Jul 23, 2008 by Matt | Posted in Domains
GoDaddy, one of everyone’s least favorite registrars, has started registering .me domains. At $40 for a two-year registration, they’re not the cheapest domains on the block, but there certainly are some interesting possibilities. Such as
Could be fun, right? Too bad, GoDaddy doesn’t like it when you have fun.
GoDaddy has already taken most of the “good” ones and put them up for auction. And then there are issues with multiple people trying to register a domain, all of them being charged and recieving reciepts, but only one getting the domain in the end (asssuming GoDaddy doesn’t just sit on the domain).
So… We have a new TLD with potentially cool naming possibilities, but GoDaddy screws it up.
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