12 Jan '18, 12am

via @TheDomains

Today’s NameJet emoji domain auction results give the appearance that interest is waning for emoji domains. Of course, this loosely held opinion is based on NameJet finishing last year quite strong with a number of .WS emoji domain auctions closing with 4-figure amounts . So, how in the world does NameJet emoji domain auctions go from 4-figure amounts to barely meeting or not meeting 3-figure reserves?

Full article: https://www.thedomains.com/2018/01/11/namejets-premium-ws...

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