: Upgrading the .IO #domain would cost a pretty penny

Rolling out a new blockchain project such as the OpenSea marketplace for NFT can be rewarding. The company is the primary magnet for NFT projects and it has created a brand for itself in a short period of time.

That being said, OpenSea operates from the lesser .io domain, making the destination prone to losing traffic to its big brother, the matching .com. The .io domain was registered in 2017.

Indeed, the domain is a traffic magnet, commanding no less than 16,441 uniques at Sedo so far this month. Its seller appears to be in Japan, and the profile has 98 views of the offer along with 34 bids.

Registered in 2002, was sold on Afternic in August 2015, as a former asset of Marchex that moved to NameFind/GoDaddy. It might or might have not changed hands and into privacy WHOIS in 2018.

How much would it cost to upgrade to the matching .com domain name? Quite a bit of Ehereum “fast gas.” 😀

Sexy Peaches – an NFT on

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