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Levi_charlz

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The Metaverse is the next big thing with many of the Big Tech players already involved so thought it deserved a dedicated ‘MV’ thread.

Lots of keywords like Glasses, NFT’s etc are already taken but there are lots still available.

Just picked up ‘MVTokens’ in king

Happy hunting!
 
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I guess it goes to show they much prefer the .mv
shorter and more brandable
hibermv.com or hiber.mv

we have a whole thread dedicated to .mv
https://www.namepros.com/threads/mv...ain-names-the-maldives-for-metaverse.1264644/
Guess so,but for hand reg pricing I would secure the .com and redirect to the .mv.
(Check out hyperspacemv.com)

Might not be much of an issue for them,but that would be a couple hundred dollars of savings on yearly renewal cost with the .com compared to .mv (if renewal is same price as registration)
 
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Guess so,but for hand reg pricing I would secure the .com and redirect to the .mv.
(Check out hyperspacemv.com)

Might not be much of an issue for them,but that would be a couple hundred dollars of savings on yearly renewal cost with the .com compared to .mv (if renewal is same price as registration)
i agree, if they're already paying $300 for mv, what's $10 to also get the com if just for defensive reg
 
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It seems to me that owners of alternative extensions typically end up with buying the .com version of their name, sometimes even rebranding. I wonder whether this will be the case with .mv, or there are some factors making this use case totally different.
What I've seen most often is owners using alternative extensions b/c shorter, more attractive, more brandable....and if they choose, also register the com version and forward to the alternative extension

Hardly ever the other way around........
 
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What I've seen most often is owners using alternative extensions b/c shorter, more attractive, more brandable....and if they choose, also register the com version and forward to the alternative extension

Hardly ever the other way around........
I've read multiple stories in blogs about switching to .com just because of the higher visitor awareness of this extension and less confusion - maybe those stories are outdated now, and I'm remembering them just because I'm typically focused myself on .com only ).
 
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