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.bot Extension

Discussion in 'gTLDs' started by chris, Jan 30, 2019.

  1. chris

    chris Administrator

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    Interesting approach for the .bot extension, currently in "limited registration phase":

    More info:

    https://www.amazonregistry.com/bot/

    https://discover.bot/bot-talk/how-to-reserve-a-bot-domain-using-pandorabots/
     
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  2. snoopy

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    This would have to be about the worst idea of all time. Why would a bot need a domain?
     
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  3. DnEbook

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    Worse than .Horse?
     
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  4. snoopy

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    I'd say yes, there would be some sort of market with .horse for horse breeders/trainers/owners. This one this is just just nonsense. I'd compare it to .onl.