Labeled as discuss in Niche Domain Discussion, started by du6262, Mar 16, 2021
looks like a pony buyer....by the name Jack.... ass lol
If X means "X-rated" then it makes no sense on the dot art extension... But I think X can mean a lot of things...
If he doesn't want to sell xnft.art for 2k, I'll take 500 for exnft.art :D
Next craze in the making FNFT's . Domain in . com still to be registered in case anybody is interested.
NFT Investing on a Budget.....
I recently acquired fractionals.net and fractionals.art for that reason. Worse case I sell it to people who collect old U.S. fractional paper money from the 1800s. :D
That's annoying. Jealousy in this field isn't unheard of.
Why does it make no sense to you?
So do I, that's why I said it's a great prefix for mainstream sites and works for adult sites too.
x nft > X meaning > sharding ( fractionalizing - nft pieces )
You think you have seen everything...........and then something comes along which makes you go WTF......
Behold This Non-Fungible Vagina (NFV), or The Multiple Event of Emergent Particularity in the Digital Age
*Warning - contains pictures of the female anatomy, while not set in a pornographic way some viewers might get offended*
I will let others wade through this sea of nonsense. When it comes to investing I am more of a fan of the second mover advantage than the first mover advantage.
I have also for sale :
I want to know what's the best :
Adding "NFTs" word at the first or at the end of the domain ??
What is the best case ?
It depends on the format.
Thank you sir
Usually; adjectives are used as prefixes, nouns as suffixes.
Separate names with a comma.