Thursday , August 11 2022

Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday, April 27th, 2022

Most domain investors missed out on ENS domains including myself. I got a few just to have my name for a wallet address but I didn’t comprehend how important they would be for giving yourself an online identity and easy to remember wallet address. The fact that ENS dropped coin for every domain you had registered meant that those that got in early literally made tens and HUNDREDS of thousands of dollars. Now they are almost as expensive as dot coms except for a few categories that are still open. I don’t mention all this because I want you all to chase. Domain investors are horrible about that to begin with. They often either take lottery ticket risks or get a one-off. For instance, NNN.eth names were a great price the last few months. People were afraid of the $650 annual renewal but in the world of NFTS, that’s nothing. Price have gone up to 3 ETH so not so cheap anymore. People want super easy-to-remember wallet addresses and just like traditional domains, numbers are universal. They don’t have the same letters as us but most share numbers. Chinese still love them. Again, not saying go and buy a bunch of ENS domains but there is some opportunity there if you can find some poorly listed names.

On another note, I found a project that is Move to Earn. Meaning, you buy digital shoes and then get paid to walk, jog or run. How do you get paid? People pay to upgrade their shoes and “level up”. Shoes wear out so you have to repair them etc. So you spend a lot of money trying to optimize your shoes. The key for me is to make the most money you have to run for 80 minutes and most people can’t. Especially every day. Walking and jogging doesn’t pay as much. Its a perfect game for me. STEPN is the name. Its on Solana. Its not perfect but its pretty fun and its backed by Sequoia and won the hackathon last year. Has a lot of money behind it. AND its one of the top 5 traded coins almost every day. I think its going to be a great game.

Domain Of the Day: 8336.com This was a $60K at one point. May still get there

Quote of the Day: “When someone falls in love with your flowers and not your roots, they don’t know what to do when winter comes”-anonymous

Click on any of the links to see current price

Park.io Names at Auction or Backorder

Brother.ly Perfect use of the hack of dot ly

NP.vc Still undervalued IMO but I’m not buying any so don’t do anything based on my words 

Excess.gg Sell your excess or try and get some 

NonFungible.gg NFT people will like this one 

Lab.ag Not sure it works in dot ag but sure love the lab part

Boxcutter.com You know I love tool names as brands. Not getting much love at auction though

FrontRunners.com Running site or have the alpha

PineTrees.com You EASILY could have a business selling seedlings online. OK, you’re right I should but this is a great domain for a quick business

PromNight.com Over one Trillion dollars are spent each year on Prom Dresses. That is a lie but we all know its a lot

OceanCruise.com Buy low sell high. Cruises WILL make a huge comeback

Bit.Training I didn’t know there was a dot training but bidders seem to like it

Katalyst.xyz Crazy that a alt spelling on an xyz is going for this much

Godaddy Domains With Bids

OOO.org This is my favorite on the list. I think $15-20K takes it home

Champagner.com Based on all the bids this must be something and yep. German for Champagne

DesignTap.com Only 6 bids but they are good bids

Fiql.com The cool way to spell Fickle

LiveSale.com Auction house all the way

SuperMale.com Strong name, stay hard

Helllo.com “Hello, is it another L you’re looking for”

BigNasty.com My nickname in High School

Ronpaul2012.com Big money for the high ranking backlinks

183.tv Even dot tv gets big bids for a NNN

228888.com Hard to deny the power of the 8s

One or No Bids

Destructured.com

HappyPods.com

LookingForThat.com

StormCap.com

NailCore.com

Nugon.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names with Bids

28thstreetmetrocruise.com
68699.com
Acaas.com
AlabamaEars.org
Alicaforneret.com
AMemorableExperience.com
ArirangSupermart.com
AscentVentures.com
AuburnEye.com
Awesomeios.com
AZXZ.com
BangladeshNews.com
BeInSport24.com
BlockThem.com
BunkrApp.com
CaliforniaLodgeSuites.com
CaseId.com
CedarTreeChildcare.org
CheckSure.biz
ClassicBrass.com
Cocuklar.com
Comprehensivedentalcentersc.com
CopywriterPro.com
CyberSpacers.com
Darwinism-Watch.com
DentalSpecial.com
DirtBallFashion.com
ettvdl.com
euclidescavaco.com
FamilyRXenid.com
FlashVortex.com
flavasjamaicangrill.com
FloridaPanther.com
GoldLink.info
HansenFacades.com
HealthGadgets.com
HillCountryOutdoorGuide.com
IndianAfearFarm.com
InfinityWear.com
IowaCarry.org
JackiesToo.com
JensenOrthodontics.com
JesusDynasty.com
komodityonline.com
LeisureTimePoolSandSpas.com
LondonLaser.com
MangaPanda.com
mcknightkurland.com
MXMN.com
MyFriendAgain.com
NewhopeUrgentCare.com
ogburgers.com
Online-Dhaka.com
OxfordWordbook.com
PaceAppraiser.com
PetLoverBusiness.com
GPAuto.com
Phi9.com
PremierSeoExperts.com
PresidentMommy.com
Puif.com
PuppyFriends.com
ReliefTeachingIdeas.com

SBoutique.com
SnowsTimber.com
SolarOnTheWhitehouse.com
SoWeBoarts.org
SporBet.com
StrategicTrading.net
SuperTechnoGirl.com
ToolOutpost.com
Usa-Presidents.info
visitwilliamsaz.com
WelcomeTaxi.com
WhyToChoose.com
xfantasty.com
Yeekee.com
zijainternational.com
ZoomBe.com
zr365.com

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