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the biggest dot-brand in the world has 50,000 domains, but are they legit?
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trump nominee open to retaking icann oversight role
namescon picks if you’re not a domainer
.com-dominated namescon auction already has one million-dollar bid
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the biggest dot-brand gtld active today has about 50,000 domains under management, but the vast majority of them may not be compliant with icann rules.
the european broadcasting union plans to operate the forthcoming .radio gtld in such a way as to discourage domain investors.
the incoming head of the us department of commerce has indicated that it is unlikely he’ll try to reestablish the us government’s unique oversight of icann, at least in the short term.
i’m not going to namescon this year. scheduling conflicts, personal life, blah blah blah. you don’t need to know.
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dominate the drop: best practices for successfully acquiring deleting domains
domain monetization for registries and registrars
the most shocking udrp decisions of 2016
investing in new tlds – making money in the short and long term
namescon domain auction 2017
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christian domainers breakfast buffet
building a business to last decades
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will branded tlds impact the marketplace in 2017 and beyond?
dollars and sense of .net
dns industry swot analysis, 2017 edition
a look ahead at new tlds
bloggers broadcast: dispatches from namescon 2017
the pragmatic rebel: a fireside chat with elliot noss
privacy and your domains
executive roundtable: industry trends forecast for 2017
there’s still about week to go until this year’s namescon conference kicks off in las vegas, but the live auction that will close the first day of the show has already seen pre-bidding action.
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the biggest dot-brand gtld active today has about 50,000 domains under management, but the vast majority of them may not be compliant with icann rules.
the european broadcasting union plans to operate the forthcoming .radio gtld in such a way as to discourage domain investors.
the incoming head of the us department of commerce has indicated that it is unlikely he’ll try to reestablish the us government’s unique oversight of icann, at least in the short term.
i’m not going to namescon this year. scheduling conflicts, personal life, blah blah blah. you don’t need to know.
the evolution of domaining
dominate the drop: best practices for successfully acquiring deleting domains
domain monetization for registries and registrars
the most shocking udrp decisions of 2016
investing in new tlds – making money in the short and long term
namescon domain auction 2017
uniregistry after hours party
christian domainers breakfast buffet
building a business to last decades
china masterclass
will branded tlds impact the marketplace in 2017 and beyond?
dollars and sense of .net
dns industry swot analysis, 2017 edition
a look ahead at new tlds
bloggers broadcast: dispatches from namescon 2017
the pragmatic rebel: a fireside chat with elliot noss
privacy and your domains
executive roundtable: industry trends forecast for 2017
there’s still about week to go until this year’s namescon conference kicks off in las vegas, but the live auction that will close the first day of the show has already seen pre-bidding action.
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di pro tld health check di jobs (free) about advertise rss feed twitter feed recent posts the biggest dot-brand in the world has 50,000 domains, but are they legit? .radio set for november launch, weird tiered pricing trump nominee open to retaking icann oversight role namescon picks if you’re not a domainer .com-dominated namescon auction already has one million-dollar bid domain “slammer” making millions in oz dca files for another .africa injunction rightside cuts super-premium fees in half, drops premium renewals icann retires affirmation of commitments with us gov termination on the .orientexpress ncc sells open registry at huge discount ica worried icann will force urs on .net icann’s top dc lobbyist gets consumer safeguards role icann terminates penis pill pimp registrar gmo and radix secure chinese gtld approval security experts say icann should address collisions before approving more new tlds .africa could go live after court refuses injunction donuts extends dpml plus and delays price hike urs comes to .mobi as icann offers afilias lower fees registrars off the hook for silly icann transfer policy mitsubishi pulls plug on dot-brand gtld pheenix adds 300 more registrars to drop-catch arsenal neustar agrees to go private in $2.9 billion deal after zika threat passes, icann confirms return to puerto rico go daddy’s merdinger named dna chair donuts acquires stagnant .irish tld free .shop domains until christmas trump trends in .com, while stoners hit .net three millionth .it name registered survey says most whois records “accurate” buy a $10k .club, get a free t-shirt icann picks madrid for next gtld industry meeting icann 57 brings in thousands of noobs spot all the easter eggs in this radix mannequin viral [nsfw] godaddy will pay $1.79 billion for heg in major euro expansion .xyz, .club and .vip get the nod to sell in china dropcatch spends millions to buy five hundred more registrars short .at domain auction raises over $1m donuts loses $22.5m .web lawsuit as judge rules gtld applicants cannot sue privacy risk under new domain transfer policy transferring domains gets more complex this week godaddy in talks to buy massive registrar host europe – report amazon backtracks after pricing free alexa list at over $900,000 oracle buys dyn just weeks after huge attack after shaky start, .blog launches today famous four exec moves to centralnic who are the five new icann directors? .food goes live, and it’s a closed generic afilias retains .org back-end deal nominet suspends over 8,000 “criminal” domains as ip complaints double the biggest dot-brand in the world has 50,000 domains, but are they legit? kevin murphy, january 19, 2017, domain registries the biggest dot-brand gtld active today has about 50,000 domains under management, but the vast majority of them may not be compliant with icann rules. real estate domains llc runs .realtor in partnership with the national association of realtors, a us-based real estate agent membership organization. red/nar has an icann policy exemption that means it does not have to open .realtor to competition between registrars, but it does not appear to be sticking to the promises it made when it asked for that exemption. red has told di that it believes it is fully compliant with its contractual obligations. the .realtor gtld is highly unusual, possibly even unique, in the market. it is, by most comparisons, a thriving new gtld. it has tens of thousands of domain names and thousands of active web sites. it’s the 59th-biggest 2012-round gtld, according to zone file counts. it has more names than .blog, .webcam and .ninja. it currently has about 48,000 names in its zone file, a bit less than half of its november 2015 peak of 110,000. it’s been offering a free first-year name to nar members since launch, which may account for the first-year peak and second-year trough. it’s arguably a “dot-brand”, but its domains are primarily used by fee-paying third parties, which is not the case for the over 500 other dot-brands out there today. the string “realtor” is in fact an trademark, fiercely guarded by the nar and apparently at genuine risk of genericide. to call yourself a realtor, you have to pay nar local and national membership fees that can run into hundreds of dollars a year. to register a .realtor domain, you have to be an nar member. so, even though the price of a .realtor domain is only around $40 at name share (the only approved .realtor registrar), the cost of eligibility is much higher. i think that the way the nar is selling its names to third-party realtors is very possibly a breach of icann rules, but explaining why i think that will get a bit complicated. to begin with, whether a gtld is a “dot-brand” depends to a great extent on your definition of the term. i usually take “dot-brand” to mean any new gtld that has specification 13 — which allows registries to ignore icann policies such as the otherwise mandatory sunrise period — in its registry agreement. there are 463 gtlds that have spec 13 so far. they’re being used to a greater or lesser extent by the respective registries to promote their own brands. some have set up a bunch of domains with redirects to specific urls on their .com or cctld site. others have built a modest number of custom sites to promote various products, services, offers or marketing campaigns. a small number have been using their domains to help business partners. spanish car maker seat points scores of .seat domains to cookie-cutter sites promoting local car dealerships, but i’ve seen no evidence these dealers have any control over these domains. almost all of the time, the only entity actually using the domain is the registry — that is, the brand owner — itself. there’s also another definition of dot-brand — any gtld that does not have spec 13, but does have an exemption to specification 9 of the standard icann registry agreement. spec 9, also called the “code of conduct”, is the part of the ra that requires registries to give equal, non-discriminatory access to all icann-accredited registrars. it’s there to stop registries favoring registrars they have close relationships with and therefore to keep the market competitive. every spec 13 dot-brand has a spec 9 exemption, but not every tld with a spec 9 exemption has signed spec 13. there are 66 gtlds that have the spec 9 exemption but do not have spec 13 in their contracts. almost all of these have fewer than 100 domains in their zone file today. the spec 9 exemption was created to avoid the stupid and undesirable situation where a big-name company has to open access to its dot-brand back-end registry to multiple registrars, even though it is the only registrant permitted to register names there. the code of conduct is there to protect registrants. when there is only one registrant, there’s no need for protection. with multiple registrants, competition needs to be enforced. to get the spec 9 exemption, dot-brands have to send a letter to icann promising three things: all domain name registrations in the tld are registered to, and maintained by, registry operator for the exclusive use of registry operator or its affiliates (as defined in the registry agreement); registry operator does not sell, distribute or transfer control or use of any registrations in the tld to any third party that is not an affiliate of registry operator; and application of the code of conduct to the tld is not necessary to protect the public interest those bullets are copied from the march 2014 .realtor letter (pdf), but they’re all basically the same. the first bullet says that domains have to be registered to the registry operator. in the case of .realtor, that’s red/nar. and in fact, as far as i can tell, every .realtor domain has the red/nar listed in the “registrant” field of its whois record. the registry owns the lot. but that bullet also says that .realtor domains have to be “maintained by” and “for the exclusive use of” the registry operator (in this case, the nar) and its “affiliates”. the second bullet says that the registry cannot give “control or use” of any .realtor domain to a third party that is not an “affiliate” of the registry. the term “affiliate” is important here. the spec 9 exemption states that it is defined by the ra, and the ra defines it like this: for the purposes of this agreement: (i) “affiliate” means a person or entity that, directly or indirectly, through one or more intermediaries, or in combination with one or more other persons or entities, controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with, the person or entity specified, and (ii) “control” (including the terms “controlled by” and “under common control with”) means the possession, directly or indirectly, of the power to direct or cause the direction of the management or policies of a person or entity, whether through the ownership of securities, as trustee or executor, by serving as an employee or a member of a board of directors or equivalent governing body, by contract, by credit arrangement or otherwise. my reading of this is that an affiliate is an entity that is controlled, in a corporate sense, by the registry. the definition came about as a way to stop domain companies trying to avoid policy obligations by hiding behind shell companies. however, in my opinion, the vast majority of .realtor domains today are in fact being controlled and used by third parties that are not registry affiliates by the ra definition. the first giveaway is whois. while red/nar is listed as the “registrant” of pretty much all .realtor domains, in most cases the “administrative” contact is listed as the person or company who caused the name to be registered. third-party realtors, in other words. second, the registry’s web site states plainly that nar member realtors can “get” and “use” .realtor domains and goes on to specify that they can use the names to build a web site, set up an email address, and even redirect the domain to an existing site. doing a google search for .realtor sites, you’ll find that realtors are in fact using .realtor domains for these permitted purposes. this seems to be a case of thousands of non-registry parties paying for “control” and “use” of domains that are supposed to be restricted to the registry’s control and use. it seems to be true that they don’t “own” the domains that they “use”, but they nevertheless do “use” them in much the same way as i expect a significant majority of non-domainer registrants in other tlds “use” their domains. nar/red is of course fully aware of its ra obligations, and has written its own terms to accommodate them. on a .realtor registry web site, its registration agreement, or “license agreement”, states: you represent, warrant and agree that you are a realtor®, an nar member, the canadian real estate association (“crea”), a member of crea, an nar or crea member board or association, an nar affiliate, an nar licensee, or otherwise in a contractual relationship with nar relating to use of nar’s realtor® mark and that, in such capacity, you are deemed an “affiliate” of red as such is defined in the registry agreement, including as specifically set forth in the code of conduct exemption. the nar is basically asking its members to affirm, via the small print of their registration agreement (that the majority won’t read) and the .realtor ra (which i’m sure none of them will read), that the nar has some kind of corporate control over them. that’s clearly not the case, in my understanding. the nar’s members are generally fully independent sole traders or limited companies. realtors causing .realtor domains to be registered on their behalf are no more “affiliates” of red or the nar than i would be an affiliate of facebook if, perchance, there’s a similar clause in the facebook terms of service. while i’ve been asking industry experts about this for the last couple of weeks, it was suggested to me that the fact that .realtor registrants have a “contract” with the registry (to license the realtor trademark) is enough to satisfy the “affiliate” definition. i don’t buy it. every registrant in every tld signs a contract whenever they register a domain name. if a contract were sufficient for a spec 9 opt-out, every gtld would have the opt-out. at this point you may be wondering what the harm of this business model is. i wondered the same thing myself. the main harm, as far as i can see it, is that it sets a precedent for other gtlds to avoid contractual obligations. the other is that .realtor registrants (for want of a better term) are locked into the one approved registrar, name share, forever. if name share were to raise its prices, they would not have the option to move to another registrar. name share, part of the encirca registrar family, specializes in niche tlds and currently charges a not-unreasonable $39.95 per year for a .realtor domain. there’s also the fact that gtlds themed around real estate are thin on the ground right now. red/nar also controls the new gtld .realestate, but it has yet to launch for unknown reasons. .realtor went from delegation to general availability in less than three months back in mid-2014 — a fast launch — but .realestate was delegated in april 2016 and hasn’t even set out its launch plan yet. it’s a fully generic, non-brand gtld but it hasn’t told icann when its sunrise, trademark claims or ga dates are yet. it hasn’t even launched its nic.realestate web site yet, which is a contractual obligation also in the ra. i don’t know why red/nar has not started to launch .realestate yet. when i asked red’s top brass i did not get a reply. but i do know that a real estate agent in north america today who wants to get a domain in a semantically valuable tld has one fewer option due to the absence of .realestate from the market. another option, buying a .realty domain from top level spectrum, is not possible either because, 18 months after delegation, it also has not launched. then there’s .homes, a restricted gtld operated by dominion enterprises, but that has virtually no registrar support and fewer than 100 names in its zone eight months after general availability started. the only real option right now (other than using an unrelated tld) is to buy a .realtor domain, but they’d have to pay hundreds of dollars to nar for membership and then would not have a choice of registrars through which to register. i put all of my questions about the business model and the spec 9 exemption to red last week. “we believe we are in full compliance with the spec 9 exemption as granted by icann based on our request and posted publicly here,” ceo matthew embrescia said in an email (link in original). brian johnson, general counsel for red, said in a separate email: our position is that red is in full compliance as such relates to spec 9 for .realtor. in fact, we think .realtor is a very successful example of a tld with a legitimate business model which incorporates a spec 9 exemption. i also pushed johnson and embrescia for specific explanations of why i might be wrong in my interpretation of the spec 9 exemption and how red is applying it, but i did not get any replies. a senior icann staffer, while declining to comment on the specifics of any tld or any compliance investigation, told me that my understanding of the spec 9 exemption is correct. i gather that all spec 9-exempt registries are obliged to submit an annual report about their exemption compliance, and that the 2016 report is due tomorrow. however, i believe .realtor’s business model is well over one year old already, so it’s debateble whether icann has been paying attention. comment tagged: .homes, .realestate, .realtor, .realty, .red, dominion, dot-brands, encirca, name share, nar, national association of realtors, new gtlds, real estate domains, spec 13, spec 9, trademarks .radio set for november launch, weird tiered pricing kevin murphy, january 19, 2017, domain registries the european broadcasting union plans to operate the forthcoming .radio gtld in such a way as to discourage domain investors. it yesterday set out its launch timetable, registration restrictions, and expects registrars to charge companies between €200 and €250 per domain per year ($213 to $266). interestingly, it’s also proposing to charge different, lower prices for individuals, though that pricing tier has not been disclosed. i’m not sure i can think of another company that wants to charge different prices depending on the class of registrant and it seems like would be tough to enforce. if i’m the domain manager at a radio company, can’t i just register the domain in my own name, rather than my employer’s, in order to secure the lower price? other registries, notably .sucks, have come under fire in the past for charging trademark owners higher fees. isn’t basing pricing tiers on the legal status of the registrant pretty much the same thing? that perception could be reinforced by the angle the ebu is taking in its marketing. “we are proposing that the radio community may like to consider securing the integrity of their web presence by requesting appropriate .radio domains for defensive reasons initially,” .radio tld manager alain artero said in a blog post. “the tld will be focused on content and matters specific to radio and we want to prevent speculators and cybersquatting in this tld,” he added. the ebu is not planning to take the tld to general availability until november, which is a long launch runway by any measure. before then, for two months starting may 3, there’ll be a qualified launch program in which radio stations (as opposed to “internet” radio stations) will be able to claim priority registration for their brand. sunrise will begin in august. the ebu secured rights to .radio as a “community” gtld, meaning it has to enforce registration restrictions, after a 2014 community priority evaluation ruling allowed it to win its contention set without an auction. the eligibility criteria are somewhat broad, including: “radio broadcasting stations. unions of broadcasters. internet radios. radio amateurs. radio professionals (journalists, radio hosts, djs…) [and] radio-related companies selling radio goods and services”. 2 comments tagged: .radio, cybersquatting, ebu, european broadcasting union, new gtlds, sucks, sunrise trump nominee open to retaking icann oversight role kevin murphy, january 19, 2017, domain policy the incoming head of the us department of commerce has indicated that it is unlikely he’ll try to reestablish the us government’s unique oversight of icann, at least in the short term. but at his confirmation hearing in congress yesterday, trump nominee for secretary of commerce wilbur ross said he’d be open to ideas about how the us could increase its power over icann. he was responding to a question from ted cruz, the texas senator who made halting the iana transition one of his key concerns last year. cruz, framing the question in such a way as to suggest icann is now in the hands of an intergovernmental consortium (which it is not) asked ross whether he was committed to preventing censorious regimes using icann to hinder americans’ freedom of speech. ross replied: as such a big market and really as the inventors of the internet, i’m a little surprised that we seem to be essentially voiceless in the governance of that activity. that strikes me as an intellectually incorrect solution. but i’m not aware of what it is that we actually can do right now to deal with that. if it exists, if some realistic alternative comes up, i’d be very interested. his response also mischaracterizes the power balance post-transition. the us is not “essentially voiceless”. rather, it has the same voice as every other government as a member of the governmental advisory committee. its role is arguably still a lot more powerful than other nations, given that icann is now bylaws-bound to remain headquartered in california and under us jurisdiction. as head of commerce, ross will have authority over the national telecommunications and information administration, the agency most directly responsible for dealing with icann and domain name issues in general. ntia itself will to the best of my knowledge still be headed by assistant secretary larry strickling, who handled the iana transition from the us government side. (update: this may not be correct) ross, 79, is a billionaire investor who made most of his estimated $2.5 billion fortune restructuring bankrupt companies in the coal and steel industries. 3 comments tagged: commerce, donald trump, iana, icann, ntia, ted cruz, transition namescon picks if you’re not a domainer kevin murphy, january 17, 2017, gossip i’m not going to namescon this year. scheduling conflicts, personal life, blah blah blah. you don’t need to know. it’s a shame, as i’ve enjoyed the show in previous years and there’s usually plenty to be learned even if, like me, you’re not a domain investor. so while i won’t be there, i thought i’d put together a list of sessions that i’d be likely to attend in my capacity as a non-domainer, if i were attending. which i’m not. don’t get me wrong, i usually find the domainer-focused stuff interesting. it’s just less interesting to me because di is not an investment tip sheet and i personally have no pony in the race. in agenda order… the evolution of domaining this is frank schilling’s seemingly annual keynote, this year subtitled “a vision for the future of domaining and how we’re going to get there. the next wave of passive income generation for the savvy domainer.” while it’s certainly got a domainer-leaning theme, the uniregistry ceo’s speeches are often must-listen events. schilling is usually a candid and amiable speaker. plus, he’s made a shedload of cash out of domains so many people hang on his every word. that’s why he’s been on the domain name wire podcast 86 times. it’s on at 10am on monday. dominate the drop: best practices for successfully acquiring deleting domains michael white from snapnames and jonathan tenenbaum from namejet promise to spill the beans about the crazy competitive drop-catching market. i find this aspect of the industry fascinating, especially given the arms race going on between snapnames/namejet and its rivals at the moment. over half of all icann-accredited registrars are currently shell companies created to bulk up the dropnets of the two aforementioned companies, as well as turncommerce and pheenix. there’s clearly money in it, so i regret i’ll be missing this session. it’s on at 11am on monday. domain monetization for registries and registrars as somebody who writes a blog largely looking at the sell-side of the industry, this session title speaks to me. it’s being held by michael gilmour, ceo of parklogic, a company i’m not particularly familiar with. even if it just turns out to be a sales pitch for parklogic, it might be interesting anyway, due to the promise to “unlock hidden value from data that is readily accessible to you”, which intrigues me as a data nerd. it’s on at 11am on monday too, so it clashes with the dropcatching session. the most shocking udrp decisions of 2016 this one sounds like fun. there are few things more amusing in the domain industry than listening to domainers moan about crappy udrp decisions. in this session, three industry names who are no strangers to udrp will compete to have a decision of their choice crowned the “most shocking” of the last year. this is on at noon on monday. investing in new tlds – making money in the short and long term a panel of experts discuss how to make money out of new gtlds. i think that is going to be a hard sell to a typically skeptical domainer crowd, so i’d be curious to hear what they have to say at 2pm on monday. namescon domain auction 2017 live domain auctions are sometimes entertaining, but depending on the auctioneer you may need to bring ear-protectors. it’s on at 3pm. uniregistry after hours party if you haven’t fested enough sausage yet, now’s your chance to top up, from 9pm until “late” (which in vegas could mean midnight, 2am, 6am, or mid-february). christian domainers breakfast buffet i’m slightly flabbergasted that this is a thing. what is a christian domainer, and how do they differ from non-christian domainers? a special prize goes to the first person to send me a photo of themselves at this event reading a hardback copy of “the god delusion” whilst eating a free christian pastry. 7am tuesday. building a business to last decades despite the dry title, this is matt muellenweg, founder of wordpress/automattic, and i’m interested to hear what he has to say. plus, it’s the only thing going on at 10am on tuesday. china masterclass few things have influenced the domain name industry over the last couple of years than china. in this session, four guys who understand the market over there discuss the trends they’re seeing and expecting. 12pm tuesday. will branded tlds impact the marketplace in 2017 and beyond? events promising to spill the beans about how big companies plan to use the dot-brands are rarely very informative in my experience — speakers play their cards far too close to their chests — but i keep going to them anyway. let’s hope the microsoft and markmonitor speakers have something new to add to the conversation at 2pm. dollars and sense of .net verisign’s pat kane pitches .net, which has been stagnating since the launch of new gtlds. 3pm. dns industry swot analysis, 2017 edition the “strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats” for the industry according to… icann? global domains division head and occasional ceo akram atallah is the only big icann name speaking at this year’s namescon, so it’s worth checking this session out for that reason alone. it’s on at 9.30am on wednesday. a look ahead at new tlds three registries and one registrar discuss the future of new gtlds at 11am on wednesday. bloggers broadcast: dispatches from namescon 2017 an opportunity to throw things at my competitors at 12pm on wednesday. the pragmatic rebel: a fireside chat with elliot noss noss is one of the most engaging speakers in the industry in my view, even if the subject matter of this session is not quite up my alley. 1pm weds. privacy and your domains this review of domain privacy developments is right up my alley, but it also clashes with the noss interview. executive roundtable: industry trends forecast for 2017 a conference roundup from four registry/registrar bigwigs closes down the conference. comment tagged: namescon .com-dominated namescon auction already has one million-dollar bid kevin murphy, january 17, 2017, domain sales there’s still about week to go until this year’s namescon conference kicks off in las vegas, but the live auction that will close the first day of the show has already seen pre-bidding action. one batch of domains has already received a high bid of $1,010,000, but does not appear to have yet met its reserve. the batch is led by bar.com, but also includes bar.net, cafes.com, grill.com, place.com, pub.com and shelter.com. another five domains on the list, all .com names, have attracted bids in six figures, topped by the $800,000 bid for ol.com. the list of names up for pre-bid on namejet (100 of which will hit the live auction) is dominated by verisign tlds — .com, obviously, and to a lesser extent .net and .tv. the biggest pre-bid for a 2012-round gtld is the $1,010 currently offered for gold.club, roughly 110th on the list as ordered by current bid. the most active new gtld auction is currently shoes.xyz, which has 28 bidders but a top bid of just $330. i’m not sure how much can be inferred from pre-bids, but it certainly seems that most of the money from domain investors is still being put into short, one or two-word .com domains. the auction will begin at 1500 us pacific time next monday, january 23. the auction is being managed and promoted by right of the dot and namejet. would-be buyers need a namejet account to participate. names not sold during the live event will go to an extended auction until february 9. rotd’s monte cahn said this is in order to give chinese bidders time to bid after chinese new year (january 28 this year). 4 comments tagged: auction, namejet, namescon, right of the dot, rotd page 1 of 6421 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ... 642 > end ad video--> --> --> --> --> --> recent comments philip corwin: brian is correct. larry strickling is a political appointee and president trump will name his successor.(sorry, no hot r... read moreeric lyon: i'm not sure that radio is the future unless of course, the apocalypse happens and we are reverted back to more basic te... read morebrian cute: kevin, point of clarification. larry strickling will step down on january 20 and a new head of ntia will be appointed ... read morepaul: radio is the future.... read morejoseph peterson: "any lawyers wishing to rack up a few billable hours railing against a fait accompli can do so here." god bless cynic... read more.shopman: .com still rules. not that we expected the new gtlds to replace .com. that is impossible. but they offer choice for buy... read morerubens kuhl: the new gtld in auction is gold.club, not golf.club ...... read moremichael anthony castello: i was wondering why www.golfclub.com had an uptick in traffic today. :)... read moremark thorpe: it's a good time to be a .com domain name investor! i'd say i told everyone so, but i will leave that for mike mann to ... read moremark thorpe: yes and “we weren’t selling them” really speaks to me. you can't get much clearer than that!... read more © 2010-2017 tld research ltd


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