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FIBR Sold @ 75,000

Labeled as discuss in Domain Selling and Domain Sales, started by Ace3coiner, Aug 5, 2020

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  1. Ace3coiner

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    How incredible is the sale of this name for 5-figure sum


    fibr.com 75,000 USD 2020-08-04 Domaincracy


    What are your thoughts on the sale!



    Many Thanks
     
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  2. kalr

    kalr Top Contributor VIP

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  3. gotasale

    gotasale Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    This is very very lucky seller
    This lottery winning happens sometimes with those who owns thousands of names

    the name doesn't say anything special . Only in the eyes of this enduser who paid 75k

    I would pay only 300$ for it
     
  4. gotasale

    gotasale Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Wow the seller bought it for 3800$

    And he was listing it for 270,000$!

    May be there is something I don't get about this name
     
  5. koolishman

    koolishman Upgraded Member Blue Account

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    One man's sh*t is another man's treasure.

    Domaining, like art, is subjective! Period.
     
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  6. kalr

    kalr Top Contributor VIP

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    Based on the word "fiber", fibr(dot) taken more than 40 extensions including popular tld, cctld.. gtld's

    and this is 4L, one letter different from the original word.
     
  7. kaposzta

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    Fibr is a fantastic name, $3800 was a bargain.
    The 75k is maybe a bit high, but fiber, the alternative, is easily a 7 fig domain (if available for purchase).
     
  8. AEProgram

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    If the buyer turns it into a big business than 75k will be a bargain.

    All relevant, 3800 for fibr was a big risk and i'm happy it paid off for him.
     
  9. DomainVP

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    Could be telecommunications or a food brand
     
  10. DomainBarracksRob

    DomainBarracksRob Top Contributor VIP

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    Great name and Sale EASY low 5Fig and UP all day! for this name( If you wait)

    Pronounceable 4L with the ( FIBeR) word play minus 1 character )

    Not surprised at all 2.5k to 3.8k still a good deal if you can afford to put that much into 1 name and wait.

    I mean (Q//u/a//z) dot COM just sold at Dropcatch 2 days ago for $1.9K...I ALMOST bid on it/wanted to...but look at what it's listed for now ;)

    Good 4Ls that are pronounceable will always be a great investment.
     
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  11. lambo.com

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    That's the least I'd take for it
     
  12. TauseefKhan

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    one thing we should note that increasing domain extensions which is causing confusion and depleting inventory of good and readily available domain names (com) at a fair price is reducing.

    The buyer may have evaluated everything. Fantastic deal for the seller.
     
  13. The Durfer

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    congrats! I think with the sale of the typo or missing letter at $75k makes the spelled out word even more valuable like another zero on the end of the final sale for fiber.com. hmmmmm :)
     
  14. lambo.com

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    How should I appraise eese? (dotcom) :pompous:
     
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  15. ilesanmion

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    Another viewpoint for that big figure sale may be because of the first three letters: FIB.
    My opinion though.
     
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  19. rajdomains

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    FIBR.com is a premium 4 letter domain. Taken in 20+ TLDs
    Really one of the great sale.... Many Congrats to the lucky seller.
     
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  20. 4better

    4better Established Domainer VIP

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    Remarkable sale. Nice strategy. Congrats!
     
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  23. Ace3coiner

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    "A small business who buys a domain in a new extension will essentially be invisible on the web"

    - Ron Jackson
     
  24. rawapesona

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    very lucky seller
     

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