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That’s an old domain name at auction

You don’t see a 1990 registration on auction every day. Gradient.com still has 3 days and change left to go. The auction is currently at $31,000. There are 108 bids currently, GoDaddy values the name at $21,736 and Estibot values it at $79,000.  https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/gradient-resources-inc Bid history: Bid Date Bid Expires Bidder Bid Amount 2017/11/15 07:49 […]

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DropCatch responds to Namepros members’ concerns on bidding activity

A thread that started a few days back with regards to bidding discrepancies has picked up steam on Namepros. Namepros member Arca got the thread started with regards to non paying bidders and domains that needed to be re-auctioned. At the heart of the matter was focus on the name CannaMarket.com which has been re-auctioned […]

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Namejet.com Reports $332K In Domain Sales In August 2017

Namejet.com just reported its sales for August 2017. Only sales over $2,000 are included and only domains that were paid for in August are included In all 65 domains made the list. There were three domains that sold between $26K-$28K;  Ditan.com at $27.821; LFN.com at $27,599 and emojis.com at $26,100 In all only 7 domains […]

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GreatDomains auction : Get on the Sedo tour bus

Sponsor: Sedo* GreatDomains is a week-long domain auction by Sedo, and once again it’s a carefully hand-cured selection of domains. Instead of throwing out quantity, Sedo is auctioning off 25 domains that appeal to all tastes and locales. There are LLL .com domains, single character .AT domains popular with Austrians and global entrepreneurs alike, and […]

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Simple question – Are you planning to still do business with NameJet

Obviously the biggest story in domaining this week was NameJet. There was some shady behavior uncovered, there were some that jumped to conclusions that may have proven to be premature or wrong. I tend to agree with Shane Cultra when he said the industry needs NameJet. Now some called for a blackballing of those dealing […]

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