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information Top Topics: Afternic suspends user; ICANN layoffs; Moniker relaunches registrar; Bank fraud and domains; Swetha's latest big sale

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Afternic suspends user's account; ICANN slashes staff; Moniker relaunches domain registrar; Bank fraud involving domain transactions; Swetha has sold the domain Nudge.xyz.


Afternic suspended my account
A domain investor's account at Afternic has been suspended without any explicit reason given. The investor claims that a sale he achieved in 2018 triggered a permanent suspension of his account. Can something be done?

Topic by @Hireinternet


ICANN slashes staff and domain prices could rise
There are layoffs at ICANN, with 33 people or 7% of its staff leaving. There are now concerns that budgetary cuts will lead to an increase of the ICANN fee, currently 18 cents per domain per year. This is something that will affect millions of domains around the world.

Topic by @Future Sensors


Moniker.com Registrar Thread
A registrar brand that old school domainers are familiar with is relaunching; Moniker aims at targeting domain investors and promises several unique features and products. Should we all get excited?

Topic by @MonikerMarc


Bank Fraud When Using Cards for Domain Transactions
A domain investor who has been a victim of bank fraud explains that unauthorized transactions totaling $7,000 involved domain names. He's asking what can be done to prohibit this from happening in the future.

Topic by @Pusang Gala


Swetha sells Nudge.xyz for $39,888
Indian investor Swetha scored yet another big sale involving an .XYZ domain name. The sale of Nudge.xyz for $39,888 is quite remarkable.

Topic by @equity78


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