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Domain industry pioneer, founder of Moniker.com, steps down

Cahn-monte A pioneer in the domain name industry in South Florida, Monte Cahn, has stepped down has president of Moniker.com and Snapnames.com, parent company Oversee.net announced today.

Cahn is founder of Moniker.com, a domain-name registration and management provider in Pompano Beach that began in 1999. It was was acquired by Los Angeles-based Oversee.net in December 2007.

"We respect his desire to part ways and look forward to working with him in new capacities,'' Oversee CEO and President Jeff Kupietzky said in a statement released Friday afternoon.

Cahn organized the first domain name sales over $1 million and $2 million, wallstreet.com and autos.com, respectively. He has sold over $200 million in domain names in his career, including slots.com for $5.5 million and porn.com for $9.5 million.

Cahn will leave Oversee when his contract is up on Dec. 31.


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