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November 22, 2017 01:45

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Kickstarter launches Patreon rival on .RIP domain hack

They’re deadly serious. Crowdfunding service Kickstarter has relaunched its Drip subscriptions service on a .rip domain. It’s a domain hack using a single-character domain: d.rip. It’s actually a case of a migration away from a .com domain, which is not something you see every day from a major online brand. Drip was acquired by Kickstarter […]

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Josh Metnick sells BTC.exchange for $12,500

Josh Metnick has been on a roll when it comes to new gtld sales. A few weeks back Josh emailed me on the sales of Coin.exchange and Coins.exchange both at $5,000 to separate buyers. He also sold Crypto.media for $1,800 (payment in Bitcoin). Well now Josh has sold the following: BTC.Exchange for $12,500 Chicago.bio for […]

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Sedo weekly sales led by the 6 figure sale of Mommy.com

Sedo released their weekly sales and Mommy.com led the way at $100,000. Great name, registered in 1997. Developed site up, their Twitter page says: Mommy.com  is a portal meant for modern women who live in a perpetually changing world. They joined Twitter in June 2017. NaturalBeauty.com I wrote about last week on TLDinvestors.com. The seller […]

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What I learned from looking at inbound offers on my domains earlier this year

Below is a screenshot of the inbound offers I received on my domains parked at DomainNameSales.com for the month of May. I currently have my domains parked between DomainNameSales.com, Efty and Afternic. As most of my readers know, I don’t make millions with domain names, instead I sell between 0 – 2 domains a month. […]

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List your best brandable name for sale

This post should be used to sell a name where you are making some money with no commission, and leave a little for the next buyer. So this post is for the best brandable.com name you are willing to sell right now. 1 name listed only. There have been a few who have tried to […]

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Friday fun : The dot .com frenzy is far from over

Dominic Frisby is MoneyWeek’s commentator on gold and commodities, and a private investor, focusing on junior mining companies. In an article about domain names, titled “The dotcom frenzy is far from over,” Frisby is challenging investors to “Spot the next big trend, nab the “.com” first and you could make millions for just $10.” It’s […]

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Jay Westerdal buys Vanity.com for $340,000

Domain name was part of a bankruptcy auction. Domain investor and DomainTools founder Jay Westerdal has acquired the domain names Vanity.com, Vanity.net and the Vanity.com® trademark in a Chapter 11 bankruptcy auction. The auction was for assets of Vanity Shop of Grand Forks, Inc. and the court has approved the sale. Westerdal bid $340,000 in […]

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13 recent end user domain name sales

From 247ai.com to Yoss.net, here are domain names that end users bought this week. When a new company or brand launches, one of the key but often last-minute checklist items is to obtain the relevant domain names. There are two acquisitions on this week’s list that are examples of this. A company called 247 rebranded as […]

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Sedo weekly sales led by Pleam.com

Sedo released their weekly sales and Pleam.com topped the list at 20,000 Euros ($23,521). 42.com sales 13 cctld sales 4 other gtld sales Crypto360.com sold for $9,895 and Bitcoin-Price.com sold for $4,800. Looks like Bitcoin-Price.com was picked up at Snapnames in June for a quick flip on Sedo. Love.bet sold for $6,999. Two names ending […]

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Sell your best 4L.com priced at $5,000 or less

This post is about 4L.coms and 4L.coms only. Post the best 4L.com you are willing to sell right now with a $5,000 max price. 1 name listed only. There have been a few who have tried to post more names using a different email address/name same IP all submissions will be deleted if caught. Names […]

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