Need extra Domain Security? Chain your domains

Now you can lock your domains inside a vault.

These days, domain thefts are rampant; just the other day a domain portfolio valued in the thousands of dollars was stolen from its legitimate owner.

What can domain investors do to protect themselves from unscrupulous domain thieves?

A domain registrar in Delaware, Bolted Down Domains, might have the right answer: chain your domains down.

“We have created a new product that allows domain owners to physically lock down their domains,” says Matthew Jackson of Bolted Down Domains.

“There is a bank-size vault with triple security and each domain retains special instructions of unlocking, inside that vault. Every domain is chained to the vault, one cannot take them out on whim. This way, one needs to perform some serious authentication prior to moving domains around!” exclaims Jackson.

This increased domain security might appeal to domain investors that rarely update their domains; for those that change the DNS too often it might be problematic, as Bolted Down Domains offers three lock/unlock transactions for free; one will have to pay for more, if needed.

“It’s only fair, we offer paramount domain security to our clients and those that want to shuffle their portfolios pay a small fee for having the ability to engage our staff more often,” says Jackson.

The service from Bolted Down Domains will be presented at TRAFFIC as one of the ‘Shark Tank‘ style presentations by domainer entrepreneurs.

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2 Responses to “Need extra Domain Security? Chain your domains”
  1. Biggie says:

    that’s a good idea, but not so original

    i used to own…

  2. Lucius "Gunz" Fabrice says:

    Biggie – Great domain, have you sold it?

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