Domain Investing news highlights for the week of Dec 30th 2019

Domain Investing News

Hello, happy Friday and welcome to my first Domain Investing news update of 2020 – woot! 🙌 Yes, it’s a New Year and we’re back from South Korea 🇰🇷 after spending two weeks there. What was New Year’s like in Seoul you ask? It was a blast and jam-packed with people from around the world. We met people from Tunisia to Russia, Libya to Australia, and of course lots of amazing people from Korea, Japan, and China.

It was an amazing feeling and a great way to kick off the New Year. While the news may make it feel like the world is falling apart at the seams, I can tell you, I’ve never felt more together and unified as a global society, it was absolutely magical and I couldn’t be more excited for the year ahead!

On that note, I just woke up from a four hour nap (yes I’m jet-lagged) so “good morning!” – now let’s get to the news. Here are the stories from across the Domain Investing world that caught my eye this week, enjoy!

📰 This elite startup uses a long numeric domain
(read more on Domain Name Wire)

📰 Reported country code sales in 2019 up over 2018
(read more on TheDomains)

📰 Ruby.com Acquired by Ruby Receptionists (CallRuby.com)
(read more on DomainInvesting.com)

📰 Verisign Reports Global Domain Registrations Reached Nearly 360 Million at End of 3Q-2019
(read more on DNJournal)

📰 NamesCon Increases Hotel Availability
(read more on DomainInvesting.com)

📰 Keyword sales data for 2019
(read more on TLDInvestors)

📰 ICANN and Verisign agree to .com price increase
(read more on OnlineDomain)

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