It’s no secret that Bitcoin has had quite a run over the last three months. If you bought Bitcoin back in March, you could have almost doubled your money by now. Of course, most people didn’t even consider doubling down on Bitcoin in March since it has been puttering along with very little growth for some time now.
Now, Bitcoin has outperformed most people’s stock portfolio’s over the last three months making investors around the world scratch their heads and wonder if they should jump back in.
With new price movement also comes lots of new press buzz, in short – people are talking about Bitcoin again, a lot. Back in the good old days of late 2017 when Bitcoin was all the rage, cryptocurrency-related domains were really seeing some solid activity. As the cryptocurrency market dropped, dropped, and dropped some more, interest in cryptocurrency domains waned as well.
Now I’m thinking, cryptocurrency feels like it’s going to be in the spotlight again (or at the moment it certainly is) so does that mean that cryptocurrency domains are also going to see a resurgence?
One of the things I’m seeing that could be an indicator that cryptocurrency names are heating up is what looks like increased bidding activity in the aftermarket. BitcoinCafe.com has 33 bids and BitcoinKey.com has 21 bids on Go Daddy auctions and every week I’m seeing more cryptocurrency names see similar activity.
Of course, I’m not really running any detailed analysis so it could be that I’m looking for this trend to heat up so I’m seeing it. What do you think? As cryptocurrency heats up is the market for cryptocurrency domains swinging back into action?
I want to hear from you, comment and let your voice be heard!
A look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the domain auction list posted on May 23, 2019.
If there is an asterisk (*) next to a price, it means that the name was at auction from a private seller (rather than an expiring name) and may have had a reserve. I’m only showing where the price was when the domain auction ended, but the name may not have sold if a reserve was in place.
Other Names at Auction
Roma.com Dave Evanson is representing this fantastic name
Listed as make offer – great name
Orgasms.net This one hits the spot
At $390 with 4 days left
Culture.com Not sure if I believe the bid
No bid listed anymore – listed as make offer of at least 2,000,000 GBP.
GoDaddy Names at Auction
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Namejet Names at Auction
Domain auction platform, NameJet, has been around for more than a decade, auctioning off domain names. Warehoused domain inventory and expired domains are equally promoted, along with domains of select domain investors. Despite the success that NameJet has seen through the years, a recently revealed fact has upset many of its fans. In a statement […]
Someone just spent $2,000 dollars to acquire StevieWonder.com via the DropCatch auction, ignoring existing trademarks secured on the famous artist’s behalf. They might have wasted two grand at the press of a bid button. Something went wrong for this domain to drop in the first place; Stevie Wonder’s other domains are also at Com Laude, […]
You can tell a lot about a company by its domain name.
Anyone who has applied for business insurance knows what a colossal pain it is. You have to provide information that should be easily obtainable by the insurance broker.
Now one Canadian insurance underwriter promises to write cyber security insurance based on one piece of information: a company’s domain name.
CFC Underwriting says it can learn a lot about a company by only knowing the company’s domain name. In an interview with Canadian Underwriter, CFC’s chief innovation officer Graeme Newman said it can determine:
- Estimate of number of employees
- Revenue estimate
- Email systems used and what security is applied to it
- Websites, hosts and the security applied to those sites
- How many employee credentials are exposed on the dark web
You can definitely get a lot of this information–or at least start to ascertain it–by knowing a company’s domain name. CFC Underwriting is taking an intelligent approach to onboarding new insureds.
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Domain of the Day: HouseStuff.com Simple and you know that you are getting house wares right in the name
Quote of the Day: “It never ceases to amaze me: we all love ourselves more than other people, but care more about their opinion than our own.” – Marcus Aurelius
Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction
CountryProperty.com Real close to the reserve. Millions of acres of country property sells each year
CountryStores.com Of course these will be located in the cities
OrganicCleaners.com Should meet reserve. Many families are worried about using chemicals around the home
TheBackNine.com Good name for a golf related entity
HipRepair.com Millions of Americans are getting Hip Transplants. Good marketing name if you offer it
Mesmerizing.com Snap got a good one with this expiry
Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids
Jaxtr.com 195 bids have been placed on this maybe former communications company. I say maybe because it doesn’t look to have folded but they certainly let their name expire
DelaneyBBQ.com Was a hipster BBQ joint. Now closed. Surprised how many people want the domain. I am always perplexed why people would pay $1500 for a name like this. Anyone have an answer?
CryptoCoinage.com Crypto is back baby!!!!!!!!
WhereAmI.com Mapping or location app all the way
88xc.com 88 anything short still gets bids
eSportsClub.com Everyone should have a few eSports names. Definitely here to stay
QZ1.com LLN.com still has some value. Which is good, have a few left
GetHealthyHarlem.org All the bids are for the history and backlinks
Larie.com Girls name and those are in high demand
DUIGuy.com Great marketing name for a lawyer. In trouble? The DUIGuy can help DUIGuy.com
LittleWay.com Godaddy thinks its worth $3o00 more than its current bid
CustomKings.com Customize your ______________
InnerMan.com As or more important than the Outer Man
GetWicked.com I see this more as the Boston wicked than the play
ShroomBar.com Just a matter of time before they have these to go with the canna bar
Qeeple.com Fails the radio test miserably but I think its a decent brand
Tsumo.com A Majong term I don’t know about
Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids
The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids
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Daily Domain Picks 5-24-19
Xijiu.com was the top close on Thursday at $21,800. A couple different Chinese translations here.
Beach.de sold for $9,503 on Sedo, the name was purchased in 2016 for $6,721 on Sedo.
Top sales/closes from yesterday:
*data courtesy of Namebio
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NamePros Auction Picks 05-24-19 Powered by NamePros Marketplace
- GoodSeniorCare com
- JEOXO .com
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