With each edition, DomainX, India’s first dedicated conference for domain name investors, has been
upping the ante in connecting the Indian domain name investor community with globally recognized
names in the ecosystem and has been recognized for the same by partners and delegates alike.

Continuing in the same vein, the team at DomainX 2017 sponsored by Uniregistry, is pleased to share a
confirmation of participation from Ali Zandi, prominent domain name broker and investor who has
facilitated millions of dollars of successful transactions in the domain industry, the most recent one
being Freedom.com that was brokered by Ali for 2 Million USD.

Ali Zandi

Ali Zandi is the founder and senior broker at Starfire Holdings, a domain name brokerage and
consulting firm. Prior to Starfire Holdings, Ali was the director of sales and acquisitions at
Perception.com, a private domain name investment fund. At DomainX 2017 Ali will be speaking about
his experiences in an interactive format.

The Domain Name Owners Association of India (DNOAi), India’s only domain name investor forum
opines “Ali Zandi has a wealth of knowledge and sales experience and DNOAI welcomes his
participation in DomainX for the benefit of the Indian domain name investor who will have an enriching
opportunity to network with him and learn from his insights, experience, and mindset.”

Ali joins our esteemed panel of speakers that includes Samiran Gupta – Head of India at ICANN, Kevin
Murphy from DomainIncite.com, Troy Rushton of NameBrokers.com, Jon Yau of Stockphoto.com, Justin Hutauruk (Registrar Sales Director) of Uniregistry.com, Tommy Butler of Glasgow.com, and acclaimed Domain Attorneys Zak Muscovitch, Rodney Ryder, Gurpreet Monga & Ankur Raheja.

DomainX 2017 sponsored by Uniregistry will take place on August 5th & 6th in New Delhi, India. For
more information on attending & sponsorship inquiries, please visit


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