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Newsletter: Annual Sales Highlights, 2018 Predictions & Major Changes to come from GDRP

Domain Trend: Crypto Domains! If you can't view the Newsletter correctly, click here!
2018 | 01
Dear Blue,
Here we are again at the start of a brand new year and it’s almost time for another NamesCon which our team hopes to see many of you at! The topic of the month is Carnival which in the city of Cologne where our company is headquartered, boasts HUGE celebrations.

Read on for sales highlights from 2017, the latest broker recommendations and domain steals along with the latest news impacting the domain world. We wish you the best for a healthy and prosperous 2018!

Best regards,

Your Sedo Team
1. Domain Trend: Crypto Domains
2. Topic of the Month: It's Time to Celebrate Carnival
3. The Best of 2017
4. Podcast - What's to come in 2018
5. GDRP and Its Industry-Wide Impacts
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1. The Best of 2017
We have our annual list of highlighted domain categories within the past year of sales such as highest value, longest domain sold and more. This year saw some interesting results including a tie for most expensive domain. The trend towards short names continues as well as the hot topic of crypto currency! [...]

2. Podcast – What’s to come in 2018

The long standing and popular podcast from Domain Name Wire is full of insightful forecasting from our industry’s best and brightest. We are honored to have been asked to contribute our take on what’s to come in 2018. Sedo CEO, Tobias Flaitz capped off this year’s podcast with his recommendations and observations for the future in the domain world and the domain name secondary market as well as our domain-related services. [...]

3. GDRP and Its Industry-Wide Impacts
Coming soon in May of this year is the enactment and enforcement of the GDRP, General Data Protection Regulation where the European Union is enacting laws making the privacy around information such as domain ownership names substantially stricter. This directly impacts our industry when it comes to the transfer of domain name ownership, owner verification and more by anyone residing in the European Union.

A large majority of companies within the domain industry are having to figure out how they will abide by these regulations and avoid being fined for non-compliance. Many outlets are covering this including Domain Name Wire who is featuring it as a continuous story line and provided examples as to what a "whois" will potentially look like after these laws take effect. [...]

4. .Eth: Sell domains from the 1st Crypto TLD
We have a dedicated special service for all .eth domain transactions: During negotiations you will be supported by a personal support representative. If there is an agreement between buyer and seller, we will hand over the transfer to our trusted partner, Escrow Domains, which will ensure a smooth and secure transfer. [...]
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January 28-31, 2018 | NamesCon Global | Las Vegas, USA
Sophie Pieck Matthias Meyer-Schönherr Brad Lemire Frank Michlick Christian Voss  
February 22-23, 2018 | Domain pulse | Munich, Germany
Sophie Pieck Matthias Meyer-Schoenherr Tobias Flaitz Marc Stepken  

March 10-15, 2018 | ICANN61 | San Juan, Puerto Rico

Matthias Meyer-Schönherr Brad Lemire  

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