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Looks like CryptoMedia.com SOLD - 6 Figure Sale

Labeled as .com in Domain Name Sales started by ramkumaritrvs, Apr 11, 2018.

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  1. ramkumaritrvs

    ramkumaritrvs RapidNames.com PRO VIP

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    Hi,

    I am watching CryptoMedia.com/ .net / .org domain. Looks like it was sold on 9th April 2018, Whois showing [email protected]

    It was listed for $250,000 BIN.

    Surely it was 6 figure sale but not sure about exact numbers.

    Crypto market is still down but Crypto domains are selling HoT.

    Congrats to seller and buyer (y)
     
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  2. ramkumaritrvs

    ramkumaritrvs RapidNames.com PRO VIP

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    Whois has been update now and it looks like end user sale
     
  3. endahpertiwi

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    congratulations for sellers and buyers
     
  4. Coinking

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  5. Mahouni

    Mahouni Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Monster name and a decent buy for an end user, congrats to both!
     
  6. TERADOMAIN

    TERADOMAIN Active Member VIP

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    Hi,

    Thanks for sharing. Yes Market is up and down. But premium assets are selling for premium price with long term vision. Market volatility is temporary which is true for any market.

    Thanks
     
  7. MediaCode

    MediaCode Established Member

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    What was listed in the WHOIS prior to the update to the end user information?
     
  8. Coinking

    Coinking Upgraded Member Blue Account

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    Crypto market down but crypto domain is up
     
  9. creataweb

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  10. stewmath

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    Very good profit on the sellers $1000 purchase in 2012 then

    congrats
     
  11. CarlosJay

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    Excellent sale!

    Crypto domains are a bit of a proxy 'trade' on the underlying crypto market. Like stocks, quality will always hold value as long as the market believes in its fundamentals.

    In general though, the crypto domain market is in for one hell of a ride if Bitcoin moves to test the 20K high!
     
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  13. ramkumaritrvs

    ramkumaritrvs RapidNames.com PRO VIP

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    Escrow.com concierge whois.
     
  14. mrcurly

    mrcurly Active Member VIP

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    Amazing!
     
  15. Josh R

    Josh R Owner of BrandConsultants.com & TheDomainBlog.com PRO Blue Account VIP

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    Guys... We have no way of knowing this was sold for 250K.

    This could have sold for 50K or even 10K for all we know.
     
  16. Keith

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    Bingo. Everyone is making assumptions when they have no clue.
     
  17. mrcurly

    mrcurly Active Member VIP

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    But if we all say it was $250k then this makes all our crypto domains more valuable keith so SHHHHHHH! 😁
     
  18. Josh R

    Josh R Owner of BrandConsultants.com & TheDomainBlog.com PRO Blue Account VIP

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    Did you hear that Vacation.Rentals sold for 500K.... We should probably all invest in nGTLDs now :banghead:
     
  19. Jasonn

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    its been in privacy at netsol for years. Not sure who previously owned it. I'm sure it sold for at least high five if not six figs.
     
  20. Acmonides

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    What can i say ?

    Mar 20, 2018 - Cryptokitties, one of the first successful games on blockchain, just raised $12 million from investors at Andreessen Horowitz and Union Square Ventures. The game, which was developed as part of a development studio, is breaking off as its own company thanks to the funding.
     
  21. domeen

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    My crystal ball says it was sold for $1k.
     
  22. platey

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    That as may be but there aren't many markets globally as hot as crypto is at the moment and this domain is one of the best two keywords in a very hot market

    There are no doubt investors who would pay 6 figures to sit on it for a couple of years
     
  23. Kenny

    Kenny NamePros Staff Member Services Gold Account VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Do you have evidence of your claim or are you just guessing?

    Peace,
    Kenny
     
  24. ramkumaritrvs

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    I knew seller had offers in six figure... It may not sold for $250k but surely it's six figure sale.

    I just mentioned that it was listed $250k BIN before changing whois.:xf.cool:
     
  25. Shaun Lun

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    Wow! Congrats to seller. That lifted my spirit. I am trying to sell my CryptoMinter. Please sell for good price hihi :xf.grin:
     

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