Foreign Domainers

Dnnews.it  dedicates this section to foreign domainers interested in investing on .it and italian related domains.

The good news for you is that our domain market is years backward than in most of any other developed country, mainly because of an “opaque” legislation as well as the scarce information about domaining publicly available. On one hand this is a shame  for us,  but on the other hand it is a unique opportunity to take advantage of this gap when, sooner or later , italian market will align with the rest of the world.

It is not a secret that some top domainers from Germany, Spain and few overseas have already started to pick italian domains to diversify their portfolios and we are sure there is still plenty of opportunities to make profits for clever  early birds.

We recommend to keep an eye to Dnnews Domain Sales Reports to trace market evolution and subscribe here to our Dnnews Newsletter to receive punctual updates.

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FIRST ITALIAN DOMAIN CONFERENCE – BARLETTA September 30th 2016

The first italian Domain Conference, promoted  by Nidoma.com with the cooperation of Puglia.com and Aruba.it, took place in the lovely town of Barletta (Apulia, southern Italy) on september 30th, The event gathered a selection of italian Investors and domainers to discuss the current  market  and consolidate relationships and friendships.

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Nidoma’s founder Simone Ferracuti (ex Sedo Italian country manager) with teammates Angela Ioppollo and Alessia Pota were perfect hosts while among the attendees we spotted some “living legends” of italian domaining, well known also abroad such as Antonio Frezza e Graziano De Berardinis from Frezza Network fresh to hit the italian top sale ever  of an .it domain sold for 400,000 euros few weeks ago, (more details on this record sale will be available in the next  DNnews.it domain sales report out in the next days), Carmelo Inzerilli founder of the very first italian backordering public service, Francesco Merenda from Agonet holding one of the biggest geodomain portfolio, Stefano Loberti from Algorithmedia, Paolo De Gregorio from Domainr.it, Giovanni Ceglia from Puntuale.it, Massimo Cuomo from Internetting.it, Matteo Foschi and Michela Carbonaro from Exagonlab.com, Michele Urbano from Itlabsrl.com, Marco Falconi the youngest domainer but with a nice portfolio already including the premium Trading.it, Antonio Ruggiero, Mirko Scotti of Domainspro.com , and myself in the double role of net investor and  Dnnews.it reporter.

During the meeting was revealeed the Top 10 list of .it domain sales:

To be revealed soon 400k

Giochi.it 300k

Prestiti.it 196k

Appartamenti.it 121k

Business.it 100k

Outlet.it 77k

Assicurazioneauto.it 55k

Like.it 55k

Livescore.it 50k

Porno.it xx (Nda)

The session was opened by Nidoma’s CEO and founder Simone Ferracuti who detailed their launch of a “buy it now” new sale channel build in partnership with Sedo MLS and Aruba.This new  system offered by Nidoma will give a broader visibility to domains for sale at fixed price on Aruba.it, one of the most popular italian registrar and Nidoma’s parent company.

Roberto Manno, attorney at Weblegal.it a law firm specialized in UDRP, brand and  intellectual property protection and operating both in Italy and abroad, talked about how the failing of NIC in updating rules and UDRP procedures have been affecting domain owners’ rights and lead to unsustainable conflicts of interest in some arbitration panels.

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For this purpose the assembly agreed about the need to set an organization/association of web  investors and domainers, with the purpose to assist and help the NIC in  updating to the new market condition rules and procedures and try to gain a more balanced position for Respondents which are  underdog in current UDRP complaints.

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