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Labeled as discuss in Niche Domain Discussion, started by Keith, Mar 12, 2014

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  1. karmaco

    karmaco Top Contributor VIP

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    Really hard to say what you can get (not what its technically worth which is obviously a good sum). Problem is crypto is nowhere near its peak popularity maybe not ever will be the craze it was before or will turn and evolve into other things and people will say bitcoin that old thing— no one really knows the future. Many predicted trends never come to pass etc.

    I see bitcoinx.com is slightly developed into a money generating site not sure if that hurts or helps your version.
     
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  2. legendarynames

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    I know it's difficult and what the future reserves for crypto is anyone's guess. This is just a exercise. I'll disclose the offer I got after a few replies.
     
  3. karmaco

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    I want to say for me in these times I would accept some version of five figures but I am no expert. Its a great name, category killer, huge potential in the right hands and all that. Just not sure how long I would hold out.
     
  4. alcy

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    well so far and still now everything works in usd or other fiats of one's country...

    things will not change overnite and if we keep track, we can notice when they do change.. so we may have some opportunity to act on it.

    the real problem may become that if all world's fiats fail and devalue... cause its not just about usd.. then what are the other safe stores of value... it is possible the answer will simply be.. none. and then we're all basically screwed... and we all become venezuala, zimbabwe ... x1000.
     
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  6. Winfluence

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    I would turn down anything under 65k...

    Before the arrival of the coronavirus I would require more but the crisis has tested bitcoin as a safe haven currency and it completely failed. It's status as a potential "currency of the future" has been stripped, so that affects how I judge bitcoin domains and bitcoin in general.
     
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  8. legendarynames

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    There's a compelling argument from Andreas Antonopoulos on why BTC hasn't failed as a safe haven despite coronavirus. Check it out.
     
  9. Winfluence

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    I'll check it out, but I think the evidence that it's not a safe haven was observed by the world in plain sight when the price tanked soectacularly when people dumped it as we entered this crisis. The price of the US dollar increased because historically its been associated with gold, which has historically been a safe haven commodity. It's as plain as day, but again I'm open minded and will search for it.

    It's worth noting that I do think that this crisis does strengthen the argument for crypto as an industry though. It's a direct endorsement IMHO.
     
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    criptoe.JPG
    This dropped today and it made me laugh, so I registered it. :)
     
  11. enterscope

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    Block Encryption / com for sale open to offers
     
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    CCBrowser
    (Crypto Currency Browser)

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    KINGCOINS.CO
     
  14. MRTOM1989

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    Some recent registrations:

    CryptoHush.com

    CryptoAddy.com
     
  15. 33S

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    SecureCoinExchange.com
     
  16. subjot

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    CoinMarketex dot com
     
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    LedgerStick.com
    Crypto currency ledger USB stick
     
  18. DoughMayne

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    I would accept $27,500.00 minimum.
     
  19. legendarynames

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    The offer was $20,000.
     
  20. Winfluence

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    Who on earth would want this domain when there's already Ledger.com that is a crypto USB stick company?
     
  21. Winfluence

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    Yeah that's too low. You made a wise choice to reject in my. It's worth at least 3 to 4 times that amount at this moment... But that's just IMHO
     
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