IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday, December 5th

Dec 05 2017


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I’ve talked about coin and crypto names several times, specifically how they’re selling to end users over and over. Who knows, maybe it’s not end users, just crazy people paying retail. Obviously as retail sales increase, wholesale speculation also increases. If you look down the page at the “with bids” section, BitCoinMark.com  is at $50 with the whole day to go. It seems like you can pair any word with a crypto term and make a domain that will sell.

Contrast this with other recent trends like VR, drone, Mj, maybe cloud and I think we find an explosion of growth and sales that doesn’t even compare. These other keyword trends are viable upcoming  industries or industries already making significant strides in their tech. We’ve seen tons of names sell wholesale, traded with a perceived intrinsic value, but there simply isn’t the end user demand we see in the crypto space.

I know I’m not really comparing apples to apples,  but I think there’s a couple of concepts to take away from this.  The first is to consider any barriers that would keep people from entering a particular industry.  While there may be a ton of great Drone or VR names, there aren’t enough businesses or ideas to use even of fraction of them. With crypto being a potential gateway to a whole slew of businesses and ideas, more of these names will be used, allowing us to sell numerous keyword variation brands. The average person can have a stake in the action by trading currency and investing through ICO’s, developing ideas, or blogging about the next big coin.

Like I said before, it doesn’t matter if the whole thing collapses, is fake, and or most of these companies fail, because right now there is enough money pumping in to the industry for us to supply them with retail domains over and over again.

This made me think of another concept involving domain sales and the overall strength of an industry. Is there a way to track domain sales and development to parley that into other successful investments instruments involving said industry? In other words a spike in domain purchases and development should give us indicators of other opportunity or could be used as a barometer to gauge or value a particular industry.

Domain of the day: l22.com  reserve not yet met

Main List

The No Bid List

AllHearsay.com A legal name, use it as a call to action to hire a great attorney. ” When you know you’re guilty, we’ll make them think it’s AllHearsay.com”

AllTaxReturn.com Get your taxes done by these guys, it’s all they do.

BlockLender.com Lend crypto currency

BonePack.com No idea what you do with it, but it sounds cool

ComeLocal.com  No need to go far

DataVehicle.com A new device/concept  to transport data

DoDecide.com   Times up, figure it out

DreamsInAction.com Turning dreams into reality, Action makes me think it’s happening now

ElevateVenture.com A brand for a VC

EquityVault.com  Where you store monetary things

EverSore.com  Always sore

EverydayDrama.com  A gossip blog

FightBar.com Remember bar poker? They still have it some places but it used to be big before the Justice department shut down online poker. Now imagine fight club and the idea of bar poker rolled into one. Weekly fight tournaments at your local bar.

FireMile.com Sounds like a race, maybe over hot coals

FloodProblem.com  A company that installs sump pumps

FundPossible.com  We make your funding possible

HardGrade.com Graded products, Soft Grade and Hard Grade

IntimateLogic.com

JourneyComfort.com Travel in leisure

LightLot.com

LoneCitizen.com I see a person promoting an issue, standing by themselves against all odds

MeMaps.com Your own personal maps, for people with no sense of direction

MenMoment.com

MightyPad.com A note app

MineTask.com Mine your crypto

MrJackets.com All this buy sells is Jackets, so he knows his business

NannyForce.com all Nanny Force for all your nanny needs

NewDebt.com

NoSugarNeeded.com  It’s naturally sweet

OilOfEarth.com

Patchily.com Fix holes

PortalForever.com

PrintSwipe.com

PurposeDaily.com  Have purpose everyday or you’ll just be floating around

PutForth.com

Rastering.com

ReflectGold.com

Repetitivo.com

RocketEgg.com

SelfAssign.com  Give yourself tasks without waiting for someone else to do it

SellLess.com

SensibleDad.com

ShockMode.com  Turn it from kill to shock mode

SkillToWork.com

SlugBarrel.com  A shotgun barrel for shooting slugs instead of shot

SpotCertify.com

SuccessAfter.com

Suitza.com Sell suits with this brand

SupportTomorrow.com Plan for the future

ThatIsALie.com

TopGarlic.com

UpperForex.com

VillageGrid.com

WatchFollow.com

WeTourist.com

WhatsLifeAbout.com

YesIAmRight.com

YouAlso.com

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

PrimeFinancial.com

Solders.com

OptimalRoute.com

LaPapa.com

ViralPay.com

OwnYour.com

iplow.com

rankseo.com

Postponing.com

LikeFashion.com

TheKeynote.com

CryptoHippo.com

EtherDigital.com

Dyslexie.com

Multifold.com

ComeOnOver.com

BitCoinMark.com

SoSecure.com

TechHired.com

Vague.org

GoFriendly.com

CannabisCultivars.com

420toke.com

GroupTube.com

Fluencies.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

NyRestaurant.com
Liferaft.com
InternetInsure.com
SoccerLove.com
GoldPride.com
nyio.com
NewNursing.com
LawGeneral.com
LosingFat.com
IndustryTrends.com
NetTown.com
AquaStep.com
CityNutrition.com
frava.com
TotalVisibility.com
BudSocial.com
WarOnPain.com
SharedVault.com

Flippa/SEDO

BitcoinMining247.com

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Your LLLL.coms of The Day

nrqu.com
mvjy.com
xkqu.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

Riza.net
ydyc.org
xssn.net
bsqd.net
ttlt.net
lwqs.net
swmp.net

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

stz.co
nky.me
bsp.co
l22.com
shxhq.com
psdfw.com
sfsqw.com
xxbbw.com
bymyw.com
jnxzw.com
pmpnw.com

Brandables

Alpada.com
Alvasa.com
Dasiono.com
Datiqo.com
Dezible.com
Emifia.com
Glatio.com
Goopies.com
Hampzy.com
Jeckie.com
Kattal.com
Luchex.com
Monetizio.com
Mothiva.com
Petzia.com
Phout.com
Renatha.com
Shopizio.com
Skillent.com
Squizzles.com
Varrea.com
Vaxzy.com
Veleta.com
Whipler.com
Zugoz.com
Zylent.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

3474.com
322911.com
339138.com
989185.com
16ss.com
219z.com
69hn.com
79pq.com
k953.com
lg65.com
ln85.com
up36.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

OctoberFest.net
SmartChoices.net
NotNow.org
Hands.cc
Vague.org
Unforgiving.org
Sarasota.me
OneWoman.net
Median.cc
HelpShare.org
Testimonial.cc
Sort.us
Flush.cc
GoldVault.org
RightCall.net
Hippa.co

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

CannaChest.com
CannaEngineer.com
HighHelp.com
KushArmor.com
KushMeet.com
MrToke.com
ProToque.com
CannaFolks.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

Flov.com

investmentportal.com

DrPlan.com

NamePros

TopEarningIdeas.com
EmailsDaily.com
JsCodes.com
DroneBandits.com
DroneHangers.com

LicenseRecovery.com
InflatableToys.net
BurnKits.com
DroneDivers.com
BikingAccessories.com

PropertyIceland.com
CashOnly.com
IndiaPhoneService.com 
TestStatus.com
SpamWords.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. Ategy

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    “I know I’m not really comparing apples to apples”
    Red Delicious Apple = 100% 🙂 … Steve Jobs Apple = 0% 🙁
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    I’m pretty sure my little dog Steamie would know what to do with BonePack 🙂
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    BTW .. JoshGosh // com is it $11 closeout! 😉
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    PS .. You’re not allowed listing a name like RocketEgg without some sort of silly comment … otherwise what’s the point of even listing it?


    1. Post author
      Josh E

      I know I know, I run out of time and energy. I have delusions of grandeur but then say screw it, this is enough.

  2. Ategy

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    I think the big difference with Crypto is scope .. as it has both huge money .. but also a huge base of people engaged in making money. So that makes a huge amount of people WITH MONEY starting blogs or businesses (or thinking/trying to).
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    Plus although I’m not so sure about the large scale future of crypto currencies .. blockchain technology itself certainly has the potential to be ground-changing not just for finance .. but a whole whack-ton of stuff across a rather broad spectrum.
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    With everything else there may be good money floating around .. but there’s still a (relatively) limited number of people/companies that will actually profit compared to those currently making (or semi-realistically dreaming of making) money in crypto. Bitcoin has jumped so high that some have more disposable income than they ever dreamed they would have.
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    Unlike with drones or Cannabis .. there’s only a limited number of manufactures, distributors, retailers and reviews. Don’t get me wrong .. they’re still a great new and growing industry that shouldn’t be ignored, but it’s not the same thing.
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    I grabbed CryptoDisco the other day .. two seemingly unrelated terms .. but it was so punchy and fun I just couldn’t resist! And talking about all this makes me less satisfied about 3 amazing Cannabis domains that are hitting my account today!
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    I’m still really curious as to what’s going to happen on the regulations front. Governments are not going to ignore crypto much longer once bureaucratic accountants start telling the politicians how much money is being lost in taxes. Same holds true with law enforcement waving a red flag when they say how much drug money is being exchanged through crypto. With bitcoin jumping over $10,000 .. in theory now (*I think*) transactions of 1 bitcoin (at $10k+) or more needs to go through FinTRAC protocols .. essentially making anonymous transactions/exchanges of 1 BTC or more illegal (well .. it would be already if I’m right on that .. although I’m really not 100% sure what types of $10k transactions are exempt from FinTRAC).


    1. Post author
      Josh E

      All good points Ategy, that’s what I was trying to convey. There are roughly the same amount of names possible for each industry. (industry keyword +every other damn letter combination) It’s important to break down each industry and look at the variables. VR in particular was crazy for awhile, with names being traded everyday but not many end user sales. It’s something to think about with any name genre we invest in.

      1. Ategy

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        Yups .. I guess we’ll see what happens .. doesn’t hurt that Crypto has been all over the news the last few weeks. Cannabis has been in the news here in Canada as it’s getting ready to go legal nationwide next year .. but that’s just here .. needs to be global to really have full effect (or at least big in the USA).
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        Also .. There’s 2 sides to the “coin” so to speak. Given the more or less fixed variations of quality names as you say .. the other side is not just demand in terms of volume and number of people/companies .. but economic power is a factor often not discussed .. so when you have a volume of people with huge wallets .. then we’re going to see some money being made in the domains (hopefully .. lol).
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        I have quite a few Cannabis names despite not being a smoker of anything .. probably due to listen to Drew too much on Sherpa! lol .. I don’t have too many VR or Crypto domains though (4 of each it seems after quick search .. all .com’s) .. just ones I *think* are really really good:
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        HoloDaze – One of my favourite domains .. sounds like the word everyone loves “Holidays” .. but also implying the Holo is so good it puts you in a Daze! 😉
        VRPPV (VR Pay Per View) – Definitely a holder
        VRShares
        VRShed
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        EthVC – Ethereum Venture Capital (I know “Eth” is spelled right .. lol .. not sure about the full word .. which actually makes just “Eth” more valuable IMO)
        CoinChronicles – I just kinda liked the alliteration
        CryptoDisco – I really love this for some reason! 🙂
        CryptoDictionary – Because 99% of the world really don’t have a clue! lol

  3. Bob

    I have 360Crypto.com for sale at Sedo – Crypto360.com sold for $9895 USD in October 2017 by Sedo with a new live website due to start tomorrow!

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