- May 14, 2002
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Does this mean SnapNames will close down?
Originally posted by serothehero
For the WLS, as far as I read and understand, good expired names will be pooled in a batch and distrubuted to registrars and registars will sell it to high bidders, right? then I, as a little guy can not get anything like it is now.
Originally posted by safesys
I still don't understand why people think they have a *right* to be able to compete in drops - especially when their idea of "effort" is placing a snap or bidding at namewinner.
Originally posted by mole Larry, it does appear that dropped names are now being oligopolized by a few players - UltSearch and Buydomains being the most prominent ones. It wasn't in the past, it is today. Somehow, these players have cracked the system. I've lost many Snaps to these people. And so have many others.Anything that changes the status quo will help given current circumstances.
Sorry, but you are misinformed here.Originally posted by RealNames
NetSol & SnapNames must do it well to keep the contract (it's a 1-yr test) and will be making considerable money on the expired name reg fees.
The details of the costs to become ICANN accredited, and add the TLD you are interested in can be found here:Originally posted by mole
How much does it cost to be an ICANN accredited registrar? I hear its $15,000 or something.