When the ‘dot-com’ of business names is dead: The domain industry is in for a new era

By John LohmanBloomberg BusinessWeekOctober 16, 2018A domain that has long been synonymous with the dot-com era is now poised to be replaced by something else entirely.

That’s because there are more than 100 new, highly competitive domain names coming online in 2019, according to a report released Tuesday by DomainMarket Intelligence.

The domain market is expected to reach $2.5 trillion in 2019 alone, according the research firm.

“In the last six months alone, we’ve seen more than 50 new, high-value domain names emerge and continue to evolve,” said Mark Bittman, president and CEO of DomainMarket, in a statement.

“They’re all brand new, with a different focus, and they’re launching with new and different partners.”

The top ten most valuable names in the industry are:Named.com, a company specializing in technology and healthcare, is expected launch this year.

Its first name is a reference to a former president of the United States, former President Barack Obama, and it has been sold for about $5 billion.

In 2015, it registered the domain name dotcom.com and added that it will “invest in and leverage the strength of our brand to drive our brand’s relevance and brand presence, with our core brands including N.Y. Jets, the U.S. National Hockey League and our branded products and services,” according to the company.

The company has been selling its own branded products at $9.99 per month for six months and will also use its brand to build brand awareness and drive brand engagement, according a news release.

DomainMarket says its analysis also found that more than 90 percent of the new domain names are not already registered in the United Kingdom, Germany, and Australia.

The United States is expected add 10,000 new domain name registrations per month by 2019.

DomainNameMarket also said the industry is expecting a sharp uptick in new domain registrations as the market becomes more competitive.

It expects that by 2019, the top 10 most valuable domain names will generate $1.8 trillion in value.

That would make it the most valuable marketplace for all businesses.

The list of top 10 domain names is not exhaustive.

It does not include the popular domain names like .com, .net, .org and .org.com.

They are also not the domain names used by social networks like Facebook and Twitter.

The 10 most expensive domains are listed below.

DomainNet.com is a business name with an “A” in its name.

It is worth $1 billion.

DomainGems.com has been in the top spot since 2016.

It has been valued at $1,700 per share.

Its value is not known.

The domain name is used by the music industry to sell CDs and merchandise.

The company is listed on the Nasdaq exchange under the ticker symbol NER.

Domain.com’s value is $800 million.

Nasdaq listed domain nameNER.com for $800 Million in 2017.

Ner.com was listed as the most valued domain name in the country in 2016 by the market research firm DomainMarket.

In 2019, it will be valued at about $1 million per share by DomainMarkets.com in a ranking based on the market capitalization of all U.K. domains in 2019.

Ners.com ranks No. 1 among all U.

“Ner has been listed on multiple high-profile domains for the past year and is expected be worth at least $1 per share, according DomainMarket’s estimates.

DomainMarkets has ranked the domain as one of the top five most valuable in the world for about a year.

It is not clear whether it will continue to be the most-valued domain name on the NASDAQ.

DomainMarket said the company may not continue to offer the service after 2019.”

We will be monitoring these developments closely and will continue our efforts to build a strong foundation for the continued growth of the industry,” a DomainMarket spokesperson told Fortune in an email.

Domainmarkets.net is a new domain that is valued at around $700 million.

The name is currently in the process of being listed on Nasdaq under the symbol NERS.

It was valued at roughly $500 million in 2017, but has seen a sharp decline in recent months.

It was valued in 2017 at $600 million and has since dropped to around $400 million.

In the past month, DomainMarketers has been tracking the price of the domain, according its website.

The site notes that it is not uncommon for domain names to drop in value after an initial public offering, but that this is unusual for the industry.

It also notes that the price decline in the domain has coincided with a sharp rise in demand for the domain by potential domain owners who would prefer to buy a brand name that they do not own.

In 2017, the domain was valued by Domain