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Humble Domain Industry Icon Nat Cohen Goes Deep in Revealing New Interview at GGRG.com 

Telepathy.com Founder Nat Cohen is one of the most successful investors in domain industry history. He holds the world's biggest collection of 3-letter .coms (over 1,000 of them!) as well as several ultra-rare 2-letter .coms and many top tier one-word dictionary domains. Nat is also one of the staunchest defenders of domain owner's rights through his tireless service on the board of the Internet Commerce Association

The only reason there are still some people in this business who don't know how much Nat has accomplished is because the kind-hearted Washington, D.C. resident would rather talk about anything else but himself. Thankfully, ICA member Giuseppe Graziano of GGRG.com finally persuaded Nat to sit for an in-depth interview by convincing him that he could help a lot of other people find their way in this field by sharing what he has learned since he first discovered domains back in the 1990s. 

Nat's story of how he built his incredible portfolio, how the game has changed over the years and how he plays it today is one that everyone in 

Nat Cohen
Founder, Telepathy.com  

this business would profit from reading. In addition to a great business story, it gives you some rare insight into the life of one of the most genuine nice guys in this or any other industry. It's an object lesson in the right way to treat people - and we live in a time when we could all benefit from getting better at that!


By the way, in addition to the interview with Nat, GGRG.com (a popular domain brokerage and consulting firm based in Lisbon Portugal) has also released their latest Liquid Domains Market Report covering 2Q-2020. GGRG's reports break down aftermarket sales results for short .com domains comprised of 2-4 letters, 2-5

numbers and a combination of 2-3 characters mixing letters and numbers. Collectively, GGRG refers to domains that fit those parameters as liquid domains because there are almost always buyers (at least at the wholesale level) for them.


(Posted July 29, 2020)

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