To the best of my knowledge, no. Once you register your domain name, it's set for whatever term you registered for (one year minimum).
If you want to change the domain of your website, you'd have to register a new name - the one you want to change to - then point that one to your website and 'unhook' the other name.
Alternatively, point the old domain to a re-direct page to the new domain.
No that would not be possible. The reason for that is once you have a domain name, all your hubs will have that in the hub's link address. So if you keep changing that, Google will never pick up your hubs so it would work against you. Either start a new account or just keep going with it. If you just keep writing, i think the domain name won't matter that much. It's your writing that matters, not the domain name.
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