Welcome to the Daily Roundup for July 11, 2016.
Sinterklaas.nl sells for 50,000 Euros
Romano Jennekens from Catawiki informed us of the sale.
Sinterklaas is the Dutch equivalent of Santa Claus, Sinterklaas is a holiday we celebrate on december 5th each year and where ‘good kids’ get presents from Sinterklaas.
link to the auction results:
Mark Monitor has a new owner
Thomson Reuters announced last November that they were exploring options for their Intellectual Property & Science unit. Mark Monitor is apart of that unit and the whole unit was purchased today for $3.55 billion.
These typos of CloudMark.com were dropped once but then reregistered again for two years. Always under privacy protection.
Japan’s first VR Porn festival shut down for being too popular
There are many domain investors invested in Virtual Reality names. An article on TheMemo.com by Kitty Knowles is worth reading for any domainer invested in or interested in VR. No doubt adult will be a leader.
From the article:
“There were so many that it was almost impossible to keep the situation under control … I’m sure there was a line inside the building that rivalled the one outside.”
Malwarebytes transitions to dot com to ward off scammers and typosquatters
The company made a blog post on their website:
Malwarebytes transitions to dot com to ward off scammers and typosquatters.