DotGreen Community, Inc., the company behind the new .GREEN top level domain name, announced today in a press release we received, the launch of an Internet capital raising campaign to raise $3.5 million.
The first offering, a Regulation D 506(C) Private Placement solely for accredited investors, provides an early-stage opportunity of common shares with voting rights for accredited investors looking to own an equity stake in the green economy and green movement.
A Regulation A+ “equity crowdfunding” filing is scheduled for early 2016.
“The Company will use the proceeds to fund its rapid global growth.”
According to registrarStats.com .Green has 2,058 domain registrations.
At Godaddy the rack rate of a .Green domain name registration is $99.99.
.Green does have premium priced domain names for registration and renewal as well.
.GREEN only have about 2000 registered domains so far. They are also pricey: about 50-60 bucks a name.
Sorry, everything was in the article. I answered directly via the e-mail I got.
Why are all of your domains for sale just dog-crap gtld’s? You don’t actually think anyone’s going to buy any of these, do you?
Why are you judging people without knowing a ****??!
I’ve sold 45-50 new gTLDs the last 15 months. Last one was sold lest than 24 hours ago.
No you haven’t…your entire list is worthless junk.
Whatever makes you happy “STRIKER” 😀
Gary TEDESCHI says
Too damn many gTld’s. The only one’s making any money on them are the registars themselves.
I agree 100%, the domainers keep funding their business 🙂
I just wish them to succeed, good for domain business but for the last 1-2 years only the registries (and investors) selling premium names that makes money.
I kinda like yenit.com.
I think .green is for NGOs and perhaps that is why the pricing is like that.
If Green targetted NGO’s, they should start making their domains affordable $99 registration fees is a joke.
Gary TEDESCHI says
I agreem $99 is too much.
I also agree, that the registars are the one’s who are making a lot of money off new Tld extensions.
I would rather register a short ,com, .net or.org than a $99 ,Green
Justin W. says
Most accredited investors are more than a little toa sharp…
They have net worth of $! MM plus and Liquidity of $200 K plus
They probably wish they could short something that needs Go Funding
Dealt with them over 30 years….before domains were a household name……ACs were