NamesCon Online is coming back in September

The 2nd edition of NamesCon Online is coming on September 22-24, 2021.

Registration is now open and the cost is $79 until July 4. (Standard price is $99)

Newcomers can complete a quick survey and pay $19. (Limited to the first 150 newcomers)

For your ticket, you’ll get:

  • Access to live and on-demand content—global and regional
  • Network with fellow investors, industry experts, and key industry players from around the globe
  • Flexible integration into your workday
  • Access NamesConOnline from any of your devices—or several at once
  • Save time and money, leave a smaller environmental footprint

To offer live content to as many domain professionals as possible, they are anchoring the main event timeframe from 3pm – 7pm UTC to deliver globally relevant content, while working with regional partners to give everybody the most value in their own time zones. Domaining hotspots South Asia and the Americas have dedicated hubs, along with satellite hubs provided by NamesCon partners.

Tickets are available for individual domain investors, brokers, and entrepreneurs, with early-bird pricing through July 4. They also have a class of tickets for those who work in the registry, registrar, and marketplace spaces. Additionally, a limited number of deeply-discounted tickets are available for first-time NamesCon attendees.

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About Konstantinos Zournas

Studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and now living in Athens, Greece. Love domains and building websites. Went online in 1995, learned about HTML in 1996 and about domains in 2002. Started publishing the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.

One comment

  1. Maybe not a big deal. Or maybe not ethical in some people’s minds.

    As for submitting domains to sell, is the list of submissions made public? I’m not sure.

    I see a lot of people questioning what was chosen to be featured, and why. Many of them believe their submissions are ‘better’ than the actual selections.

    I think the world is moving to demand more transparency in things…

    Wouldn’t it be nice if namescon would LIST all the submissions? I know there would be disclaimers and stuff, and maybe some wouldn’t want everyone to know. Maybe there could be a opt-out.

    But seeing what they neglect to choose might be enlightning. A little more transparncy. Like I said, there are always people scratching their heads at why got chosen while theirs didn’t.

    Isn’t namecon FOR domainers? I would hate to see it monopolized, and only domains by ‘select’ domainers are offered for sale. That would be sad. So how about it, a little transparency into what is denied? We can each judge things with our own subjections that way.

    I’m not trusting the industry much, and would love to see and debate some of these things that effect us. I don’t want to *wonder* if these domains being presented are all from ‘the club’.

    Again, not crying foul. Just asking for openess, take the mystery out of things.

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