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January 18, 2020 21:11

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Reported domain sales 2019 vs 2018 GoDaddy up – Sedo and Park.io down

Now that all the reported sales data for 2019 is in, it looks like 2019 reported sales for GoDaddy were up big in 2019 vs 2018. Sedo on the other hand saw sales slip by $2.5million. Park.io had a down year in 2019 vs 2018 as well. Reported sales were off by $343,300 or 31%. […]

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Cryptocurrency tax company and others bought domains at Uniregistry

No big reported sales, but a good mix of end users. Ageist bought Ageist.com, a big improvement over its domain WeAreAgeist.com. Uniregistry’s top reported sale of the week was only $8,500. Despite a lack of high-ticket purchases, some interesting end users bought domains at Uniregistry. I like Cryptocurrency .tax, which is a service that helps […]

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How NameJet has changed over the past four years

Joseph Peterson returns to write about NameJet. The Chinese market implosion and new expired domain deals have changed the face of NameJet since he last wrote. I stopped writing articles about domains at NameJet for DNW about 4 years ago.  “My how time flies!” would be one reaction.  But some things never change.  Or do […]

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Sedo weekly sales led by Xoco.com

Sedo released their weekly sales and Xoco.com led the way at $23,000. Purem.com was second at $18,860 and Cryptium.com came in third at 12,500 Euros, ($13,907) 38 .com sales 20 cctld sales 4 other tld sales Domain name Date Price Currency .COMs xoco.com 01/06/2020 23,000 USD purem.com 01/06/2020 18,860 USD cryptium.com 01/06/2020 12,500 EUR myarea.com […]

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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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How to sell domains to China

Consider hiring a broker or using Afternic. China is an attractive place for domain investors. We hear of exciting news of domains sold to Chinese buyers for incredible prices. Naturally, we want to know how we can do the same too and reap a handsome return. In the high end, there have been many multimillion […]

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21 end user domain name sales

A pipeline construction company, a calculator app and a dental anesthetic company bought domain names. Sedo kicked off the new year with a combined list of sales during the recent holiday period. While the holidays can be a slow time for sales, Sedo turned in some nice sales. Here’s a look at some of the […]

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Lotto.com, purchased for $2.68 million in 2017, survives cybersquatting challenge

No-brainer case reveals purchase price of Lotto.com. A German lottery operator has failed to take the domain name Lotto.com from another lottery operator through the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP). Bremer Toto und Lotto GmbH filed the dispute in October. Even without reviewing the case details, it was obvious that this case was […]

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Barri.com sells to end user for $100,000+

Shane Kinsch strikes again with six-figure sale. A Texas-based financial services company has smartly purchased the domain name Barri.com, which it forwards to its website at BarriGroup.com. Shane Kinsch, who sold Cumberland.com last year for $250,000, sold the domain. Kinsch received $100,000 net of all expenses and brokers. Joe Uddeme of Name Experts represented the […]

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Sedo weekly sales led by Touhou.com and a 62,000 3L.net

Sedo released their extended weekly sales report as they did not release data over the holiday season. Touhou.com was the top sale at $75,000 and OGE.net sold for $62,000 to come in second. The Touhou Project, often referred to simply as Touhou, is a bullet hell shoot ’em up video game series created by one-man […]

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