Domain name deals can be complicated. Some deals are straight up cash for the domain name, some are based on a payment plan (either using an escrow service or owner holding the name), some deals are financed by a third party company (like Domain Capital), others involve an ownership stake or ongoing royalties that require the domain name be held by a third party, and there are even more complicated deal structures. People seem to report deals / sales at different junctures. Most commonly, a domain name is reported as sold by a brokerage or marketplace once the domain name → Read More
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