Sedo released their weekly domain name sales and HolyGround.com led the way at $60,000. Flow.me was close behind at 48,000 Euro, ($58,195). MusicMarket.com was third at $44,000.49 .com sales16 cctld sales3 other tld salesTop 3 highlights of public SedoMLS sales are:timebase.com at 9,950 USDfrontdoorhealth.com at 5,799 USDneulabs.com at 5,000 USDDomain nameDatePriceCurrency.COMsholyground.com01/15/202160,000USDmusicmarket.com01/12/202144,000USDfishinggear.
Riz from EmpireNames.com sold Newz.com for $70,000 in December. He had purchased it just three months before for $15,500. Riz mentioned he did so with the help of Epik's Rob Monster.The buyer is Contents.com out of Milano MI, ITALY.They own several websites around the world. They also are involved in technology and tools for publishing. They operate on Contents.com and Contents.media.A brief historyWe were founded as a digital publisher in 2017: the passion for communication ha
Web.com released December 2020 sales for NameJet/SnapnamesTop NameJet Sale: huodong.com $35,001Top SnapNames Sale: fakeid.com $17,000NameJet had 13 domains sell over $10KSnapNames had 3 domains sell over $10KNameJethuodong.com $35,001wonderment.com $25,3882goldcurrency.com $25,166width.com $25,000fiancee.com $23,000covcare.com $16,756derms.com $16,621firstmark.com $16,602esourceresearch.org $14,000henryjames.com $12,500megawin.com $11,611i-cias.com $11,027luminescence.com $9,138s
Sedo released their weekly domain name sales and FaceYoga.com led the way at 55,000 GBP, ($74,855). You can read more about FaceYoga.HostGrid.com was second at 23,550 GBP, ($32,187). Third is a Japanese name, ????.com it looks like it means Shiro Gohan or White Rice. It sold for 22,000 Euro, ($26,849).45 .com sales21 cctld sales13 other tld salesTop 3 highlights of public SedoMLS sales are:dogecoin.org at 13,700 USDlibaixiao.net at 12,400 USDtitantools.com at
Disclaimer: This post is for adults only, should not be read around children or at work, the subject of the article deals in words many will find offensive or possibly be triggered by.With social networks censoring being in the spotlight this week. Someone asked about hate related domain names eventually being shut down.On Namepros @Jeffrey asked, Will Registrars ban or delete 'hate' domain names in the future?Now almost 4 years ago I wrote about the NAACP failing to renew one of
Epik provided an update on their termination from Afternic Fast Transfer. In the blog post Epik gives some insight into what factors played a part in the decision from their view.From the postWe believe there were several factors involved, including our reports of repeated Afternic security issues with their platform harming both registrars and domain investors who trusted them. Instead of handling it graciously and truthfully, they issued a letter to Epik stating they would simply ter