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April 25, 2019 23:50

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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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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 Cologne Carnival : Photos from the corporate party!

It’s carnival time in most of Europe, and particularly in Germany where Sedo is headquartered. Celebrated at the beginning of March, southern Germany’s Fasching Carnival is known for having a dark side that dates back to medieval times. It complements the traditional Karneval that takes place before the forty day long Lent. Sedo sent us […]

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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 sales report : #Domain names sold between 2/18/2019 – 2/24/2019 topped by Buy.Game

Welcome to the latest edition of reporting on the Sedo domain sales; this time we cover the days spanning February 18th, 2019 – February 24th, 2019. This information has been provided by Sedo.com, sponsors of DomainGang. As a side note, GreatDomain auctions at Sedo are now bi-monthly. This report contains 3 domains sold in the […]

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Seven with #Sedo : #GreatDomains auctions for the week of February 21 – 28, 2019

Sedo, a DomainGang sponsor, is auctioning off select domain names via its GreatDomains event. The domain auction event is now bi-monthly, and by spacing the online auctions two months apart, Sedo ensures that a higher quality of domains is submitted by its users. The current event takes place from February 21st until the 28th, featuring […]

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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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Seven with #Sedo : Four letter .com auction with plenty of quality #domain names

Sedo, a DomainGang sponsor, is having an LLLL .com domain auction that begins tomorrow. Those quality 4L .com domains are still sought after, and not just by the Chinese domain buyers. Short domains can be acronyms for businesses, and offer catchy shortcuts to a rather long business name, or become brands in their own right. […]

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