Labeled as auction in Domain Auctions started by BabayS, Nov 18, 2018.
was 1M.com an IDN ?
Of Course No... Just Comparable.
However, Thank you for reminding me.
I will change the guidelines, to point that 1M.com is not IDN.
Starting Bid: $9
BIN: 90? 90 dollars or 90 what? I just bidded on 1m.com. The winning price is 111,000 dollars.
Thanks for remind me...
Bin is $90.
This is IDN. But good for cellection just to proof that the owner has 2 characters .com....
Does this mean that I can buy m1.com at 90 dollars?
What does IDN mean?
Yes. Of course you can have it by posting "SOLD" in this thread.
IDN is Internationalized Domain Name.
For example this thread is IDN because character writen like letter "M" in
м1.com, is not "M" in latin alphabet.
You can search in google, the full meaning of IDN. I am sure you will understand.
I am confused, then if I need to type into the browser, shouldn't I type M?
This is the punycode:
You can type it in a browser.
That is why I said, м1.com
Good for collection as a proof that we have 2 characters .com (although it is only IDN)...
Thanks for clarification.
You are welcome.
Interested to make a starting bid for $9 only?
Sorry, I am not interested and I am not familiar with this kind of domains. I only like English letter domains.
Sold to Irvin raul
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