Labeled as showcase in Niche Domain Discussion, started by Keith, Feb 3, 2021
I sold digitaldollars.com years ago. Not many sales I regret but this one haunts me.
I think you could sell it for mid-high $XX,XXX in 2021..
Fed chair Jerome Powell told Congress that developing a digital dollar is a "high priority project for us,"
Just Renewed DigiPolicy//com
Don't know if it'd be worth it
@Keith how do you pick these winners? years before the niche kicks off? are you always looking at future trends
I really like World, Fund and DigitalDollars DigitalEuros mind blown
I’m searching on lean domain search is it better to go
Digital + Keyword
Keyword + Digital The keyword would need to make sense for it to work.
Yes, always looking ahead at upcoming tech.
Digital Bank Account
Are digital banks becoming the new norm?
It’s worth millions now. I still have Dollars.io and prices are climbing fast!
Apparently, the .net just got sold at Dan
sold a few days ago e-euros.com for $50 lol I forgot to change a price on Afternic and its gone for cheap. my Dynadot listing was with BIN $299
it is not a digital domain but e- prefix and digital meaning the same things.
Someone just sold:
Offered a weird amount today from someone in Asia
@mrcurly if it's a "real" offer - it actually seems to be a pretty smart offer (IMO).
Why? It is so vague in terms of the + or - $250 - $500 (likely expected counter). I would be wondering are they playing it as I cant afford over 2500 & 2346 is soo close to the 3000 counter they are expecting (&most will cave to in domain sales) - maybe the hope is yuo come back 2500 - easy deal?
Or maybe they are looking to play it the exact opposite and play it weak (under 2500 offer) - & try and play you down 500 on the other side?
Or it's just late and I am overthinking it. HAHAHA
Night + GL!
It's just the outcome of a currency conversion.
@Future Sensors That makes 100% perfect sense - no more posting after 9:30pm for me anymore.
But you had some valid points as well
I'm not sure either.
is it worth reg-fee?
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