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End user domain name sales up to €32,000

Domain Name Wire: A training company, a small businss app maker, and an IT consultant bought domain names. Sedo’s top public sale this past week was RCV.com for $53,000. The Whois changed into a domain broker’s account before going private...
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Reaching Critical Mass for Gigabit Connections

CircleID: Overall percentage of subscribers provisioned for gigabit speed increased 133% to nearly 5% in the second quarter of 2020. Source: 2Q20 OpenVault Broadband Insights The statistics concerning the number of gigabit fiber customers in the US ar...
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Sedo weekly domain name sales led by RCV.com

TheDomains: Sedo released their weekly domain name sales and RCV.com led the way at $53,000. Tourist.de was second at 32,000 Euro, ($37,792). CultWines.com was third at $25,000. 30 .com sales 15 cctld sales 10 other tld sales Domain name Date Price Cu...
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Amazon sold rights to .box gTLD for $3 million

DomainIncite: Amazon relinquished its rights to the .box gTLD five years ago for $3 million, according to court documents seen by DI. Amazon was one of two applicants for .box, the other being a company called NS1 (that’s the numeral 1; this has...
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Domain appraisal scam now mentions Sedo

Domain Name Wire: If you get one of the emails, just delete it. Heads up — the ever-evolving domain name appraisal scam now tries to draw on the reputation of Sedo. The latest iterations of the scam starts with an email sent through (or apparent...
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AUCTION RECAP OF OCTOBER 26, 2020

Domain Shane: A look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the domain auction list posted on October 26, 2020. If there is an asterisk (*) next to a price, it means that the name was at auction from a private seller (rather th...
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Conflicts Between Uniregistry and Afternic

Domain Investing: Earlier this month, I wrote about how domain names added to Uniregistry were being listed for sale via Afternic. This served as a bit of a warning to people who may have priced a name for a prospective buyer at Uniregistry and now th...
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