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Sedo has shared the latest weekly report of select domain sales, topped by Bagels.com that was sold for $500,000 dollars.
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All the below are trademarked names and yet sold for a high price. If one of your domain is a trademarked name how to sell it safely?

bagels.com 500000 USD
soga.com 50000 USD
muenzer.com 30000 EUR
newlion.com 24000 USD
nuda.com 23000 USD
 
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All the below are trademarked names and yet sold for a high price. If one of your domain is a trademarked name how to sell it safely?

bagels.com 500000 USD
soga.com 50000 USD
muenzer.com 30000 EUR
newlion.com 24000 USD
nuda.com 23000 USD

A trademark doesn’t automatically give you the right to the .com nor stop someone else from using it.
 
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A trademark doesn’t automatically give you the right to the .com nor stop someone else from using it.
Yes. But when listed in the marketplaces / auctions, wouldn't it be easier for them to raise a concern and claim it? Even if you are not contacting them, what if someone else contacts them to negotiate with a hope of buying the domain from the seller at a lower price... Just checking the possibilities.
 
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Yes. But when listed in the marketplaces / auctions, wouldn't it be easier for them to raise a concern and claim it? Even if you are not contacting them, what if someone else contacts them to negotiate with a hope of buying the domain from the seller at a lower price... Just checking the possibilities.

Trademarks are for specific categories. Having a trademark in one category doesn’t stop anyone else using the same name in another.

The specific case of someone front running names is a small possibility that in most cases isn’t worth worrying about.

Read up all of @jberryhill posts to go much deeper on all of this.
 
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