You're saying that until they come out with games that will blow your mind. They're already promising 4K and 60+ fps and it will only get better with time
I’m only interested in Gaming that utilises the Blockchain so I can trade in-game items/assets/crypto cross platform.You're saying that until they come out with games that will blow your mind. They're already promising 4K and 60+ fps and it will only get better with time
Keep in mind, this is Google,
all they need to do is blacklist any site / name they don't like others using - therefore the name becomes useless and worthless if its at the bottom of a google search - LMFAO
As we have seen many times in the past on here, it doesn't do much for people's reputations when they are start dabbling in TM names. It may not even be a TM, so it may be ok, but its worth checking.
You have your own opinion and it's greatly appreciated. It sounds like you're bitter for being late . Times are changing. As I said in my earlier post, 1. what Google wanted, they would have secured prior to any announcement. This isn't their first rodeo, 2. if anything, they would encourage excitement for new products and services, especially for gaming, which would including blogs/vlogs, articles, game talk, and the boundless possibilities; they're hoping to corner the gaming market; they're calling this the 'Netflix of gaming', 3. are they really going to go after young Billy posting articles and Fortnite score stats on his website for he and his weekend school pals to enjoy? That would be a P.R. nightmare, 4. this isn't proprietary software they're trying to protect, 5. worst case, Google reaches out and acquires the domain(s) for a fraction of what it would cost to (a.) file a UDRP complaint, (b.) file a lawsuit, (c.) risk negative publicity with no real guarantee of success.I will make it short for the slow learners.
Assume for a minute Google is not going to file a UDRP against you.
is there somebody who is going to buy your names or perhaps your plan is to collect them ?
Every domain name has a registration date that is usually show in the whois record for everybody to see.
If you just registered a name good luck trying to convince a UDRP panel you did not register that name because the recent announcement by Google but you had the same idea at the same time
It's funny that people are even showcasing their names, as if they were daring somebody to do something.
At least this thread has educative value and exemplifies how not to do domaining.
You have your own opinion and it's greatly appreciated. It sounds like you're bitter for being late
You seem to know a lot about what Kate is thinking. It's 100% opinion, lol. Anyone can send a C&D letter. I can send you one now. Anyone can be contacted by an attorney, or someone pretending to be an attorney. BTW has the IRS contacted you for an outstanding debt and tried to get you to settle said debt with gift cards? Hmm what sort of domains do you have in your stash? I am sure I can tie them all with something I am affiliated with. PM domain list, full name, and address .What Kate posted isn't an opinion not is kate bitter about "being late".
Being late for regging domains that could land you in legal trouble isn't really anything to worry about. lol
Some people only learn the hard way. I was once that way. But when I started getting C&D letters and being contacted by attorneys, that fixed me right up.
Yes! You and Kate are one-in-the-same because you've read her post, so I can definitely understand how you know what Kate is thinkingI know what Kate is thinking to a degree because I have read many of Kates posts here on NP.
If Kate is jealous because she(?) missed the boat on regging TM infringing domains, I would be shocked to he|| and back.
If you don't know how to tell if a contact from an attorney is real or not, I have a few toll bridges grossing $5M/year to sell you at the low liquidation price of $500 each. I can even make you a package deal if you are interested in them all. DM if interested.