Forget That: Bing Wants Users to Ignore Ending .Com Domain Extensions

 StrategicRevenue.com: NEW YORK, NY –They say that actions speak louder than words. This holds true with Microsoft’s Bing.com search engine, the second most popular search engine service, which has implemented an interesting change new gTLD lovers may be pleased about; they’ve removed the right-of-the-dot extension in search results for all .com domain nam… Domaining.com

Only 80000 internet users adopted Nigeria’s top level domain, NIRA official laments – Premium Times

 Internet News: Premium Times Only 80000 internet users adopted Nigeria's top level domain, NIRA official laments Premium Times He said the uptake and registration of .ng, which is the Country Code Top Level Domain (ccTLD), was low and needed to be embraced by Nigerians. According to the NIRA official, South Africa, with a population of 57… Read more Only 80000 internet users adopted Nigeria’s top level domain, NIRA official laments – Premium Times

Florida law to treat Bitcoin users as suspects of money laundering

A new law under vote in Florida attempts to classify Bitcoin transactions as inherently suspicious. Thanks to a failed case where a Miami developer was basically entrapped into selling bitcoin to buyers who were undercover police officers, the proposed law will treat bitcoin transactions as potential money laundering. According to the Miami Herald: “Miami Beach… Read more Florida law to treat Bitcoin users as suspects of money laundering

How selling cheap domains ruins your TLD for all users

Selling cheap domains leads to a bunch of abuse. If you’re going to essentially give away domain names in your top level domain name in order to create an impression of great demand, then you’re killing the extension for legitimate users. Here’s what @SwiftOnSecurity wrote this week: Currently have a worldwide blacklist on any emails… Read more How selling cheap domains ruins your TLD for all users

What domains HP Enterprise and other end users bought last week

16 end user domain name sales from the past week. The big-name buyer on this week’s end user list is Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE), aka HP Enterprise, a $ 30 billion market cap technology company. It bought a solid gerund for $ 12,500. That wasn’t the biggest end user sale on Sedo’s list, however. The… Read more What domains HP Enterprise and other end users bought last week

Payoneer gives free escrow to Efty users, half off promo for others

Company makes big April push to win over domain investors. Domain name sales platform Efty has integrated Payoneer as an escrow service and is offering a good promo to its users in April: all Efty users will get free Payoneer escrow in April when they sell domain names through the platform. Separately, Payoneer is offering… Read more Payoneer gives free escrow to Efty users, half off promo for others