In this week’s Top Topics, we see the reaction to the news that GoDaddy has acquired the Coronavirus.com domain name and is doing something positive with it. Elsewhere, investors discuss their preferred marketplace and there’s reaction to a Motley Fool article that describes domain names as dull. GoDaddy Bought Coronavirus.com Domain registrar GoDaddy recently acquired Frank Schilling's registrar Uniregistry, a popular destination for domain investors to hold their names. Along with the registrar purchase was the acquisition of Frank's domain name portfolio. One of the most infamous domains within Frank's portfolio, originally registered in 2002, is Coronavirus.com. The worldwide pandemic has seen traffic to the domain almost double within a month, according to Alexa. Since GoDaddy acquired the domain, they have redirected traffic to the official World Health Organization advisory page in a laudable move that investors have been discussing this week. Topic by: @YairDD Motley Fool: Domain Names are a Dull Business Motley Fool, a popular financial and investing advice website, recently profiled a domain name business in an article that has been highlighted and shared by a domainer. The article says that whilst domain names may be a boring business, the activities of a domain registrar may be a real cash cow. In particular, the article highlights Tucows. Naturally, domain investors have been discussing the article, and those who invest in stocks may be particularly interested in looking further into the potential upside that Motley Fool sees in Tucows. Topic by: @Lox What’s Your Favorite Sales Venue? Within the domain name industry, there are multiple choices for domain sales venues, also known as marketplaces. There are mainstream options that cater more towards end users, there are trend/niche specific marketplaces, and there are those outlets more focused on domainers. Each investor has their own preferred marketplace based on several factors that may include the sell through rate and average sales price. Here, investors are invited to share their favorite marketplaces. Topic by: @HotKey Share Your Experience of Absurd Intimidation Attempts One issue that seems to be worryingly common for investors is the fact that entitled people or representatives of companies can use threats of legal action to ensure the domain name is handed over for very little, or no, cost. Sometimes the threat of legal action is justified, but often it’s unwarranted. In this discussion, investors are sharing their experiences of vein attempts at intimidation against one or more of their domain names. Topic by: @DanSanchez Top Topics of the Week is a blog series featuring the most popular discussions and content within the domain community. Tune in weekly to see what’s trending.