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Purchased for $200,000 Sold for $6,500

Labeled as .mobi in Domain Selling and Domain Sales started by dande, May 9, 2019.

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  1. dande

    dande Premium Domain Names VIP

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    I doubt it will even get a bid here on Namepros
     
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  2. White Fang

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    I remember when the .mobi mania hit...reminded me of the Dutch "tulip frenzy" which crashed in 1637 (I wasn't alive then but I know some history.)
     
  3. GenericDomainz

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    Funny, but Flowers.mobi does not cost $200k, even $20k.
     
  4. Bob Hawkes

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    ... ah yes the tulip bulb crash, I am older even than most of you think and remember it well :xf.confused: back in 1637! It crashed in essentially one month (February), a single tulip bulb went from value of 380 tons of butter to, well, nothing! Read more here. The decline of the .mobi bubble is nothing by comparison! Still, that is why I invest in cheap domains - not far to fall! :-P
    - very old Bob
     
    Last edited: May 14, 2019
  5. White Fang

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    Bob, did you know any of the Dutch Masters personally? ;)
     
  6. Ariff BD

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    which is the club domain can you tell
     
  7. boker

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    the.club
     
  8. Sharadkumar

    Sharadkumar Established Member

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    Sometimes its very hard to believe that some domains actually sold for something big like flowers.mobi really not so deserving for even $500 until & unless the buyer has good plan for this name and that is different case but personally it is not deserving name. And no one predict same will happen with other new tld's in future.

    As per my view, In this highly demanded industry the only extension will survive who have big future plan for normal user instead of investors or traders. Because technically if you research then only professional people like (Domain trader or anyone who understand this industry) only believes in New Tld's or will probably invest in just as prediction that it might go well in future for better ROI. But normal public actually not aware (most off) of any New TLD's except .com. They believe that internet is all about .com. So i mean to say if any TLD's do their best to convinced normal people to use their extension for their business & service for better growth instead of convincing traders will only survive.
     
    Last edited: May 15, 2019
  9. lock

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    The plural killed it for him lol.There were some silly dot mobi sales. Then again how many were real.
     
    Last edited: May 16, 2019
  10. SirDrago

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    First of all you don't buy a bouquet of "flower" you buy a bouquet of "flowers".
    Secondly a "choice" of "flower" is flower(s).
    Simple preschool knowledge.
    Sorry to call you out on grammar but it is what it is.
     
  11. 4pm

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    :ROFL::ROFL::ROFL:
     
  12. lock

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    It is called a joke.. Of course you can give someone one flower.
     

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