NamesCon Online – September 22-24, 2021

In March, NamesCon announced it would not host its NamesCon Europe event that had been scheduled to be held in Hungary this Summer. Today, NamesCon announced it will be hosting its popular online event, NamesCon Online, September 22 – 24, 2021. The format will be similar to the last time it hosted its online-only event for NamesCon Global.

Here’s a very high-level overview of what the conference will cover:

“NFT technology, emerging social platforms, fractional ownership, explosions in value, and constantly-evolving use cases: domaining has never been more exciting! Join us at this all-digital event to learn how interlocking technologies and trends can set you up for a lifetime of success.

Take a front-row seat for the latest developments in brokerage, investing, aftermarket, and the registry and registrar spaces—plus round-the-clock networking, of course.”

Tickets to attend NamesCon Online remain quite low at $79 (plus EventBrite fees) for the early bird rate. The price will be raised to $99 on July 4. The agenda has not yet been posted online, but I would imagine an outline will be posted in the next few weeks and speakers + panels will follow.

This will be the first NamesCon event held since the business was spun off from GoDaddy.

I am hopeful that NamesCon Global will once again be held in-person early next year, but I am sure that decision won’t be made for several months. I would not be surprised if that event is a hybrid online and in-person conference.

In the meantime, I will be buying my conference ticket shortly.

Elliot Silver
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  1. Masks wearing is required at any conferences.

    Any males (16 yrs old and above) are required to wear masks because

    1- so I don’t have to see your nose hair
    2-so I don’t have to see your boogers in your nose aka -your nose shit
    3-so I don’t have to see your teeth- don’t care whether you have nice teeth or not
    4-so I don’t have to smell your bad breath-halitosis
    5-so I don’t have to see your damn hair on your cheeks or face…

    that why I love wearing mask–more personal privacy!!

    For females– no need to wear mask because they are very responsible and clean!!

    • I used to wear ladies knickers on my face, just to show what a complete fraud the whole thing is. One was a red frilly thing with hearts on it. I enjoyed wearing that mask for a little while too, real head-turner, I can’t see I’ll ever have that opportunity again. So sad. Now “I’m exempt” so I don’t bother with that crap any more. Enjoy your mask.

      • @Rob– geeezzz yike- you have bad breath, nose shit ,gibbers between your teeth and your mushy hair…………… please wear a mask so not to embarrass yourself in public

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