September’s top domain name stories

Here’s a look back at the top stories on Domain Name Wire last month, ranked by views.

1. CentralNic to acquire monetization company Codewise for $36 million – The domain name rollup is acquiring two companies popular with affiliate marketers. CentralNic raised £30 million through a share offering to pay for the acquisition, which should close at the end of October.

2. Saudi Aramco tries to take dead man’s domain name – The oil giant, one of the most valuable companies in the world, filed a cybersquatting case against a dead man. The company wants his domain name for a new brand it created.

3. How I’m investing in domains these days – Here’s what I’m doing and what I’m buying.

4. How Microstrategy got its domains and sold for $30 million – The company’s CEO discussed the negotiation of on a recent podcast.

5. sold for $1.7 million but it hasn’t all been paid – Filings in a bankruptcy case revealed the sale price of But it’s on a payment plan.


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