Uniregistry

I Like the Idea of Uniregistry’s Domain Liquidity

On its recently launched blog, Uniregistry announced a new initiative called “Domain Liquidity.” I like the concept of this, and I think it has a great deal of potential for domain investors who hold valuable domain name assets that they would like to liquidate in an easy and secure manner.

Here’s what the company announced in a blog post over the (US) holiday weekend:

Uniregistry Launches Blog with Industry Writers

Uniregistry launched a new corporate and domain industry blog yesterday called Uni Blog. Of particular interest to readers is that Jamie Zoch, Alvin Brown, and Alan Crowe are three of the announced “content contributors” to the Uniregistry blog. Uniregistry Founder Frank Schilling and VP of Sales Jeff Gabriel will also be publishing articles on the company’s blog. The Uni Blog can be found at Uniregistry.com/blog.

Uniregistry Looking to Hire Domain Broker

Uniregistry is looking to hire a domain broker. The company posted a job opportunity on LinkedIn and is seeking to hire an Inside Sales Representative on its Domain Brokerage team. This domain broker job will be based out of the company’s Grand Cayman office, and a relocation package is offered to all new employees.

As one would expect with a domain name brokerage job opening, the candidate needs to be great at sales. Here’s more about the opportunity directly from the job listing:

Uniregistry Now Owns DomainNames.com

Two weeks ago, Frank Schilling was the winner of the NamesCon auction for DomainNames.com after Network Solutions decided to list the domain name for sale in auction. The DomainNames.com domain name sold for $370,000, and the majority of readers thought this was a good buy. The sale of DomainNames.com was one of the largest sales in the 2019 NamesCon live auction.

Video: Frank Schilling Wins DomainNames.com Auction

DomainNames.com has been owned by Network Solutions, and the company put this domain name up for sale in the NamesCon auction earlier this week. One of the highlights of the live was the sale of DomainNames.com for $370,000. The winning bidder in the auction was Uniregistry founder Frank Schilling.

Jordi Gasull, founder of NameAgency.com, shared a video of the auction. With his permission, I am sharing the auction video with you:

Uniregistry to Remove TopCoin from its Platform

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Uniregistry sent out an email to customers informing them that the company will be removing TopCoin from its platform on January 1, 2019. The company had been giving out TopCoin as a reward for registering and renewing domain names. In its email, Uniregistry advised customers they could still redeem TopCoin with Uniregistry through March 31. I reviewed the TopCoin website but do not see where or how TopCoin can be used.

Last December, TopCoin shared some news about a token issuance, but I am not sure what the status with that is.

Here’s the email announcement from Uniregistry:

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