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Liquid Domain Market Overview for Q3 Sales up almost double

Giuseppe Graziano published the Liquid Domains Market Overview for Q3 2018. According to the report volumes were up almost double to $9.2 million. From the report In Q3 the total volume of disclosed sales almost doubled from $5.4M to $9.2M. We also registered a 50% increase in the volume of escrow.com sales, which jumped from […]

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Liquid domains did not have a good second quarter according to report

Giuseppe Graziano released his LXDO liquid domains market report for the second quarter. As GDPR takes effect, Escrow.com reports the lowest volume of sales since the start of LXDO. Giuseppe commented that the median values of disclosed transactions also recorded very large decreases in almost all categories. This calls for caution in view of the […]
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QM.net sells at Namepros

A couple weeks ago I wrote about QM.net being put up for auction on Namepros. You don’t see a valuable, liquid name such as a 2L.net be put up with a $1 start, no reserve. The auction started on July 29, so it took two weeks to close but the auction closed at $13,777 and […]
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Will this arbitrage play net a big profit?

It looks like NMD.com sold on GoDaddy for $15,000 according to a poster at Namepros. This was a buy it now so I don’t think Namebio picked up the data. The domain was registered at Network Solutions since 1995. The domain had been under privacy for many years, the nameservers however have not changed. The […]
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If you are looking to sell your 3L.coms cheap this guy will help

From the get your comedy at Namepros instead of ComedyCentral.com or FunnyorDie.com file, there is a domains wanted thread that you would think was a prank, but it’s not. $$$$ INSTANT SALES COME AND SELL 4L $130 3L $400 Now of course anyone can set whatever budget they like, but I don’t think newcomers understand […]
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