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Sedo weekly sales led by Haide.com

Sedo released their weekly sales and Haide.com led the way at $18,000. Sales overall were light this week, Casino was a popular keyword with SolCasino.com selling for $15,000, CasinoFair.com selling for 4,000 GBP, ($5,244) and Casino-Test.com 2,500 Euros ($2,924). 36 .com sales 11 cctld sales 4 other gtld sales Biotech.asia sold for 10,000 Euros ($11,702). […]

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FantasyIsland.com that’s quite a haircut

In 1977 Fantasy Island premiered on ABC and ran for 7 seasons. There were 152 episodes and 2 TV movies, it started as a movie first before becoming a show on Saturday nights. The series ended in 1984. FantasyIsland.com was registered in June of 1997. The domain was purchased in 2011 by what looks to […]

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#Sedo sales report : #Domain names sold during the week ending 7/22/2018 – top sale is IvyPay.com

Welcome to the weekly edition of reporting on the Sedo domain sales; this time we cover the week ending July 22nd, 2018. This information has been provided by Sedo.com, sponsors of DomainGang. Sedo sellers sold 3 domains in the five figure range for .com, and in particular: ivypay.com 22,000 USD localhero.com 16,000 EUR videospace.com 12,000 […]

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Some domains might look like they get a lot of inbound inquiries, but beware of false hope

Every once and a while I buy an expired domain that starts getting a high volume of inbound offers right out of the gate. Years ago I used to get excited, it was like striking gold, I thought to myself, “yes – I found a hot domain that everyone wants.” Then of course, I’d scratch […]

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Press release claims that VPN.com is the 7th largest domain purchase in the world

Well this is a bit of a head scratcher. A press release went out yesterday disclosing the acquisition price of VPN.com and claiming, in the headline of the press release, that it is the 7th largest domain purchase in the world. At a final acquisition price of $976,730 I just know that’s not true. If this […]

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Sedo weekly sales led by BTCexchange.com

Sedo released their weekly sales and BTCexchange.com led the way at $55,000. okdo.com was the second highest sale at 35,000 GBP ($45,906). 46 .com sales 24 cctld sales 7 other gtld sales There were four 4L.com sales sold in .com. Kyg.org sold for $8,800 to lead the other gtld sales. Domain name Price Currency .COMs […]

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Sedo weekly sales led by SecureChain.com

Sedo reported their weekly sales and SecureChain.com led the way at $30,000. OnlineCasino.mx was the number two sale at 19,600 Euros. ($22,715). 59 .com sales 15 cctld sales 10 other tld sales Bit.ch was an interest domain hack if being used that way. 8,000 Euros. ($9,271). Life.Club was the highest new gtld sale at $7,000. […]

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#Sedo sales report : #Domain names sold during the week of 6/11/2018 – 6/17/2018

Welcome to the weekly edition of reporting on the Sedo domain sales; this time we cover the week between June 11th – June 17th, 2018. This information is provided courtesy of Sedo.com, sponsors of DomainGang. Several big sales this week, with 6 domains that sold in the five figure range for .com, and in particular: […]

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IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday, June 19th

Happy Tuesday, Maybe I need a vacation to Europe too. It’s not that I’m overly busy or stressed out or anything, but more like I need a recharge. It reminds me of the benefits of meditating. Keeping your head clear and focused can have all kinds of benefits. Your mind will wander off and subconsciously  […]

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Buyer of Vacation.Rentals believes the days of high priced .com sales are coming to an end

Mike Kugler is the gentleman that purchased Vacation.Rentals for $500,300. Currently the highest reported new gtld sale. Yes Gay.app has been touted as being sold for $1million. No confirmation by any source that industry participants rely on. A website by the name of AMAfeed.com did a Reddit style ask me anything with Mike. Some of […]

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