When I was the Vice President of Sales at Uniregistry, I had a front-row seat to watch extensions like .LINK, .Sexy, .Hiphop come to life. To be honest, I towed the corporate line and showed excitement for these new extensions. But deep down, my personal belief was that it would take a long time (if ever) for there to be a strong enough demand for these extensions. The good news is that I was wrong. That was about six years ago, and a lot has changed since then. First, I left Uniregistry and co-Founded Saw.com, a domain broker service. Working for yourself allows you the freedom to choose your projects and opportunities. One of those opportunities has been consulting for MMX, which I started in late 2020.