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first few .xxx domains in use

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  1. killaclown

    killaclown Active Member

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    Hi,

    what do you think of the new .xxx do you think its will be worthwhile for investment? will the potential 'good ones' be infringing tradmarks and such from the .com owners?

    heres more info http://icmregistry.xxx/
     
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  3. JackG

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    In the short term, no. In the long term, yes.

    At this moment in time I just cannot see adult sites moving to a .xxx tld unless there is an injunction stating that all adult sites must be on the .xxx tld, which I believe there isn't.
     
  4. wizard

    wizard Well-Known Member

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    I think they might be a good investment you never know they might take off !

    but i wont be buying any ...

    Is anyone here going to buy some ?

    Wizard

     
  5. JackG

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    There would definably be an annoyed face in my household should I decide to develop a porn site. Who knows, it may spark a little flame. :cool:

     
  6. domainking

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    Yes correct a Little Flame ;););)
     
  7. killaclown

    killaclown Active Member

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    Yeah I won't be getting .xxx domains, I have one adult domain that's just gathering dust over on sedo.

    I think most big name adult specialist will make the move over. The're pushing responsible use and after all it was the big companies that wanted them in the first place.
     
  8. JackG

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    Just to add to this, if rumours are to be believed some ISP's have already blocked the .xxx extension. India being one of them.
     
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    karlm Well-Known Member

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    Not sure but i know that the industry do not want .xxx domains

     
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