Domain Spotlight:

Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday, July 6th, 2022

I’m sure many traditional domain investors are wondering why in the world dot eth names are going for more than many dot coms. When they appear to have less utility are essentially brand new. It’s simple. Ease of buying and making offers. You can make an offer instantly on any name you want. Add to the frenzy is Twitter. They buzz about ENS names all day. Especially when a few sell. It does have utility. As a person that uses his wallet every day, several times a day. Sending to a short ENS is much safer and easier than a long numeric wallet address.

I want to point out that I am only a long term holder of dot eth name of the best names. Some short numerics and solid keywords. I am not working the fringes because they are like traditional domains but much much more risky. The two word and obscure are 99.9% never going to sell. They are really cheap to buy but can add up. There has been a ton of money to be had considering 4N.eth names could be hand regged 2 months ago for $10 and now the floor is 2 eth. Could have five figures pretty easily. Which I did. Just wish I would have bought 10X what I did. Didn’t believe in it enough. Again, always the story. Scared money don’t make no money

Domain of the Day: Frijoles.com Even most non Spanish speakers know this is the word for beans

Quote of the Day: “Dating a stripper is like eating a noisy pack of chips in church. Everybody looks down at you in disgust but deep down they want some too.” – from the website of an upstate New York strip club

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Namejet, Sedo, and Catched.com Names at Auction

Diamond.world The new Gs are catching on enough that I think these are now worth looking in to

BWW.in Dot in is starting to get a little action. I’ll wait for follow through but Dog.in just sold for over $12K

Zippos.com Do people still collect Zippo lighters?

HighAbove.com 1998 domain. A lot of good uses here. Cannabis, outdoor gear, tutoring

MomTV.com Because stay at home Moms are always looking for extra income

NYMP.com Not many bidders and no reserve. New York

Prexy.com Doesn’t mean anything to me other than its a short, nice looking brand

Vey.com Deleting domain. Namejet could get it, you never know

BTOC.com It went quickly from unseen to top number of bids

Tor.rent Interesting hack. Reserve under $500

Godaddy Domains With Bids

C77.com Getting great bids. I tried to auction L22 and it got essentially no action. Shows expiry names seem more valuable

MonsterVintage.com, CezanneHair.com and Jacn.org All getting 4 figure bids for their history and backlinks

Lemuria.com the “lost” continent . Taken in 88 extensions

Equita.com All things even

YYYY.org Interesting name. Definitely a collectible

Frijoles.com Even most non Spanish speakers know this is the word for beans

Breezee.com Chris Brown . Taken in 25 extensions

OnlyLighting.com Lets just put it right out there. We only sell lighting

Kopter.com The cool way to reference a Helicopter

SharkSavers.org Used to be exactly what it looks like. A save the sharks site. Now its the top bid getting and super high price

PriceCutter.com You feel like you’re going to save money with this one

VoteMe.com Perfect name for politics. Because its all about Me Me Me instead of representing your community

MathProfessor.com I’m thinking tutor and a really boring party

HighYield.net Big big keywords with a big dot net discount

PlayCapital.com Godaddy loves Capital names. Always values them high regardless of adjective

EITN.com I don’t think I’ve ever seen a 4N with this good of letters taken in only 9 extensions. hmmm

MindfulBreathing.com A little long but a real thing. Mindful breathing is a great way to relax and get to a good head space

SatoshiBank.com Can’t really use the world bank BUT hasn’t stopped 21 people from registering an extension

TurboTravel.com Quick booking

GeometricDesigns.com I can see this name selling stuff on Etsy

Youngpreneur.com

One or No Bids

TokenFaucet.com

AgriFocus.com

JMSales.com

Textigo.com

OpenLayout.com

ControlYourMoney.com

ThePerfectBride.com

WeatherProof.org

Bracex.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names with Bids

01885.com
1760sf.com
2010wwrc.com
26477.com
75sxsx.com
Abbiagi.com
AbelFerrara.com
AlbertesPlugas.com
ATNJ.com
Ayascafe.net
CalebScreekLiving.com
CannonBoroughCollective.com
CantinaDicustoza.com
CIPediatrics.org
CollegeGrazing.com
CreationShops.com
DonasKitchen.com
DrugPolicyReform.net
EnduranceWindPower.com
Family-Dentistry-Worcester.com
Findava.com
FoamInsulationCompany.com
FreedomMusic.com
FusionWorksDance.org
FuturesOptions.com
GallusBioPharma.com
GameReadyUsa.com
Global-Culture.org
HamerCarLift.com
Hanying55.com
HawaiiBanking.com
HomeScorner.com
HoneyBuzzWinery.com
IntrAspect.com
iWatchit.com
KellerNet.com
KevinSharp.com
LAN.us
lizmandeville.com
LydiaMag.com
MauiHawaiianBBQFresno.com
Milfy.com
Neat-Schoolhouse.org
OppaiToday.com
PacificRimWinery.com
paleobymaileo.com
Piaoguo.com
PoweredByStacked.com
ProBoards104.com
ProBoards18.com
ProBoards57.com
ProBoards7.com
ProBoards91.com
Proyectodeviaje.com
RockVideo.com
salesLinkr.com
Satta-up.com
SeldomSeenMine.com
SFALl.com
Shaid.com
StoryWood.com
StreamingGear.com
SubRosaCoffee.com
SVQA.com
TeraDataRiver.com
Tertuliacellars.com
THC-ministry.net
TheBollywoodTicket.com
Ting30.com
ToxicologyInternational.com
TravelsHopa.com
VegasStar.com
Verital.com
Wera-Compostela.com
WhatsOnWilmington.com
whiteriverbrewingco.com
WinAuto.com
YourOpinionMatters.com
yt-adblocker.com



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