Jamie Redman wrote a pretty long piece about the buying, selling and discussion of crypto related domain names.
Redman went through a lot of social media posts, referenced a discussion about crypto on Namepros and pulled out a bunch of sales.
It would have been nice for Jamie to have left out the squatter moniker and just referred to people buying a selling as domainers, investors or traders. He did point out that those who regged Ethereum.com lucked out before the crypto organization was actually created.
From the article:
With the popularity of digital currencies growing, the domain names attached to this industry will follow the same path. Squatters are gambling as well because they don’t know if that specific name will be a good internet brand and one that will entice a future buyer. On the forum Namepros.com, a marketplace where people buy and trade popular domain names, one user explained that digital currency domains are following market prices.
You can read the full story here on Bitcoin.com
Tip of the cap to a reader here Frank for pointing out the article.