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Sedo released their weekly sales and OneHome.com led the way at $70,000. Quaestor.com was second at $26,000. nutztierhaltung.de was third at 22,000 Euros, ($24,409). 35 .com sales 20 cctld sales 5 other tld sales CrowdFunded.com at $2,500 nice buy .Org dominated other tld sales with Can.org leading a trio of sales at $20,000. Domain name […]
Richard Dynas started a thread on Namepros about his dissatisfaction with Afternic’s Fast Transfer. Other posters pointed out that fast transfer does not = fast payment. While I always knew that, I think many forget that platforms take the risk of fraud and have to spend the time to make sure funds are good as […]
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The top posts of November 2019 on TheDomains November had a lot of action whether it was .org or the Namepros/Buckley matter. GetSupply.com rebranding to Supply.co brought about a lot of discussion. Looking back at November our top story traffic wise was about OK Boomer, the meme that has sparked a lot of domain registrations. […]
On this day back in 2015 Michael Berkens announced that he sold the majority of his portfolio to GoDaddy. (171 comments). At the time Michael could not give numbers but after things settled the numbers came out, DomainInvesting.com covered the purchase price of $35.5 Million. The credit goes to George Kirikos: According to a series […]
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