Oversee.net acquires Moniker

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Online marketing company Oversee.net has acquired Moniker, a provider of domain name registration, domain asset management and monetization services.

While Oversee is headquartered in Los Angeles, Moniker will continue to operate in Pompano Beach, FL under its current president, Monte Cahn. Specific terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Presently, Moniker offers name creation, registration, acquisition, portfolio management, theft protection, appraisal and escrow services, traffic monetization, live and online domain auctions and aftermarket sales.

Last June Oversee acquired domain name auction company SnapNames.

“Oversee's advanced technology platform and strong financial resources give us the capability to focus on further expanding our market opportunity,” Cahn said in a statement. “This is a dynamic industry, and our collaboration with SnapNames puts Oversee well ahead of any competitor.”

Later this month, SnapNames Live will lead the first demonstration of the integration at DomainFest Global.

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