Labeled as discuss in Domain Buying and Domain Purchases, started by Aroon Bhattia, Oct 10, 2019
Just wandering if anyone out there is still buying crypto domains!!!
Sure, happy to look at lists. Crypto is cyclical, but the category is established. Flavors and brands will go away but the category is an inevitable by-product of a broken banking system.
Sure (but only new gTLDs in my case) and they need to be relevant 1 worders
I just bought CryptoYouth dot com a couple of days ago here on NP.
Was thinking about your "strategy" more.
You actively ignore .com's? Anything that's not strictly a "new gtld" gets ignored?
Do you own anything besides new gtld's?
The funny thing is, I've noticed many ngTLD domain sales on GD that aren't on NB. Leads me to think that some single word new gtlds have promise.
I could list some but I think those sales are not too hard to find. One that comes to mind was science.news that GD says sold for $19,167.
I don't think anyone is arguing the overall value & liquidity in non-premium priced new gtld's, and if they are, they aren't paying attention/diversifying their assets & portfolio.
What I do question is the process behind actively preventing yourself from diversifying into legacy tld's, obviously including .com. Is this process in place strictly to maintain a purely-new gtld "brand?"
Honestly just curious, as I've never actually heard the practicality/strategy in limiting yourself to ONLY new gtld's.
I think there are maybe a handful of alt ext that are decent. They also have to compete with cctld's.
Yes, I own ONLY new gTLDs, little more then 1000 of them atm.
Personally, I have zero interest in .com, and I own exactly 0 .com names. Sometimes I drop catch some nice .tv names along the way, like recently, but I auction them here at Namepros for wholesale prices, just to have a fun. I do not want .tv in my porftolio either.
You maybe never heared of this strategy, but this is because afaik only very few people are doing this (99,9% are doing at least some mix or diversification to .com or ccTLds).
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