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BDC.com closes at $92,000

BDC.com closed at $92,000 after expiring at Enom. Originally owned by BDC Financial, Inc., a private equity investment business based in Boston, MA. On June 1, 2004, Bear Stearns Asset Management Inc. (BSAM), a separate and wholly-owned subsiduary of The Bear Stearns Companies, Inc., acquired them. Congrats to K.J.Haroon Basha who came closest to the […]

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RocketHub former crowdfunding platform sees domain expire with a solid link profile

RocketHub was an online crowdfunding platform launched in 2010, according to Wikipedia they were the first crowdfunding platform to partner with network television. On April 15, 2015, RocketHub was acquired by EFactor Group, an online resource center for entrepreneurs. The acquisition deal was valued at US$15M. The domain name RocketHub.com expired and closed at $51,500 […]

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Purchased for $20,000 in 2015 Zyber.com left to expire (closes at $10,250)

Zyber.com was purchased back in 2015 at Uniregistry for $20,000. The domain name was left to expire and closed at a little more than half that purchase price. The closing price at GoDaddy auctions was $10,250. Zyber Provides a ubiquitous secure file sharing solution that can be deployed quickly and easily on any mobile device. […]

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$56K winning bid for eBanking.com is a no pay – Re-Auction time

eBanking.com was left to expire and dropped, caught by DropCatch and closed at $56,939. The domain name was owned by BGL BNP Paribas out of Luxembourg. The name was not paid for and is now being reauctioned. Currently the high bid is $6,100. DropCatch will re-auction their names and had to do it many times […]

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Lsland for $5,400?

For the third time in 5 years Lsland.com has expired and gone to auction at GoDaddy. In 2016 it closed at $510 and then in 2019 it closed at $305. This time around it closed at $5,400. I am thinking someone, somehow thought they were bidding on island.com which would need some zeroes added to […]

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Demat.com closes at $57,000 at GoDaddy

Demat.com closed at $57,000 at GoDaddy on Saturday. Wikipedia states that Demat (short for “dematerialized account”) is an account to hold financial securities (equity or debt) in electronic form. In India, demat accounts are maintained by two depository organisations, National Securities Depository Limited and Central Depository Services Limited. A depository participant, such as a bank, […]

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A lot of quality .co domain names auctioned at GoDaddy the past 3 days

GoDaddy has had a flurry of quality .co domain names expire over the last three days. A lot of these domains seem to have expired at 123-Reg and UK2 Group. Kate.co is the highest close at $8,400, 21 .co domain names have closed at four figures. These may still have time to renew. Each registrar […]

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Beauty Stack raised $4m in 2019 – BeautyStack.com expires at GoDaddy Auctions

Beautystack raised $4,000,000 in a seed round from Audrey Gelman and Index Ventures according to Crunchbase. This was in addition to $1m raised in 2018. Beauty Stack is a London based startup, the registrar is 123-Reg, who is now owned by GoDaddy. The domain name has apparently expired and closed at GoDaddy auctions for $15,750. […]

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