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Jan '24

December's top domain name stories – Domain Name Wire

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A look back at the holiday month in the domain name business.
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These were the top five stories on Domain Name Wire last month:
1. 14 things you can’t do with .AI domain names – .ai is a country code domain, and you should understand the rules Anguilla has placed on it…which are constantly changing.
2. ICANN debates action after community member’s antisemitic comments – He is behind a domain registrar, a UDRP provider, and an L-Root operator. ICANN is trying to figure out how best to respond to his comments.
3. Two things to do today for your Afternic domain names – One isn’t quite as urgent as I thought, but owners of .io and .xyz domains should take notice of the other.
4. Using Domain Academy’s Research Snapshot to evaluate domains – Some nifty data tools help when evaluating domain names.
5. 3 end user domain buyers tell their stories – A lease-to-own deal, a ccTLD-to-gTLD upgrade, and an expired domain purchase.
Here are podcasts you might have missed:
Selling brandable domains with Keith DeBoer – DNW Podcast #466
2023’s top stories – DNW Podcast #465
NIS2 is here – DNW Podcast #464
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Joker has been buying and selling domains since the late 90's. He has worked with many portfolios and investors over the past decade as well.

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