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June 20, 2019 00:02

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#Cooking .com : Domain auction ended at #Sedo at six figures!

The premium domain Cooking.com was just auctioned off at Sedo’s GreatDomains auction. A prime culinary keyword, Cooking.com attracted numerous bids from a number of pre-qualified bidders. To bid above $10,000 dollars, Sedo pre-screens all potential bidders. The final auction price: $402,500 dollars after receiving 39 bids. Registered in 1998, Cooking.com is a top tier domain […]

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Another example of how automated appraisals miss the mark by a mile

Tonight Sedo sold CasinoEngine.com for $40,000, the Australian company that owned the name since 2003 cashed in big time. EveryMatrix a company based out of Romania is involved in iGaming and has a product called “Casino Engine”. EveryMatrix is an independent company offering award-winning software solutions to the iGaming industry. It was founded in 2008 […]

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Sedo weekly sales led by Yotta.com

Sedo released their weekly sales and Yotta.com led the way at $100,000. Yotta is the largest decimal unit prefix in the metric system, denoting a factor of 10 or 1000000000000000000000000. EndlessSummer.com sold for $20,000 to take second place. eCommerce.co sold for 15,000 Euros, ($16,736). 42 .com sales 18 cctld sales 5 other tld sales From […]

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18 end user domain name sales up to £50,000

A French fishing magazine, several tech and engineering firms and a British furniture company bought domain names last week. Sedo had some nice end user domain name sales over the past week. The top sale of FusionBank.com is still in escrow but I wonder if the buyer is the bank that uses Fusion.bank for its […]

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Sedo weekly sales led by FusionBank.com

Sedo reported their weekly sales and FusionBank.com led the way at 50,000 GBP, ($65,265). Comscope.com was second at 42,500 Euros, ($47,878). 49 .com sales 15 cctld sales 5 other tld sales T.win sold for $22,500, by far the highest .win sale. 6 out of 49 .com sales were 4L.com. Two were five figures.   Domain […]

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Let’s switch it up bargain bin style, post your names up to $250

Going to switch it up this time and see if we can see a greater percentage of names sold, a lot of names sell daily for $200 to $400 so use this as a chance to buy or sell a name on the cheap. So this post is for the best name you are willing […]

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Cover.com buys Cover.ca and 15 other end user domain sales

The company that paid $825,000 for Cover.com just bought Cover.ca for $10,000. This week’s top public sale at Sedo was a new top level domain: buy.game for $29,999. I can’t figure out the buyer but it’s worth noting that buy.gameS was also purchased recently, suggesting that someone is getting ready to start a games website […]

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Sedo weekly sales led by Buy.Game

Sedo released their weekly sales and Buy.Game led the way at $29,999. This was not a registry sale, a Chinese registrant registered it in 2016. There is another sale mentioned on Namebio at $8,880 Lads.com was the top .com sale at 22,999 Euros, ($26,200). Seems cheap in my opinion. 36 .com sales 22 cctld sales […]

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Sedo weekly sales led by DuoBank.com

Sedo released their weekly sales and DuoBank.com was the top sale at 30,000 GBP, ($39,197). Sail.me sold for $21,500 a great sale for an extension that has not been doing much in the way of big sales for a few years. LangKawi.com also sold for $21,500. 37 .com sales 21 cctld sales 4 other tld […]

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A baker’s dozen end user domain name sales

A healthcare investment company, a Swedish auto parts manufacturer and a seller of “flight cases” bought domain names. This week we have a baker’s dozen end user sales that transacted on the Sedo marketplace and Sedo MLS, including a good list of country code domains (and even a new TLD). You can view previous lists […]

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