In this week's Top Topics, we learn about one domain investor's attempt to acquire a one-word domain name for $100,000. Elsewhere, a domainer is looking for advice on how to spend $8,000 to get the best return on investment and we also learn about the $6,500 sale of a crypto domain name that was registered just over fifty days ago. Here are this week's Top Topics. How Do You Spend $8,000 on Domains? Buying domain names isn't the difficult part, it's selling them. How do you choose the right domain names to acquire in order to maximise your return on investment? This domain investor has an $8,000 budget to spend on names. How should they spend that money? Which niches will give them their best return? In this discussion, there are several useful responses. If you're in a similar position, this may give you something to think about. Topic by: @Anjani I Sold CoinDecentralized.com for $6,500 Crypto domain names have been a popular source of investment for the past year or so. We've seen many high-value transactions including Mike Mann's $195,000 CryptoWorld.com sale. In an impressive feat, this domainer has sold CoinDecentralized.com for $6,500. That on its own isn't impressive, but when the domain is just over fifty days old with an original acquisition price of around $7, it becomes newsworthy. The details of the sale are in this discussion. As of writing, the domain hasn't been put to use. Topic by: @Pazu The New Estibot is Live! The popular, well-established domaining tool Estibot had the same design for many years, until recently when a new sleek beta version was released. This week, the new version has been deployed on Estibot.com and includes a much-needed mobile-friendly design. With the new design also comes the ability to appraise five domains per day for free. Previously, there was a one domain limit. What do you think of the new Estibot? Topic by: @MetBob Was Marshmallow.com a Bargain? An eagle-eyed investor noticed that the domain name Marshmallow.com sold at Sedo for $12,500. Was this a bargain price? In this discussion along with a poll, domainers have been talking about the name and its value. Many believe that the name was undersold, whilst some maintain that the word "marshmallow" is often misspelt. What do you think about this sale? Topic by: @Crysis My $100,000 Maple.com Acquisition Attempt Domain investor @MapleDots has successfully acquired a number of premium domains recently including Red.ca, Perfect.ca and DN.ca. However, one name they missed out on is Maple.com. The name is owned by former New York-based delivery company Maple, which closed in 2017. The investor opted to move on from Maple.com in order to acquire several .CA properties. How much do you think that Maple.com is worth? Should the owners have sold it for $100,000? Topic by: @MapleDots Top Topics of the Week is a blog series featuring the most popular discussions and content within the domain community. Tune in weekly to see what’s trending!