NamesCon January 10-13, 2016: Register For $199 While You Can!

NamesConNamesCon 2016 will be held on January 10 to January 13, 2016 at The Tropicana hotel in Las Vegas.

NamesCon is offering the opportunity to attend NamesCon 2016 at a fraction of the final ticket price. Sign up in the first week and get $800 off (80%) the door ticket price. You can register now for $199. You have until 1PM Pacific time. And don’t forget to include your T-Shirt size. ;^)

The price keeps increasing to $999 as we get closer to the conference, and the next jump is to $399. While the passes are non-transferable, Namescon offers a refund up to 60 days prior to the conference.

According to NamesCon more than 200 people have been registered so far.

“NamesCon 2016 will kick off with a bang on Sunday, Jan 10th, 2016. Be sure to attend what we are calling “DomainFest Meetery” starting at noon on Sunday for an intense six hours of small table networking with 30 companies ranging from startups to service providers. These are different from the Exhibitors in the main conference hall which will be open Monday – Wednesday.”

“Sunday night will host the DomainFest Cocktail Party which was a packed event last year. Monday through Wednesday will bring our exciting and expanded Exhibit Hall with three main session rooms. A Domain Auction on Monday, the WaterNight gala party on Tuesday night and Keynotes all the way to Wednesday’s 6pm closing. So much more to describe but trust us, you’ll be busy and happy you came!”

I attended NamesCon 2015 and was pretty impressed. I met and talked to more than 100 people in 4 days. I wish I had time to talk to more people. I will be there in 2016.

I made a series of photo posts. You can see the first part here that was a walk around NamesCon 2015 and featured the venue, Tropicana hotel, and the exhibit hall, the second part from the sessions and the Right Of The Dot auction here and the 3rd part with Waternight here. The 4th part had a few of my favorite photos from NamesCon.


About Konstantinos Zournas

I studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and I am now living in Athens, Greece. I went online in 1995, started coding in 1996 and began buying domain names and creating websites in 2000. I started the blog in 2012.


  1. Wow, I didn’t realize there was going to be a gtld cheerleading convention this year after gtlds have had such a poor performance since being introduced.

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