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Big Domain Sales Continue to Burn Up the Charts: 7-Figure Bell Rings Again and 10 Hit 6 Figures

Labeled as sales in Domain Industry News, started by Ron Jackson, Jul 8, 2021

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  1. Ron Jackson

    Ron Jackson Top Member DNJournal.com PRO VIP ICA Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    The new bi-weekly domain sales report is out at DNJournal.com. Big domain sales continue to bust out all over. Two weeks ago I was impressed to see a 7-figure sale and five at 6-figures on the leaderboard. Turns out that was just a tune-up. In the new bi-weekly report there is another 7-figure sale and the number of 6-figure sales DOUBLED to ten. One of the latter was one of the year’s five biggest ccTLD sales to date. We also saw the second biggest non .com gTLD sale reported so far in 2021.You can get all of the details here https://www.dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2021/20210721.htm
     
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    xcloud123 Established Member

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    WeShare.com ?
    or weshare.org?

     
  3. mr-x

    mr-x Top Contributor VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Most surprising: 280K for WeShare.com

    Another great .me sale, notes.me for 15k
     
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  4. Crysis

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    It's WeShare.org
     
  5. Mister Funsky

    Mister Funsky Top Contributor VIP

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    My favorite from the good old days...I still have a crooked nose.

    TheFightClub.com $60,000 GoDaddy
     
  6. clarkemarketing

    clarkemarketing Top Contributor VIP

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    Wow, domain sales are through the roof!!! Imagine selling a domain for $57,250 and you don't even make the weekly Top 20 list lol. It seems like the insane auction prices of recent are somewhat justified given all these massive end user sales... at this point, I don't see how auction prices won't continue to skyrocket.
     

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