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Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday December 29th, 2021

When I was a young kid in the 70s I lived on my Apple computer. I never had a video game console. No Atari, colecovision. Just computers. But there was plenty of entertainment on the computer. My favorite game of all time was a simple one. Lemonade Stand. It worked like this. They give you the weather prediction. The give you the cost of a cup of lemoade. You get to choose how many marketing signs you make, how many cups you make, and the price you are going to charge. It then takes that gives you the actual weather and gives you a profit and loss the next day. I played all the time..for years.

I liked it because it was simple and it in hind site it also taught me a little about business. Move me forward 40 years later and this NFT game called Wolf Game (wolfgame.live) comes out and its the same type of simple setup. You have sheep, they make wool. Wool is the currency that lets you buy things. But if you sheer there is a chance the wolves steal it and the wolves can also steal sheep if you breed them. I loved it, you could make a few decisions each day and see what happened. But someone exploited the blockchain contract and it all fell apart. They had to pause the game and rewrite the entire contract and game. Before it got hacked it has done 13,000 ETH yes thousand. People loved it. I knew they had taken in tens of millions of dollars and it was going well but not everyone agreed. People fled. I figured it was a good time to buy up the scraps. So I put in quite a bit of money hoping that it would return. Long story short it is and things are flying. Just in old $wool bags that I picked up they yield $360 a day . I have been cashing them in every week and putting half back into the game and half into the bank. At this point if the game goes four months and never grows I will have gotten all my money back in $wool alone. But if it does well and returns to old form I make a million dollars profit and a 20X return in a few months. And it’s all because it reminded me of Lemonade Stand. We’ll see if I should have stuck to playing the free old game online

Domain of the Day: LincolnPark.com People know the band but its named after one of the coolest neighborhoods in Chicago

Quote of the Day: “Good judgment comes from experience. Experience comes from bad judgment.” —Unknown

Click on any of the links to see current price

Park.io Names at Auction

Ma.to The might Mato

VVR.io After playing Occulus I am long VR names

BKUP.io Everyone seeing Backup like I am

Damage.io Bumped and bruised items or just getting some shit done ie “causing some damage”

Dumb.gg Some times simple gets it done

Namejet, Sedo, and Catched.com Names at Auction

IGG.io Three letter dot io is $300 to $400 based on past sales at wholesale

Meta.monster Didn’t even know you could get dot monster. This is probably the most valuable

MegaHome.com My favorite Namejet name so far but its the first one i put on the list so we’ll see how it goes

Promoting.net I like it because it actually describes where you could be promoting

YNN.net Taken in 53 extensions and a no reserve auction

AnimalMassage.com Because you know your dog would love a massage

WLCW.com No bidders and pretty good letters although only taken in 12 extensions

Spreadable.com Peanut Butter and Joy

Server.ai Smart service

Store.xyz Has a huge opening bid but it really is a nice name

ZWM.org Not a great name but it is for under $100 IMO

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Godaddy Domains With Bids

MotorcycleFinancing.com See the next name

MotorcycleLoans.com The price tells you the value of loan leads

DailyAction.org Price is all coming from the past links but gambling is the theme

Minge.com I saw one word dot com. Had no idea it was slang for bush

FXCampus.com Online education

MostWanted.net Was thing Michael Berkens’ name? Too lazy to look

SecondHandCars.com Taken in 28 extensions. Going to hit four figures easy

4y4.com Might be the easiest to remember on the whole board today

GoodAs.com Dot xyz should buy this after their end to the year

SwapTo.com I own Swapn and Swapm.com and nobody ever showed interest. Maybe I should let them expire

FreshMetal.com Because we know how bad old metal tastes

LVGG.com Las Vegas Gaming

UStudios.com I take a long look at all Studios and Lab names

PGYL.com League

ModifiedBikes.com We still riding motorcycles?

Godaddy Domains with One or No Bids

Ecoblox.com

UDesign.org

OldWise.com

TheCuriousCat.com

MixGram.com

Graphics.cc

Domaining.mobi

The Rest of the Godaddy Names with Bids


ADCMotors.com
ApplicationSpecialists.com
Auto-Mobile.com
AW88.com
BasilLeafTech.com
BusinessWhispers.com
Caisan.com
ConnectionKompoz2.com
ConstructionManagementDegree.com
DigitalBuzzBlog.com
DogBedSandCrates.com
Effeminate.com
EU3.com
FastLoanApproval.com
FitnessForYou.com

FXWD.com
GEIEndorsed.com
GOP12.com
HometownOfGreeneville.com
HotElleReve.com
IsAlone.org
Kouanimo.com
KRTek.com
LakelureGolfclub.com
LilosPromise.com
Linkedoc.com
MBQW.com
MoltoBeneOnline.com
MP360.com
NewsWin.com
OurBusiness.com
Protectfy.com
rockwoodtn.org
SGupta.com
SimpleOffers.com
SleepyCreekPresents.com
TatianAs.com
TbilisiFashionWeek.com
TeaPartyBeauty.com
TeriyakiBowlMarquette.com
TexasIndustrialSupply.com
TheSalonLuxe.com
TheSosBlogger.com
TorrentBogo.com
TravelChoiceEgypt.com
Twizer.com
UsedMotorbikes.com
VoltMen.com
XBHB.com
YourBellaLife.com
YourCarBroker.com
ZuleykaSantiago.com

00677.com
00929.com
01116.com
01259.com
01515.com
03048.com
04343.com
04668.com
05345.com
05861.com
06176.com
06906.com
07033.com
08062.com
08607.com
09098.com
09345.com
10124.com
10979.com
10996.com
11946.com
12166.com
12255.com
12870.com
13611.com
13664.com
14010.com
14125.com
15776.com
15779.com
16865.com
17705.com
18244.com
18425.com
18519.com
18850.com
19946.com
19969.com
19979.com
20091.com
20299.com
20424.com
20899.com
21077.com
21204.com
21229.com
21644.com
21866.com
22120.com
22920.com
23421.com
23427.com
24004.com
24430.com
25115.com
30525.com
31533.com
32122.com
32158.com
32667.com
35115.com
36580.com
36644.com
37372.com
38066.com
38343.com
38856.com
40022.com
40055.com
40077.com
42445.com
44221.com
44460.com
44628.com
45280.com
46733.com
53550.com
55019.com
55068.com
55078.com
55438.com
55771.com
55805.com
55947.com
56116.com
56262.com
56363.com
57272.com
57657.com
57720.com
58380.com
58575.com
58755.com
59338.com
59444.com
59448.com
60170.com
60687.com
61233.com
61449.com
62220.com
62996.com
66039.com
66051.com
66052.com
66053.com
66056.com
66063.com
66067.com
66071.com
66072.com
66073.com
66075.com
66076.com
66079.com
66086.com
66087.com
66091.com
66092.com
66093.com
66095.com
66097.com
66102.com
66103.com
66105.com
66109.com
66250.com
66501.com
66507.com
66509.com
66510.com
66615.com
66701.com
66710.com
66720.com
66901.com
66930.com
66948.com
67223.com
68001.com
70039.com
75778.com
76550.com
76886.com
77016.com
77026.com
77028.com
77029.com
77575.com
77626.com
77838.com
78225.com
78226.com
78736.com
79086.com
79550.com
79928.com
79960.com
79983.com
79998.com
81011.com
81233.com
83324.com
83729.com
83868.com
85055.com
85548.com
85611.com
85911.com
86338.com
88051.com
88052.com
88053.com
88072.com
88102.com
88201.com
88203.com
88301.com
88424.com
88560.com
88570.com
88901.com
89411.com
89511.com
90059.com
90506.com
90633.com
90660.com
90733.com
91355.com
91944.com
92336.com
92711.com
94933.com
95011.com
95435.com
95689.com
96136.com
96621.com
96781.com
96899.com

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2 Replies to “Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday December 29th, 2021”

  1. You should start a new blog called nftshane
    Probably will make a lot more money on it
    Domains are like watching paint dry
    Happy New Year

    1. Domains are boring comparatively but a lot of fun buying and selling those too. Just not as much action or really as much money. The turnover is years instead of weeks and months. I’ll keep doing this as long as people are reading

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