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Tesla has purchased the domain cybrtrk.com

Labeled as domains in Domain Industry News, started by Lox, Nov 15, 2019

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  1. Lox

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    The highly-anticipated Tesla pickup truck will be unveiled on November 21, just a week from now. In advance of this unveiling, Tesla has filed for a trademark with some non-standard spelling. It looks like they will be stylizing the name of the truck as: “CYBRTRK.” - cybertrk.com (Cybertruck.com?)

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  2. Haykay2005

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    Bad domain. Seller won a lottery ticket
     
  3. Michael Ehrhardt

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  4. vikki88

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    Thanks for the info!
     
  5. sharastar

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    Thanks for this Awesome info @Lox
     
  6. hookbox

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    The domain was just registered November 7, 2019. Its obvious that someone within the company with prior knowledge or someone in the trademark office registered the name with inside information.
     
  7. DomainBarracksRob

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    How do we know that Tesla didn't just reg it?

    "Purchased " from whom/where

    Person/Registry

    Looks to me like they Reg'd it themselves.
     
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  8. Lox

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    2018-01-19 Deleted Expired
     
  9. DomainBarracksRob

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    So with a date that old someone thought it up, and dropped it.

    And a new date of just under 2 weeks ago

    All that means is it went Back to the registery

    And sat there Un regd ( for almost a year)

    And Tesla went and regd it 11/07/19
     
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  10. Esiri Toneh

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    No domain is bad, it just needs the right owner. If one would think a domain is good, then there are more people like him who would think the same thing.:xf.smile:
     
  11. Joakim

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    Google is also a bad domain.
     
  12. Constantin S

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    Since the news broke about the reveal date, I've been so excited about the unveil. Anyway, I don't really any buyer would care about this, they care strictly about how good the vehicle is.
     
  13. Lox

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    correction

    CYBRTRK dot com (redirect Tesla com)
    Deleted /Expired 2016-04-26
    2019-11-07 New

    CyberTrk dot com
    Deleted / Expired 2018-01-19
    2019-11-14 New
     
  14. Haykay2005

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    Its now in the class of google because tesla bought it. If a newbie had posted it in the appraisal channel, your judgements would have been different
     
  15. Larion

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    this abbreviation "CYBRTRK" is a bit hard to read and also very hard to remember.



    I think this would be much better:

    CyberTruck.com
    CybTruck.com


    :coffee:
     
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  16. Joakim

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    You misunderstood my post. I think both are "bad" domain names. But the value is in the eye of the beholder.
     
  17. Esiri Toneh

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    Absolutely. My point exactly...
    @Haykay2005 The only "good" name is a real common word.
     
  18. Soofi

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    Crap! SMH
     
  19. ultradog

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    Apple didn't own its device names at first, either. I assume Tesla will upgrade later to cybertruck.com, because this squished word looks like cybertrak or cyberturk.
     
  20. Brands.International

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    cool name ... but what was the name exactly? I have already forgotten it since I scrolled down to post this post :)
     
  21. ForexTopNews

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    Interesting
     
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  23. Larion

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    CYBRTRK sounds like...

    CyberTurkey :xf.wink:
     
  24. Donavan

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    Let's just hope the branding team didn't put the truck together. They may have forgotten some very important pieces.:xf.smile:
     
  25. urlurl

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    they didnt 'buy' the name, please correct title - they just registered a bad name 9 days ago.

    and a bunch of crap alternatives has been registered yesterday
     

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