Celebrate Tuesday With A Game Of Trivia!

Dynadot
Dec 15, 2015

Hey everyone, get your celebration on and play a round of trivia! This is one of the last weeks will be hosting Trivia Tuesday, so play to win an awesome domain prize! As usual, we have three questions along with three amazing prizes. If you are new to our game, check out our game rules and regulations and then play this round! Good luck!

Last Week's Answers


Easy: Can you purchase your SSL certificate for more than 1 year?
Reward: 10% Off Domain Transfer (.COM, .NET, or .ORG)

Answer: Yes, you can purchase a regular and a wildcard SSL certificate for up to 3 years. To increase the number of years you would like for your SSL certificate, please follow these steps.

Medium: What medical or health care related domain extensions do we support?
Reward: 50% Off 1 Domain Renewal (.COM, .NET, .ORG, or .XYZ)

Answer: We support many medical and health care related domain extensions, including .CARE, .CLAIMS, .CLINIC, .DENTAL, .DENTIST, .HEALTHCARE, .INSURE, .REHAB, .SERVICES, .SURGERY, and .VISION.

Hard: Please list four example websites that we have created from our Website Builder.
Reward: 50% Off 1 Domain Registration (.COM, .NET, .ORG, or .XYZ)

Answer: 1) Silicon Valley Partners: http://www.svpartners.com, Casa Nautilus: http://www.casanautilus.com, Grape & Grain: http://www.grapeandgrainbar.com, and Villa Marbella: http://www.villamarbella.com. Check out our Website Builder to create your own amazing website!


Thank you to everyone who played this week's round of trivia! If you're new to our game, check out our game rules and regulations then play this round!

This Week's Trivia


Easy: Where can you find a list of your inactive domains?
Reward: 10% Off an Order (Max $50)

Medium: What is punycode?
Reward: 50% Off Domain Transfer (.COM, .NET, or .ORG)

Hard: How does proxy bidding work?
Reward: 1 Free Domain Renewal (up to $10)

Answer below for a chance to win a prize in this week's game!


Post by Annabel Maw


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8 comments
infodude
Dec 15, 2015 12:08pm
Medium: Punycode is a way to represent International Domain Names (IDNs) with the limited character set (A-Z, 0-9) supported by the domain name system. For example, "münich" would be encoded as "mnich-kva". An IDN takes the punycode encoding, and adds a "xn--" in front of it. So "münich.com" would become "xn--mnich-kva.com". We support many domain extensions that offer IDNs in a variety of languages. To see a list and search for an IDN domain, visit our IDN page. Source: https://www.dynadot.com/community/help/question/what-is-punycode
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annabel_maw
infodude
Dec 21, 2015 11:42am
Great work! You win :)
d_london_gb_26
Dec 15, 2015 12:25pm
How does Proxy Bidding work? We use proxy bidding for our Expired Domain Auctions. Here is how it works: Say for example, a domain is in auction with a starting bid price of $12.99. If bidder A places a bid of $20.00 for the domain, our system will start his bid at $12.99 and bid up to $20.00 automatically on his behalf. When bidder B visits the auction, he sees the current bid price as $12.99. If bidder B decides to place a bid for $14.00, he will be outbid immediately by bidder A, and the new minimum bid will be $15.00. In order to outbid the first bidder, he would need to bid at least $20.01. If bidder B places a bid for $20.00, which matches bidder A's maximum bid amount, then bidder A would still be the high bidder, but the new minimum bid would be $21.00. Related topics: Domain Market, Expired Domain Auctions
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annabel_maw
d_london_gb_26
Dec 21, 2015 11:44am
Good job! You got it :)
a_h_swabi_pa
Dec 15, 2015 3:30pm
To find a list of your inactive domains, please follow these steps: Sign in to your Dynadot account. Select "Inactive Domains" from the "Domains" drop-down menu. You can type the domain name in the "Search" box to locate it.
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a_h_swabi_pa
a_h_swabi_pa
Dec 15, 2015 3:32pm
For Easy One
annabel_maw
a_h_swabi_pa
Dec 21, 2015 11:45am
Nice work! You win :)
a_n_ho_chi_minh_vn_2
Dec 16, 2015 9:21am
Easy: Where can you find a list of your inactive domains? Answer: To find a list of your inactive domains, please follow these steps: - Sign in to your Dynadot account. - Select "Inactive Domains" from the "Domains" drop-down menu. - You can type the domain name in the "Search" box to locate it. Medium: What is punycode? Answer: Punycode is a way to represent International Domain Names (IDNs) with the limited character set (A-Z, 0-9) supported by the domain name system. For example, "münich" would be encoded as "mnich-kva". - An IDN takes the punycode encoding, and adds a "xn--" in front of it. So "münich.com" would become "xn--mnich-kva.com". - We support many domain extensions that offer IDNs in a variety of languages. To see a list and search for an IDN domain, visit our IDN page. Hard: How does proxy bidding work? Answer: We use proxy bidding for our Expired Domain Auctions. Here is how it works: - Say for example, a domain is in auction with a starting bid price of $12.99. - If bidder A places a bid of $20.00 for the domain, our system will start his bid at $12.99 and bid up to $20.00 automatically on his behalf. - When bidder B visits the auction, he sees the current bid price as $12.99. If bidder B decides to place a bid for $14.00, he will be outbid immediately by bidder A, and the new minimum bid will be $15.00. In order to outbid the first bidder, he would need to bid at least $20.01. - If bidder B places a bid for $20.00, which matches bidder A's maximum bid amount, then bidder A would still be the high bidder, but the new minimum bid would be $21.00.
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