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October 16, 2018 13:05

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11 more end user domain name sales

A clothing Designer, a project management company and a discount travel site bought domain names last week. This week we have a rarity: a .net domain name was the second highest sale among end user sales I found at Sedo. Mahjong.net sold for $10K. That and B13.com were the only 5-figure sales from last week that […]

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15 more end user sales up to $25K

Several web design and development companies, a personal finance service provider, a British boutique law firm and a healthcare service comparison tool bought domain names last week. It was a solid week for end user domain sales as Sedo. Sudden.com was the top end user sale this week (that I could identify) at nearly $25K, but […]

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11 recent end user domain name sales

A software company, chatbot customer service tech company and padlock maker bought domain names. DNW readers tell me they get a lot of value out of the end user domain sales lists. Unfortunately, these are going to be much harder to create with obscured Whois records. It can still be done, but I’ll have to […]

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End user domain name sales including a $60k .bio sale

Take a look at these strong end user domain name sales. Sedo had a strong week for end user domain name sales including a huge new TLD sale: My.bio for €49,900, which is about $60,000 USD. The company also had a three-character .com end user sale, a couple of cryptocurrency related sales and more. Here’s […]

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19 end user domain sales up to $55,000

Here are some of the domain names that end users bought at Sedo over the past week. Sedo’s public sales over the past week were led by SysAdmin.com, which sold for $55,000 and now forwards to SysAdmin.ru. Other sales include a brand name purchase by an anti-fatigue mat maker, a tech company that uses .cn […]

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More end user domain name sales at Sedo: Tires, networking, blockchain and more

A business networking platform, blockchain company and tire company bought domain names. Coffee is for closers, and Sedo closed a nice sale of Closers.com this week at $50,000. The seller was David Wieland, who also recently put Austin.com on the block. It looks like he acquired Closers.com in late 2012 for $32,000. That’s an annualized […]

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17 end user domain name sales up to $500,000

Crypto domain names and more. Sedo’s end user sales this week were headlined by a $500,000 sale. Although the buyer isn’t known yet, it is likely in the cryptocurrency space and almost certainly in finance. Speaking of cryptocurrency, Crypto.club exchanged hands for $10,000. Here’s a list of some of the end user domain name sales […]

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25 end user domain name sales including three big non-.Com domains

A big week for end user domain name sales including non-.com domains. This week’s end user domain name sales list is notable not only because of its size but also because the first three domain names aren’t .com. There’s a .org sale I previously wrote about, a .co and a .ventures. Two of the three […]

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Domain names Amazon and other end users bought

Huge companies buy domain names along with cryptocurrency companies. Two very large companies made domain name purchases at Sedo over the past week. Amazon.com bought a generic and Statoil, a $74 billion market cap energy company, bought a domain corresponding to one of its projects. Of course, there were lots of cryptocurrency related purchases as […]

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22 end user domain name sales including .io, .us and .org

Companies bought country code domains plus many good .com names. RaiBlocks rebranded as Nano and bought Nano.org for £10,000. Sedo had a good sales week with some notable sales in country code domains. Its top reported sale was CarStore.com at $82,500, but that domain is still in escrow. There are lots of businesses with this […]

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