9 Companies That Upgraded Domains in Q3 2021

Domain name upgrades happen on a regular basis, but here are nine upgrades that caught my eye in Q3 of 2021, which ran from July 1 to September 30.

 

Deity.com

Deity is a Dutch e-commerce development brand headed by Roland Bastiaansen. The company was formed in 2017 and since then, it has been operating on the Deity.io…

6 Premium Domains Used in NFT Industry

The NFT industry has gone from strength to strength since the beginning of the year. With new investors and brands entering the space every day, plenty of funds and attention are being diverted to the non-fungible tokens. As ever, at the heart of NFT projects are the domain names that host the platforms.…

Clubhouse Officially Rebrands to Shortcut.com

Clubhouse (not that one) has officially changed its name to Shortcut, using the Shortcut.com domain.

In July 2021, the collaboration tool Clubhouse announced it was to change its name from Clubhouse to Shortcut. The reason behind the switch is obvious, really.

From 2014, when the company was founded, to 2021, it had no issues existing on the Clubhouse brand name.…

ICYMI: A Summer Domaining Recap

Summer, for many, was either about focusing more on vacations than work, or it was about NFTs. With that in mind, many domain-centric stories may have passed you by. Here, I’ve produced a brief recap of some of the top stories from JamesNames.com…

Top Domains Used by Startups Founded in 2020: Class.com, Cart.com, and More

Here’s a collection of domain names used by companies founded in 2020. It’s relatively rare for such young companies to invest heavily in a premium domain name asset so early on, but these companies have done so.

 

Collective.com

Collective, a financial services platform for self-employed people, launched in September 2020 and has already raised a total of $28.7 million in funding, including a recent $20 million Series A funding round. …