I was told that NFT.ai was acquired in an expiry auction for $100 in August of 2020. It was reportedly resold earlier this month for $105,000. The domain name was bought via Namecheap. Paying $100 for a domain name and selling it for more than $100,000 less than a year later is an eye-watering...
Sedo’s senior broker Dave Evanson recently announced his latest blockbuster sale after successfully closing a $2 million deal for Angel.com.
Evanson only announced Sedo’s exclusive contract to broker Angel.com on March 30, 2021, but it took little time for a buyer to be found.
Have a look into the recent report on transactions:
Here are some highlights from the Q1 2021 report:
$17M in Escrow.com sales.
Liquidation values for the most traded categories.
1,761 disclosed transactions (-28.6%).
Performance comparison with global asset markets, including BTC.
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RetailX.com has been acquired by a currently unknown MarkMonitor client at domain name aftermarket service Afternic for an undisclosed amount.
PTSHealth.com has been acquired by a currently unknown CSC Corporate Domains client. The transaction took place at Sedo and sold for $2,788 with the...
Way back in 2005, the huge social networking website known today as ‘Facebook’ began getting serious and received its first financial investment from PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel. Shortly thereafter, the dorm room social project which began as TheFacebook.com, recognized the need for a shorter...
Here are the latest domain movers detected:
Origami.org has been acquired by Marksmen for a currently unknown client. The domain has been registered since June 2001.
The Howard Hughes Corporation has acquired DiscoverHow.com out of GoDaddy’s NameFind portfolio. Great name and worth whatever...
The domain name iPets.com closed at $12,777 on NameJet on Friday. This was the top close across all platforms on Friday according to Namebio.
While some might think wow nice price! The domain actually sold for much more back in 2008. iPets.com sold for $75,000 on Afternic.
The domain name Purple.com was sold for $900,000 in 2017.
The sales price was reported in a SEC filing from PURPLE INNOVATION, LLC. (Note 5, Page 14)
Purple Innovation is an American comfort technology company based in Alpine, Utah, USA. It specializes in the direct-to-consumer sale of...
Pet hygiene company, ad optimizer andtobaccoo machinery companies bought domain names.
Sunday evening at SXSW I chatted with a few people from Sweden. After I told them what I did, I asked them what top level domain people in Sweden register.
Garbuio.com €45,000 – Garbuio Dickinson is a...
MapleDots said they will be re-branding the domain as a Canadian Domain Re-seller.
This would be a top 50 all time sale in .ca according to Namebio.
Red.com manufactures digital cinematography and photography cameras and accessories.
The buyer said that he purchased the name for $20,000
It’s no secret that the eSports market is one fire right now. In fact, eSports is growing faster than either the movie or music industry (source) and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. In 2017 the eSports did close to $700M in revenue and reached an audience of 385M (source)...
NameJet released their February sales including NamesCon results. Super.com becomes the largest sale in the history of NameJet at $1.2 million.
Great.com came in second at $900,000 and Runner.com was third at $69,000. Adam Strong looks to be the buyer of Runner.com.
Complete list of sales here
Namejet released it’s January 2018 domain name auctions report that includes many 1-word and 2-word domains and a few numerics.
Namejet sold 103 (141 domains in December) domains in January for a total of $459,009 ($859,043 in December).
Namejet only reports domains that were sold for $2,000...