So, you may have read about Bodog.com’s recent purchase of the Slots.com domain. If that’s left you a little envious, and you want to pick up a top-level domain but you lack the $5.5M Bodog laid out, there’s a solution at hand. Colombia is making its country code — .co — available to the public for the first time ever. Yep, lots of rare 3-4-5 letter domains up for grabs, and to kick off the fun, SEDO.com is auctioning off the e.co domain, with the kicker that the winning bid funds will be donated to the charity of the winning bidder’s choice. So not only do you get a top-level domain, you get to help out a good cause of your own choosing. Pretty good deal, huh? Bidding closes this Thursday, June 10, so head on over and get your bid in now. Read more.
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