Located in Niche Domain Discussion, started by mrcurly, May 12, 2014
Handreg as soon as it dropped. Lux as a suffix has some decent sales so I plan on holding this one until I get the price I'm looking for.
Got VirtualDating in (.)org
Just sold VRO .io on Dan.com for $495
I havent been actively selling domains.
Sold VRG .io for $1100 on Dan.com last month
SOLD Small sell of JamVR.com for $500 via Godaddy
UCLA Surgical Training Study Shows VR Beats Traditional Training by 130%
A randomized study conducted at UCLA to test the difference between VR and traditional surgical training found that medical students trained in VR scored significantly better than traditional methods...
Four letter VR domain already up to $450 on GD today.
It was VRGT. Ended up $1080.
Domain Price Date Venue
VRGT com $1,090 USD 2019-08-10 GD
Virtual reality game-broadcasting platform Vreal throws in the towel
Seattle-based VR startup Vreal announced Wednesday that it is laying off its staff and closing up shop. The news comes even after the company had raised $15 million in venture capital.
I sold them VReal.net some years ago.
Other than the vReal domain sale I’ve never heard of this company, so haven’t been doing that much to say how much money they raised.
Truth is though same thing will happen to most of these companies (vReal/VRideo etc) VR isn’t profitable yet, when you look at the potential of VR, the companies who probably go on to be at the forefront of VR sometime within the next decade probably aren’t even in business yet.
They approached me about buying the .com when they were just starting out and using the .io, but once they acquired the .net they pretty much lost interest in the .com.
Not having the .com sure didn’t help.
From my knowledge and limited dealings with them, it seemed that management were more tech-oriented and they didn't understand or value the marketing aspect of their business. You only had to look at their avatars and uninspiring website to see this. They should have taken a look at Magic Leap's marketing for inspiration. I also think that they weren't 100% committed to the project.
I think these factors contributed to their lack of traction and not being able to pivot or find someone to buy them out.
Got OnboardVR, was not so far from inflightVR
Inflight VR secures $4.5 million in funding for virtual reality IFE
When I first time realize the VR is going to be a big thing the first thing I thought is eye-damaging and eye maintaining so I registered VReyedrops.com at 2016-09-15, I thought someone may producing some kind of eye drops for VR player.
Someone got VRstripper for $239. An end user will build on that one day.
VRkr com $670 USD 2019-08-16 GD
VReau com $278 USD 2019-08-15 GD
VRstripper com $239 USD 2019-08-15 GD
Recently I discovered that there are virtual models/influencers that are use for marketing especially in instagram. Virtual models are "incredibly realistic computer generated people." And according to some this trend will continue in the future.
I have VirtualModel.org and virtualMoadel.io also VRracing.net what do you guys think?
VRracing in com is awesome. The dot net maybe 1/100th the value of the com.
Dang, another VR name with 11th highest number of bids on GD. Making me want to try one of mine.
VRtruck com $651 USD 2019-08-20 GD
Should I keep renewing 3dporn co or let it drop? Whatdo you guys think? I do have the patience to wait 5ish years, but will people still be calling it 3d porn?
If its .com then best to hold with this name in your case it's .co so you have to decide what's best for you and how much is your risk quotient i do not know.
One more last option is to try Grit Brokerage by asking @Brian Harbin and if he accept to broker your domain then you have some chances to maybe sell them.But i doubt if they broker Adult website.
Brain Harbin has brokered good domains and lot of them has one word .co(Data taken from GritBrokerage.com but none Adult at least from the website information).
So even though the website is Adult name your only best bet is to give it a try with Brain Harbin.
Else go the tough route if you can take the risk and hold it.
Separate names with a comma.