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Cryptocurrency tax company and others bought domains at Uniregistry

No big reported sales, but a good mix of end users. Uniregistry’s top reported sale of the week was only $8,500. Despite a lack of high-ticket purchases, some interesting end users bought domains at Uniregistry. I like Cryptocurrency .tax, which is a service that helps you calculate your taxes on cryptocurrency investments and create the […]

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14 more end user sales

Two cybersecurity companies, a drone maker and a Dutch bicycle brand bought domain names. Several 5-figure sales led this week’s end user sales list from Sedo, including sales to technology companies and startups, such as a new drone-like robotic device that can be directed to interact with objects around it. Here’s a look at some […]

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An in-depth look at NameJet’s sales

Joseph Peterson dives into last month’s sales on Web.com’s aftermarket platforms. Yesterday, I published a quantitative comparison of NameJet sales in December 2019 compared to 2015.  Now let’s look at what sold last month, including both NameJet and SnapNames. The top sale – WeedCenter.org ($23.1k) – is a bit surprising … and in more ways […]

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How NameJet has changed over the past four years

Joseph Peterson returns to write about NameJet. The Chinese market implosion and new expired domain deals have changed the face of NameJet since he last wrote. I stopped writing articles about domains at NameJet for DNW about 4 years ago.  “My how time flies!” would be one reaction.  But some things never change.  Or do […]

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Uniregistry weekly sales led by RentPower.com

Uniregistry released their top 20 sales for the week and  RentPower.com  led the way at $8,500. TheInfinite.com was second at $7,300 and Aadam.com sold for $6,000. This week had 2 non com sales with cryptocurrency.tax  the highest at $3,300.   Here are the Top 20 sales 1. rentpower.com $8,500 2. theinfinite.com $7,300 3. aadam.com $6,000 4. sejour-linguistique.com $5,500 5. hairstraightener.com $5,000 6. greenhousedesigns.com $5,000 7. speedygo.com $5,000 8. ageist.com $5,000 9. equipmentpro.com $5,000 […]

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How to sell domains to China

Consider hiring a broker or using Afternic. China is an attractive place for domain investors. We hear of exciting news of domains sold to Chinese buyers for incredible prices. Naturally, we want to know how we can do the same too and reap a handsome return. In the high end, there have been many multimillion […]

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