Labeled as information in Domain Selling and Domain Sales, started by mAd MaX, Apr 25, 2019
What's your highest sale figure for a Handreg domain?
$1288 - last year.
Hoping to cross that figure this year.
Does a 16 year old handreg count?
Was a free domain that was included when I bought a hosting plan
$1,500 about 7 month hold
If it's handreg by you then definitely
Hold time about 6 months
Ok. Roughly $46K it is. Paid for with the money I made flipping burgers while going to uni
From flipping burgers to flipping domains. Nice!
$1500, holding time 1 day. It was not highest hand reg sale but fastest hand reg sale.
I had only one problem with the sale, seller processed payment on the same day to Dan.com and was not able to make immideately domain push as registrar had 5 day lock for push for newly registered domains, on 6th day received payment from Dan.com
Hold time -28 days
what was the domain if you dont mind me asking?
Short dictionary ccTLD. Private sale so can't disclose the name. They just forward it to their 2 word .com and bought it for an advertising campaign they were running.
Just 2 days ago I registered
Pretty sure they're going to be worth a fair bit of money
$2k in 2 days .
A hamper domain .
What's a hamper domain?
Google "Hampers "
I think I get it hahaha
can you at least say which TLD it was?
$1200, hand-reg by me in 2003, short .net brandable domain
Sure. It's a .de. I like the .de namespace although I only hold a handful these days.
No doubt. Isn't DE one of if not the top ccTLD?
Glad someone started this thread, but I have nothing personally that can compare to the many impressive sales with short hold time already listed.
Re whether 16 counts, personally I don't regard it as a hand reg if it was held more than a few years, but I know that technically if you have held it from the beginning it is a hand reg.
Hopefully @Avtar629 will post since his $25k recent sale of CoinMENA strikes me as one of the more impressive hand reg flips, especially considering it was without marketplace commission.
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