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DomainBarracksRob

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Hey all figured with the recent .io 6 figure sale and the nice .xyz sale by a follow NP member. We should open a showcase and discussion thread here.

Metaverse is a fast growing keyword, term and niche! Let's share and discuss our name and news.

I've only got One to start with but its a GOOD one my favorite ending keyword on most names.


MetaverseHub.com



Welcome! :)
 

zomainhacks

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Not that long.

a) so called metaverse gaming (in front of your PC) - is totally emerging right now!
- you can buy items or even land in it, resell it, build, own tokens and stake and earn passive income, play-to-earn etc. - Adidas & Nike joined it these days.

b) VR metaverse: all a question of time - but as you see Quest 2 Glasses already got massive improvement; now its just to get that hardware stuff a little cheaper
HTC, Xiaomi, Huawei, Samsung working on their rival glasses
(also a task of infrastructure; high resolution gaming over the internet can be compared to an intense experience in the metaverse); 2 years horizon

c) AR glasses - 3-4 years to get mass adoption
but then this will go through the roof

That's my opinion and no advice.



(invest in mana, efi, cro, revv, eth, sol coins - at own risk ; )
All right, agree. But I think that an established acronym emerges only when the technology is mass adopted. I think acronyms are not for the first movers in an industry IMHO
 
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lovely4ever

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Igor Gabrielan

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decentraland is a success and they don't use MV, Meta, Verse or Metaverse, hmm. not everything metaverse related has to contain these terms. sometimes 'brandables' are the way to go. but how do you pick'em?
Tokens dot com are using the Metaverse.

metaverse dot properties
metaversegroup dot io
metaversereit dot com
 
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zomainhacks

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decentraland is a success and they don't use MV, Meta, Verse or Metaverse, hmm. not everything metaverse related has to contain these terms. sometimes 'brandables' are the way to go. but how do you pick'em?
Good brandables will be (and already are) very valuable, but the speculation is that "M V" will in some sanse replace " V R " (or follow the same patterns). Good sales for "VR" domains don't mean that good virtual reality brandables don't retain huge value. That's the bet basically.

Obviously it might end up like "3D" and most domains will not be very appealing in the market, nobody really knows.
 
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NameFu

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Good brandables will be (and already are) very valuable, but the speculation is that "M V" will in some sanse replace " V R " (or follow the same patterns). Good sales for "VR" domains don't mean that good virtual reality brandables don't retain huge value. That's the bet basically.

Obviously it might end up like "3D" and most domains will not be very appealing in the market, nobody really knows.

Nope! Do research before spreading false assumptions.

It's a common (and very false) myth that 3D domains are unappealing or haven't sold much. If MV "ended up like 3D" ad you put it, that would be a great! No it's not as successful as "Real Estate" or "online",but 3D is timeless and will continue to sell for more decades to come.

3D domains have been selling for over many, MANY years now and have done better than XR and VR niches in reported sales. There were almost 100 3D sales this year alone. That's more than all the reported VR and XR domains combined. So let's hope MV is as successful as 3D or more 😆... If it's only as successful as VR that would be sad... At least how much VR it's sold this far.
 

zomainhacks

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Nope! Do research before spreading false assumptions.

It's a common (and very false) myth that 3D domains are unappealing or haven't sold much. If MV "ended up like 3D" ad you put it, that would be a great! No it's not as successful as "Real Estate" or "online",but 3D is timeless and will continue to sell for more decades to come.

3D domains have been selling for over many, MANY years now and have done better than XR and VR niches in reported sales. There were almost 100 3D sales this year alone. That's more than all the reported VR and XR domains combined. So let's hope MV is as successful as 3D or more 😆... If it's only as successful as VR that would be sad... At least how much VR it's sold this far.

Mentioned "3D" just to put an example, never invested in that niche. Wanted to say that "MV" might underperform as well as many nowadays say that their "3D" underperformed (in respect to what the investors forecasted).

Didn't do a deep research on "3D" looking for reported sales/ total"early reg" so I can be wrong as you are saying but no intention to spread any false assumptions.
 
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NameFu

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Mentioned "3D" just to put an example, never invested in that niche. Wanted to say that "MV" might underperform as well as many nowadays say that their "3D" underperformed (in respect to what the investors forecasted).

Didn't do a deep research on "3D" looking for reported sales/ total"early reg" so I can be wrong as you are saying but no intention to spread any false assumptions.
I've seen people 3D as an example of a failed niche but it's a timeless keyword that continues to sell...people expect fast returns so they called it a failure, but 3D domains would still sell regardless of how successful 3D TVs were (which a lot of the hype came from years ago). If I were forced to decide which acronym is more a failure, I'd say VR (even though it's potential hasn't been fully realized) because VR hasn't been proven a timeless terminology for decades to come the way 3D is, but people are hoping MV will be the next VR.

So it wasn't a good analogy...
 
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zomainhacks

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I've seen people 3D as an example of a failed niche but it's a timeless keyword that continues to sell...people expect fast returns so they called it a failure, but 3D domains would still sell regardless of how successful 3D TVs were (which a lot of the hype came from years ago). If I were forced to decide which acronym is more a failure, I'd say VR (even though it's potential hasn't been fully realized) because VR hasn't been proven a timeless terminology for decades to come the way 3D is, but people are hoping MV will be the next VR.

So it wasn't a good analogy...

You can be right (also the investing time horizon analysis is an interesting one), I don't want to enter in a "3D" debate also because I don't have any experience on this. Next time I'll come up with a stronger analogy :)
 

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I've seen people 3D as an example of a failed niche but it's a timeless keyword that continues to sell...people expect fast returns so they called it a failure, but 3D domains would still sell regardless of how successful 3D TVs were (which a lot of the hype came from years ago). If I were forced to decide which acronym is more a failure, I'd say VR (even though it's potential hasn't been fully realized) because VR hasn't been proven a timeless terminology for decades to come the way 3D is, but people are hoping MV will be the next VR.

So it wasn't a good analogy...

Only today I know about a VR+keyword name that refused almost mid 5 figures.

All good boats will be lifted
 

oldtimer

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You can be right (also the investing time horizon analysis is an interesting one), I don't want to enter in a "3D" debate also because I don't have any experience on this. Next time I'll come up with a stronger analogy :)
I think you guys might both be right,

The part of the 3d niche that had to do with visual things like 3d TV and 3d Glasses wasn't as good as domainers expected,

But the part that had to do with 3d Printing and manufacturing has been thriving in the background for several years now.

I am still hanging on to my domain name 3dpTech.com :)
 

NameFu

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I'm really surprised by all these people STILL regging Meta domains regardless of the controversy. Talk about brave (or thoughtless?)! With all of these other lucrative niches even. I think people just don't know what to do with their money and start regging impulsively the most buzzed word right now.
 
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FolioTeam

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I'm really surprised by all these people STILL regging Meta domains regardless of the controversy. Talk about brave (or thoughtless?)! With all of these other lucrative niches even. I think people just don't know what to do with their money and start regging impulsively the most buzzed word right now.
I guess people are buying what sells at the moment.
 
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