Several Domain Investing Meetups & Events Happening Soon

The Boston domain investing meetup will be held tomorrow at Bill’s Bar in Boston at 5pm. The event is a fundraiser for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute via my Pan-Mass Challenge ride fundraising campaign found at TeamSilver.Rocks. The event is being sponsored by Sedo and the appetizers are being donated by Bill’s Bar. I expect somewhere around 30 people in attendance, give or take.

I also want to make you aware of several other domain industry meetups and events that are happening in various locations throughout the United States and the world in the next few months. If you know of other domain industry events, I invite you to share them here.

Long Island Domainers Meetup will be held on Thursday, July 16 from 6 – 8:00 PM. The event will take place at LaunchPad Huntington, which is located at 315 Main Street (2nd Floor) in Huntington, New York.

Southern California Domainers Meetup will be held Friday, July 24 at 7:00 PM. The event will take place at Uniregistry’s offices, located at 12015 E. Waterfront Drive in Los Angeles. This is the first Southern California Domainers Meetup of the year.

DOMAINX will be taking place August 7-8 at The Taj West End in Bangalore, India. This is the second annual event, and hundreds of people attended last year.

DomainFest Macau will be held at the Grand Hyatt Macau in Macau September 4-7. Like the previously mentioned DomainX conference, I expect this event to be well attended.

THE Domain Conference will be held be held September 26-29 at the Hyatt Regency Pier 66 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. If this conference is similar in size to TRAFFIC conferences, there will be quite a large crowd.

Elliot Silver
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  1. Is attending more than one domain conference a year a prerequisite to self-identifying as a domainer? If so, I admit my utter failure.

    NamesCon 2016 will be my first domain conference since the glory days . . cough . . of what’s their name’s DomainFest conference in LA. Now that was a bit of fun.

    I hope y’all still smoke the occassional cigar, ’cause if not I will revert to CrankyOldMan status from my old DomainState days.

    Oh, frack, I’m obviously still a cranky old man no matter what. Just ask the folks who manage to engage me in dialogue about a domain (I rarely engage) and then do me the honor of making a boneheaded, dumber than sack of hammers . . cough . . gag . . “offer”.

    • Well then, Elliot, there’s hope for me . . to find a few blokes to help smoke up a room (courtyard, these days, I guess) whilst telling war stories, cracking wise on one another and generally behaving like . . domainers at a conference. 😉 :p

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