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.ONE SHOWCASE + DISCUSSION

Labeled as discuss in gTLD Discussion started by alcy, Nov 3, 2015.

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  1. alcy

    alcy Active Member VIP

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    I like .one extension a lot. plus I got a few offers on my .one domains lately so I am all warm fuzzy about it.

    I decided to share some warmth by creating a showcase thread. it would be nice for me to hear your .one domains. who knows maybe we can even trade some.

    here I go first:

    • 3-d.one
    • arcade.one
    • bookmark.one
    • copyright.one
    • dictionary.one
    • eternity.one
    • explorer.one
    • gambler.one
    • immortal.one
    • input.one
    • kinky.one
    • meta.one
    • metaverse.one
    • prototype.one
    • rep.one
    • satan.one
    • subject.one
    • terminal.one
    • torrent.one
    • virtualreality.one

    and to get you more pumpted about .one, here is some great sales already, not by me:

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  3. alcy

    alcy Active Member VIP

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    well I guess now its clear why you were so excited about the couple domains you got in .one. nice job. keep putting $10 into it each year, and you might just hit jackpot in few years of now. good luck.
     
  4. B&J

    B&J Active Member DNPric.es Staff VIP

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    number.one would be an ultra premium.
     
  5. 5dots

    5dots Established Member

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    Pretty list! Especially like dictionary one. Now just need to convince a big player to move into that domain.

    Just reg. handph/one today
     
  6. alcy

    alcy Active Member VIP

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    thanks. u can make some nice hacks still. plus there should be a few single word english words left in it still, that could be worth getting.

    I was lucky enough to find out about .one from namepros forums, just on time to pickup a few decent ones.. things started to disappear pretty quick after that I remember.

    I'd take .one over xyz and many other extensiosn any day.. so it's a matter of feeling and personal taste sometimnes.. but sometimes feelings intuitions and personal tastes pay in domaining too.
     
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    ambrose.xu Established Member

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    hut.one nut.one yellowst.one
     
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    Isp.one
    Supplier.one
    Transporter.one
    Mvp.one
    And 50 other .One :)
     
  9. 5dots

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    datarecovery/one
     
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  11. AGAME

    AGAME Active Member VIP

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    phat .one
     
  12. Silentptnr

    Silentptnr Hey From L.A. VIP

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    I don't like most of the alternative extensions but I really like .one. I have registered a few:

    yay.one
    jzz.one
    gop.one
    zph.one
    kkz.one
     
  13. DNGear

    DNGear Domainnaut VIP

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    Zuijia.one
    Zuihao.one
     
  14. DOMAIN ILLUMINATI

    DOMAIN ILLUMINATI Owner of ▲ the most expensive domain of all time. Gold Account

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    Not mine, but already registered:
    oneoneoneoneoneoneoneoneoneoneoneoneoneoneoneoneoneoneoneoneone.one
    That's 21 times 'one' (which results in 63 characters - the max. length of a Domain name) + '.one'
     
  15. domain invest3r

    domain invest3r Pinyin domains for sale Gold Account

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    I got:

    mrdr.one
    payz.one
    cashz.one

    For the last two, I am aware that .zone exists but I prefer .one anyway + .zone renewals are way too expensive for a pauper like me!

    DI
     
  16. Silentptnr

    Silentptnr Hey From L.A. VIP

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    I agree..good names you got.
     
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    Fed
    Disk
    Fia
    Heal
    Were
    Ero
    Numero
    Unite
    Pour
    Lick
    Mumbai
    Psy
    Hamburger
    Hotdog
    Fuc*ed
     
  18. domain invest3r

    domain invest3r Pinyin domains for sale Gold Account

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    Thanks.

    I will snatch the opportunity to expand on the rationale on why I think .one is a good extension.

    If you are looking for an extension with potential to become a go to domain where companies must get their .com, net and now .co, .xyz, .wang. I see .one being one of these top contenders. It is short, sweet, memorable and it actually means something. The founder also seems dedicated to the registry, judging from his social media presence (although not exactly high profile). Plus, with the backdrop of one.com, I think we can hope for a silent but sure and rapid progression of .one into one of those 'go to' registrations for firms across industries.

    This is where other extensions I think fall short. Others like .today, .zone, .guide. - whilst they serve their purpose in specialist niches, they do not offer that generalist wow factor we domainers must and do thrive on.

    Just some thoughts. Keen to hear others!

    DI
     
  19. Silentptnr

    Silentptnr Hey From L.A. VIP

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    I agree with your post completely. My only concern is that .one sounds like .won. I hope that won't affect interest.
     
  20. domain invest3r

    domain invest3r Pinyin domains for sale Gold Account

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    Very true and not to be overlooked. Even if there were to be a .won (which I think I am correct in saying there isnt at the moment- sorry if incorrect), I do think .one is a lot stronger. The is only .ONE...!
     
  21. Silentptnr

    Silentptnr Hey From L.A. VIP

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    completely agree.
     
  22. doubleU

    doubleU Top Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I think its unlikely we will see a .won but this is an interesting point. Has issues with radio test and create problems with voice commands in future.
     
  23. Raindrops

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    I hand reg mine back in May and really liked the extension. I had a working list that at the time I could have grabbed then - but checking them now those words are gone. I wish I would have grabbed them then -

    Lame.one
    Shantou.one
    Lunar.one
    Speak.one
    Salute.one
    Zap.one
    Shot.one
    Bud.one
    Furry.one

    Oddly enough, there is one off my old working list that is still available and I just purchased it right now for old times sake:

    Scotland.one
     
  24. Silentptnr

    Silentptnr Hey From L.A. VIP

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    yes, they didn't last at the low price they were at. I only got a few and wish I had gotten many more.
     
  25. domain invest3r

    domain invest3r Pinyin domains for sale Gold Account

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    doubleU- A great point. How long do you think it will take for radio test/voice commands to have a controlling impact on domain names? Do you think it would be soon / significant enough to not invest in extensions with potential conflicts in these areas? Would be interested to hear your thoughts on this.
     

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