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cogeek

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Hello guys,
i'm months in the world of domain names and i fin dsmething unfair!
Many people buy thousand of domains just to make money and they don't create websites so many people they won't a domain they see it is bought :-( so i think the ICANN should do something so one person could not get over 50 domain names maximum just to make money!

What do you think?
 
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DN is a kind of investment.
Somebody have many houses, car, land...
Do you think the people use all of them.
 

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Ricado said:
DN is a kind of investment.
Somebody have many houses, car, land...
Do you think the people use all of them.

Nice answer !

And it is very difficult to ask ICANN to limit the domain registion quantity of each person! - Do you think that Beck's Beer company will like to make a rule says that erevyone may only drink half can of the Beer ? :party:
 

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cogeek said:
Many people buy thousand of domains

Yeah, BuyDomains has about a quarter million of them. I think ICANN should shut them down for monopoly practcies.
 

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Who here is benefiting from revenue, even if they are holding before developing?

I'm not sure it would be a flyer with ICAAN
 

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hmm, let me think about this for a second...

...bad idea that would never fly
 

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My take is that unless domain names have come to be like essentials, too restrictive regulations are not desirable. Currently, they are more like licence plates: if you cannot afford a custom one like "MY1STCAR", get "AZBY529" instead.
 

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The term cybersquatting mostly refers to owning a TM domain name in hopes of selling to TM holder or another party. The term originally referred to buying a domain name that you had no plans on developing, in hopes of selling for a higher price than registration. In other words, when everyone started buying up all possible combinations in the mid 1990's, there were people that thought the same as you. In their eyes, ALL domain buyers were cybersquatters, unless buying for developemnt. ;)
 
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