Labeled as new gtlds in gTLD Discussion started by atinc, Mar 28, 2017.
selling part-worn car tyres
(information on online game apps newly released)
Find.jobs is now up and running, powered by Google AI. Find.jobs will deploy Google Cloud Job Discovery API. It will offer possible candidates over 8 million positions, all refreshed daily.
This is awesome
This domain has also been created.
This .company site is very impressive:
Led.Lighting - used by PHILIPS
in my sig..
These are awesome
Vacation.Rentals | buyer paid half a million for this domain.
click here to watch the video interview with the owner of Vacation.Rentals
Still in develope.. Adding destinations
www.cobi.bike which is now bought out by Bosch company
Philips owns at least one other gtld I know of but inactive last I checked (ditto Microsoft)
Very switched on corporations
Bunnies.xyz - Tracking bunny token price. It is on pause now because the token is not yet listed in crypto markets.
It used to have a bot to take the data automatically from bunnytoken.com - it will have a bot as well when it will be listed, so no manual work
DomainName.Help is a live site, does automated website evaluations and has a website market.
ibrea.network - International Blockchain Real Estate Association
I posted this on .space discussion, but I think no one has here:
Asgardia has been in the news a fair amount since their big meeting in June, and their site is at about 55,000 in Alexa last time I checked. They have a bit over 200.000 'residents', and one satellite in orbit. Here is the blurb about them:
"Asgardia was created with three top goals in mind: to ensure the peaceful use of space, to protect the Earth from space hazards, and to create a demilitarized and free scientific base of knowledge in space. Asgardia also has a long-term objective of setting up habitable platforms in space and building settlements on the Moon."
They do also use a .com, but their main site is the .space extension one.
Momentus Space This company is significant space startup that develops propulsion systems that use water instead of chemical accelerants (yes, really, not a scam!). They ionize the water, and then it is a plasma propulsion system. An (originally) Russian physicist is the lead, although no longer lives in Russia. They just had a launch this week of a system. Naturally the .space extension is a great fit.
You can read about their most recent launch and the company from this article on TechCrunch last week
There are many small scientific companies starting to use .science. This one, California based, provides biomaterials for use in research and development in (primarily) medical research.
This company uses space platforms for Earth imaging for various research, agriculture and land use applications
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