Domain Investing News Highlights for the week of December 16th, 2019

While the year may be winding down that doesn’t mean that things are slowing down in the domain investing world. From the continued debate about the sale of .ORG to a private equity firm to $325,000 profit from a flip in a year to Frank Schilling winning another UDRP, it has been a busy week!

As usual, I’ve gone through the news and picked the stories this week that caught my eye. So grab your favorite beverage and get ready to get caught up on what happened in the domain investing world this week, enjoy!

Frank Schilling wins cybersquatting dispute
(read more on Domain Name Wire)

ArsTechnica tries to get PIR to open up about .org
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CashShield Acquires and Rebrands as SHIELD
(read more on closes at $19,138
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How are new gTLDs doing in China?
(read more on Domain Name Wire) Flipped for $325,000 Profit in 1 Year! New 600K Sale Tops This Week’s Chart
(read more on DNJournal) sells majority ownership stake for $223M
(read more on my blog)

Reported new gtld sales in 2019 down over $2million from 2018
(read more on TheDomains)

How to Find Available Domain Names with Backlink Profiles
(read more on KickstartCommerce)

Q3 industry growth driven by .tk, .com and .icu
(read more on DomainIncite)

How Peter Askew Sold
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Morgan Linton