191 Domain Discoveries for November 13th

Every day we scan more than one hundred thousand domains across all the major marketplaces and pending delete lists to find domains you can buy that have sold in the past. Sale history, like the age of a domain name, is a great proxy for quality to help the cream rise to the top. Today’s list has 191 domains for sale with history. […]

Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday November 13th, 2019

I thought it was pretty cool that Escrow.com had the back of Kate Buckley the other day. If you hadn’t heard, a NamesPro user named OffTheHandle (anyone who knows his real name please email it to me so I can give him proper credit) accused Kate Buckley of lying about her sales. While she was under an NDA, Escrow was nice enough to say that the name was sold for seven figures and they did the escrow to prove it. They didn’t have to do that and could have used privacy an excuse but they knew that give a vague answer without details would be enough to prove that Kate is telling the truth without hurting the buying party. Especially since it was already announced publicly that it sold for millions.

Kudos to Jackson for the nice gesture. As for offthehandle. I told Kate to leave it be. You don’t fuck with shadows. Namepros makes nobody accountable for their words so everyone is free to say whatever they want unless its a little off topic and THEN they swoop in like Superman and remove the post. But accuse someone of lying about a million dollar sale, try and slander their name, and harm their reputation all with no proof? Let that one stay. We’re cool. It’s just an opinion. Fortunately Kate didn’t listen to me and publicly released a response. Of course OffTheHandle has responded with exactly nothing..Crickets. Like the shadow he is. It’s a shame. Because their are so many great people on Namepros but they are being overshadowed by the bad apples and monsters.

Quote of the Day: A child who’s unloved by his village will burn it down just to feel the warmth” – African proverb

Domain of the Day: 4600.com Don’t get a round 4N chance very often. I think you’re going to need $60K to get it

Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction

FamilyExperts.com 14 years old . Good name for a family counseling. Met reserve

UIJ.com Another LLL.com that has a reserve from 10K to 25K and really comes down to where that reserve is. I know these lower end LLL have been going for what I feel is a good value

HFMC.com and FBGC.com If you like C at the end of your LLLL.coms

FileHunter.com Met reserve at $79. Certainly not a company name but could be an app or blog name

Arriving.com Not a big ING name guy but I do like this one as a travel name. No reserve

MyNipples.com Everyone has them. Just kidding. I wouldn’t buy this but would have to admit it would be fantastic to give this out as an email

PleasureMe.com Sounds a little dirty, OK a lot dirty, but its a strong Adult name

FishandCow.com Best Steak and Seafood name ever

Tabec.com Upgrade name for a few dozen companies. No reserve

WordIncome.com Good domain investing name

Eili.com Norwegian female name. One of the top names at the Sedo LLLL.com auction

CBLH.com Met reserve at $150 Would be a great buy but still some time left

OKMF.com stands for OK Motherfucker. You remember it now don’t you?

DairyAid.com Lactose intolerant ? No bids

Nadik.com Upgrade name for most of the first page in Google

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PhoneStore.com Top price on the board today. You can see why. Everyone in the world has one. Or two

BeFruitful.com Marketing name. Normally I would say its worth buying under $100 but not sure you can even get a name under $100 on GD any more

CuteDad.com Porn site all the way

GameTracks.com Wonder if Sedo would have taken this name into their gaming auction? Heard Josh Reason say they’d rejected Gamers.co

VPNCloud.com Namebio shows a pretty history of sales for VPN names wholesale

FlexiBuy.com Creative Financing Solutions

HealthyHighways.com Sounds like an obesity clinic or a laxative

SweetNotes.com I see this as a culinary name more than a musical one

BTCLab.com Creative crypto

TheProtege.com Sounds like an action film

BotChecker.com Remember when I talked about how many bots. Maybe someday you could use this

TNTH.com All good letters. H for health

Somebody let a valuable group of 6Ns expire


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A Call to Action on Advancing Cyberstability: Global Commission Launches Final Report

[news release] The Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace (GCSC) issued today [12 Nov] its final report Advancing Cyberstability, as part of a panel held at the 2019 Paris Peace Forum. Stef Blok, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, Jean-Yves Le Drian, Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs of France, and David Koh, Chief Executive, Cyber Security Agency of Singapore, launched the report and placed the findings in the context of ongoing global efforts to enhance international security in cyberspace. Commission Co-Chairs, Michael Chertoff and Latha Reddy, along with former Chair Marina Kaljurand, presented recommendations and commented on the strategic approach and work of the GCSC.

This report represents the culmination of the Commission’s work over the last three years, offering a cyberstability framework, principles, norms of behavior, and recommendations for the international community and wider ecosystem.

“Earlier this year, 28 EU-member states backed a framework for sanctions targeting malicious cyber activities. Today, the GCSC consolidates a set of norms and principles for behavior of state and non-state actors. This is an important contribution to a digital space in which order and peace must prevail,” commented Stef Blok, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, a co-founder of the GCSC. “Since stability in cyberspace is directly linked with stability in the ‘real world,’ such a cyberstability framework is more crucial than ever. The next step in this multilateral process is to collect evidence and hold those who break the rules responsible. Together we must increase accountability and combine all pieces of the puzzle, between governments, tech and security firms, and civil society.”

The work of the Commission originated out of a desire to address rising social and political instability as a result of malicious actions in cyberspace. The situation has further deteriorated as evidenced by the rise in the number and sophistication of cyber attacks by state and non-state actors, which increasingly puts the considerable benefits of cyberspace at risk. In this increasingly volatile environment, there is an apparent lack of mutual understanding and awareness among communities working on issues related to international cybersecurity. With this report, the GCSC seeks to contribute to international efforts to address these challenges.

“Cyberstability and governance are inextricably and naturally linked,” added Michael Chertoff, GCSC Co-Chair. “As the digital age evolves so rapidly, governments and societies lack the desired level of exchange, let alone the decision-making processes needed to ensure the stability of cyberspace. The GCSC’s effort complements the work of other organizations, and will serve to influence how critical actors can engage with one another and collaborate towards a stable cyberspace.”

Emphasizing a concerted, multistakeholder approach, the framework reflects technological, product and operational measures, as well as a focus on behavioral change required among all stakeholders.

“The publication of this final report is not the end, but rather the beginning of a new profound effort toward implementing the suggested principles, norms, and recommendations,” stated Latha Reddy, GCSC Co-Chair. “The onus is on all stakeholders—governments, industry, civil society—to collaborate, adopt and implement accepted practices to help strengthen cyberstability. The stakes are higher than ever, which dictates a response in kind.”

Following the release, the GCSC members will continue to advocate and engage with their respective communities. Input and feedback from these groups were reflective of interactions with both state and non-state experts and will form the basis of advocating for the report going forward.

For an overview, see the Fact Sheet and for a copy of the report, visit Advancing Cyberstability.

About the Commission

Launched at the 2017 Munich Security Conference, the mission of the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace is to develop proposals for norms and policies to enhance international security and stability and guide responsible state and non-state behavior in cyberspace. The Commission helps to promote mutual awareness and understanding among the various cyberspace communities working on issues related to international cybersecurity. For more information, please visit www.cyberstability.org.

This news release was sourced from: https://cyberstability.org/news/a-call-to-action-on-advancing-cyberstability-global-commission-launches-final-report/

Another 6-Figure DNJ Chart Topper

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As the weather cools down in the northern hemisphere, and heats up in the southern, the number of big domain name sales is heating up and for the third “week”, or should it be “chart”, in a row there’s been a 6-figure sale to top the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales. For the fortnight ending 13 October, the biggest sale was sexe.com, which sold for €210,000 ($233,100) through Sedo.

Coming in second and third was cryptoinsurance.com and sudoku.net, which sold for $70,000 and £42,500 ($54,825) through BlockchainNames and Sedo respectively.

On the aftermarket side of things, Uniregistry came out top with 9 sales while Sedo came second with 8 sales. For top-level domains (TLDs) there were 14 .com sales, 2 for .net and one each for .co.uk, .world, .co and .it.

To check out the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the fortnight ending 13 October in more detail, go to: http://dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2019/20191023.htm

Call for SOs/ACs to Nominate Fellowship Program Mentors

LOS ANGELES – 13 November 2019 – ICANN's Supporting Organizations (SOs) and Advisory Committees (ACs) are invited to nominate one individual each (total of seven) to serve as a mentor in the ICANN Fellowship Program.

Mentors will serve a term that includes three consecutive ICANN Public Meetings, beginning with ICANN68. They will provide extensive pre-meeting preparation and on-site support for their assigned fellows, as well as complete a survey after each meeting.

Mentors are expected to follow Fellowship Program guidelines to help ensure consistency in capacity development opportunities for fellows. They also play an important role to help fellows actively participate in ICANN's work. Mentors will receive travel funding support.

It should be noted that mentors cannot serve on the Fellowship Program's Selection Committee at the same time they are serving as mentors.

For more information on the guidelines and expectations for mentors, please read about the program here.

The SOs/ACs should first select their respective Fellowship Program mentor by 31 January 2020, and notify fellowshipconsultation@icann.org. Individual self-nominations will not be considered.


ICANN's mission is to help ensure a stable, secure, and unified global Internet. To reach another person on the Internet, you need to type an address – a name or a number – into your computer or other device. That address must be unique so computers know where to find each other. ICANN helps coordinate and support these unique identifiers across the world. ICANN was formed in 1998 as a not-for-profit public-benefit corporation with a community of participants from all over the world.

4600.com at $51,000 closes today at GoDaddy


Not too often does an expired 4N.com make it to the last day on GoDaddy auctions. They usually get renewed, but 4600.com is past 30 days expired and cannot be renewed as it’s registered at GoDaddy.

The auction is currently at $51,000. Only 14 reported 4N.com sales in 2019. 2018 had 25 reported sales and 2017 had 32 reported sales.

With only 1000 of these highly sought after domains, fewer and fewer are becoming available. Of course these are most popular in China, and the registrant of 4600.com looks to have been Chinese.

Usually combinations with a 4 or a 0 are not as popular with the Chinese investor.

We will see where this name closes as today is the last day of the auction.

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520hb.com sold for $5,600

Today: Adding emoji’s in email subject / Gold, silver, and bullion etc related domains – Budget: Up to $25,000.00 / The best domains which failed to generate profit for your business / and More…

Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:

Buying Qubit, Quantum dot com domain – Budget: Up to $10,000.00 – Do you have any qubit or quantum .com domain names in your portfolio? Take a look at this buyers specified guidelines to see if you have what they need.

Google sues ‘poor’ London cab driver who named his company Goooglie – You really need to be careful, on or off-line when branding your business. This is just another example of a bad idea. What do you think?

Gold, silver, and bullion etc related domains – Budget: Up to $25,000.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these gold, silver, or bullion precious metal domain names. This buyer is ready to help you liquidate for some fast capital if you’re is the one they want.

The best domains which failed to generate profit for your business – Take a look at what some domain name investors had huge hopes for and fell short with. Do you have an experience like that since you’ve been investing in domains? Share your story too.

Adding emoji’s in email subject – Have you ever used emoji’s in your outbound email subject line to try and get more attention to your email? Do end-users have more trust in emails with or without emoji’s? Take a look at what some domain investors are saying.

520hb.com sold for $5,600 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a three-number + two-letter (five-character) .com domain for a mid-four-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Today’s Marketplace/Auction Picks:

Domain Investors weigh in on what NamePros should do about the troll who publicly slandered a top broker on their forum

In case you were living in a cave yesterday, I’ll give you a quick update. A troll on NamePros hiding behind the username @offthehandle attacked successful domain broker Kate Buckley – no data, no proof. I first read about this on TheDomains and since then a number of bloggers have covered the incident.

Some of the most well-respected people in the domain industry have weighed in on this issue, here’s comments from a few:

Shane from DSAD.com put together a list of three things that need to happen and I think he’s spot on with these. If @offthehandle can insult Kate publicly and call her out by name, he shouldn’t be allowed to hide behind an anonymous name, that’s about as cowardly as you can get. I also agree that NamePros should ban this member – letting someone get away with this only hurts the reputation of NamePros IMO.

The silver lining with all of this is that it has been great to see the domain community come together for Kate. Just look at any of the blog posts about the incident and you’ll find countless people who have come to Kate’s defense and shared how disappointed they are to hear about @offthehandle’s ridiculous accusations with absolutely no data or proof to back them up.

I hope NamePros does the right thing here. I think they should take Shane’s advice and do the three things he suggests, it will be good for their reputation and for the community.

Uniregistry weekly sales led by RouletteStrategy.com


Uniregistry released their top 20 sales for the week and RouletteStrategy.com led the way at $20,000.

Pliability.com was second at $17,740 and Waiji.com was third at $15,000.

Option.cn was the only non .com sale.


Here are the Top 20 sales
2. pliability.com $17,740
3. waiji.com $15,000
4. albas.com $10,000
5. enalia.com $10,000
6. osau.com $9,000
7. imgp.com $9,000
8. brandforless.com $8,000
9. option.cn – $6,000
10. bitcoincapital.com $6,000
11. goldbattery.com $5,700
12. plantcraft.com $5,500
13. ilender.com $5,480
14. akord.com $5,000
15. dreamdecor.com $5,000
16. bankhere.com $5,000
17. oakslab.com $4,000
18. hiphopkidz.com $4,000
19. copperlights.com $3,500
20. lachamba.com $3,500

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