After Buying IndustrialHeat.com for $60, Mike Mann Sells It for $22,500

Mike Mann, DomainMarket’s owner, announced recently that it has sold the domain name IndustrialHeat.com for $22,500.

Mike Mann, the owner of DomainMarket.com , is the one who made the announcement :

“Heating up the domain industry. Sold IndustrialHeat.com $22,500. Purchased 4/6/2012 $60″

Mike Mann acquired the domain name three years ago for just $60.

According to whois records, the domain name was first created in March,2000.

Congratulations to both the seller and the buyer.

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After Buying IndustrialHeat.com for $60, Mike Mann Sells It for $22,500

Mike Mann, DomainMarket's owner, announced recently that it has sold the domain name IndustrialHeat.com for $22,500.



Mike Mann, the owner of DomainMarket.com , is the one who made the announcement :

"Heating up the domain industry. Sold IndustrialHeat.com $22,500. Purchased 4/6/2012 $60"

Mike Mann acquired the domain name three years ago for just $60.

According to whois records, the domain name was first created in March,2000.

Congratulations to both the seller and the buyer.


Approved ccTLD String for Greece by ICANN

A new ccTLD string was announced to have been approved for Greece by ICANN, on the occasion of their official meeting in Seoul, after undergoing through the evaluation process requested in such cases. There are other countries who have been submitting similar requests, since 16th November 2009, following the rule that the territory name has to be of a script other than Latin. Apart from this, it is necessary that the IDN ccTLDs languages should be official in that respective country and there are some technical parameters that need to be met.

Anyone interested in learning about the evaluation process can access the following link:www.icann.org/en/resources/idn/fast-track/string-evaluation-completion

Regarding the necessary steps, there are three of them in order to obtain approval:

1.      The requester has to prepare all the documentation and reach consensus within the local community and then submit the application athttp://forms.icann.org/idn/apply.php

2.      An evaluation of requests from a technical and linguistic point of view has to be performed.

3.      The successful requests then are submitted to the following email address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

So far there is a number of 37 countries who have been evaluated positively, out of which 29 of them received delegation within the DNS root system. ICANN promises to make domains in non-Latin country code available as soon as they pass the evaluation process via the Fast Track Process. An email address for customer support is offered, too: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Approved ccTLD String for Greece by ICANN

A new ccTLD string was announced to have been approved for Greece by ICANN, on the occasion of their official meeting in Seoul, after undergoing through the evaluation process requested in such cases. There are other countries who have been submitting similar requests, since 16th November 2009, following the rule that the territory name has to be of a script other than Latin. Apart from this, it is necessary that the IDN ccTLDs languages should be official in that respective country and there are some technical parameters that need to be met.

Anyone interested in learning about the evaluation process can access the following link:www.icann.org/en/resources/idn/fast-track/string-evaluation-completion

Regarding the necessary steps, there are three of them in order to obtain approval:

1.      The requester has to prepare all the documentation and reach consensus within the local community and then submit the application athttp://forms.icann.org/idn/apply.php

2.      An evaluation of requests from a technical and linguistic point of view has to be performed.

3.      The successful requests then are submitted to the following email address: root-mgmt@iana.org

So far there is a number of 37 countries who have been evaluated positively, out of which 29 of them received delegation within the DNS root system. ICANN promises to make domains in non-Latin country code available as soon as they pass the evaluation process via the Fast Track Process. An email address for customer support is offered, too: idncctldrequest@icann.org.

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Contractual Claims Lead to Frictions Between ICANN and Vox Populi

Mutual accusations have recently been launched between ICANN and Vox Populi over the .SUCKS use (or misuse) of the domain regarding the prices the latter practises as being too high. Since there was no amiable solving of the issue, ICANN has resorted to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Canada's Office of Consumer Affairs (OCA) to mediate the conflict and determine whether Vox Populi has violated or not the terms of the agreement between the two.

In their defense, the Canadian enterprise claims they did nothing else than following the agreements they have with ICANN in the contract and it is their legal right to establish their own pricing regarding the services and products in their portfolio, according to the market’s needs. They go even further, saying that ICANN’s letters are defamatory and can prejudice the company’s image and if such actions continue, they reserve the right to settle things in court. They base their claims and possible future actions on the fact that ICANN seems to infringe their own policies and what is called “good faith”.

On the other side, ICANN says that Vox Populi’s actions can lead to 'cybersquatting' that might affect trademark owners, by making money out of them through high fees.

In the letter from Vox Populi, they say that they have no interest in escalating the conflict, they will continue enforcing the contract agreement with ICANN and they express the hope that such negative publicity will end soon.

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