The previous domain provider was Name.com from feriman.com. They were the only provider to offer 2-factor authentication at the time (3 or 4 years ago, I think).
Now they (Name.com) have sent me a renewal offer for my domain. 1 year for $19. That's a bit expensive, isn't it? Yes, it is.
So I decided to move my feriman.com domain to another domain provider.
I checked out Godaddy for the first time. They have good offers for new customers, but the renewal price is high and they don't offer domain privacy.
Secondary I checked Domain.com, they have better prices than Godaddy (in long term), but they don't offer domain privacy.
The next stop was Google Domains. They offer domain privacy for free, but the transfer/renewal price isn't the best and it's not available in my country.
And finally, I found Namecheap. They offer domain transfer for $8.88, domain renewal for $13.99, and domain privacy for free! Plus they copied my NS settings from Name.com, so there wasn't any downtime. Perfect!
If I keep Name.com as my domain provider, I should have paid $19 for 1 year.
I transferred my domain to Namecheap, so that was only $8,88.
I saved 10 dollars and 12 cents :)