Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal started by Super-Annuation, Jul 30, 2019.
All thoughts are welcome
It's not worth anything. There is no such thing as the (singular) crypto asset. There are crypto assets, but the entire grammar of this domain makes no sense.
I disagree with your logic completely.
Lucky, I also have TheCryptoassets.com and CryptographicAssets.com (Cryptographic Asset: some people use as the formal name, like in a Taxonomy)
If anyone interested shares your logic, they should be happier with those two I guess haha
I like CryptographicAssets.com
Much stronger in my opinion.
I think so, it addresses the whole of the new asset class I guess
Agree. Sounds professional, and encapsulates everything. I'd certainly hold out for a good price on that one.
I definitely will. Hopefully the industry grows and replaces traditional securities, so it'll be like a holding of TheBond, The Fund or TheCapital.
I can dream hahahaha
Best advice would be to dump your whole "cryptoasset+keyword" buying process. There's no value in those names.
Stick to relevant, two word .com's at most. There's a reason why all of those are available to hand register.
I appreciate your advice and won't be purchasing them anymore. Cryptoassets are replacing traditional securities, 5 years they'll be marketable.
So two words like / / InShowtime / / InShowtimes?
Also, the word Cryptoasset is gaining traction in the media. It's becoming a thing.
Nope -- cryptos are inferred (digital) assets, making the term "asset(s)" redundant when combining with another keyword
You're only going to find appreciable success with exact-match options in this competitive environment..
I can acknowledge that. However, news on the Cryptoasset Industry and the recent Cryptoasset Taxonomy I read have led me to believe differently.
I'm likening the word to Cryptocurrency, except it's the whole asset class covering coins to tokens, and I do appreciate your concern. I'm still learning
$0.99. Crypto is worthless. Noone can benefit anything from crypto. Only rich miners get more richer. It will break adoption and thanks to confusing array of stupidness.
You can hate on it all you want, but people have been bashing it for a decade now and yet it only grows in popularity and value. Also, mining is slowly being replaced with POS, so you're already somewhat out of date.
I maintain that cryptographicassets.com is worth holding. The OP is right that crypto generally refers to things like bitcoin, Ethereum etc, but there are a wider array of implementations that sit outside of the realm of financial transactions. It's a crude example, but take crypto kitties - the idea of cryptographic backed property is there and growing.
As per my original post, not a fan of his other domains, but this one is worth holding for a bit. The term also appears in a fair bit of government documentation concerning crypto usage.
unofortinately worth zero
Thank you for this. I wasn't sure.
Also, The Cryptoasset Industry is projected to grow from 218 billion to 680 billion over the next 6 years.
Cryptoassets is like the word insurance and cryptocurrency is like health insurance.
TheCryptoasset is going to worth a lot.
WhatsW your rationale?
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