Your question was: If you cancel your web hosting account with godaddy, will you still be able to keep your domain name?.
I don't have any but here's a thread that may interest you http://www.namepros.com/domain-name-...light=nanotech.
And here's a very nice Nanotech HostGator that's NOT FOR SALE http://www.namepros.com/domain-appra...light=nanotech.
You deserve a medal if you can find even a marginal nanotech name that has not been registered. Believe me, I have tried.
Also, nanotech right now is in the pits. Most of the nano companies have done so poorly that venture capitalists no longer fund them. Even the word nanotechnology has been replaced by "small tech" in many circles beacause nanotech companies have been such poor investments.
Read this blog from the guy who actually wrote the book on investing in nanotech before you start buying up these names. Start at the bottom with the March 7th entry and work your way up. http://www.nanotechnology.com/blogs/blognano/index.html..
I've reg'd a few recently ( tip: buy newscientist! ), but in reading about nanotech, many of the scientists involved are fairly dismissive about getting anything to market any time soon ( regarding the tech they are developing anyway ).
I've not reg'd many though, as I anticipate needing to hold them for at least a decade. even then I think it will be more industry/medical focused, not direct to consumer...
I agree. It will be at least 10 years, probably much longer. Better to stick with areas that are experiencing tremendous growth NOW and into the future such as:.
- United Arab Emirates.
- Climate Change/Go Green/Alternative Energy.
- Asian Casino Gaming..