A discussion on NamePros about selling domains has raised the question about whether the world needs an alternative to Flippa for selling entire websites. My main critique of Flippa: 1. The performance stats and asset description are hard to verify. 2. When you buy a site, the components of the site are often scattered across many places. They are not containerized like what one can do on Docker. 3. Once you buy a site, the buyer may still need help to operate it. This is quite important for someone who is buying a lot of sites and has more money than time! In the meantime, Epik does operate a domain marketplace. However, often the user is buying a bundle of assets: - Hosting of code and data - Social media handles and App store handles - Intellectual property such as trademarks - Mobile app(s) As for payment methods as the web becomes more decentralized, I would expect more transactions to be cleared in crypto. What would be needed for a game-changing disruptor to challenge Flippa?