Labeled as sales in Domain Industry News started by Crysis, Jul 9, 2018.
Coin.com is at least 10X more valuable than Coins.com IMO.
I have to disagree with you and coins.com is one proof.
Josh R... We should call you Mr. Brand
Nice sale! It goes to show you that a words meaning today might change drastically tomorrow, not that coins in 1999 was not a killer name, but...
Remember: Startups are launching a "Brand" not a product.
Coins a very valuable name but in 2018 Crypto is the more valuable domain name.
In my opinion Coins.com is a seven figure domain, but I do agree that Crypto.com has the potential to be a $50 million plus domain.
Yes Crypto covers more bases
Coins is better.
I think coins.com is superior from the standpoint that it is more mainstream and represent digital currency as a whole - I'm not even talking about cryptocurrency but all online digital coins (rewards, points, coins).
average joe won't touch "Crypto"
coins.com is the mainstream play and more valuable.
coins.com > crypto.com
coins.com > coin.com
*although coin.com is great too.
josh, no offense, but you speak with a biased perspective and limited view of the world.
Have you ever heard of hotels.com, cars.com, apartments.com, vacationrentals.com, rewards.com, (the list goes on...)
these company's aren't hotel.com, car.com, apartment.com, vacationrental.com, reward.com
a brand might be better without a plural...but a mega platform and marketplace is plural...almost always.
Sorry to say there are many biases here
If you compare it to crypto I think that the term Coin has a much higher potential to stay relevant in the future. What is your opinion?
A lot of interesting views in this thread! I prefer crypto over coins.
While I do see the argument that if cryptocurrencies falter, the coins domain will retain value for other uses, I think the same is true for crypto. When Matt Blaze registered it, the intention was an abbreviation of cryptography, and I think there is no doubt that cryptography has a strong future, independent of cryptocurrencies. In fact his resistance to selling was partly related to the fact that he never liked entwining cyrptography with cryptocurrencies.
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