Labeled as sales in Domain Industry News started by xseoco, May 22, 2018.
Here the facts again
How is sanfran-Cisco.com?
It is on Namejet auction☺️
SanFran-cisco.com looks good to me...
So in some threads you endorse hyphens but in this one you don't yet you like Sanfran-cisco ?? Do a google search and you will see the results for sanfran cisco comeback as San Francisco. I have never seen Sanfran-cisco used before. Some names are not meant to bastardised by hyphens
I like Wallet-Mobile.org 🙏
Interesting that it can sell for so much with the hyphen!
(now to buy b-l-o-c-k-c-h-a-i-n.com )
try even b-i-t-c-o-i-n.com 🚀
Why not Cryp-2.com ?
Crazy acquisition – great news for everyone with blockchain domains
And hyphen domains ...
BLOCK-CHAIN.COM last sold for $30,000 on 2018-01-05 at Sedo
Blockchain is the future, that's why I acquired BeingSatoshi.com to sell later for profit and I believe soon this will be a brand in crypto space.
Since the sale of Block-Chain.com, I have seen more traffic to my Blockchain domains BlockChainDU.com for Dubia, Blockchainioc.com and Blockchaindll.com.
Has the amount been verified yet? Still struggling to believe this. TheBlockchain.com is a superior domain name to Block-Chain.com and that is why I don't believe they paid 1 million for this. Not at all.
I also find it hard to believe, but you know what they say about domaining, anything can happen---anything.
I guess my domain is Worth at least $1,000..
i love my new domain
Dubai is the Future City of BlockChain
I'm with you. Doesn't feel right.
Michael congrats on the new domain name, love it!. Dubai is the future of blockchain, I do business there and they are motivated to be the leader of blockchain. I own BlockChainDU.com -- DU for Dubai.
I read a group of Bitcoin investors put the money together in BTC. They did not care so much of cost or cared of what a domain value was, age etc. It is one of those transactions, they want it they get it. Domaining in Crypto is supply and demand.
A group of investors not knowing or caring about the value of an asset they're planning to acquire? Makes no sense. They are not investors in that case.
This domain would have been readily available at an inflated end user price of around $50k imo. So 1 mil? Nope, I don't believe it.
If I'm proven wrong I'll be astounded.
Did you read that on NamePros? There was someone here who was purely speculating that's what happened, based on no actual evidence as far as I could tell.
Here is a test
BEAMAN is one word or three ❓
Separate names with a comma.