The headline is a quote from Paul Nicks of GoDaddy where he accurately posts back at a member on Namepros with regards to Uniregistry and their new wholesale liquidation program.
Vito from Media Branding (who is a friend of mine and a contributor here) posted that he was excited about the new program and wanted to see how Frank would run this new initiative.
Now of course this is a tricky proposition one that I like the idea, but may prove more trouble than it’s worth. Uniregistry obviously wants to buy low and sell high, like any other investor.
Uniregistry now facilitates the wholesale purchase of high quality domain names. In my opinion they are going to get spammed a bunch of what @DomainKing would call pigeon sh*t.
If you have high quality names you are not looking for wholesale pricing, 99% of the time.
This program can work in special situations if someone really needs or desires liquidity, knows they are not going to sell one at a time and just wants a singular deal.
Now the person who Paul replied to was someone that was suggesting people send Uniregistry names they don’t own.
You are right Paul, domainers can’t have nice things, they are either spammed, abused or run into the ground, it’s easy to understand why some people share nothing of what they are doing.