Guess they don't mind the $700 yearly premium. But, then again that's nothing compared to xxx,xxx. Most domainers wouldn't touch it because of the renewal. Which means that is one amazing, perfect, and great sale!
The sale was canceled.Guess they don't mind the $700 yearly premium. But, then again that's nothing compared to xxx,xxx. Most domainers wouldn't touch it because of the renewal. Which means that is one amazing, perfect, and great sale!
back on the market. I think the buyer must have had ties to ftx exchange and could no longer carry the monthly instalment costs. Got to keep their first payment, re-pricing and moving on now.
This was not a literal statement.. i was suggesting this could be a legitimate reason for the cancellation. The buyer asked to payoff in full just a couple of days after the name was purchased on an instalment plan so they could save paying the monthly surcharge. We made an agreement on price, The FTX collapse happened just a couple days after that and the buyer went silent. I have no specific proof that they had crypto tied to the exchange but their momentum shifted quickly in line with the collapse of FTX. I have no further info to provide about the sale and cancellation. The name has been relisted for sale.Why do you think the 'buyer' had ties to FTX exchange?
I have multiple domains on payment plans at the moment.
Thanks for clarifying that.Historically I never report a sale if on instalment plan until all payments are received. Squadhelp posted the name as sold on their website and I got tackled by a couple dozen people right away asking me to confirm the sale. Many more started posting that the name sold prior to my tweet, which created more emails, messages on twitter, being tagged etc.
In future, I will no longer share domain sales, there is no benefit to me.. I always share sales and info on domains to help other investors, I’ve done this for 15 years. No further info from me. Regards.