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What domain names Goldman Sachs and others bought this week

Goldman Sachs among companies that bought domain names through Sedo over the past week. The top public sale at domain name marketplace Sedo over the past week was for Piech.com. The buyer is using whois privacy but has already uploaded a logo for its new venture. It will be interesting to see what they do […]

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Sedo weekly sales led by Piech.com at $79,000

Sedo reported weekly sales and Piech.com was the top sale at $79,000. SeaCapital.com sold for $49,000, capital continues to sell well as a keyword. There were only two non .com gtld sales, Carts.net sold for $9,850. Domain name Price Currency .COMs piech.com 79,000 USD seacapital.com 49,000 USD rootless.com 13,800 USD starface.com 10,000 EUR diginut.com 9,000 […]

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Sale completed, 5111.com moves to Hong Kong

Well it looks like GoDaddy cashed their winning ticket and collected $218,000 for 5111.com. Many were convinced the domain would be renewed and the owner was just seeking a real world appraisal. Someone emailed me Saturday about the whois not updating and pondered if the domain got renewed. Well the whois has now updated and […]
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Domain blast : Future Media Architects sold Impact.com

Future Media Architects has one of the most sought-after domain portfolios; the brainchild of domain investor Thunayan K. AL-Ghanim (Elequa) is top notch. Gone are the days that Elequa wouldn’t part ways with any of his premium domains. In recent months, FMA has been liquidating its 4L .com domains, particularly those that are “Chinese premium” […]

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Would you turn down $200,000 because of an NDA ?

So a posted on Namepros @MapleDots, made an interesting post about NDA’s and sales confidentiality. The initial post: Confidentiality Sucks I have had 3 big sales at 75k each and in each case I signed a confidentiality clause which prohibited me from talking about the domain. In retrospect I find this really hampers my domaining […]
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