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Anyone out there still buying crypto domains?

Labeled as discuss in Domain Buying and Domain Purchases, started by Aroon Bhattia, Oct 10, 2019

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  1. Aroon Bhattia

    Aroon Bhattia Established Member

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    Just wandering if anyone out there is still buying crypto domains!!!
     
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  2. slader23

    slader23 Always On The Bleeding Edge. VIP

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  3. Rob Monster

    Rob Monster CEO, Epik Epik.com Staff PRO VIP Gold Account

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    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.
     
  4. Brands.International

    Brands.International formerly lolwarrior VIP

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    Sure (but only new gTLDs in my case) and they need to be relevant 1 worders :)
     
  5. Silentptnr

    Silentptnr Top Contributor VIP

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    I just bought CryptoYouth dot com a couple of days ago here on NP.
     
  6. Mary Muse

    Mary Muse Premium Digital Assets

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    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?

    Thanks..
     
  7. Silentptnr

    Silentptnr Top Contributor VIP

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    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.
     
  8. Mary Muse

    Mary Muse Premium Digital Assets

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    Of course.

    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.
     
  9. Silentptnr

    Silentptnr Top Contributor VIP

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    I think there are maybe a handful of alt ext that are decent. They also have to compete with cctld's.
     
  10. Brands.International

    Brands.International formerly lolwarrior VIP

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    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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