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BitcoinPriceTool.com

Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal, started by Kofi Tatum, Oct 24, 2020

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  1. Kofi Tatum

    Kofi Tatum Established Member

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    [​IMG] I'm considering selling my #cryptocurrency #domain
    I wanted to get an appraisal.
    I built a website to show the price of #bitcoin and #ethereum
    And several other cryptocurrencies.
    I did a keyword check and found out #bitcoinprice is a very popular search term.
    The website needs some seo work and a bitcoin sellers account set up.
    And you too could be selling cryptocurrency by the millions.
    Please appraise my #website and domain.
     
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    Every developed domain is is a Crypto calculator and your domain is 4 words a tm + 2 words i don't see value. I like the site a lot and would use it on another domain but the issue is the tm as far as i look at it. I can imagine a day when lots are told to stop using name, I cannot put a positive value on it for this reason. For some reason domainers think they can ignore it. My bet is there are threads here with loads using it.
     
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    Can you explain what you are referring to with tm?
    Is that a reference to a trademark?
    Is the word bitcoin trade marked?
    Also.
    When I looked at it.
    The word bitcoin is considered one word in the dictionary.
    So this is technically a three word domain. Right?
     
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    If i am mistaken i apologize but as far i know bitcoin is actually a tm that domainers are using.
    Correct but dictionary must be "Oxford" if so would make it 3 words.
     
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    i would invite others opinions here as pointed out my issues but doesn't end discussion.
     
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    I don't know much about Bitcoin - there are many people here more qualified and knowledgeable, but I believe that there is no one to actually protect the brand in most countries.

    The Bitcoin name and logo has been trademarked in Spain.
    "I am a bitcoin salesman, I have a buying and selling office, and the idea is to protect bitcoin, at least in Spain. So I stand up for the brand and take responsibility that any new user can feel 100% safe working with me and away from the scams that name and use ‘bitcoin.’”
    JUN 23, 2020
    https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitc...ered-with-spanish-patent-and-trademark-office
     
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    I would love to hear what others think about this.
     
  10. Kofi Tatum

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    I believe I have seen other domains with the word bitcoin in them listed for sale here.
    This is one reason why I didn't believe bitcoin was trademarked.
    Also, since none knows who created bitcoin.
    Can it even be trademarked?
    The poster in the thread above indicated someone in Spain tried to trademark bitcoin.
    But as far as I'm aware, no one else has.
     
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    I seen loads of trademarks offered for sale here doesn't make it right if not removed. The TM as mentioned by @CraigD isn't something to completely ignore. If indeed it is enforced it wont be safety in numbers it will just be a big payday for them. Anyone else can chime in and offer information. I always purposely avoided this term believing of a TM. All depends what it covers. Don't end discussion on this lets here some input.
     
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