Located in "Short" Domain Discussion, started by italiandragon, Feb 8, 2008
MEZ.com $29,000 NamesCon
XGA.com $20,000 NamesCon
DJS.com $130,000 NamesCon
June 20th, 2012
$27,500 + KOZ.com
According to DomainIQ, prior to Oliver Hoger appearing on the WHOIS registrant (2012), 2011 WHOIS for ADO.com listed Mrs Jello. (RIP Mrs Jello passed away in or around 2013)
In August 2017, Telepathy briefly appeared as the WHOIS registrant before returning back to Francois in September 2017.
Doesn't resolve now, so you may have been right.
The first registered LLL.com domain name was bbn.com (24 April 1985), and btm.com (19 July 2018) was the last one. Dropcatch has caught and sold btm.com for $48k.
You can list, filter and sort the all LLL.com domain names on dofo.com: https://dofo.com/search/?extension=com&length=3-3&hyphen=n&number=n&letter=y&idn=n&sort=cdate_a
These sales: Good cash, weak value.
Nice! Would be interesting to find out when the last remaining LLL.com was hand registered..
Even with LLLs, junk is always junk.
When junk is selling/sells...sell it.
On DNJ today
" NIQ.com - $19,000 "
Could have bought it right here for less than half this price in 2008.
9k locked up for 11 years.... Michel made the right move selling it then.
Better than you would get from a bank, but still...
Exl.com $10,000 lowest sales price in awhile, Sedo sales report today.
There has to be more to the story on exl.com. I, and I am sure many others, would be willing to pay more for that one.
I know because Brad I check Sedo everyday and filter for 3L.com looking for one of those where someone lists for $2,000 like that one a few years ago, I saw nothing. LKY.com was the cheapest at $21,000 and some change and that got picked up by PerfectDomain.com.
XiJ.com sold for $9,999 on Sedo. Lowest reported 3L.com sale in the last couple of years. $1 less than EXL.com at $10,000 in March 2019.
And EXL.com was a “mistake” - Basically sold by someone who didn’t have a clue about the domain market.
Exactly, just like DWN.com for $3,226 back in early in 2017. That lady just looked at the Sedo recommended price.
How to find those sellers :D
Usually they are people who know nothing about domaining and found Sedo through Google. If you notice Sedo no longer gives you a value on your name when you add domains, they used to do that. That's how the DWN.com lady sold so cheap.
Separate names with a comma.