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Domain industry legend Frank Schilling returns to his roots in another stunt for NamesCon Global

With just a week to go

until NamesCon Global returns to an in-person format for the first time in over two and a half years, the conference continues to add star power
to his agenda. When the big event returns to the Omni Hotel in Austin, TX From August 31 to September 3, 2022, attendees can see a legendary domain investor and entrepreneur Frank Schilling
on stage on September 1 answering questions from another industry giant Gregg McNairPresident of Limited premium traffic group.

In February 2020, just a few days after the latest edition from NamesCon Global, Schilling put the finishing touches to his incredible journey in the field

world with a great sale of its domain portfolio

Above:
Gregg McNair (left) and Frank Schilling.

and the company he founded, A registerat come on daddy. While it happened just as the global pandemic was about to upend face-to-face gatherings around the world, many of Schilling’s friends never got the chance to congratulate him in person or to greet him. thank you for how Uniregistry’s services have made it easier and more profitable to run their own businesses.

This will be rectified in Austin where, in addition to interviewing Schilling, McNair will host a party to celebrate Frank’s accomplishments at 9:45 p.m., August 31, which will be open to all NamesCon attendees. This will set the stage for the interview to follow the next afternoon in a special one-hour session (starting at 2 p.m.) which will lead to To the right of the dot
big live Digital Asset Auctions 15 hours.

President of ROTD Mount Cahn (left) and world champion auctioneer Wayne Wheat will perform the NamesCob ROTD Live Digital Asset Auctions September 1st.

The live auction, of course, has long been a NamesCon show stopper and the latest one promises to be no different, especially with the new twist leading premium domains sold alongside new NFT digital assets. In their 13th grade to work together to conduct the largest live domain auctions in the world, President of ROTD Mount Cahn and world champion auctioneer Wayne Wheat will be back to put an extraordinary catalog of digital assets on the block.

Areas including ComicBooks.com,
Aime.com, PayPerClick.com,
Mysterious.com, Virus.com, 5G wireless.com
and sims.com, to name a few, could spark some very heated bidding wars. Approximately 100 lots will be selected (from over 700 submitted) for the live event with others being part of the accompanying online auction (auction submissions are now closed).

Bidders may bid in person or by register to bid online at

https://rotd.hibid.com. Bidders will be required to provide government-issued photo identification to place bids over $2,000. As I stated above, NFTs will also be auctioned for
the first time
at NamesCon. Complimentary food and beverages will be served during the event.

(Published August 23, 2022)

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