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End user domain sales up to $2 million

A movie studio, a sales automation platform, and a collections agency bought domain names. Sedo’s blockbuster sale of Angel.com leads its end user sales list this week. The second-highest sale at Sedo this week was 1of1.com. I can’t figure out who bought it, but my guess would be an NFT art site. Here’s a list […]

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Second Time Around for RetirementBenefits.com, iLA.net and more

Here is a look at some recent transactions where the domain name sold for the second time. These are comprised of .coms, .to and .net. It looks like GoDaddy/Namefind let RetirementBenefits.com expire and someone else got it and parked it at Bodis. BuyDomains made a nice flip on WorldwideWings.com. Name Latest transaction Previous Transaction Price […]

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Auction.io becomes third 6 figure .io sale of all time – Which was the best buy?

The sales keep coming for .io as now the third 6 figure sale took place this year. Auction.io was sold for $100,000 at Park.io. This looks to be another gem sold by one of Mike Carson’s companies. Currently it just shows a Park.io lander. With Metaverse.io at $175,000 and Meta.io at $100,000 which was the […]

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GolfXR.com flipped by Namepros member from $100 to $15,000 in 10 months

The XR thread at Namepros is one of the more active. Back in 2019 Wired published a primer article on the topic. “XR does not refer to any specific technology. It’s a bucket for all of the realities.” Jim Malcolm, HumanEyes. Basically it’s an umbrella term for mixed realities. MyXR.com sold for $17,000 in 2017. […]

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