Labeled as discuss in Niche Domain Discussion, started by Silentptnr, Sep 4, 2020
@Rory Ivey ...no I don't know the price.
“the $100M pizza”
New Name Selected by The Libra Foundation Could Confuse Existing Customers of FinTech Brand DIEM
Just read the Diem trademark application with USPTO and it looks aggressive covering a huge range of products & services! I'm not sure we'll see very many major Diem domain sales... who would want to spend thousands on a domain that might get taken away? No trademark for XDM though, and very catchy (Exchange Digital Money)... I feel like XDM domains might be the play but most good keywords are taken unfortunately.
Fintech App Threatens to Sue Facebook and Friends Over Diem Name
FYI ... I've Grace Deleted All DIEM names last week!
I own/hold 0....The FB TM was not posted on WIPO until 12/02 as I looked on 12/01 (which they filed) and would not have picked them up if I'd seen it to begin with. Was a huge learning experience.
I have x/d/m (dot) (tv)
It is a great acronym as you point out
I put a little money into XDM but not going overboard.
Reg'd last week in king
Getting some traffic already
no matter what others say...nobody knows where crypto is going..if anywhere... holders hodl..its a gamble like any casino bet...cause the only fact is that hodler or others nobody knows why btc goes up or down.. and all have zero control over it.. what kind of asset or money is it where one has zero control over its value day to day...minute to minute... that's right it's the worst kind of asset
to get back to topic. maybe diem names for crypto are the best cause it's all about the now... and zero knowledge for future value
Crypto is just as safe as any other currency is, since after all the base of money is trust and everything else is just a symbol.
Back in ancient Rome, they used to pay soldiers with salt, since that was more widely accepted as a currency than gold was. Pepper was also a currency, just like salt was. In A.D. 410, when Rome was captured, 3,000 pounds of pepper were demanded as ransom.
Now we just switched from salt & pepper to crypto, but the base remained the same: trust.
not so... btc can go up down as it see fits... and we all know usd does not do that.
if u are comparing btc stability to usd stability then u mislead people. it's not even same ballpark.
this is why cryptos are bad. owners zero control over their mega instability....
They weren't the first to coin/term "xdm" for crypto currency apparently
Take a look
Correct, that's the 3rd link at the bottom of my other thread.
This is why I unregistered my diem domain, and fortunately I was able to get a refund. I agree that XDM is very catchy and I was able to get XDMTrade (.com)
Excellent domain, congrats!
The fact that there is no TM on it makes XDM the smarter, less riskier play, IMO.
If Diem instantly reaches billions of people thanks to Facebook, then XDM should be even more popular than BTC. BTCExchange.com sold for $55,000 in 2018 when Bitcoin was less popular.
So I think your XDMTrade.com could be a 5-figure domain in the making if Diem play their cards right.
thanks for sharing
Had a mid $XXX offer on one of my domains, will let you know if anything comes of it
Got a feeling these domains are going to explode, with 2.7 billion users it's hard to see otherwise
Found these that I think you folks may find interesting:
AdWeek: Can Facebook-Led Libra, Now Named Diem, Seize the Day When Its Crypto Coin Debuts?
Forbes: Fed Can Be NASA Of Money, Diem Can Be Space-X
Nasdaq: Don’t Underestimate the Impact of Diem on Facebook Stock
Facebook’s Diem stablecoin is an existential threat to traditional banking
Spotify Gearing Up to Support Facebook’s Rebranded Cryptocurrency, Diem
What is Diem? (Formerly FaceBook’s Libra Project) – A Detailed Analysis
What Is Diem? Introduction to Facebook’s Stablecoin
Diem Association hires another former HSBC staffer as chief of staff
Global Stablecoins Could Eventually Become Reserve Currencies: IMF Paper
From the link above:
That's apparently from the IMF (International Monetary Fund).
Money is pieces of paper around which we have built a consensus in that we agree that it means something.
According to Berkeley professor of economics Hal Varian, the dollar's value can come from two sources: the dollar bills carry value because the government in power says so or because people are willing to accept it as payment. He concludes that the value of a dollar comes not so much from government mandate as from social convention.
Varian suggests that the value of the dollar is a result of the "network effect." According to him, "Just as a fax machine is valuable to you only if lots of other people you correspond with also have fax machines, a currency is valuable to you only if a lot of people you transact with are willing to accept it as payment."
Global Stablecoins are close to launch and will eventually be backed by a basket of Currencies/Assets/Cryptoassets.
The world will transact with them.
Libra becomes Diem and is (almost) ready to launch
New podcast episode: Libra upgrades to Diem and is (almost) ready to launch, Julien Legoc, Director of Policy at the Diem Association
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