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What is Namecheap’s domain marketplace?

Our domain marketplace is a simple, easy-to-use platform to list domain names for sale. While there are many ways to promote domains you want to sell, this online shop makes connecting with interested buyers easy. To make a purchase, just view the listings, and click “Add to Cart.” Once you have made your selections, the checkout process can be completed in a few simple steps. Learn more about what is Namecheap’s marketplace.

What are the reasons I might need to use the domain marketplace?

If you have an idea for an interesting domain that no one has ever registered before, you can buy it yourself as a business investment. Once you have registered new domains, you can list them on the marketplace at a premium price, and sell it to other businesses for a profit. Alternately, if you previously purchased a domain, and no longer need it for yourself, it can be sold on the marketplace to other interested parties. For example, if you operate an online store, and decide to move on to other business ventures, other digital retailers might be interested in buying your domain. Read more about how can you list a domain for sale.

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If you have already searched for new and unregistered domains using our Domain Name Search tool, and did not discover the perfect option, the marketplace is another great resource. Millions and millions of domains have been registered over the years, and a good portion of them are now for sale. If the unique domain name you dream of has already been registered by someone else, you may find it for sale in the marketplace.

When can I manage my domain name services after purchasing?

All domain names for sale in our marketplace must go through an approval period after a purchase is made. This process typically takes up to 48 hours. Once the approval is complete, buyers have the green light to manage their new domain. Learn more about the domain purchase process.

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Does Namecheap guarantee each domain sale?

When you buy one of the domain names for sale in the marketplace, the order is guaranteed. The domain purchased is added to your account right away, but is locked from modifications until the payment is approved. This process can take up to two days, but as long as there are no issue with your form of payment, the domain is yours. In the exceedingly rare instance that a problem occurs, you will not be charged. Your satisfaction is our top priority, so if you have a problem or question with our marketplace, we guarantee that one of our service professionals will investigate and respond within 24 hours.

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Og names for sale

O.G. or original gangster or real OG or triple OG [oh-jee] or [uh-rij-uh-nl gang-ster]

What does OG mean?

OG is a slang term for someone who’s incredibly exceptional, authentic, or “old-school.” It can be earnestly used for a legend like Michael Jordan or more ironically, like for that friend who can unwrap a Starburst with their mouth.

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Where does OG come from?

While OG has come to be a hip way of referring or showing respect to someone who’s an expert in any facet of life, its origins lie in gang culture. According to Steve Champion and former South Central Los Angeles gang member Anthony Ross in 2006, the term first started being used in the early 1970s by the LA-based Original Gangster Crips. The term original gangster was derived from the gang’s name and initially stood for “we’re the first.” Crips members would use the OG abbreviation as a shorthand when writing which part of the gang they belonged to (e.g., Original Eastside Crip or OG Eastside).

As the Crips expanded in the 1970s, and many new recruits were coming form different gangs, the definition of the term began to change. An OG became someone who was deeply devoted to their subset gang, and younger members of the gangs began to use it in reference to the elders. The term became so popular that even the Crips’s rival gang, the Bloods, started using it.

During the 1980s, OG began to enter the mainstream with its use in commercialized rap music. In songs and music videos, an OG was seen as someone in gang culture who was hip and impressive (an exceptional badass), and soon the term was used to describe people in the real world who exemplified those characteristics even when they had no gang affiliations. At the same time, the term continued to carry on its initial meaning in the sense that something was OG if it was the first of its kind or unique—that is, original.

One notable example of OG in the context of commercialized rap is in LA-raised rapper Ice-T’s single (and album) “O.G. Original Gangster,” which, at its peak, was #7 on 1991’s Billboard rap charts.

There also exists a popular strain of weed known as OG Kush. The origin of the strain’s name is debated, but according to Amsterdam-based cannabis-seed seller DNA Genetics, who’s responsible for marketing OG Kush seeds, the strain originally went by a different name, but was renamed OG Kush by the popular 1990s LA rap group Cypress Hill. Cypress Hill, apparently, was using OG in its sense of “exceptional.”

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