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Some random domains

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I got a few random domains from a friend, and I have no use from them.

 

List:

digital-systems.co | expires 7/16/2015

picturetime.co | expires 8/3/2015

seocrowdr.co | expires 12/19/2014

seocrowdr.com | expires 12/20/2014

soundsquare.co | expires 7/16/2015

we-are-rockstars.com | expires 3/14/2015

youtube-academy.fr | expires 2/28/2015

 

Offer anything. I'll sell each at $1 each.

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selling for $1 each?

sorry to say this, but only if nobody buys these domains, you will stop doing this.

 

thank god, 1000s of new gTLDs are coming (hopefully people will accept it and ditch the .com/.xx within the next 100 years, yes hundred years)

 

whatever it is, i think the abuse saga (in the likes of premium domains) will continue even with the 1000s of new gTLDs.

 

I think the icaan/similar guys should start to look at the dictionary (instead of just a few 100s of gTLDs) and also should have some policy on free/low-cost domain offers (for e.g, godaddy shouldn't be able to offer $1 domains)

 

only the genuine consumer (who can't pay a premium) suffers, everybody else wins

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