NameJet partnered with Rightside Registry to offer 20 .DANCE premium domain names like music.dance and 1.dance. 13 of the 20 domains were sold in the auction. The domain name pole.dance got the highest bid with $1,210.
Here are the results from the .dance auction that ended last week:
|berlin.dance||$69||Reserve Not Met|
|chicago.dance||$79||Reserve Not Met|
|classes.dance||$201||Reserve Not Met|
|clubs.dance||$69||Reserve Not Met|
|lasvegas.dance||$79||Reserve Not Met|
|lessons.dance||$201||Reserve Not Met|
|montreal.dance||$70||Reserve Not Met|
you think dance has any legs?
Artsy people are some of the cheapest, .dance was heavily reserved, and labeled premium.
What happens to these values when .dancing comes out etc.. I know you guys are taking an educated gamble, but there is to much dilution risk down the road to warrant this sort of pricing, the biggest question is what are the renewal fees on these names.
You are right that dilution is a risk.
And I don’t even know if any of these 20 domains have premium renewals…
I am staying out of it 😉