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  1. treasure28

    treasure28 Established Member

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  2. Amzymayor

    Amzymayor Established Member

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    Sold convex/info
    Bought for $1.17 on 1and1 on Oct. 11
    First offer was $135 then I countered with $250 which he accepted. I had to hit myself when he accepted that counter. The buyer was smart not to have hit the BIN at $499.

    Sold venue Undeveloped
    Net: $226.33

    Thanks for reading 😉
     
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  4. dragtastic

    dragtastic Active Member VIP

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    3rd over the span of 6 months and I searched top 200 coins based on market cap and registered dozens in the form of Symbol + coin .coms
     
  5. Josh R

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

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    I have a wholesale thread in the fixed price section which many members have purchased loads of great names for cheap over the last month.

    One that was listed on my wholesale thread sold yesterday for $9,888 on Afternic. Solo/fi dot king.

    Based on a recent TM application, it looks like it probably sold to a tax escrow and tax payment service.
     
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  6. Haris

    Haris Best Domainer Of The End-Times VIP

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    Timeless/Brand dotcom

    Sale venue: Uniregistry
    Listing type: Make Offer
    Seller: Me
    Asking price: Min. $2000 offer (i don't know why i did this, maybe it was supposed to be the BIN)
    Sale price: $4000

    Details:
    Held it for over a year or two, don't remember. @Recons.Com suggested that it's "suitable for a marketing campaign for a large company with 100+ years of history". I contacted Coca Cola, Pepsi and a few more, Pepsi replied with a 'no thanks'.

    Tried to sell it for as low as $15 at NP auction, fortunately no one bid.

    And then comes the Uniregistry broker telling me a buyer is offering $4000 max. I didn't even remember listing any domain at Uniregistry. The broker also revealed the identity of the buyer, noob mistake, I could've bypassed him and saved $600 commission. I accepted the offer, found out the buyer is a famous youtuber with 8 million subscribers. Then this happened.

    https://twitter.com/TalFishman_/status/993571004612984832
    https://www.namepros.com/threads/need-a-little-help-with-a-sale.1080143/

    Even though my domain lost in the poll (I don't understand how!), the buyer knew Timeless/Brand is much better than TimelessMerch.. and so the story ends, I lived happily ever after.
     
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  7. Haykay2005

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    Fantastic. I remember voting for this name on Twitter. Congrats
     
  8. MetBob

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    Congrats! paradox is an interesting name and you got a good price imho - according to Namebio only 18 .shop TLD have sold for more (at least those publicly recorded). Will be interesting to see what sort of shop it gets used for as it is a very versatile term.
     
  9. Aelder99

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    b/r/a/n/d/m/u dotcom
    Sale venue: Brandpa
    Sale price: $1350
    Cost: Reg fee
    Net Profit: around $1000

    Held for about a year was considering selling at wholesale.

    P/i/x/e/l/F/o/r/c/e dotcom
    Sale venue: Outbound
    Sale price: $2500
    Cost: $511
    Net Profit: around $1900

    Sold this one within a month of the purchase, used some of my profit from the b/r/a/n/d/m/u dotcom sale to buy it. Sold to a company that owns the .com.au
     
  10. bluemeteor

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    Vir tual do/mi/nion king
    Afternic $299 bin
    Handreg last oct

    Also listed at undeveloped for lower price. But buyers didn’t buy from there. Now Need to wait 20 days or what to collect the money.

    Only 3 records for this suffix on namebio. But I consider this to be one of the better ones. It was live before, as well as the co.uk. .net is still taken.
     
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  11. Haris

    Haris Best Domainer Of The End-Times VIP

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    Congrats. What was your asking price for P/i/x/e/l/F/o/r/c/e dotcom?
     
  12. Aelder99

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    I originally asked 8k but the buyer countered at 2.5k tried to get them up a bit more but they seemed set on that price. I didn't want to lose the sale and it was a quick turn around so I accepted.
     
  13. November

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    Handreg?
     
  14. Josh R

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

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    Yesir
     
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    Domain Name: NBET/net
    Sale Venue: NameCape.com
    Sale Type: BIN
    Sale Price: $1500
    Sale Date: May 14, 2018
    Commission paid: 0
    Purchase cost: $11 (GD closeouts)
    Hold time: 3 years

    Details: Buyer initiated Escrow.com transaction via NameCape.com landing page. Service fees paid by buyer.

    Special thanks to @Jackson Elsegood at escrow.com for his input in solving the initial technical issues encountered during the transaction

    !nbet-net-escrow2.png
     
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  17. A/t/m/o/s/p/h/e/r/e [.] tv
    Sold for $5000 on Undeveloped
    Listed for $15,000, buyer offered $3000, agreed on $5000 after some back and forth
    Handreg (or maybe bought on NP for cheap) in 2010, I think
    About $4300 net after renewals, etc

    Interestingly, I just ran it through Namejet auctions last month without a nibble. Lucky for me :xf.smile:
     
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  18. Keith DeBoer

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  21. Too cheap I believe. This could have been worth high $xxx to mid $x,xxx domain.
     
  22. elevator

    elevator DnCombo.com VIP

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    Ipreviously listed it for $1500 reserve price but no backorder than 7 for three times.

    Very unfortunate with the sale, I placed it on no reserve and 22 backordered it, but sold in the last one minute for that amount.
    The domain was previously sold for $3400 and dropped last year.
    But well! You know the game is; you gain some amd lose some.
     
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  23. bluemeteor

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    I saw it was registered at 2017, maybe you didn't hold long enough.
     
  24. domainwest

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    Make offer or Bin?
     
  25. BuyBrandWeb.com

    BuyBrandWeb.com Praveen C Gold Account

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    It had a BIN of $1288 usd then buyer made an offer of 500 usd and after multiple counter offers, we both agreed to $1000 USD.
    Buyer paid on same day :)
     

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