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Detected: Anything.com Sells OBN.com; Did Future Media Architects Sell Behave.com?

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    Detected Domains is an ongoing series in which we use DomainIQ's monitoring tools to follow the latest purchases and sales from some of the leading names in the domain name industry. In this edition, we take a look at sales from the likes of @Mike Mann, Andrew Rosener and Anything.com.


    A client of Chinese brokerage firm 62.com acquired the domain 626.com in mid-July.

    The domain name Psychic.com moved into Escrow.com’s holding account, signifying a sale.

    Elliot Silver (@EJS) looks to have sold the domain name Exclaim.com after the name moved under privacy protection. Elliot also acquired WRDA.com.

    Garry Chernoff purchased ClearYourMind.com from the DropCatch platform for $1,038.

    @Reflex Publishing sold the domain name Standup.com. The domain now points to a Comedy Central page promoting standup comedy.

    As reported on DomainInvesting.com, Aron Meystedt (@Napkin.com) acquired OC.com.

    Future Media Architects looks to have sold the one-word domain name Behave.com as the name has moved under WHOIS privacy at @Uniregistry.

    @Rick Schwartz recently dropped over two-hundred domains, which are all new gTLD’s. The names include complaints.ninja, asap.florist and 24hour.training.

    Anything.com sold OBN.com after the transaction closed using legal firm ESQwire. The domain doesn’t resolve but according to DomainIQ, the new owner is based in Abu Dhabi.

    Mike Berkens (@TheDomains) purchased HipHopping.com at NameJet for $350.

    Andrew Rosener looks to have sold the domain NU.DE after the name moved into an escrow account at Escrow.domains. The domain is currently redirecting to the homepage for a smartphone app called Nude.

    Mike Mann published details of two recent sales. The first sale is GrowthAlliance.com, which was acquired by Renaissance Learning Inc for $24,888. The second is SnatchAndGrab.com, sold to Recovery Addiction Services for $9,888.


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  6. Kate

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    Knowing the caliber of some of those sellers, the price for some of those domains must have been substantial.
     
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    Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Ye! Thanks for this once gain as usual.

    Those domains worth dropping truly IMO. It true that every domainers has pigeon rubbish in their portfolio.
     
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    Thanks for posting a detailed guide on this. This is really helpful.
     
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    Great Post having detail explanation, very useful
     
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