Welcome to the Daily Roundup for July 12, 2016
Two number .net sells for $135,000
Kassey Lee translated a story posted on Ename.Cn
36.net sold for $135k (900k yuan) in July 7 auction. 36 is associated with Chinese ancient essay titled Thirty-Six Stratagems for solving problems. Similar name 36.cn already developed into job site.
Liberty Mutual registers FurFund.com regged since 2009 until it dropped in 2015.
Present.com closes at $90,600 on NameJet
There were three bidders at $90,000 or more.
Rightside (NAME) hits a new 52 week high
The stock hit $11.45 before closing at $11.33. Up over 36% year to date.
Vine isn’t growing and most of its top executives have left
Kurt Wagner writes on Recode.net that the six second app is seeing a decline in popularity.
Branding is intense in the world of craft brewers
The Wall Street Journal published a piece on how all the good “hops’ names are gone. Branding is very important in the minds of these brewers. The article highlights one brewer going after another brewer on the name Black Ops Brewing.
Funny/Unfortunate recently expired name of the day