinDev.com VocalCrypto.com
CryptoAttend.com iCoinDigital.com WalletBeyond.com
CryptoAutonomous.com iCoinEnsure.com WalletBuilt.com
CryptoAvailability.com iCoinExpert.com WalletCertified.com
CryptoAye.com iCoinForum.com WalletFollow.com
CryptoBefore.com iCoinGas.com WalletImprove.com
CryptoBelow.com iCoinGo.com WalletLike.com
CryptoCame.com iCoinKit.com WalletProfessional.com
CryptoCanvass.com iCoinLeader.com WalletRecord.com
CryptoCirculate.com iCoinMobile.com WalletTransport.com
CryptoConsist.com iCoinPayment.com WangCrypto.com
CryptoDisclose.com iCoinRight.com WentCrypto.com
CryptoEach.com iCoinSafe.com WorstCrypto.com
CryptoEligible.com iCoinSecurity.com YouthWallet.com
CryptoEnrollment.com iCoinShare.com
CryptoEquation.com iCoinSilver.com
CryptoEthical.com iCoinSmith.com
CryptoFinite.com iCoinStorage.com

 

Main List

The No Bid List

AccountFee.com  A site that lists businesses that have account fees so you can compare them. It’ll make all kinds of money with the affiliate links

AhSuccess.com  Ah finally success, it’s relaxing, a sense of accomplishment

AllDoneForYou.com  All you need to do is call them and they take care of everything

AskAPolitician.com  If you like hearing bullshit non-committal answers to your questions

BestWit.com   A site with the best witty comments

BitsZone.com

BlockThread.com  Almost BlockChain but not as strong

BrightSuit.com  Reflective clothing for people that don’t enjoy being hit by cars

BulkLogo.com  Mass produce logo’s for all your domains

ChainDate.com  A blockchain scheduling app. You can now look at the blockchain and say “See? You didn’t work this day, 10 years ago”

CoinPorter.com  Move your coins around

CompleteTheTask.com  An app that screams at you when you have unfinished work

DiverClass.com  Learn how to dive

FatalSymptoms.com  Signs of impending death

ForeverPortrait.com  The picture of you that last forever

ForgeFoundation.com  Make a foundation, or the foundation that makes things

GoldFact.com  It’s heavy, used as a store of value, can be made into coins

GoldHour.com  A radio program that’s all about gold

GoldRevival.com  Gold prices are on the rise. Not sure if it is, but there’s always ads about gold

HybridSimple.com

ImproveStaff.com The success of your organization or business depends a lot on the quality of your staff. This site helps develop your staff.

LendYes.com Get a loan

LocateMeQuick.com  A solution for people with Alzheimer or Autism that are prone to walk off, this tracking device lets you find them fast

Manducate.com  Educate a man

MauiCareers.com

MoreTrash.com A site that identifies all the garbage out there

NationalLube.com  Quick oil changes anywhere in the country

NaturalCard.com

NoAccountFee.com  Free accounts, just like the first one, use it for affiliate links to sites with free accounts. Probably works well for banks

NoSilent.com

OneCurve.com

PollHere.com Find out where to vote

PretzelMix.com

RackGas.com  Maybe it’s hash power gas or something relate

SignalSelect.com

SimpleHybrid.com

SirSweater.com  A sweater company

StaffAudits.com  A third party company that evaluates your current staff and staffing needs

StartupAnything.com

TheyGotSkills.com

TimeRegulator.com  Help for people with punctuality issues

ToothLock.com

UniStylist.com  Styles for men, women, trans, pre-trans, pre-gender, poly-gender, gender morphic, gender mutants, ambi-gender, dual gender, tri gender, no gender, puppies, purple dragons, and bridge trolls. Basically a stylist for anyone.

VaultRobot.com

WeCove.com  The private spot just for us

WordSuggest.com  Can’t think of a word? Use word suggest to sound more intelligent

YesWell.com

YourLeverage.com

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

Trapezium.com

PremierMortgage.com

Jeweled.com

eqcoin.com

SuperTimes.com

JustRugs.com

CultureDeluxe.com

ViralGold.com

AnimalNet.com

LegalPundits.com

OptionsForex.com

VintageProducts.com

MamaSource.com

OpenSouth.com

AgencyPeople.com

FormerGlory.com

DataFeeder.com

SpiritualTherapist.com

CyclingTech.com

VisualInfo.com

BreathMaster.com

HumanFinder.com

FamousSpots.com

irubin.com

BrightPhone.com

DemandMart.com

stocktea.com

ilively.com

SiteModify.com

CloudEscape.com

LikeFall.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

ProofPlugin.com  WP plugin to verify users

SEMRadio.com A search engine marketing podcast or radio show

VoipSoftware.com  Talk to anyone in the world on your computer

ResidualPay.com  The pay that keeps on paying

GameTrail.com

WineTutor.com

InstantTeaching.com

UploadCentral.com

DogSpace.com

DeadlyDrug.com

AngerClass.com

GenericSmart.com

CacheStorage.com

VictoryFuel.com

ChainForum.com

Flippa/SEDO

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furj.com
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jtbv.com
fwik.com
dxvp.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

Pugs.net
lilu.net
sffx.net
Temp.tv
wtrg.net
cmst.org
Shot.biz

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

Brandables

Angelry.com
Beozo.com
Consopia.com
Dishio.com
Favasia.com
Nevoe.com
Payoto.com
Scotias.com
Spixie.com
Tassoo.com
Viversy.com
Zadati.com
Zcopia.com
Zoonga.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

04157.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Hangouts.cc
Shot.biz
Cashing.net
Farty.org
Blunter.org
Retroverse.net

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

DotCanna.com
VaporCard.com
JiffyWeed.com
VapeTotal.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

ELodging.com

YogaSport.com

GoExplain.com

DareThem.com

DraftCube.com

GigExpert.com

iWillScore.com

Lawnist.com

RockSkills.com

ShoutToday.com

StainGenie.com

TrackMeal.com

NamePros

Traduttor.com
SlackUSA.com
AwesomeOutfits.com
SocCare.com
Epillon.com

Q0.io
WorldIntro.com
Tradevor.com
Bigdatalearninghub.com
TraderTrack.com

Rich2Richest.com
bCashFactory.com 
Tryouts.co
Xomo4.com
BoysenBerries.org
HandMeDwn.com 
EtherGuide.net
BitCurrencies.org
WebDesigningForums.com
Bitcoingly.com

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Available Names

Available for Reg Fee big list

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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9 comments

  1. Tony

    I will assume a sell-through rate of the typical 1-2% on the 335. That means you will sell about 5. There will be one outlier going for a lot more than the rest which I say is $2000. The rest go for $500. I predict $4,000. I know you will beat that number but at the same time I don’t think crypto names stay hot for another 12 months. I don’t even know if cryptocurrency itself will have any steam left by then.


    1. Post author
      Josh E

      Thanks for the input Tony.

      Curious about your thoughts on crypto names or crypto. If you don’t mind sharing, let us know why you think they’ll lose steam. It’s good to get a balanced view, I only think they’ll sell because they have been in the recent months, but I can only speculate on what the future holds.

      1. Tony

        I’m uncertain about crypto. I was never a believer and ,rationally, agree with Buffett and the CEO’s that have said it is worthless. First saw bitcoin in May 2013 when it was $70 and was too chicken and lazy to get in as it was a hassle back then to buy. FOMO led me to finally get in last December. Got into altcoins like NULS and QTUM b/c they aspire to be China’s Ethereum. Quadrupled my money in four weeks so I pulled out and use profits to buy Schnauzer.com and Podiatrist.com. Got back in when btc was $9K and bought some Vechain at $4 a month ago. Market is just now going up again. I put in enough so that if this crypto party lasts another 12 months, I will have some life changing profits and if it all implodes, not too big a deal except some disappointment. I’m just keeping my hopes in check and maybe that’s why I think it will lose steam by then. Also, 12 months in crypto is like 10 years in real time. Would like to add that if the US gov’t does step in and regulate, it will add legitimacy to the space and I wouldn’t be surprised if the party was extended by 5 years and $20 trillion in market cap.

  2. Rafael

    Blockchain names would have been more valuable. Sold 3 for $1000
    Well, what done is done.

    It depends on the timeline and your strategy.
    Inbound offers:
    $5976.42
    OutBound marketing:
    $14,987.37

    All within 30 days.


    1. Post author
      Josh E

      Rafael, I have some blockchain names, haven’t sold any, but I have sold a ton of coin and crypto names. I actually don’t like them as much since they’re already 2 syllables and 10 characters on their own, I don’t think the majority will be used for brands, but I could be wrong.

      I have no idea how to outbound market names like this, if you know how let me know.

      1. John P

        Where do you sell most of your names? By listing them only (For sale page, Afternic, etc.) with no promotion at all (blog mentions, auctions, etc.)
        How many on a platform vs the For Sale page direct?
        Have most of them been hand regs?


      2. Post author
        Josh E

        I’ve talked about this many times. I list the vast majority of them with BIN prices on the Platforms that accept BIN prices, Afternic, SEDO, Godaddy Premium, though I really need to update SEDO. I haven’t listed anything on there in months, mainly because I’ve been lazy, but also because it has the lowest success rate. Most of my names have a generic Uniregistry landing page, that is not priced, giving me the potential to sell the name for more than the impulse, registration path BIN sale.

        Blog mentions? That seems like a lot of wasted time. I’m not looking to sell any name to anyone reading a domain blog post. Unless they’re at the end of their registration, at which point I might try and auction them before they drop or renew.

        -How many on a platform? All of them
        -All of them have a for sale landing page.

        All the ones listed her are hand reg’d, but the majority of the ones I sell are picked up from the drop. I do sell hand reg’d names, but they’re like 1% of my names. The rest are the expired auction and dropped names.

  3. John P

    How are you generally pricing them?
    Based on past sales for the keyword you are seeing?
    Around or lower than the new GoDaddy Valuation tool?
    Do you change pricing on them during the 12 months you own them? If so, how many times?

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