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That time when you let a one year hand reg drop and it sold for $50,000

Labeled as domains in Domain Industry News, started by equity78, Jun 15, 2021

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  1. equity78

    equity78 Top Member TheDomains Staff TLDInvestors.com PRO VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Two domain investors from China are going to be kicking themselves. NFT3.com . The domain name was registered in 2017 and dropped after one year. It was then registered in 2019 and dropped after one year. Third time was the charm and the third Chinese registrant sold the domain name for […]

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  2. The Durfer

    The Durfer Top Contributor VIP Gold Account

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    we kick ourselves more than it happens positive for us. ty. :)
     
  3. NickB

    NickB it's a mystery VIP

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    It is what it is.......got to shrug it off and keep looking forwards, if it happened to me I would not tell the other half though......
     
  4. SamQuino

    SamQuino Upgraded Member Gold Account

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    sometimes life gets in the way that lets you forget to renew your domains... unknowingly when you checked on it... these are already taken by other domain drop takers... then the worst thing you know is that some of these were bought at a very handsome higher price.
     
  5. SamQuino

    SamQuino Upgraded Member Gold Account

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    when these things happened as a domain investor... we just let it go and move on...
     
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  6. Ariff BD

    Ariff BD Restricted (15-30%)

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    I always wonder- Why & how the buyer did not notice the domain earlier when the domain was obtained by the owner?
    Why it is only sold after it was expired?!
     
  7. griff

    griff Top Contributor VIP

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    wow. and I sold N/F/T/6 dot com & N/F/T/7 dot com to @Magicpig2 for like $100 😅

    best of luck mate 🚀
     
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  8. jhm

    jhm Glazed

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    @equity78 If only we all had a crystal ball
     
  9. ReallyBigIdea.com

    ReallyBigIdea.com Established Member

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    Why so cheap?
    such a great 4 character com domain.... A new Chinese owner will flipped it for six figures.
     
  10. Amit V

    Amit V Established Member

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    I sold okok.com for $2500 10-15 years back to pay for my college semester fees :) what the hell . It was good for me at that time and brought food to the table. What happens in the future who knows.
     
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  11. bbboy5

    bbboy5 Established Member

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    Did anyone noticed that :--
    NFT2.com sold at GoDaddy for just $340 on 27th May 2021
    NFT3.com sold at SEDO for $50K on 13th June 2021
    Why "3" in demand ? Something is cooking ?
     
  12. bbboy5

    bbboy5 Established Member

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    I agree. because 15 years back $2500 is about $20k to 25K of today's value. So it was not bad at all, but one can learn from this is that patience pay's well, because if you will sell this 4L today then it could easily bring $1M+
     
  13. CraigD

    CraigD Top Contributor VIP

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    That is a massive inflation rate you are suggesting.
     
  14. bbboy5

    bbboy5 Established Member

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    Expecting money double in every five years, it is not only about inflation but you need to see the trends and markets etc. so it is not massive I think.
     

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