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Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday, February 12th, 2024

Over the last 3 years I have been heavily invested in crypto. It’s up for debate whether NFTs have value or not but regardless, it helped my deep dive into the uses of blockchain and the value it brings to traditional finance and data transfer. Now I am a huge believer in its use case. Crypto maxis try and make everything a use case. It’s not. But there are plenty of use cases.

One is payment. Undoubtedly it will provide faster and cheaper forms of payment. Level 2 blockchains have the cost of transfer down to pennies. From $1 to a million dollars, a transfer is almost free. This means we are very close to having a customer tap their phone and have a stable crypto (pegged to the dollar) transferred to the vendor. Now a debit card costs the vendor.5% plus fees. And you have to wait a day or more depending on your size and your rate. You pay a higher rate to have the money in your account quicker although most vendors don’t even know this.

Another use of blockchain is verifiable credentials. Personally identifiable information and credential details are not stored on the blockchain itself. Rather, the issuer’s public cryptographic key is stored on the blockchain so that anyone can verify if a Verifiable Credential was really issued by them.  Can be used for licensing, health data, and supply chain management. Anything that needs to be secure and verifiably authentic.

My real income has come through holding/staking with interest. Using my BTC or ETH and depositing in a new company/dapp as they build. There is some risk of getting the money stolen but the returns reflect that. Whether you believe in it or not, these new companies also give you coins for participating in their ecosystem. So interest plus these drops yield high percentages. Ponzi or not it’s allowed me to put thousands in interest in my bank account each month for years for taking part. While I don’t believe this will continue for eternity, participating allows me to bank the money and invest in Bitcoin which I do believe is going to be here for eternity.

Domain investors love digital assets and the utility they give. Blockchain and crypto are just an extension of this so it all feels natural to me. In reality, domains led me to blockchain which added to my pie so I can thank domains for anything I make in crypto. I know many of you are in the same boat.


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Domain of the Day: SpeechBubble.com Freedom of speech, an app, or just a tool to do cartoon

Quote of the Day: “People should be blessed in life with friends who are both Mirrors and Shadows. Mirrors don’t lie and shadows never leave” Lata Mangeshkar

Dynadot Aftermarket Domains

PrimeSpa.com Tens of thousands of Spas around the world. Upgrade name for a few of them

Agrovida.com Lots of backlinks. Living the vida agro

Sportrac.com Big site on Spotrac and it does the same thing Tracking Sports

Him.info Want more info about men ? one bidder

Namejet Names at Auction (All No Reserve)

Jab.com I think this has no problem getting close to 75-80K

Stacy.com My wife doesn’t approve this spelling

EnergyStore.com I would call my battery outlet this . Closes today. Over under $5K

StreamStudio.com Podcast comes to mind but pretty much anything audio or visual

Winterline.com Sounds wintery and rich

Wizio.com The kind of 5L.com I like

WSig.com Has Sig in it which is good enough for a few extra bids

SureKey.com Great name for block ID


Sedo and Catched Names at Auction

Insurance.eu Closes today. Has a real chance of making reserve even though it is 5 figures

47.biz I remember when these took off during the crazy numeric days. This one is much cheaper and no reserve

Machinery.net Not sure I believe this price

1323.net Reserve under $100. Are these no worth less than $100? I haven’t been following

AugmentedPro.com A play off of Vision Pro and Augmented Reality

MyEurop.info Backlinks have this as the highest price on the Catched.com board today

Mixer.money Still a few days left on this one. Crypto mixer site all the way

NextVenture.xyz The kind of names that work on xyz. Crypto and tech

MV.fyi FYI doesn’t have much value but if any do, one and two character does

DNWE Domains for SALE (All BIN)

Godaddy Names with Bids

66B.com Going to hit 10K. I still own L22. com and hardly ever get bids

c61.com 1/3 the price

7552.com I expect this to cross $20K

PrepaidPhone.com Order a burner online

Oceaneer.com Not as good of a brand as Mountaineer but still getting some love

LovePanda.com Fun brand, easy logo

Certifications.org Maybe a little too broad

Barretts.com Upgrade for several companies

FestivalOfArts.com I know several entities would love to own the dot com. Just not sure they want to pay much

Sago.io Not sure how CVCV in dot io does

Moro.io Same

BioMilk.com Sounds like a protein shake

Fairgrounds.org Tens of thousands of them in the US. Every county has one

ToyHero.com Toy resale shop

TruthBot.com AI verification of data

Ravioli.net even the dot net is tasty

AHandyman.com Save on Handyman.com by adding an A

Casai.com I thought at first the huge price was AI but it has a lot of backlinks

Godaddy with One Bid or Fewer

AJAuto.com

MamasChoice.com

Elemend.com

NaturesReturn.com

Wavyy.com

FutureFarm.org

Spigu.com

DragonJam.com

NFTConverter.com

VirtualFinancing.com

GestureLab.com

PeerFi.com

MySportsbook.io

EatSlayLove.com

The Rest of the Domains with Bids

33898.com
44757.com

74241.com
95718.com
africanmusiciansprofiles.com
akhbor-rus.com
ArtReach.biz
AseanSafeSchoolsInitiative.org
beseryapimbakimonarim.com
BestBeverages.com
BlueYes.com
BoxerJam.com
BoysGuide.com
BunGaloreCords.com
cabd.com
CamilleOverTheRainbow.com
ChargeRunning.com
ChinatownWorkingGroup.org
coinser.com
commercialpm.com
coolvegan.com
cp-enews.com
crbv.com
dhdw.com
drdao.com
duzk.com
epizode.com
falboart.com
fandbstories.com
FastDetox.com
feminafutbol.com
fideg.org
Fun888Asia.com
fundacionfatiga.org
FutureDevices.com
GirlsGuide.com
gsuj.com
HashMan.com
HelenaSteakhouse.com
hg951.com
hg952.com
hg953.com
holchanbelize.org
ikeyp.com
JharkhandPathShala.com
jutou.com
latrattoriacafenapoli.com
LoveBrides.com
ManagersOrbit.com
mancinosonline.com
mdinvasivesp.org
muchbetterplumbinglv.com
mxhb.com
MyTimeshare.com
NationFuneralHome.com
nchstats.com
nelisk.com
nmlv.com
OrthoBand.com
Papre.com
PeroxyChem.com
phnfoundation.net
PinHealth.com
pirmastore.com
PostOakBarbEcuEco.com
PremiumSource.com
prfamerica.org
pyers.com
qzwin.com
RandPaul2016.com
rankimg.com
RegionsTraumaPro.com
SafetyLend.com
SapporoHayward.com
SauveWomen.com
senmen.com
SolitaireCashPromoCode.com
StartupsHub.com
SteakStore.com
StopHating.com
studyteg.com
SynapseMedia.com
TapSolutions.com
tarurockinsushi.com
tdsu.com
TenHoraMen.com
Tenures.com
thefishcotheque.com
thelauraclerypodcast.com
ThinkCreativeEdge.com
thmarsh.com
torobravopdx.com
triventy.com
ucvt.com
UrsulaBrewery.com
VictoriousGrace.org
VinylVendors.com
WalterBlock.com
WanderingHoofRanch.com
wumanhua.net
xrmd.com
yc9.com
youradrcresource.org
YourBit.com
YourClients.com






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