Hello, So we know when a buyer visits a domain for sale and sees a GoDaddy logo, we have trust. Trust is very good at engaging prospective buyers. Now when buyers visit a domain for sale page, most of them have no idea what the domain market is. Talking to GoDaddy and getting a price from GoDaddy is a big advantage imo. VS having to figure out a random offer with a random seller on something they don't understand. Now if the seller is known, clear contact, clear public profile, real, well known professional dealing with domain name, clear background, we also have trust. Such a seller has a huge advantage over one that doesn't have reputation. Think @Recons.Com , @Josh R , many more. On known marketplaces such as @DAN.COM , we could have a feature where one could basically assign all the domains in his/her account to a seller and let them negotiate all leads on his/her behalf in exchange for a commission, for example 10%. Remember, it's only about replying to a message or talking over on the phone to qualified leads. Nothing else. None of all the work involved in brokerage finding executives, contacting multiple people, following up with everyone, etc.. Domain owner sets his price, adds a floor for the broker, and lets him/her handle leads. Now because @Recons.Com and @Josh R have things to do, the marketplace would only let them (the broker) invite a person using an iD #. For example I would contact @Recons.Com or someone else on namepros or social media, let them know I have these domains, once they know I'm serious and my portfolio is good (profitable), they would send me an invite on DAN using the ID #. Everytime there's a lead they negotiate on my behalf, they get a 10% commission. Again, no work involved. Except replying to qualified leads. Yes, sometimes there's fake leads and other things. Professionals know how to handle such things. It's life. Yes we already have brokers on Uniregistry. Yes you can point your nameservers to Afternic and let their brokers handle leads on your behalf. Yes I've heard @Rob Monster is stepping in to help close deals using his reputation. Yes he's setting up brokerage. That's all good. What I'm talking about is adding easy features to known marketplace such as @DAN.COM that will make it easier for us all.