Namecheap launches new domain name market

Namecheap announced the launch of its new domain market. Developed by the technology team at Namecheap, the platform allows professionals to search, find, and purchase domain names via in-house auctions or ‘Buy it now” listings.
“The Namecheap Market is designed for entrepreneurs looking for the perfect domain name for a startup or new project or domain investors striving to expand their portfolio. The new marketplace is the ideal destination for discovering untapped, unique, clever, brandable, and memorable domain names.”
“Quietly launched in beta a few weeks ago, the Namecheap Market is now available to everyone and currently features more than 300,000 domain auctions, as well as millions of ‘Buy It Now’ listings.”
“When I started Namecheap way back in 2000, I truly believed that domain names were the digital real estate of the future, and I wanted to make the process of finding and buying them accessible and simple for everyone,” said Richard Kirkendall, Namecheap CEO. “Now more than two decades later, many domain names have indeed become valuable digital assets, and we are once again making the process of buying and selling those assets a seamless and easy process with the new Namecheap Market.”
For more information about the Namecheap Market visit

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. You still can’t submit domains for auction so where do the domains in auction come from?

  2. The instructions are provided in this article

    but where the instructions for submitting domains for auction?

  3. Really poor site, no dedicated terms for a start

    I had a look at popular and my goodness, what crock of shit, these are the top 25!!

    Popular, REALLY!!

    I wouldn’t want any of these, even for free!

  4. hi, i have chatted 2 days ago with Namecheap regarding auctions, there’s no way to submit your domain registering with Namecheap to Namecheap auction, this is Sedo listings etc..

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