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PokemonGo.net

Discussion in 'Domain News' started by James, Jul 18, 2016.

  1. James

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  2. snoopy

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    Seems very high for a fad name that would be lost in 5 seconds in a UDRP.
     
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  3. chris

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    I came home one night last week and saw the street full of cars and people walking around the front of my house, turned out to be Pokemon Go. Crazy stuff! :)

    It's definitely going to help boost the adoption of Augmented Reality.
     
  4. James

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    Agree
     
  5. DnEbook

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    Bring back planking ........
     
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  6. snoopy

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    Bet the namepros people are going mad right now with all this pokemon stuff. Maybe verisign bought pokemongo.net to pump prime the registration market?
     
  7. DnEbook

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    One guy wrote how he just missed out on a Pokemon name, I explained he had dodged a bullet, he stated he missed out because he was thinking about the trademark infringement .......No Shit Sherlock