The new weekly domain sales report is out at DNJournal.com. The domain aftermarket enjoyed a very solid week led by a pair of six-figure sales and 44 other transactions that reached five figures – enough to fill TWO Top 20 charts and still have names left over!
Libya and its embassy lose a domain name lawsuit that started well before Gaddafi’s overthrow. A federal district court yesterday handed down a ruling in a very interesting cybersquatting case, and much of the interest lies in who the plaintiff was: Libya. Back in 2006 The Great Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya and the Embassy of the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya filed suit against Ahmad Miski for cybersquatting
Service manages seller financed domain sales. A new service called Zenscrow hopes to bring more liquidity to the domain name market by making seller financed domain sales easier. Companies such as Escrow.com and Moniker already offer payment plan escrow services, but Zenscrow takes it a step further. There are two benefits I see to Zenscrow compared to typical payment plan services.
New domain name auction platform launches. DomainConsultant.com has launched BoxCar.com , a new domain name auction site. The service is very different from typical marketplaces such as Afternic and Sedo.
PostfixMail: “Many administrators who use Postfixadmin, a web based tool to manage virtual domains on Postfix, would like to secure the transactions between the PostfixAdmin program and the administrator.”
Escrow.com offers service for domain name purchase payment plans. I caught up with Escrow.com president Brandon Abbey during DOMAINfest last week.