How many donuts can you buy with $56 million dollars?

Sweet baby Jesus, that's some nice donuts!

Sweet baby Jesus, that’s a nice pair of donuts!

Yesterday, we described how Frank Schilling’s Uniregistry invested almost $10 million dollars in gTLD applications.

The biggest investor in the new gTLD market is not Google and its billions in cash reserves.

It’s not even Amazon, one of the most successful Fortune 500 companies.

Having spent $56,425,000 in ICANN application fees alone, Paul Stahura’s Donuts, Inc. takes that numero uno spot amongst investors that are paving the new Internet landscape of gTLDs.

Donuts, Inc. applied for 305 gTLDs and while the odds are that several will end up in the hands of other applicants, that’s a lot of money to commit!

All that cash that Donuts, Inc. invested, would have bought almost 64,000,000 Dunkin donuts, or almost twice as many when bought by the dozen.

I think I’m hungry for a donut or two, right now! πŸ˜€

Here are all the gTLDs that Donuts, Inc. applied for. Which flavor would you care to munch on?


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2 Responses to “How many donuts can you buy with $56 million dollars?”
  1. jack murphy says:

    They certainly have the one that will best apply to themselves at the end of the day: dotFAIL!

  2. DomainGang says:

    Jack – That’s a funny, yet serious observation! πŸ˜€

    I think though that if they get 150 – 200 out of the 300+ applications, that’s some serious ammo for the years to come.

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