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What happened to Namescons' quality names?

https://auctions.godaddy.com/?t=16&event=9

Is this it?

Namescon auctions used to be exhilarating to watch (and participate in) as there were 2 letter .coms exchanging hands, ultra-generic, plenty of CVCV .coms, numerics, etc. The event now resembles their private auctions as whoever they put in charge for inclusion doesn't know what domains to list. Or, perhaps, no domain investors are interested in Namescon auctions anymore (though 2019 would beg to differ as they did have quality then) and are instead pursuing end-user sales for much more profit.
 
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What happened to Namescons' quality names?

https://auctions.godaddy.com/?t=16&event=9

Is this it?
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It's just a club house. The club member knew their domains will be accepted no matter what because they are top tier club member.
However, when all top tier club member think they can take this advantage, and use this event to dump their low quality domains and try to sell for a high price.
Everyone will sense somethings not right and this is what happening now. :cool:
 

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It's just a club house. The club member knew their domains will be accepted no matter what because they are top tier club member.
However, when all top tier club member think they can take this advantage, and use this event to dump their low quality domains and try to sell for a high price.
Everyone will sense somethings not right and this is what happening now. :cool:
I should have taken a list since posting this as it appears more names have been included.

The new ones are an improvement of what there was, but not quite what Namescon had in years prior.

I would've expected a lot more on the block due to Covid, but it looks like investors are still holding out through it.
 
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