How Kim Kardashian West, Kylie Jenner Inspired Billion-Dollar Blockchain Domains
If you don’t own a Blockchain Domain, you will want one very soon.
It’s certainly no doubt that consumers are deeply inspired by Kim Kardashian West being famously famous and her Kardashian-Jenner sisters!
Making each of them mega-celebrity brands and insane household names.
Kylie Jenner is still the world’s youngest self-made billionaire for the second year in a row.
Next in line is her brother-in-law Kanye West married to Kim, who was recently vetted by Forbes and declared also a billionaire!
However, Forbes didn’t validate Kanye West is worth $3 billion as he himself reported, they believe the final revenue number was around $1.3 billion. Yet still, Kanye West is certainly a billionaire making exceptional money moves.
Owning anything associated with Kim Kardashian West and her sisters is comparable to having ownership in high performing stocks.
“After all they are always making constant headline news, increasing value in their brands as a unit.”
What if you were able to buy Blockchain Domains, based on a Fintech concept equivalent to the lifestyles of Kim Kardashian West and her family??
“It’s actually possible and our company Uply Media, Inc did just that!”
First, let’s breakdown what’s a Blockchain Domain?
Blockchain Domains are similar to Real assets (real estate, precious metals, commodities, land, equipment, and natural resources) because they are deemed valuable crypto digital assets.
Investing in Blockchain Domains is similar to buying, selling, renting, leasing, or applying promotional use of a property or commercial building for a purpose.
What do Blockchain Domains do?
The most popular extensions are .Crypto and .Zil as Blockchain domains.
Unlike traditional domain names, Blockchain domains have an enterprise and consumer use, making this domain an invaluable asset class for private key wallet ownership.
Right now is a golden time to seize this opportunity for investing in a censorship-resistant website on a Blockchain domain, which also holds the power to process global payments for cryptocurrency marketplaces to send and receive Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
“As explained earlier if you don’t own one, you will want to soon!”
Premium Blockchain domains can range from $1000 to 10k, with some premium names not available nor pricing released. Unstoppable Domains is the service provider to purchase your Blockchain domains from.
The highest demand when it comes to pricing is for .Crypto extensions and many premium names not released yet available to purchase.
Consider this like learning about a hot property zip code and trying to buy in a trendy new up and coming area.
Kim Kardashian West, Kylie Jenner Inspiration
To buy Blockchain domains that have premium value involves conducting extensive research and evaluations.
Kim Kardashian West and her family made owning real estate in Calabasas super trendy. With their show “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” airing on E! network highlighting an abundantly luxury lifestyle living in Calabasas, California.
Bloomberg’s annual ranking of the richest cities in the U.S. crowned Calabasas as home to the rich and fabulously famous over even Beverly Hills in California.
“We thought what if our company Uply Media, Inc purchased the Blockchain domain Calabasas.Crypto??”
“Could we turn this into a hot digital asset?”
After consulting with SEO, search engine optimization experts and data scientists for keywords search intent we learned Calabasas.Crypto would be a valuable digital asset similar to a premium domain.
For that reason, we made the buy and developed a Blockchain Website that’s live on Ethereum, published to the Interplanetary File System (IPFS).
Kim Kardashian West is most known for her “influencer” ability to influence marketplaces. Creating and shifting brand awareness and dominance control for goods, products, and services.
Conducting further research for SEO and keywords search intent, the Blockchain domain “Influencer.Crypto” was purchased after it was determined to be a valuable digital asset similar to a premium domain.
Kylie Jenner offers to help the world get clear skin with her beauty brand “Kylie Skin.”
Our researchers for SEO and keywords search intent, determined the Blockchain domain “ClearSkin.Crypto” would be a great buy as a valuable digital asset similar to a premium domain.
Much to our delight, while stuck at home in a global pandemic, Kylie Jenner made a stunning buy for a new real estate property in exclusive Holmby Hills!
According to PEOPLE, it was confirmed from an inside real estate source that Kylie, 22, bought an estate in the exclusive Los Angeles neighborhood of Holmby Hills, and TMZ was first to reveal the news that the reality star paid $36.5 million.
It’s reported the property was previously listed for $45,950,000 on April 3rd, this means Kylie Jenner got a huge deep discount at only $36.5 million!
We had previously purchased HolmbyHills.Crypto and now it’s linked to Kylie Jenner “this Blockchain domain just doubled in value!”
Without limitations, the family absolutely loves to buy luxury properties and in the same locations, Holmby Hills is very exclusive and it’s not a lot of inventory. Making digital crypto assets even more valuable.
Palm Springs, CA has been blessed with Kylie Jenner and Kris Jenner purchasing two properties on the same street.
In February of 2020, Kim and Kanye also purchased a third property on the same street! On Palm Springs Island, known for its hot springs, stylish hotels, golf courses, and spas.
Also making it easy to access Coachella Valley when attending the popular music festival.
Which also prompted our purchase for PalmSpringsCA.Crypto and CoachellaValley.Crypto as valuable digital assets similar to owning premium domains.
Disclaimer: Uply Media, Inc is the private key wallet representative for the .Crypto and .Zil Blockchain domains mentioned in this article. Kim Kardashian West, Kylie Jenner nor their brands or affiliates are not associated or affiliated with Uply Media, Inc nor the .Crypto or .Zil blockchain domains referenced. Images used in this article were in compliance with “Fair Use” for photos in news reporting.