Labeled as discuss in Domain Buying and Selling Discussion, started by TheBuyerz, Nov 27, 2020
First time that I heard the term Bullish
doesn’t make any sense to me 🤣
Great sale! Wonder if they'd want my typo of it... Bullesh(.com).
I saw this on LinkedIn, might be the buyer of bullish. com. Site still not working the moment I check.
I already checked around 4 profiles on Linkedin, and this one was one of them ... the creation date changed my mind but it is possible where it is possible also that he is the actual seller of the domain name.
Thanks for reporting that.
It's listed on GoDaddy with Min Offer $200K
It appears that the buyer of Voice.com ($30 million) is who bought this.
If they launch the site soon, as expected, that will be confirmed.
bullish*co sold for $2,900 according Govalue.
Goldish*com is taken
Silverish*com is taken
I am own a Platinumish.com
In general, I'd say low value. "bullish" is a common phrase in finance. Never once heard someone say "goldish/silverish/platinumish"
Probably you are not a native speaker - ish is a suffix..
Good sale - would be a great fit for trading/stock market related.
I'm a native speaker. Try the following:
Google search "bullish" (with quotation marks). You'll see 31,700,000 results.
Now try "goldish" (again with quotes). 914,000 results.
"platinumish"? 560 results.
The precious metals industry is established, as opposed to developing. If you sell this name within three years, I anticipate it will be to a domainer and not an end user.
iish wouldish haveish toish agreeish withish theish previousish posterish inish thatish platinimumish isish notish somethingish peopleish useish inish everydayish usageish evenish thoughish ishish isish aish suffixish
namepros.com on the first results for Bullish.com searches.
The domain is not resolving yet.
and I am own a hyphenated version of bullish
Bullish.com listed on DAN for $25k wtf guys? Fake or not?
sounds like a bullish price...
Seems block.one was behind this purchase:
The one who bought voice.com for 30M$
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