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Arjun Oli

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PrivateJet.com was purchased for a staggering $30 million, and the buyer utilized this domain name to prominently display his willingness to invest a significant sum in acquiring it. This remarkable transaction raises eyebrows and sparks curiosity.
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Did you broker the sale?
 
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Pretty sure this was not $30 million in cash for the domain

Was a mixture of cash + equity all the way back in/around 2012?........I think
 
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PrivateJet.com was purchased for a staggering $30 million, and the buyer utilized this domain name to prominently display his willingness to invest a significant sum in acquiring it. This remarkable transaction raises eyebrows and sparks curiosity.
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When was transaction? Recent? Thanks!
 
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No, this transaction was made in 2007, but its main vison has still not been developed. Therefore, I have some curiosity about it.
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Sooooooo in 2007 someone bought this domain for 30 milli and its nothing today? I have for sure seen many high priced names without a developed page so I do believe it is possible but highly unprobable. In today's money that would be what $41 million?
 
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Sooooooo in 2007 someone bought this domain for 30 milli and its nothing today? I have for sure seen many high priced names without a developed page so I do believe it is possible but highly unprobable. In today's money that would be what $41 million?
Absolutely! It's quite interesting to note that many top-notch premium domains are still awaiting development. Those who purchase these domains, filled with high-valued keywords and numbers, often treat them as digital assets. In my opinion, we can categorize domain buyers into three main types: investors, traders, and utilizers. Each group has its own unique approach and purpose when it comes to acquiring domains.
 
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Absolutely! It's quite interesting to note that many top-notch premium domains are still awaiting development. Those who purchase these domains, filled with high-valued keywords and numbers, often treat them as digital assets. In my opinion, we can categorize domain buyers into three main types: investors, traders, and utilizers. Each group has its own unique approach and purpose when it comes to acquiring domains.
I would 110% completely agree with your analysis. Ill ad all have different ways of negotiating as well. I'd put developers as #1. Investors #2 and traders #3. The vast majority I deal with are take it or leave it attitude.
 
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