Domain Investing News Roundup for the week of Dec 2nd 2019

Domain Investing News

Hello, happy Friday, and welcome to my weekly Domain Investing news roundup. Every week I hand pick a selection of news stories from across the Domain Investing world from blogs to Twitter to Instagram I’m always on the lookout for a good story to share.

This week .ORG has been in the news quite a bit after its controversial sale to a private equity firm continues to move forward. The NamesCon domain auction has also been a hot topic as it moves onto Go Daddy and the bidding begins.

If you’ve been living in a cave all week and feel like you need a nice strong dose of Domain Investing news then make sure to check out the stories that caught my eye this week, enjoy!

  • Let’s sue ICANN (read more on OnlineDomain)
  • closes at $42,500 highest reported sale ever if it’s paid (read more on TheDomains)
  • End user domain sales topped by a new TLD (read more on DomainNameWire)
  • expired a year after being purchased (read more on TLDInvestors)
  • Class action lawsuit aGAINST ICANN may be only answer to future of domains (read more on NeusNews)
  • 60+ Single .WS Emoji Domains Expire This Week (read more on Kickstart Commerce)
  • SaveDotOrg to hold public web conference tomorrow with Ethos execs (read more on DomainIncite)
  • – From Berkens to Telepathy to China to expired at GoDaddy auctions (read more on TLDInvestors)
  • Beats Total Price Paid for a Trio of 3-Letter .Coms to Top This Week’s Domain Sales Chart (read more on DNJournal)
  • Comes Up in Elon Musk Trial (
  • Bogus domain names and spoofed emails lead to $1m theft (read more on TheDomains)
  • NamesCon domain auction moves to GoDaddy and Proxibid (read more on OnlineDomain)
  • ICA to Host Dinner During NamesCon Global (read more on
  • A Pragmatic View on the .org Sale (read more on WhizzbangsBlog)
Morgan Linton

Morgan Linton