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Block-Chain.Com Has Been Acquired for $1,000,000

Labeled as sales in Domain Industry News, started by xseoco, May 22, 2018

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  1. -EM-

    -EM- Top Contributor VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Why? If it was as you said, the website should have been face-book.com, while Facebook.com should be the one that redirects.
     
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  2. Michael Ehrhardt

    Michael Ehrhardt Top Contributor VIP Gold Account

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    Micro-Soft.com is forward to Microsoft.com

    Smart company,s use both version

    Domain-King.com and DomainKing.com both are Rick Schwartz

    So we should learn from this lessons

    Block-Chain.com is a smart investment
    Domain with hyphens will rise
    They are smart investments

    They are 🤣
     
  3. Michael Ehrhardt

    Michael Ehrhardt Top Contributor VIP Gold Account

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    You think in English - English is a West Germanic language - don’t you know 🤣❓
     
  4. Kingslayer

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    Nice sale, i wouldn’t say it was a smart investment though. Paying $1 million for any domain is a risk, paying $1 million for a domain that isn’t worth $1 million, isn’t smart at all as it’s highly unlikely they’ll ever recover that $1 million should things not work out, i think it would struggle to sell for low 5 figures personally should it ever go back on the market again.

    Hope the buyer sees something i don’t and it’s worth what they paid to their company.
     
    Last edited: May 24, 2018
  5. Michael Ehrhardt

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    These people are smart

    You will see

    Block-Chain.com is worth 1million in my eyes and it is good for us...🤣
     
  6. Mary Muse

    Mary Muse Restricted (85-100%)

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    Mind you, this was 8 years ago, but FinTech isn't new. The name's current value is a far-cry from this, though..

    fintech.com 4,657 USD 2010-02-10 NameJet
     
    Last edited: May 24, 2018
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  8. maxtra

    maxtra Let's make a deal VIP

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    Congrats to the buyers and seller!
     
  9. Andrew Knox

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    Wow! I'd rather 1,000 4L .coms :xf.wink:
     
  10. Michael Ehrhardt

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    Google detected Blockchain as german and translate it to English as Block Chain🤣🤣🤣

    Love it
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  11. -EM-

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    Cut that crap with all this language thing.
    Germany caused enough problems to this world, so let's not give them so much undeserved attention.
     
  12. Michael Ehrhardt

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    You are funny...
     
  13. -EM-

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    same as you
     
  14. Truespin Domains

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    I assume at these sort of levels they know what they're doing, but on the face of it this seems like a ridiculous price to pay. Firstly, Blockchain in the context of distributed ledgers, is one word. I've never seen it referred to as "block chain", with or without a hyphen.

    I would have been wary paying $10k plus had it popped up on an expired auction.
     
  15. Michael Ehrhardt

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  16. barefoot

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    Satoshi Nakamoto, creator of Bitcoin, wrote it as "block chain" when first describing the concept.
     
  17. Michael Ehrhardt

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    You got it 😊
     
  18. Umesh1

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    Happy for seller, but I have a question, as blockchain.com owner already has TM of it's domain.

    Then how some other website with the same name and same content can run.
    Block-chain.com

    Don't the block-chain.com owner fall under the category of TM issue or copyright issue.

    I M having no hard feelings here , just try to learn this, I ask this question
    Thanks
     
  19. DOMAIN ILLUMINATI

    DOMAIN ILLUMINATI Owner of ▲ the most expensive domain of all time. VIP Gold Account

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    The validityyy of a TM depends (beside on its one or more certain category/ies / class/es also) on the geographical location/s = country/ies for which it got registered.
    Means, the "same" word / pic / … can be registered as TM by someone other if it's registered in / for another (category / class and) country(ies).
    This is not seldom the case, maybe here too.


    Beside this point, I anyway still don't believe that this domain got sold for that price.
    To be honest, I am wondering about those who reallyyy believe it.
     
    Last edited: May 25, 2018
  20. Umesh1

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    now i understood , all points approx, except one, that is what if , they are from

    same geographichal area
    same country
    same class
    same niche
    same category

    then is there will be a TM or copyright issue with it.

    thanks
     
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    Mission-Innovation.net 🤣
     
  22. Umesh1

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    this block-chain.com is sold for 30000$ in sedo, how he is saying for 1million $
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    plz reply anyone.
     
  23. Michael Ehrhardt

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    The buyer sold it !? 😊🤣
     
  24. Umesh1

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    oh thx, u mean to say the person bought it for 1 million $ , sold it for 30000$.
    Am i getting right , this is what ur trying to say.

    thanks
     
  25. SheikhOvais

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    No, it's the other way around.

    Seller purchased it for $30,000 and sold it for $1 million (for what we can see).
     

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