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September 18, 2019 07:41

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Booth report : #Domains acquired and sold by the #BQDN founder recently

The youngest of the Booth Brothers, James Booth, is the founder of BQDN, a domain brokerage firm in Asia. The ever-busy domain investor recently celebrated his 30th birthday in style, and announced the acquisition of premium domains: Aphrodite.com – a domain registered in 1995 Extend.com – a domain registered in 1995, and a former asset […]

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#Pyramid .com : 29th oldest .com #domain gets sold in deal brokered by BQDN

Pyramid.com, the 29th oldest .com domain name ever to be registered, has changed hands. The sale was facilitated by the Buy Quality Domain Names brokerage (BQDN.) Said James Booth, founder of BQDN.com on social media platforms: Successfully Sold : Pyramid.com The 29th registered domain name. Congratulations to buyer and seller! The domain Pyramid.com is remarkably […]

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James Booth : Latest #domain acquisitions and sales

James Booth, founder of the domain brokerage firm, BQDN.com, shared some information on recent domain sales and acquisitions. After acquiring Guava.com from domain investor, Elliot Silver, James Booth announced that the domain has been sold. That’s a record flip, as the domain appears to have been resold in less than 10 days! In other sales, […]

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Alert : ADE.com is a stolen #domain, says KLA Tencor CEO

The domain name ADE.com has been stolen, and the legitimate owners, KLA Tencor, are in the process of recovering it. Mr. Scott A. Andrews, CEO of KLA Tencor, declared the premium domain asset as stolen. KLA Tencor is the original registrant of the domain, via its previous name, ADE Corporation in Massachusetts. According to information […]

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CQD.com : #Domain no longer stolen, returned to owner

CQD.com, a domain that was stolen from its owner by a scammer impersonating them, then sold to BQDN.com founder, James Booth, has been returned. James Booth announced that CQD.com has been returned to its original owner, Rebecca Burns of ComQuest Designs. ” CQD.com has been pushed back to Rebecca. We now consider this matter closed. […]

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Quick #domain flip : #Racoon .com moves to #BQDN in Dubai

Racoon.com is gone, and that was a quick domain flip by Media Options, if ever there was one! After snagging this aged beauty – some say, alternate spelling – of an insanely fun and intelligent animal, Drew Rosener’s company offloaded the domain to BQDN.com. James Booth, founder of BQDN.com, added this domain to an expanding […]

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CQD.com #domain drama continues : Previous owner claims #domain was stolen

Rebecca J. Burns, previous owner of the domain CQD.com and founder of ComQuest Designs, has come forward in social media, claiming that her domain was stolen. A few days ago, we were informed that CQD.com was taken away from domain investor, James Booth, who said he paid $26,000 dollars to acquire it. The story so […]

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Stolen #domain CQD.com listed for sale on #Afternic

Update #3: James Booth told us that the domain CQD.com was returned to his possession by the legal department of Web.com, mother company of Network Solutions. Update #2: James Booth clarified that the transaction occurred outside of Afternic, after he was contacted from a CQD.com email address. The seller was verified by Escrow.com. The domain […]

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Do a 380 : James Booth performs a pair of major #domain transactions

Domain broker, James Booth, lives currently Down Under; the British expat and founder of BDQN.com likes to work hard and party hard. Skydiving is risky, especially when there are two major domain transactions to be completed. Still, James Booth pulled everything off nicely, including the tandem jump. So what are the two major transactions James […]

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Bots for domains : NameJet “shilling scandal” fizzling out

The alleged “domain shilling scandal” identifying an active group of NameJet sellers and bidders as “shillers,” shows signs of fizzling out. Domain auction platform, NameJet, has yet to come up with an official final statement about their investigation; meanwhile, three parties involved have stated their side of the story, among more than 40 pages of […]

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