Over the last 90 days I've bought over a thousand nTLD's for a dollar each. While I've spent over a thousand dollars for .realty and .online domains, their exact .com equivalents are valued at over a million dollars. In most cases the .com equivalent is already in use meaning they lead to a website that anyone can access online. Essentially this would be like buying ten rental properties valued at 100K each and only having to put down $100 for each property....what a deal Owners of these nTLD's like Donuts, Radix, XYZ and others are using this business model to flood the market with their extensions. And while I don't know for sure, many of them are registering names themselves in order to create scarcity or at least give the appearance of scarcity. btw, none of this is illegal or even close to it. I've bought a thousand of these names for just a dollar down because I know their .com equivalent is gone, or if it's registered the owner of the domain is asking so much for it, few "end users" can afford it. I see myself as a middleman between the nTLD owner and the "end user", and I love my role. As a business guy I'm working on a "Dollar Down" model to sell .com equivalent domains. You might say the domains/brands I'm selling are generic in nature similar to the millions of generic brands sold all over the world. At least for me "Dollar Down Domains" are the future.....even the name is pretty catchy if you're into that sort of thing Let me know what you think....can you spare a dollar.