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TheCryptoasset.com

Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal started by Super-Annuation, Jul 30, 2019.

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  1. Super-Annuation

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    TheCryptoasset.com

    All thoughts are welcome
     
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  4. whenpillarsfall

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    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.
     
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    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
     
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    I like CryptographicAssets.com

    Much stronger in my opinion.
     
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    I think so, it addresses the whole of the new asset class I guess
     
  8. whenpillarsfall

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    Agree. Sounds professional, and encapsulates everything. I'd certainly hold out for a good price on that one.
     
  9. Super-Annuation

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    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
     
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    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.
     
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    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?
     
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    Also, the word Cryptoasset is gaining traction in the media. It's becoming a thing.
     
  14. Mary Muse

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    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..

    Coin+Keyword
    Keyword+Coin(s)
    Crypto+Keyword
    Keyword+Crypto(s)
    etc..
     
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    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
     
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    $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.
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    unofortinately worth zero
     
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    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.
     
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    WhatsW your rationale?
     

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