Discussion in 'Niche Domain Discussion' started by twomoon, Sep 24, 2009.
I've got a NamePros auction of some bot names.
We've got humanoidassistant.com and few others with 'humanoid' but not in King
Nice one, still holding Humanoid/Solutions and Humanoid/Systems in com, definitely a niche thats been getting some momentum in the news recently.
Yes indeed, I believe "humanoid" + keyword is something to hold onto.
It can only grow bigger and bigger in the future.
You got 2 great ones yourself.
I recently acquired TrainRobots in king.
Not a niche I normally target - but I had just read an article about how technology has progressed to where we will now train robots to perform tasks instead of programming them. So when I saw the domain in auction for a good price I thought - why not?
After receiving the domain I did a little more research and noticed Nvidia and others are already pushing this idea: https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/deep-learning-ai/industries/robotics/
And here I was thinking Thomas The Tank had become a robot
I also found some of the bot names not yet booked by anyone.
Connected BOTS (.com)
Not my sale...
OmniBot.com $12k Sedo
Wacky Robot .com
Company // Robots // .com
Company // Bots // .com
Comp // Robots // .com
droidamigo.com (Droid Friend)
droidsouk.com (Droid Shop)
droidsuq.com (Droid Shop)
amlrobotics.com (Advanced Machine Learning Robotics)
cobotinsure.com (A cobot or co-robot (from collaborative robot) is a robot intended to physically interact with humans in a shared workspace. This is in contrast with other robots, designed to operate autonomously or with limited guidance, which is what most industrial robots were up until the decade of the 2010s.)
@Sathyam, I like your thinking about the Robot Insurance related names... As we move into the era of domestic and mobile robotics, I think bots are going to be everywhere and subject to theft/damage/personal-injury claims, and specialized insurance is going to be required. To this end, I'm holding the following dot-coms:
So you are the one holding it... Good luck for you......
(global domain name for those unfamiliar with extension)
I own one of the best crypto names in .gdn.. but the extension is such a big question mark for me. nice keyword though!
Separate names with a comma.