IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, September 7th

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Every time I hear about a .club sale from the Registry I’m reminded that the the registry is the domainer and I wonder why we even pay attention or care about the sale.

Alright, maybe it’s not a complete lack of caring, but the information doesn’t apply to anything I do. A registry selling domains at end user prices is a closed market as far as I’m concerned. Sure, maybe it gives some insight on the future of domains or is a measure of the adoption rate of new GTLD’s, but it’s a completely different sport when the registry is playing the role of the domainer.

We have this focused product (NGTLD’s) that in most cases is something specific, a word that can only be paired with a finite number of other words to make any sense. Then all of those possible word combinations are parsed down so that any that appear to have commercial value are sold a premium prices or end user retail.

If this is the case why would I look at anything else in the extension? Do I think I can find some great word combination at normal registration fee, that the people dedicated to nothing else but selling these things might have missed? Maybe it’s possible, but not worth the effort.

If I ran one of the registry’s I would be doing the same thing. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with them being the domainer. It’s probably the only way to make them work long term. Most of them are so specific or geared to a certain niche, that the only way they’ll make money is to sell the few best combinations at premium prices.

These extensions may have a place, hell maybe they’ll replace .com down the road, who knows, but as it stands I don’t even care about them other than a short passing fancy. I don’t have any skin in the game, I don’t want any skin in the game and I don’t think there’s any skin or game to be had.

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Main List

The No Bid List

ArtisticRhythm.com Get the artist in the groove
AwesomeTrucks.com Everyone wants an awesome truck
CertLocker.com The place to keep and track all your certifications
CoinRepair.com Fix broken coins?
ConfidentialChain.com Completely anonymous
CredibleAuthority.com sounds legit
CuteRead.com
DeepHaze.com Sounds like a Canna name
DidCheck.com
EdBlocks.com Educational blocks, could be actual building blocks for kids or more metaphoric
EpicHits.com
ForOurCountry.com
FullFlag.com
GeneticExpert.com knows all there is to know about genes
GiggleFish.com
GuruGym.com
HealthyRight.com
HerRush.com
iBuildRoads.com
iClimbed.com
IdentifyCalls.com usually a standard feature on most phones, but they are words that kind of go together, but probably would never sell
InventoryCheck.com
KeepYourCalm.com
LendMeThat.com
MightySquad.com
NowRate.com
OurTotal.com
PodSeat.com
QuickResponseTeam.com
RageReady.com
ReadyOut.com
ReallyWill.com
SightGrid.com
StudyWithTheBest.com
TalkYouUp.com
TheOnePower.com
TightBonds.com
VanishStain.com
WealthHand.com
WhichGo.com

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

OpenOcean.com
Gamequarium.com
RentACondo.com
HalloweenMart.com
CodeLane.com
Sandwood.com
CandyBear.com
Russa.com
SleepJuice.com
Jubily.com
Minma.com
AppleSky.com
ZooParty.com
MakeSmiles.com
AuditNow.com
SSwift.com
PatriotCbd.com
MyBarista.com
CarPlant.com
CityStrong.com
Naffy.com
Heartpreneur.com
Chatzo.com
ErcToken.com
GreatOutlet.com
CloudHelpers.com
TokenBonus.com
BidProxy.com
PassionWine.com
TecHour.com
StorageCredit.com
CoinRecords.com
MoreLease.com
MissIdea.com
Camcot.com
SyncPal.com
Ryanet.com
XLeaks.com
Tyfee.com
Caveja.com
DayPet.com
Tallava.com
Masica.com
ShareControl.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

InteractiveTherapy.com
Cadlock.com
DramaGuild.com
PolyView.com
BrakeHose.com
DirectDesigns.com
HerbalWisdom.com
ElectricSafety.com
optro.com
TheInspection.com
schwetz.com
PlusLogo.com
AlphaClinic.com
Safemaker.com

Flippa/SEDO

Your LLLL.coms of The Day

ywda.com
bjiy.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

mboa.info
crcr.org
zeon.us
dtms.org
tvhd.tv

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

rn5.com
bxb.org
Oh1.net
pn0.net
60x.net

hfy.cc
btn.cc

Brandables

adeeza.com
bitnics.com
emmaIs.com
enlotto.com
flexolo.com
Incoloro.com
inopsis.com
inoxon.com
inverial.com
izmee.com
opdor.com
provezo.com
snapoly.com
tursin.com
zyaas.com

Some Numbers

222887.com
35789.net
136039.com
115878.com
877238.com
529866.com
874215.com
810528.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Inversion.cc
Guardians.info
Programming.cc
Democracy.cc
Backfire.net
Trekkie.net
Pushed.org
Firebreak.org
Crewed.org
Unaffordable.net

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

LionCannabis.com
SteadyVape.com
StrainCannabis.com
VapeSurge.com
WolfCannabis.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

NamePros

Iyby.com
Fipta.com
LongBeachCalifornia.com
Sapphiric.com
Bakae.com

Narkologia.com
USATender.com
Wesei.com
Zodiacy.com
BrandingTribe.com

FTPTalk.com
NameWant.com
NameTax.com
HempetShop.com
CelebrityScooter.com
Symbbol.com
ChainTechno.com 
TheBrand.club
BuyFromSales.com
Go2Net.org

Godaddy Value BIN

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Available Names

Available for Reg Fee big list

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One Reply to “IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, September 7th”

  1. agree. also when the extension is a word, it can just be added to a .com (dance.club or DanceClub.com) you cant have Danceio.com though.

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