IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, January 20th

Jan 20 2018


Escrow.com
I’m trying to figure out why someone would register BlockChain + 50% of all available English words, speculating on the future, and then let them all expire just when they start getting popular. Most of these names were created in 2013, so maybe they registered them all for 5 years?

It’s kinda funny in a tragic sort of way: They took a risk, spent all that money registering future Tech domains and got it right. Now Godaddy gets all the profit.

I think we’re getting a little ridiculous at this point with almost any domain with BlockChain  in it are getting bids, some in the hundreds and thousands. I have talked about sales in this niche and have highlighted names available for reg fee, but when you pay hundreds of dollars for speculative long keyword domains your risk to reward, cost/benefit starts getting out of whack.

If we look at any other trending industry and the domains they use, we find that they’re more likely to use a keyword brandable or madeup brandable to establish their identity.  So just be careful, make sure the name your paying a premium for in a hot niche is one that might actually be used by someone.   If your paying Reg Fee, by all means roll the dice, who knows what these crazy people will buy.

On Tuesday Edward pointed out in the comments that the Domaintools sales banner was actually showing the auction price that was not up do date. I had  assumed that since the link in the banner went to Afternic it was the list price before the name had expired.  Nope, for some reason the links that should be going to Godaddy Auctions are going to a blank Afternic page. I’d be pissed if I were domaintools and not getting any commission.

Shane should be in Africa by now. It’s basically complete Anarchy here at DSAD, I can say and do whatever I want.  Actually he’s never told me not to write something or negatively criticized any crazy thing I’ve said.

As Shane has said numerous times, we are a team. All four of us work on different aspects  of the site and play to our strengths. We are able to help each other when needed and can bounce ideas off other team members whenever we want.

Every good team has a leader. Whether  formally named,  or  the person with natural leadership abilities that others defer to, a leader is needed in any organization.  Sometimes, it’s just for direction and vision, sometimes it’s needed for encouragement and accountability. Shane is our leader, and has proven his leadership ability over and over again. Shane mentioned yesterday that there are times when we’ve yelled at each other, It’s been years, but one attribute of effective leadership is being able to adapt, change as needed, embrace new ideas, and admit when you’re wrong. Shane is indeed an effective leader.

In my head that was funnier than it appears in print.

I’m really not kissing his ass, because I don’t need to. He won’t even be reading these for the next couple of weeks so it wouldn’t help anyway.

We’ll miss hanging out with him at Namescon, but there’s always next year, and I envy him and his Adventure.

Main List

The No Bid List

ActivateWallet.com  Used to store all your coins

BestBulb.com  Could be for light or tulips, but the name says it all.

BikeRestore.com  In the Spring get your bike tuned up and ready to ride

BlockChainFun.com  Seriously no bids? This is the company that will revolutionize Fun Ledgering or something like that

BtcDrip.com  Bitcoin Coffee maker, because why not?

BullAnalysis.com  A technical analysis name

CourtTestimony.com   Quick lookup system for court testimony

DiscountDot.com A domain registrar with deals everyday

DuelGlobal.com  Fight a Duel anywhere in the world

EconomicFraud.com

EmpireOfDeath.com  Sounds like a book or  a game

EverythingGlue.com There is nothing that this stuff won’t hold together

FastThrottle.com A racing game

FraudAudit.com  Weed out the fraud in your company

GhostShit.com   Who keeps pooping all over the place? Is it the Ghost?

GiantSwap.com  A really big flea market

HayMower.com  A mower for grass that gets too long

InsuranceCrimes.com

MarketGrower.com

MeArtist.com  A personal blog for an artist

MeMental.com

NoWayDown.com  You can only go up

PlentyZen.com

PortableCanopy.com  AKA Tent

RapidHitch.com  Hook up your trailer quick

SaveRocket.com

SirValet.com  This dude will park your car for you anywhere

SkipPayments.com  A marketing name for something, their hook is that you can skip payments whenever you want

SlotHot.com  A gambling name

StaticStorm.com

SystemChart.com

TerrainMe.com  A hiking app to track the terrain you’ve conquered

TravelAbove.com  Flying

UfoWar.com  Craft flying through the air shooting at each other and we can’t even tell what they are

UltraMug.com  A really cool coffee cup that keeps your coffee hot

WorstJokeEver.com

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

AddButton.com

BlueAstro.com

BrandFix.com

CodeQuery.com

ComputerOutlook.com

DentureExpress.com

FlickMedia.com

FreeAccounts.com

FreeMonth.com

GeekArtists.com

Habiller.com

Hardboiled.com

LoanCoins.com

ImmersionArt.com

MeMobile.com

NoSinner.com

OneNews.com

PetFacts.com

RealityStudios.com

RiskCompliance.com

ShowMeTheBody.com

Tapio.com

WorkCraft.com

WorldYoga.com

BlockChainApparel.com

BlockChainBase.com

BlockChainBasic.com

BlockChainBasics.com

blockchainbox.com

blockchainbtc.com

BlockChainBuild.com

BlockChainBuilder.com

BlockChainCash.com

BlockChainChart.com

BlockChainCode.com

BlockChainDesk.com

blockchaindr.com

BlockChainExaminer.com

BlockChainExplained.com

BlockChainFile.com

BlockChainFuel.com

BlockChainGame.com

BlockChainGuide.com

BlockChainHistory.com

BlockChainHome.com

BlockChainMatrix.com

blockchainmd.com

BlockChainPack.com

BlockChainParty.com

BlockChainPrivacy.com

BlockChainPro.com

BlockChainRisk.com

BlockChainSafe.com

BlockChainService.com

BlockChainSystem.com

BlockChainToday.com

BlockChainTool.com

BlockChainTools.com

BlockChainTracker.com

BlockChainWizard.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

Perm.net  Get curly hair at Perm.net

CustomPayment.com  A payment solution for people with irregular income. Set up different payment amounts based on season. For example say you’re a roofer and don’t work through the winter, you can customize your home payments to only pay during the working months

MilitaryEquipment.com  Need a tank or rocket launcher? Visit this site

CoinDirectory.com  Search through thousands and thousands of Coin and Tokens being traded to find the perfect one

CoinRevolution.com  We’re basically in  a coin revolution now.

CyberSheet.com

NetScription.com

SeafoodHarvest.com

Montery.com

BrightRealty.com

WebsiteTool.com

CrossBoard.com

UploadCentral.com

DiscountFlower.com

VisualComposer.com

Retributions.com

Flippa/SEDO

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Your LLLL.coms of The Day

ggok.com
mggr.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

ecee.org
efmm.net
zgkj.net
hkcl.org

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

p1a.com
opz.us
vrd.cc
kwo.org

Brandables

Ahizo.com
Bulbosa.com
Bundona.com
Camowa.com
Capingo.com
Cardsio.com
Cashaja.com
Davoir.com
Divinal.com
Dualfy.com
Emeroid.com
Enseri.com
Fitigo.com
Floodz.com
Hirley.com
Intrebo.com
Jolopy.com
Mozape.com
Piplia.com
Potrillo.com
Prazeria.com
Skatena.com
Synolo.com
Tastye.com
Unuta.com
Yelov.com
Yubimo.com
Zaqora.com
Zoreg.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

128551.com
128552.com
59lj.com
fh37.com
j375.com
n592.com
qs39.com
xs82.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Frees.info
Flats.cc
Mileage.us
Florescent.net
Gryphon.tv
Brag.me
Tuts.cc
Dually.net
Remoter.net

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

MuchWeed.com
VeganBull.com
TestVegan.com
HerbHeritage.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

Bnext.com

41343.com

INMC.com

NamePros

Reptiles.info
AllCatFood.com
AirExports.com
InteractiveClothes.com
ATISM.net

ScanAdware.com
Roody.com
SilentAlarmClock.com
RadialGraph.com
LearnMandarin.net

HostingPerks.com
Jullio.net
SwitchingInsurance.com
SafeCoating.com
BarterTool.com

Godaddy Value BIN

Godaddy Value BIN

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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7 comments

  1. Mike Sallese

    Josh,

    It was pointed out elsewhere that the lady who registered all of those blockchain names 5 years back unfortunately passed away this past year.

    I agree with you that not all of the names have tremendous value and price paid could limit ROI. That said- there are some gems as well!

    Cheers,
    Mike

    1. Travis M.

      Well that sucks. A good reminder that someone needs to know that you have a valuable portfolio and what to do with it. I’ll have my wife get help from Shane or Josh if it happens to me.

  2. Tom

    And here I am unable to sell my crypto names for just above reg price on namepros..

    I was able to get BlockSmarty . com after you posted it on here a couple months back Josh, and I’ve turned it into a YT channel that’s been going well. I appreciate your hard work posting these names!


    1. Post author
      Josh E

      Thanks Tom,
      Namepros can be a good place to find deals, but I would never expect to use it as a primary sales platform other than small flips or dumping inventory. Remember you should be trying to sell to end users not bargain hunting Domainers, or at least waiting on end users. If you need to burn inventory as a stop loss, it can be a good place to sell. Obviously not every name will sell to an end user. My point has been that higher than average amount of crypto names are selling to end users.

      1. Tom

        Honestly that’s what I was trying to do – some quick flips. The names are NewestICOs and AbundantCoins both .com

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