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A $90,000 .Com and the Year's Biggest .Net Sale to Date Top This Week's Domain Sales Chart

Labeled as sales in Domain Industry News started by Ron Jackson, Oct 3, 2018.

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  1. Ron Jackson

    Ron Jackson Top Member DNJournal.com PRO ICA Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    The new weekly domain sales report is out at DNJournal.com. If you like a variety of domain extensions, you will like the leaders on our latest weekly all extension Top 20 Sales Chart. As is usually the case, a .com sits at the top of the elite list and another is at #3, but they had to share the spotlight with the year's biggest .net sale to date and one of the five biggest new gTLD sales we've seen so far in 2018 (this one coming from the .online stable). Still, the .coms pulled away down the stretch to take 15 of the 20 chart entries. Non .com gTLDs claimed four places leaving just one for the ccTLDs. You can get all of the details here: http://www.dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2018/20181010.htm
     
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    TERADOMAIN Active Member VIP

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    Thanks for sharing
     
  3. Deepak Bhandari

    Deepak Bhandari Established Member

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    Thanks for sharing
     
  4. Lars Ravn

    Lars Ravn Established Member

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    Thanks for sharing. But could you plz put https on your site.
     
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    DomainBELL DNOA Founding Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    why ??
     
  6. topdom

    topdom Established Member

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    https in some sense may be evil. What do I mean. It is great to use https to prevent sniffing of critical data, but you need pay for it and order it from a few companies like equifax.. I believe those companies have backdoors, and can read data, while preventing unaffiliated parties from doing so. So it is like US can listen and Russia can't. From Russia's perspective then it would be evil. You can use self-signed certificate which would be more secure, but new browsers lie to people and say it is not a secure connection, and prevent access to the website or make it difficult, and if you don't use https, they can still say this.


    If you are worried about security, number one thing to do would be to disable javascript. But almost all sites force it because it means tracking, and tracking means money and power.
     
    Last edited: Oct 20, 2018
  7. zeeshan786

    zeeshan786 New Member

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    Thanks for sharing news
     

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