Ok. This is weird. YR.com Registert. 2 times???

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Well the whois says the domain xn--r-fha.com (which is that domain) was registered today by godaddy. Did you do a whois lookup there? There is absolutely no way the non idn yr.com would ever be available to register so if that showed up you should know that there is a mistake.
 

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You can own it but I would go for the refund if possible. IDNs are all but impossible to sell
 

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Ok. Me stupid. Never seen the comma on top of the Y. So, i own ýr.com. LoL. Is it worth something. Godaddy want to make a refund or i can own it.
Hi

unless it has traffic, then idn's really don't have value.

those without domaining experience, sometimes get fooled into thinking they can own a short domain by purchasing them.

i've owned a couple of idn's for over 10 years, but they get traffic and earn some parking revenue



imo…..