Labeled as .app in Domain Selling and Domain Sales started by LAYNESHALE, Jun 8, 2018.
16th spot in terms of what? The table is worthless without the column headers!
.APP takes the #16 spot and gaining momentum rapidly! Heading to top ten imo!
Nambio...only shows 3 domain sales entries for .app extension...in 2018. I am sure there is more but this is all that is shown. Bummer...
I had a $600 offer for Detroit but turned it down. I’m sure there are plenty of private sales already.
$1k offer for 2 word 10L, but turned it down. Another offer for 2 word 8L that I'm in the middle of, but will prob turn down. It's been what, 7 weeks since GA? The future is .app
I can't provide any sources to back up this claim but I estimate that the majority of domain sales go unreported.
Among nTLDs in terms of reg volume.
Please report the finalized sales only.
There are many idiots in the world with even $10K+ offers - and then they disappear...
Roger that. Thought that was somewhat relevant info since people are doubting, and this isn't a sale thread. But then again I guess it is in the sales forum
$1K+ for nTLD is not happening often even per 1word domains...
I recommend you to not reject such offers for your 2word .APPs... if it is not a something ultra like SportsBetting...
App has a future but it is not THE future. It will not unseat king.
What people don't realize is how well .app and .com compliment one another and can work together.
^^ Very true
I totally get that POV, and I could be making a mistake. I have a pretty strong thesis on .app and expect this to be a multi-year or longer investment. In my mind, literally any offer I get right now is undervalued purely based on the fact that there are no benchmarks besides other ntlds. I could end up being wrong, but when looking at the many arguments for why this specific tld could be different, I see an asymmetrical return profile that rarely exists (even in the venture world). To be clear, I do not think it will displace .com, but there are many reasons for why it could become a close #2.
When it comes to new extensions, don't forget that sales often take place in the early days, when hype and excitement is at a climax.
Then interest wanes very rapidly. New extensions are released all the time, so the novelty doesn't last long at all.
Better (or less worse) TLDs are already struggling.
Also, quoting registration numbers for other extensions can be misleading. Some are used almost exclusively by spammers and thus have very few legit registrations.
Watch the huge drops next year.
Can't find another 3 letter nTLD that makes more sense than .app, today and in the future. They will be worth holding on to. IMO
Separate names with a comma.