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  • Marek
    replied to Crypto.Show
    I have chanced my mind completely about this name now - I like it.

    It just took few months since the last appraisal and I start to see some good value
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  • cute, beautiful domain available to reg now

    And the domain name is fine*life - I like .life names and always looking for another, so I am tempted, but I do not like the renewal of $100-120 for this one, goes against my standard reg fee preference.

    But it is not SO high, It is borderline imo - so might be profitable for someone else here maybe
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  • Marek
    replied to .bot
    I think as well this is really going to be a long shot
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  • Marek
    replied to vr,media
    Those were some nice words and comments from you, appreciate that.

    Still, my challenge to you stays in place, it will not be unfair to me, even when I got into this game later then you...the point I am trying to constantly make here is that the new gTLD name is not "gem" just because of the fantastic name itself...it is a combination of very low renewal + fantastic name which makes it "gem". So comparing selected names does something imo - I predict it will show,...
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  • Marek
    replied to vr,media
    "The only action going on right now is guys are registering those $4.99 and under type domains, then blasting end users who put them on ignore, then they are dropping them"

    No, this is not happening if your names are good. And if your names has $4.99 renewals, there is no reason to drop them whatsoever. And what is more important, end users love low standard renewals. I have domains like refinance.vip, hypo.online or moon.life, all with $5 or less renewal at registrars where...
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  • Marek
    replied to private.property
    When I check new gTLD sales, it is very often a Russian buyer. I am not expert on sanctions, but can not they buy domains??

    Real estate, you are right guys, real estate agents are really holding their money. It is not because there are no money in real estate, but they trade all day long. which means it is not easy to persuade them to pay premium for anything, if there is a any way to save that expense. Another thing is that most of them are organized in big networks - brands - franchises,...
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  • medium * glass was kind of an intuitive buy. Just afterwards I have learned via google there are some nice end users. I honestly do not really remember why I have acquired it really, I am not going to pretend I made some extensive research for this one prior the purchase
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  • Marek
    replied to vr,media
    I agree with Dan that acquiring VRmedia.com type of portfolio would be pretty costly in 2017. Unless you have such domains from past, you must pay lot in 2017. This is not a way, imo.

    Crypto is one big gambling you can 100x your money there, or you can loose them all. Nothing against gambling, I play poker for years, and I love it. But you need to recognize that what you do is gamble, that is all. My cleaning lady has invested in bitcoin last week, what other can I say?

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  • Btw, I had 3 offers for medium*glass this year. From various strange emails, where I can not google anything more about them. One offer was $50, another $120 - when I counteroffer with my (decent imo) pricing of $8950, no answer. So someone just wants it, but does not want to pay for it.
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  • Another funny things about premium renewals, this time positive

    So there is something positive I found in relation to premium renewals : recently I was renewing my .glass domains (I have super*glass, medium*glass and top*glass)

    Now, I am not a big fan of those $45-55 renewals, but there are tons of end users for those, so I keep them long term. And here is the deal : I was checking names, and found out, that if the name has standard renewal, it will cost you anything between 45-55 (which would be the case for top*glass and super*glass when I renew...
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