Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal, started by ReallyBigIdea.com, Apr 16, 2021
I don't get a connection to Domain Miners, unless explained, and if you have to explain, for the name to be understood - it's already bad. I mean, maybe it's me only who doesn't get it ) But domains are already a specific subject, best it has an actual ''domain'' word in it. Plus a correct word is good for SEO.
Sounds more like a crypto domain to me
Think I have to agree with the above here. I myself have made this mistake by thinking "aha! What a great name!"...then people don't get it unless I tell a story. I don't want to be totally harsh, pitch at $30, otherwise drop
Google is an exception, story behind that was "Googol" but it was continually spelled wrong as "Google", so the founders called it Google (little fact). Apple you can't compare, its a full, singular word, regardless of what the company does. Apple is one of those words that we all know how to spell, classic, they made it work. Domain and Mining...I wouldn't connect these, in any way. Micro Software, Microsoft...some things just stick. If you had Lemon.com, and said its going to be a venture capital firm...I'd say awesome, because its a good name in the first place, and its easier to make a wide range of things work with a simple, solid name, regardless of the sense (thats the world we live in). Amazon sell retail products...I could go on. DoMiners...not convinced
I quite like the name, it stood out to me when I was reading the list of names looking for appraisals. Whatever that is worth.
Would be much stronger if it wasnt plural though, dominer is better imo.
Separate names with a comma.