Which cryptocurrency domain names are you investing in: i or e?
I call myself catching up on the latest DomainSherpa episodes this week.
When I fall behind, I often work my way through from last watched episode to most recent.
I finally arrived at the most recent to painfully identify with a situation that I certain that all domain investors have come to know a time or two.
It was between minute markers 23 and 27 when Shane Cultra, longtime sherpa and publisher of DSAD.com, revealed he had purchased the following cryptocurrency domain: Etherium2.com.
Although confident in his hand-reg ability and gem of a domain find, one painfully watches and listens as reality sets in that he hand registered a misspelled domain.
The actually spelling of the domain should be Ethereum2.com, spelled with an e instead of an i.
This four minutes reminded me of all the times either where I’ve hastily hand-regged misspelled domains, or got overly excited and purchased a domain on a whim without ever considering the spelling only to find out that it was misspelled.
That comes with the territory when domain investing though. I’ve had my fair share, and I’m certain there will be a few more of these misspelled easter eggs along the path should I not be diligent in my research.
Oh yeah, and thank you Shane for being a good sport and professional showing us that even the pros can still fall victim too.
Nevertheless, if you are looking for a few hand-reg cryptocurrency domain names, then you might want to peruse the this available Ethereum domain list.
At the time of list creation, 73 ethereum domains were available for registration.