Labeled as domains in Domain Industry News, started by equity78, Mar 4, 2021
No bullies like karate.
Lol, the pleural (+s) has been registered for a while now. Available for just 40K
Do you even Understand The Word Yourself, because I don't think banks like Underwriting Things Without Yield.
Perhaps it's an acronym for Unsavoury Things We Yell at Unscrupulous Traders Wearing Yellow, who make Underhanded Trades With Yoghurt, while spreading Unusual Tales of Worthless Youth who read the University Trade World Yearbook?
It has potential
On NamePros it would be sold for low $xxx
There is always that somebody who may know more than you or me about a particular domain name.
And, such sales appears to be outliers to us. But, for the investor or an enduser it's a great deal.
Utah and Wyoming.
Acronym of each share a border with another.
You must have some technical knowledge to use Bitcoin... especially for the first users involved in... becoming familiar with public and private keys is in itself a big part, not talking about installing and launching a full node... and between ethereum and bitcoin there is a univers of differences... so crypto users are familiar with this technical terms and I can't see any problem to adopte it (knowing it's a casual word on this niche and many learned about it).
From my exp in crypto, the keyword private key is more often used. And that term is going away because wallets are becoming (or are already) user-friendly such that no one uses private keys... just the wallet safety passwords and authentications.
UTXO is even more foreign than the keyword private key. People are just going to say "wallet balance" or something.
I dont understand what you mean
No brains little knowledge
It still has substantial Chinese meanings just like niubi
With x in name thought would be doomed. I see it was a Chinese crypto site with a month of high traffic. Aug 2018
X factor is always on the map
Lol! I sense sarcasm here!
This is interesting. I have unlimited access to 4 letter .com domains that have expired. Sometimes even 3 letter .com domains are in the list. I can't believe a domain like that would sell for that much. Definitely interesting to hear this and thanks for sharing.
How are you unlimited to domains and why would you be surprised that the ONE you were not able to acquire sold as little as 20k ?
@LoodeX there's a ton of them that have expired on an expired domain site I get on called expireddomains.net - If you use namecheap you can pick up a ton for only around $9 each. Good for reselling.
Interesting, I did not know that was a term for such event.
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Yeah I thought I remember seeing some but I believe it was 4 characters, rather then 4 letters. That being with a number included. However I did snag a 3 letter with a dash just recently from year 2000. There are some gems on there. The best method in my opinion seems to be to go for the domains that have the greatest number of backlink domains pointing towards it which you can do by clicking the proper header so the ones with the most go to the top. As for this domain selling for that much it has me quite interested in what the future holds for me as far as a career might go which I've been considering. I feel like most domain sellers tend to use the money they make off it to buy more. So in turn that's probably what I'll be doing once I make a sale or 2.
The more I learn the more I realized that I don't know anything. Thank you so much @Jv1999 for sharing this valuable insight. There are so many things to learn and keep updating. Those of us who compare Domain with real estate here that might be true for the domain end-user but for domainers it is big ever expanding GALAXY. We find some new stars here and there. Nobody knows from where it start & where it will end. And in spit of your best effort you can't cover everything. If you expand your portfolio exponentially just to cover everything you realize that you entered into blackhole which has started sucking your energy (profitability/ annual renew) and eventually their is nothing to acquire and grab.
Don't know if it make sense in crypto or any other upcoming sector, I own UTroX .com which I acquired long ago simply because I liked it as a short, simple & memorable name, perfect criteria for GreatBrands and now after reading your article and some research I believe it has bright future prospects.
Thank you once again.
That's what's hard about domaining. You're constantly doing research because the dropping domains are in all industries.
That's why people tell you to concentrate on one industry you know and just buy domains for that one.
Separate names with a comma.