Domain Spotlight:

Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday, May 7th, 2021

Escrow.com

I talked about it a bit on twitter but Handshake domains still have a major flaw. While the strings or upper level TLDs are decentralized the sub domain that are being bought are not. They have to pay a renewal fee or they lose it. Add in the fact that the level above them is anonymous and decentralized. Do you want to build your company on a domain that is owned by a shadow with zero rules or regulations. You literally have nobody being accountable. That simply doesn’t work.

Anonymity is good but its really tough to do business with it. Love or hate Godaddy, despite what people say, they have rules and regulations to follow and you get to keep your domain if you pay your fee. Yes the Brent Oxley debacle put some fears into this idea but overall there is confidence. There are a lot of “they could” but those haven’t come in to play yet in the first 25 years. The people screaming they could have their own agenda to push.

What I have found is that most people looking for financial change have the most to gain if it does. Because they are not part of the current system and need the system to change in order for them to profit. That doesn’t mean the change would be a bad thing, it merely means that those that want change will be the first to point out errors.

I despise ICANN. Their wasteful spending and personal greediness is ridiculous. But there has to be some sort of governing body to protect consumers. It can’t be a free for all. There has to be accountability somewhere. In crypto it is the exchanges. They are regulated. In blockchain domains something similar will happen. There will be some legal backbone behind it. Otherwise the only secure way to do it is to buy the top level and build. Not building on someone else’s.

I am are sure smarter people than me have figured all this out. Steve Webb and Mike Carson are years ahead of everyone else. They are the ICANN of Handshake. And they are fantastic people and I consider them friends. They will figure all of this out. But I think we all agree there is still a lot to figure out.

Quote of the Day: “A mistake repeated more than once is a decision.” –Paulo Coelho

Domain of the Day: SmartTracker.com Apple just came out with them so you know the market is HUGE

Remember to click the links to see the current prices and if you are going to pay for a name do it while visiting DSAD.com. It pays for the gas to run the ship.

Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup

323.io I don’t usually buy NNN but if its special I will (like 123)

Replacement.io Switch it out

Rainbow.gg the money is in Rainbows and unicorns

Her.vc Her/she

Car.ac Seems like a pretty popular keyword

Namejet, Sedo, and Catched.com Names at Auction

Personalize.xyz Yes. People are reselling .xyz at a profit

AAAA.io Interesting 4L .io

Pinky.io Most of us have one

Handwork.io Handshake tool

WoWOnline.com Most people are going to think World of Warcraft

Mard.com Met reserve at $3800

ArtZoom.com this one getting close to four figures as well

Godaddy Domains With Bids

52789.com Nice to see a numeric leading the bids again

HashProfit.com Crypto name all the way

HygieneCare.com I just buy AXE

HotRef.com Not worth a ton but definitely can see this being a website for good looking referees. Being bought for the backlinks

MusicFly.com Go to namebio and you’ll see Fly has been a brand word for a while now

TourItaly.com Buy before vacationing explodes

Justaburger.com The antithesis of WhatABurger

OkBitcoin.com Yeah. Bitcoin is OK

WhatToDoToday.com I’d say buy domain names. A bored ape. And some Eth and some Ford. But not investment advice

BigDataResearch.com Big Data is definitely an area you want to be invested in

ChinaExchange.com I love trading Chinas

HowToProfit.com What everyone wants to know

TerraVino.com smooth Winey sounding name

NFTize.com NFT anything right now

Rhubarbs.com Don’t tell anyone Rhubarb is the singular and the plural

VaccineTravel.com Timely name

TheHempBros.com Because you know some guys call themselves this

A lot of numerics on the board today

02736.com
02936.com
20093.com
41449.com
58500.com
64280.com
738888.com
75622.com
90570.com
91490.com
92490.com
93719.com
97092.com

Godaddy Domains with One or No Bids

SuperCertificate.com

NanoStick.com

PeonyDesign.com

Teacho.com

IAmThriving.com

ZipRay.com

LearnCricket.com

PlantDrops.com

Henoc.com

Kickstarter.me

Chain6.com

RootedConcepts.com


The Rest of the Godaddy Names with Bids


9wpthemes.com
ABCTrust.com
AntiBugs.com
Ardillas.com
ArticleHomes.com
AsLay.com
AtlasFloral.com
Bariba.com
BCPestControl.com
Bensoft.com
Beticismo.net
BloomingprairieOnline.com
CareerSatSafeway.com
ColombiaEspasion.com
CrySis-Online.com
Devoz.com
DomainScart.com
FindinAustralia.com
FuneralAlternatives.com
GearKinda.com
HillsideSupperClub.com
HipCoded.com
HourCar.com
Hovo.org
IranianLanguages.com
IVWorld.com
JolietCenter.com
LuxuryStock.com
MarketCBD.com
MatchMail.com
MiamiCriminalLaw.com
MickeyAndMooch.com
mkt-intl.com
MShipCo.com

MyLiveCricket.co
NewMessages.co
OQPF.com
Phytomorphology.org
PrismTechnoLogieSinc.com
Radiowaumini.org
RandomItems.com
Reclutalia.com
shangchuan.com
showURSkills.info
SimpleDeveloper.com
Smarly.com
strageviadeigeorgofili.org
SubstanceOfCode.com
TacticalProfessor.com
TDID.com
UsHerald.com
Whole-Person-Counseling.com
ZeroPartyData.com



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