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November 22, 2017 01:47

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Cars.com confirmed to be the largest domain sale in history

Cars.com has been confirmed to have been the largest domain sale in history, with a staggering $872,320,000 dollar valuation. Domain investor, George Kirikos, provided this number two years ago, and is once again quoting the numbers from the latest Cars.com financial statement: In connection with our acquisition by Parent, we have an intangible asset with […]

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Furniture.co.uk domain name sells for $650,000

.UK domain name is one of the biggest public sales of the year. The domain name Furniture.co.uk has sold for $650,000. Buyer Graham Haynes issued a release last week announcing his purchase of the domain name through Sedo domain name broker Dave Evanson. Haynes’ release said the purchase was $700,000, but I verified the story […]

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DNPric.es Database Of Domain Sales Tops 1M: Total Sales Tops $1.6 Billion

DNPric.es database of domain name sales passed over 1,000,000 historic records. According to the developer of the site, not only it makes DNPric.es, the first one to gather so much public entries in one place, it is also times bigger than any other known data provider. According to the statistics section on the site: “The […]

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Premium .SKI Domains Hit NamesCon Auction: Water.Ski; Jet.Ski, Shop.Ski; i.Ski

Some of the most valuable snow skiing and water skiing domain names are being made available for the first time by the .Ski Registry, in the RightOfTheDot / NamesCon live domain Auction being held on January 11, 2016 at 2:00 PM Pacific Time at the NamesCon conference at the New Tropicana Hotel & Casino, online […]

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Namecheap Holding Black Friday/Cyber Monday Sale With “$10 Million in Savings”

Namecheap, a leading ICANN-accredited domain registrar and web hosting company, announced their major annual Black Friday/Cyber Monday Sale. The two-day event offers over $10 million in savings and the lowest prices available for the year. Customers can save big not only on domain names and hosting, but SSLs, website builders, email hosting, and more. Rick […]

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RightofTheDot/Namescon Domain Auction Is Opened for Submissions

RightoftheDot.com is holding a live and online auction with Namejet.com from the Namescon conference. RightoftheDot.com has now formally opened up submission for the auction. We are looking for great domain names, especially one word .com and new gTLD’sm along with short domains in all extensions, along with brand domains, category killers, Geographic domains. Domains should […]

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DNF.com Has Sold

DNF.com has sold the domain which forwarded to DNForum.com is now owned by a registrant in China. The domain recently stopped forwarding to the forum and was parked at SEDO. The amount is undisclosed. The domain name was registered in 1996. The domain is now registered at the Chinese domain name registrar, ename.com Registrant Contact […]

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ZenPayroll.com Rebrands To Gusto.com! Secures Domain 8 Days Prior To Launch

ZenPayroll.com has announced they are rebranding to Gusto.com and adding health benefits and workers’ comp to its offering services. The Gusto.com domain name was secured only 8 days prior to the official rebranding announcement according to whois records.

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ABC madness continues : Dot .MX domain sold for five figures!

The domain name ABC.mx, the ccTLD for Mexico, was sold last week; its previous owner marveled at the price, believing at the time that it’s a Mexican company. As Google acquired ABC.XYZ from the dot .XYZ Registry to use for its Alphabet project, everything points in that direction; Google also acquired the domains Alphabet.XYZ and […]

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Virtual Network SA Adds To $10M+ In Domain Investments With Purchase of Brain.com

Virtual Network SA of Switzerland has purchased the premium generic domain name Brain.com, adding to over $10+ Million in domain name investments over the years.

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