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January 18, 2020 03:41

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GoDaddy #domain brokerage: “Our buyers aren’t made of money!”

The GoDaddy brokerage contact form doesn’t allow for large numbers to be entered. The form that is filled out by the domain owner when they want to place a counter-offer, not only doesn’t allow “large numbers” to be entered – it tells the seller that the GoDaddy buyers aren’t made of money. This incredible email […]

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#Uniregistry sending its #domain brokerage team to #NamesCon 2020

Uniregistry will be attending NamesCon 2020, sending a team of domain brokers, account managers and sales people to the upcoming domain conference taking place in Austin, Texas. Note: Uniregistry is a premium sponsor of DomainGang. Here’s the announcement from Uniregistry: Join us at NamesCon 2020 – January 29 – Feb 1 in Austin, Texas The […]

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#NanoSleeve .com : From reg fee, to mega sale via #Afternic #domain brokerage

Domain entrepreneur, Krista Gable, spends time daily researching new trends in technology. The Domain Domme founder is immersed into cybernetics, teledildonics, and haptic technologies, along with crypto and blockchain; then she locates the best keywords for each niche, and registers the matching domain names. Krista’s latest public sale involves the domain name NanoSleeve.com, and she […]

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Encrypt.com : Premium #domain changed hands again after 9 years

Encrypt.com, a premium, aged domain name, has been sold. Nine years after its 2011 sale at Sedo for $76,000 dollars, Encrypt.com is now in the possession of Brent Oxley. The serial entrepreneur has been spending top dollar on premium domain names, and Encrypt.com is a domain worth at least eight figures in retail. Data encryption […]

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“Domain squatters” have taken control of Kim DotCom’s expired #domain

The illustrious Kim Dotcom is still pondering his future after years of litigation, stemming from his MegaUpload project. It seems that one of Kim Dotcom’s precious domain assets, K.im, has changed hands. The domain is on the Island of Man ccTLD and it apparently expired and dropped; it’s what is commonly known as a “domain […]

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#Sedo #domain sales for the week of Jan 13, 2020 topped by xoco.com at $23000

Sedo weekly: Top sale is that of xoco.com at $23,000 dollars. Welcome to the latest edition of reporting on the Sedo domain sales; this time we cover the week ending on January 13, 2020. This information has been provided by Sedo.com, sponsors of DomainGang. As a side note, Sedo has rolled out its separate Expiring […]

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#Uni Brokerage report: Top 20 #domains sold in the week ending Jan 13, 2020

Uniregistry, a DomainGang sponsor, announced its Top 20 sales for the week ending January 13, 2020. Top sale: Rentpower.com at $8,500 dollars. The report includes only domain sales that can be shared publicly, and only domains that were sold using the services of the Uni Brokerage team — not self-brokered sales. Here’s the list of […]

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#Domain Calendar for 2020 : #Indian company knows its marketing!

It’s the new year, 2020, and a great opportunity to schedule 12 months of activities on your own calendar. InBackorder is an Indian domain backorder company, that apparently knows its marketing approach well, as they created a 12 month calendar for 2020, with quotes about domain names. This “domain calendar” is a useful reminder of […]

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#CondadoBlu .com : Yet another #domain sighting in Puerto Rico

As you know by now, “domain sightings” are random encounters with domain names in the real world: Cars, boats, shops, stores, and products. Witnessing a domain name on a tangible item makes domain names more related to the brand they represent. We classify such encounters into two categories, dot .com domain sightings, and all of […]

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