Discussion in 'ccTLD Discussion' started by mrcurly, Feb 22, 2015.
Selling all of them so feel free to make me an offer.
eWallet.io might have a bit of mileage in it if it's marketed right. Personally I would sit on it for a few years and see how the whole io thing pans out.
Rmi.io put it in auction on Flippa with no reserve and just 4 days to end if there isn't any decent offer i think i will hold on to it for a couple of years until 3 letters .io rise up in prices.
CasinosOnline.io also is in auction on flippa and only 4 days to end this domain is one of those domains that i see big value if the auction doesn't sell i will hold on to this one.
Mythology.io also on the way to flippa auction, 1 word .io see BIg value one this one to this one is one of my favorites.
IMO, .AI will be the next .IO extension, and I'm buying!
i'm not denying there could be a land-rush on dot-AI - its a pretty hot topic, but dot-IO is more generic, or more meaningless depending on your point of view
Ai is geared toward artificial intelligence whereas io is all tech, mobile, vr, ar, startups.
All technology will have an element of artificial intelligence (AI) to it someday, which is not the same as being sentient. Artificial intelligence, today, means that it'll learn from interactions with it and do a greater job because of that. Even before technology uses AI, company names with "AI" in them will be seen as superior over all other technology companies.
AI inherently means smart technology, inasmuch as IO means standard/old technology.
Do you want marketing.ai or marketing.io to bring you customers? You want your competitors to use marketing.io, because Marketing.ai will win in a marketing contest every time by adapting to whatever marketing.io does and defeat it.
You're probably right - AI could simply become a by-word for "up-to-date / latest tech", without most people really understanding what it really means. I can really see that.
In the 80s everything was suffixed "turbo" to make it sound new & sexy, in the 2000s the must-have suffix was "digital" - may be "ai" will be the must-have suffix of the next 10 years, for everything from trainers to wash powder.
To be fair, this isn't really what dot-IO is used for - its used by tech start-ups to badge themselves as such - I don't suppose most domain owners have any idea what IO means.
It has been said that IO was popular becuase it was backed by British Law which has strong protection for property ownership - I guess AI also has that going for it - but looks like the registry operation is a bit low-tech!
I have sold V-Wallet dot com this year. eWallet .io is a kick ass domain.
V-Wallet fort Virtual wallet, ewallet for electronic wallet. The future of payments!
Just added a cool one to the portfolio . Operate(.)io
I don't understand moderation in this thread. My post was deleted for linking to an outside auction. The thread is full of posts like this... literally half the posts on the previous page are flippa links... unmoderated.
@mdent - I support the posting of auctions since this is a Showcase thread and the OP didn't specify
Are they the current auctions in your sig line? I am watching these with interest
@mdent I'm has confused has you this thread is a showcase thread so supposedly we should be able to showcase .io domains that are in auction even if its in a different marketplace but from namepros rules this is not allowed unless its in the external domains threads i can understand that and i like that they have this rule because it helps namepros to stay spam free but when there are enormous amount of people linking to external auctions on different marketplaces like flippa on this thread and namepros staff doesn't delete does posts it just send's out mixed signals. Can i post my domain with a link to my auction in this thread even if its in auction on another marketplace or not??
Forgot to post my new .io
Webtemplate.io will be going to flippa auction soon, this domain is a good one =D
@rafaelo0 - I have this one of yours in my watchlist, I like it. Lemme know when you list webtemplate : smile :
Finally made a home for My IO at http://MyIO.io LOL
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