IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, December 15th

Dec 15 2018

Escrow.com

I’m not really sure what’s going on with today’s auction, maybe someone’s API bidding tool is broken. There’s about 30 7N’s with bids and a bunch of 4L org’s.  There’s nothing special about either group that I can tell. Normal 6n chips, normal as in nothing fancy, have been dropping all month. A few weeks ago there was around 15K of them and most are still available to register.

It seems insane wasting money buying 6n’s at auction, and completely bat shit crazy buying 7n’s in any setting. This from someone that had a quite of few of both. 🙂 I actually can still see the value of 6n’s theoretically, but not practically. I used to think that since anyone can remember a 7 or 10 digit phone number a 6 digit numeric domain is super easy to remember, but who remembers phone numbers anymore? I used to have all kinds of phone numbers memorized simply from the frequency of use, but now I couldn’t tell you 95% of the numbers I call regularly.

Speaking of phones, I get a ton of spam and robo calls. I think everyone does, but I made the mistake of using my real phone number  on the whois info a couple of years ago. That was a mistake, even before the IRS scam calls, I would get calls from India from “app developers” who were scraping whois data.

I don’t answer numbers I don’t have in my phone unless I’m expecting a call, but it’s still a pain in the ass silencing my phone 25 times a day as the same scams spoof different numbers.

I found a fun solution in an app. It’s called RoboKiller, and it screens and answers suspected spam or robo calls with funny prerecorded messages. You can listen to the recording of  spammer trying and talk to your random or selected fake message.

 

Click the links for current prices, most links are commissionable and fund the operation.

Rando.com or RanDo.com  probably works better as the first one, nice little brandable or a single word that means: “a person one does not know, especially one regarded as odd, suspicious, or engaging in socially inappropriate behavior.”

Main List

The No Bid List

ArtOfValor.com sounds like a book

BecomeClever.com  training or brain exercising to help you be more clever

BigReduction.com  Get rid of a lot of something

BlockChainFact.com  A blockchain FAQ

BoneProtector.com like a helmet

ChoiceTire.com  The tires that you want

CupOfHealth.com  Reminds me of chicken noodle soup on a cold day

DotFraud.com  A site that tracks shenanigans in the domain world

EliminatePro.com  Professional eliminator, probably gets rid of bugs, but could be a hitman service

EveryoneKnow.com  A way to tell everyone something, or make sure they know

GiftMyself.com  Your very own gift registry, just for you

HealthTestKit.com  Seems like a good billboard marketing name if there is such a thing

HighOnAir.com  A vape name for cannabis

HybridUniversity.com  Part college part trade school

IfTheyCouldTalk.com  What would animals or babies say if they could talk? one of my favorites on the list I think

ImmediateEffect.com  No waiting for results

iNeedABoost.com  A power drink or supplement

InsureChild.com  Buy life insurance or some other insurance product for kids

JuiceExtract.com  Squeeze the juice out of something and drink it. Squeeze extra hard and oil comes out… I don’t think that’s how it works, but it seems like you can get oil out of all kinds of things that also have juice. And what about milk? How can you get milk out of nuts? I just drank coffee with almond milk in it. I know there’s nut oil, but how do you get milk out of a nut?

KeepPassword.com  An app that securely keeps all of your passwords

LimitlessService.com  all the service you can handle

LookingAfterYou.com  A home health care service

LoveDragons.com  Who doesn’t love dragons?

LoveToSee.com There are many things that I love to see

MoreZest.com

NitroJoe.com   Coffee with a bang

OurGreatBigDay.com  Maybe a wedding photo site

PleaseLeaveNow.com  Just go, we don’t wanna see you around here anymore

ReduceTheBill.com

RelevantPeople.com  A site about people that make a difference

SelfSalvation.com save yourself

SexConsultancy.com  When you have questions, or maybe a fertility clinic

SilentRepublic.com representative government of pantomimes

SpaceUniversal.com

StupidGoat.com  Could be an IPA

SynergyVitamin.com  A vitamin that brings about harmony and works to amplify your bodies natural abilities

ThisLine.com

TireKey.com  I think my tires have a key that needs to be inserted to get one of the lug nuts off

TokenResearch.com

VacationAhead.com  A name that makes you look forward to a fun vacation

WeirdJournal.com  Stories of the weird variety

YourAnswerIs.com

YumNetwork.com  delicious food

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

SickOdds.com

OurStories.com

GoKey.com

ilovewinter.com

LifeTags.com

cvote.com

FocusOnWomen.com

MikeFisher.com

GolfNook.com

indoorz.com

ClubZilla.com

FlyingTuna.com

FreeCove.com

HomemadeHealthy.com

FairMechanics.com

ThaiSchool.com

cbdprivate.com

vehan.com

AssistHearing.com

zorow.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

LiIi.com

BigTool.com

SoftPlex.com

CommuterVan.com

OnlineChatroom.com

AppraisalReport.com

exoterra.com

RareDisorders.com

SnapMortgage.com

StaffWear.com

ColdStove.com

BrightHop.com

CheapRepair.com

WorldPolice.com

FixingIt.com

WalletPro.com

TrueBurger.com

Flippa/SEDO

Your LLLL.coms of The Day

srxn.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

Glad.info
zzhl.org
cxfs.org
hwdh.org
aqfs.org
lkkp.org
dlfx.org
xjst.org
nxca.org
Eden.info
qzec.org
dlzg.org
jmof.org
iwip.org

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

f-1.com
69w.cc

Brandables

Athery.com
Azzlo.com
Bonean.com
Chemsen.com
Cryptocio.com
Delinery.com
Dressli.com
Frandizo.com
Funroo.com
Gemoko.com
Givaty.com
Kamoot.com
Napplo.com
Oberico.com
Perib.com
Poriba.com
Recing.com
Romandy.com
Scooze.com
Sorbize.com
Virval.com
Volvate.com

Some Numbers

420101.com
82321395.com
118899.org
81147.org
718518.com
6811512.com
6811516.com
6811517.com
6811526.co

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Volcano.cc
Snowboarding.cc
Relieving.org
Cameos.org
Organizing.tv
Selfless.tv
Embarked.org
Insular.net
Gushes.net
Secede.net
Inflict.cc
Rebuild.cc
Hemi.biz
Blocky.org
Fogging.org

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

GrowingHash.com
HashServe.com
NightPot.com
PotFrenzy.com
PotManiac.com
SecurityCanna.com
VapeByte.com
WinVegan.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

NamePros

RPAR.com
RummyForum.com
PredictionRobot.com
CryoTherapyGlobal.com
Lumbada.com

Etkos.com
Grabble.org
LocksmithCommercial.com
ResidentialTalk.com
BabyStuff.org

WorldLearners.org
Cafe.firm.in
Eatable.org
DataEncryption.io 
CouponDiscount.org
WalletAction.com
CryptoStair.com
BitcoinCashBooster.com
CoinsFuze.com
Cryptoaire.com

Godaddy Value BIN

Godaddy Value BIN

Available Names

Available for Reg Fee big list

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1 comment

  1. chris gera

    The number domains have fascinated me. Apparently based on scarcity, and the Chinese demand. However, no end user uses one. At least SOME Dutch did use tulips.

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