Webwork - 4:41 pm on Feb 23, 2010 (gmt 0)
On the heels of the recently reported sale of Poker.org for $1 million USD, Ron Jackson, journalist superior of DNJournal.com, has just confirmed the previously unannounced sale of Blackjack.org for $298,000.00 [dnjournal.com].
The market for prime casino and gaming domains is driven by the enormous profits derived from gaming, so the profit motive/potential of these two domains likely explains and segregates/isolates these sales as .Org aftermarket indicators.
But is gaming where it ends for .Org's high-value-in-use? Is gaming the only "big money" game in town, the only market that can support this type of valuation for prime .Org domains? Or are these two sales game changers for aftermarket values for .Org?
Can a .Org Web address "effectively function" for a market such as Poker. . .org? Blackjack . . .org?
Are there are a few other $billion++ industries that might support similar values for other prime .Org domains?