No man! This is the right thread for the person who sold blockchain.life for $81 :-/
I would buy this domain for $500... or even for $1000...
I know that the overwhelming amount of traffic comes to my domains due to the fact that someone mistakenly puts the dot between words, when...
I don't know how they find my domains, I think they just type it in the browser.
Last one, just 2 hours ago...
I always replied to them... that's why it shows: "Awaiting Response"
"We are waiting for the Buyer to respond to our message."
And I think that...
All these offers are original! All these offers are initial offers, as these were the minimum offers that the buyer could make.
I got this BS almost everyday! :-, And most of them are NOT [email protected] addresses.
most of them are real end users... not spam.
@Premiums Don't lie!
Is this your domain?
cryptoworld.com also wasn't worth much until it was sold for $195,000, just $15 in 2011.
I'll see what you say if I sell Crypto.Life at least for...
I have both at once, in one hand:
...and I'm NOT: Ph.D in Computer Science... research scientist... a numismatist,...
I only tried a few times to send emails and received only small offers of $100-$150...
Better to wait and you'll get more money without effort....
Yes all of them inbound, I already realize that writing emails to potential buyers is a waste of time.
I'm selling about two every week.
But these are low-quality domains, which I got for $1.99 - $3.88 last year or year ago,
all of them were...
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