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  1. #1
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    Is dot com dying? ICANN releases new TLD's

    ICANN is going to start to allow new TLD's for example as .nike and .apple and .anything.
    It seems like unless you have $200,000 you don't have a change to register your own TLD. Will the value of .com drop? ICANN wants about $185,000 just for the application of a new TLD. This will change the whole domain industry.

    See the news release ICANN sent out today on:
    getwebnews.blogspot.com

  2. #2
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    Quote Originally Posted by steveknowstheweb View Post
    ICANN is going to start to allow new TLD's for example as .nike and .apple and .anything.
    It seems like unless you have $200,000 you don't have a change to register your own TLD. Will the value of .com drop? ICANN wants about $185,000 just for the application of a new TLD. This will change the whole domain industry.

    See the news release ICANN sent out today on:
    getwebnews.blogspot.com
    On the contrary,I think ICANN's this new decision will drive .com domains' price higher.

  3. #3
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    Yes Even i think the prices will rise for the remaining .com domains .

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    wow is it really happening . great

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