Where can you sell domains and get paid in Bitcoin?

Bitcoin

I recently wrote an article about Bitcoin getting close to crossing the $10,000 mark (which it did). This post spurred a good amount of comments, one of them which asked a question that I’m personally interested in that I’m sure many of my readers are too. Here’s the question from a MorganLinton.com reader named Anthony:

Morgan, a few posts ago you had discussed the correlation between bitcoin and domain names, both being digital assets. Do you know if any place where you can currently sell domains and get paid via bitcoin or other cryptocurrency?

So I’m drawing a blank here. I know that Uniregistry gives me a nice bonus in TopCoin, but I’m not sure if they take Bitcoin…given how innovative they are I wouldn’t be surprised if they do and if I just missed the memo. I don’t think Sedo takes Bitcoin and I’m 99.9% sure that Go Daddy and NameJet don’t. Given how much Bitcoin has grown in value of 2017, my guess is there are a lot of people flush with Bitcoin riches that could easily cross over into the domain world.

Seriously. The Bitcoin boom could be good news for all of us in the domain world. Think about it, what if you suddenly went from having $5,000 to having $200,000 – you might want to diversify, and since investing in 1’s and 0’s already made you good money, why not explore other options?

Whether you think that Bitcoin and domains are related is pretty irrelevant when it comes to this point. I’m fairly certain that people that now have  lot more money than they did earlier this year are going to cash out and will re-invest some of their profits. When they do, something tells me they’ll be more open to assets like domains, moreso than ever before.

But what do I know? My guess is as good as yours. Still, this is MorganLinton.com so it makes sense for me to share what I think…even if you think it’s ridiculous. What I want to know, just like one of my blog readers – Anthony, is – where can I sell domains and get paid in Bitcoin?

This is where you come in – know  place? Share it in the comment section below – or of course feel free to slam me and tell me I’m wrong. My comment section is fair game, all I ask is that if you read my posts, comment and let your voice be heard!

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  • John December 1, 2017, 7:01 am

    What can one do with TopCoin?
    I don’t see it listed anywhere except for some little information at CoinMarketWatch.
    More and more companies are accepting bitcoins. I imagine this industry will as well in time.

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  • Mike December 1, 2017, 8:58 am

    Some buyers and sellers accept and pay with crypto in the namepros.com marketplace. As they’ve had a trader rating system in place since inception you can see how established and trustworthy a member is before you choose to do this kind of deal which is extremely important since there is no intermediary or safeguard once you send digital currency.

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  • Eric Lyon December 1, 2017, 9:00 am

    I think Mike Mann mentioned something the other day on social media about accepting Bitcoin on his platform.

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  • Steve December 1, 2017, 2:58 pm

    I have been requesting Uni payout in btc for years. nada so far. Come on Uni!!

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  • Anthony December 3, 2017, 11:37 pm

    Morgan, thanks for the follow up post.

    FYI, I came across this site “randomly” and see that he is accepting Bitcoin:
    http://market.differentinvestments.com/

    I guess that’s one approach; just to list it as a method of payment. I am curious to know what percentage of his sales are via Bitcoin. Perhaps you know Justin and can reach out to him? If not – or if you don’t have the time – I wouldn’t mind dropping him a line and inviting him to the discussion.

    Best, Anthony

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