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December 17, 2018 15:19

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1M.com closes at $140,001 on Flippa

1M.com closed at $140,001 on Flippa. Domain only auction and will be the 4th largest domain sale on Flippa for 2018. Sales data courtesy of Namebio strength.com 300,001 USD 2018-08-15 Flippa gab.com 220,000 USD 2018-09-12 Flippa soulmate.com 160,000 USD 2018-02-27 Flippa Here is a look at the last 10 2 character .com sales. 1m.com 140,001 […]

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Translate.com with 2million monthly visitors on auction at Flippa (no reserve)

Translate.com is up on auction at Flippa and is currently at $201,000. This is a no reserve auction and is also a real business built on a premium domain name. Where do you think it closes?   Translate.com: almost 2M monthly visitors, Translation website with ~2M monthly visitors generating $469k annual revenue Premium domain and […]

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NameJet adjusting incremental bid amounts on pending delete names

NameJet sent out an email that they will be changing the incremental bid amounts on pending delete auctions.   Incremental Bid Announcement For Pending Delete Names Dear NameJet Customer, We are writing to announce a new opportunity for you to compete for the Pending Delete names you want on NameJet. Effective, October 17th, 2018, we […]

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#TopToken .com : Cryptocurrency #domain auction jumps in final minutes at #DropCatch

Many public auctions at DropCatch get really busy in the final minutes, as in the case of TopToken.com . The seemingly cryptocurrency-related domain name auction attracted several bidders, and intense bidding that extended the auction in 5 minute increments for several hours. Eventually, the auction ended and the domain was sold for $3,852 dollars. A […]

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DropCatch.com now offers Pre-Release domain auctions

DropCatch.com has started offering Pre-Release domain name auctions. All domain auctions will start at $10.00 USD and include the first year registration. A Pre-Release domain is a domain that has expired at the NameBright.com registrar and is being offered in auction BEFORE dropping. This offers you the opportunity to acquire the domain name before it […]

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L.A. based Marijuana magazine lets domain expire sells for $10,500

The 420 Times allowed it’s domain to expire and it closed at $10,500 on GoDaddy auctions on Tuesday. From the Huffington Post, THE 420 TIMES is a Los Angeles homegrown medical marijuana and natural healing magazine, distributed throughout Southern California. The 420 Times covers activism, advocacy and legal issues, cultivation, medical research, as well as […]

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How much will Excel.com sell for?

Today I randomly noticed a press release from Hilco Streambank announcing the listing of Excel.com for sale. My first thought was probably the same as yours – doesn’t Microsoft own that one? My second thought might have also been the same…doesn’t Microsoft have a Trademark on the word Excel? Well it turns out that no, […]

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No waiting til the end of this auction

Usually the action gets hot toward the end of an auction, most don’t want to show their hand early. That’s not the case for 636.cc which hit GoDaddy auctions last night. The name is already at $30,000. Bid Date Bid Expires Bidder Bid Amount 2018/09/15 06:31 PM (PDT) 2018/09/26 11:29 AM (PDT) Bidder 9 $30 000 […]

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MMX is running a New gTLD domain hack auction

MMX is running a domain hack auction that will overlap with the MERGE conference. Some domains, like e.g. channel.surf, I would personally not categorize as hacks. The 7-day public auctions are on Namejet. There are the 14 domains in the auction: bene.fit body.surf channel.surf day.work duct.work form.fit house.work leg.work mis.fit nonpro.fit retro.fit shit.fit wood.work yard.work […]

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What changes would you make to improve auction houses?

So with all the anger and disappointment in the auction houses, as evidenced by polls and comments on TheDomains and Namepros, what changes would you like to see implemented? Some domain investors might be past the point of no return, but for those who believe things can be improved, where do we start? GoDaddy stands […]

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