This could be your domain
For startups primed to grow
- Year 1: $120/month
- Year 2: $180/month
- Year 3: $240/month
- 4.0% annual increase onward
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Achieving Their Dreams Is What Our Clients Do
Why Entrepreneurs Choose Venture
Save upfront funds and manage cash flows effectively
Perpetual domain rights that can be canceled anytime
Reduced risk of asset disposal, if the business fails
Transferable domain rights
Frequently Asked Questions
Venture is a perpetual rights leasing platform for domain names. Our mission is to help the next generation of startups create amazing brands.
Premium brandable domains, like prime real estate, can be worth up to millions of dollars, and its value is reflected in its contract.
Venture.com is a digital lease-only platform because we want to protect the domain ecology of the web. However, you may contact the Domain Owner via Whois to inquire if a sale is possible.
Yes. It’s free to cancel your contract at any time for any reason. You will not be reimbursed for the payment period you cancel. For more details please read our refund policy.
Submit your name servers when you apply or via your account. Once the Domain Owner has transferred the domain to Venture, it may take 24-72 hours to update.
Venture's model has been designed with your brand's longterm success in mind. It guarantees you exclusive rights to lease the domain indefinitely. The Owner cannot cancel for convenience. Therefore, it is contingent upon your end of the agreement being kept by paying on time and not infringing on any trademark with the domain.
The new domain owner will be required to agree to your existing lease agreement terms and conditions. This means you will continue with your exclusive rights to use the domain.
You will be able to transfer/assign your perpetual rights lease to the new owner of the business built on the domain. We have already executed a number of these assignments.
The Compensation Payment is the Original Monthly Fee multiplied by 250. You only have to pay this fee if you cause the domain to be lost due to illegal activities. For example, blatant trademark infringement.
Listings are by invitation only.