Discussion in 'Niche Domain Discussion' started by mrcurly, May 12, 2014.
That was what they sold for.
ah.. congrats. After selling Bitcoinsnearme huh? Nice one bro.
thanks boss, ooh i am not the seller of bitcoinsnearme
That post was from 3 and a half years ago.
okay bro. May be I mixed it up/
It's why i started to work more and more on 360 productions, the market is growing every day..looks pretty good and with the 6dOf user will really discover the power of 360 photos/videos.
For example here is a 360 picture i made 2 days ago near where i live :
my .com names:
VROS dot com sold yesterday on Flippa for $3k. (not my sale, check "just sold" section)
Nice ! .ORG is mine. Hope VR Operating System on its way.
Aaaaaahhh! So you're the guy who put VROnlineGames up sale at $250k
I have OnlineVRGame(s) and WebVR(AR,MR,XR) Games
Nice to finally put a "face" on the domain! Get any offers?
That is so cool! But, I think I strained my neck getting the 360 view.
Great domains. Someone here needs to build a site specific to listing Just VR domains. Enough viewers and ads would pay for it.
This is what real consumer vr looks like
Nice name to build on.
CollaborativeVR / VRCollaboration
3 reasons why VR’s killer app will be collaborative
Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are game-changers for the enterprise, enabling real-time remote collaboration experiences that were simply not possible before. While these technologies have not yet gained traction at a mass-market level, they hold great promise as the most practical use case for immersive technologies.
Skeptics correctly point out that VR lacks a “killer app,” such as the Halo franchise that helped establish the Xbox Live service as a dominant force in online console gaming. They may be justified in their criticism. Indeed, according to a 2016 study conducted by Upload VR and Perkins Coie, the biggest obstacle that the industry faces is “the lack of compelling content, problems with user experience and cost as the main impediments to AR and VR adoption in the coming years.”
Jason Rubin, head of content at Oculus, admitted last year: “It needs the spark, and I don’t think we’ve had the spark yet, to be honest.” However, virtual collaboration tools could emerge as this industry’s elusive “spark”. This piece will cover three key insights from VR and AR entrepreneurs about why collaboration is the future of immersive technology.
Apple Positions New iMac Pro for VR Development, Available Starting Thursday
VRCrypto.com 1,030 USD 2017-12-13 GoDaddy (not my sale)
That's a nice sale. I have VRTokens/com in the portfolio
Just sold a VR+Keyword.net for $750 will post when completed
Nice news as I have a huge portfolio on sale on flippa. (also had a VR+keyword.net sold 2 days ago for 300 euros, about $350)
Already have 550 views.
my last VR sale:
a good ROI
good hunting and Xmas sales !!!
Great sale, congrats
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