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May reported new gtld sales led by Pop.shop

There were 90 reported new gtld sales at Namebio in May. This was up from 58 reported sales in April. Total sales were up in May at $157,000 vs $125,000 April 2020. Pop.shop was the top sale at $28,650. Average sales price $1,744 down from  $2,154. .Cl...
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Verisign DNIB Q1 2020 (Registrations up 1.2% compared to Q4 2019)

Verisign released their Domain Name Industry Brief for Q1 2020. From the looks of the report it was a good quarter for new gtlds. An increase of 3 million registrations over Q4 2019. NEW GTLD DETAIL Total new gTLDs (ngTLDs) domain name registrations were 32.3 million at the end of the first quarter of 2020, […]

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Is it time for Domain Aftermarkets to clean house?

Since the severity of the Covid-19 pandemic ramped up certain players in the industry have cracked down on covid and corona related domain names. March 26 – DAN (an advertising partner here) tweeted that they would be removing all coronavirus related domain names. Namecheap announced and reported upon by The Verge: That it would no […]

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KPH.com from $5,316 to $24,999 – Allhvacinfo.com much lower second time around

Domain names sales for May 18, 2020 that transacted for the second time around. Sometimes it’s as simple as the name expired and it’s not an end user buying but rather a domain investor. Sometimes it is a sale to another end user. Other times the name even though expired is a bit more trendy […]

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