@grant could you please reply to this suggestion as I’m waiting for this before moving in that direction for several dozen domains.
As per our Terms, in order to receive rights to a Premium domain, a CH must purchase the Premium domain. Therefore, if a premium domain is selected as a winner but is not purchased, we still allow the creatives to continue to list them in marketplace, and/or submit to contests.
On the other hand, in case of unregistered domains, a creative agrees to transfer any rights as long as they are selected a winner.
There are certain legal implications in allowing resubmission of winning names, which is why we do not allow this currently.
@grant Ok I can understand that. However, not in perpetuity. But let’s ignore that for now.
What about non-domain contests. We do not have rights to any word in the dictionary. (if we have the real word domain name that would be a different story) but when they just want a name and not a domain and they choose Nickel, we are not giving any “rights” to use the word, because we have no rights. Anybody in the world can use it. So for a non-domain contests, this should not prohibit anyone from using Nickel again.
Awesome! It’s great when companies listen to user feedback.
@grant I just saw the upgrade all domains that were approved before the coins was introduced settings. Shouldn’t this calculate only domains that are below $2499 in value? Why should we upgrade all the ones which were already $2500+ when it doesn’t make a difference? Also, has the ability to do this for individual names been introduced?