Today: GDPR rendering Whois privacy protection services useless / Seal.tv sold for $2,000! / GoodAdvice.com sold for $9,750 / And more!
Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:
Sold “Tutorial.app” for 5000€ – Wow! A mid-four-figure .app domain name sales report. Have you been seeing ,any .apps sell for amounts like this?
Web.com Acquires NameJet – Did anyone else see that coming? What were the signs? Take a look at what domain investors are saying about this acquisition and how it may or may not affect how NameJet continues it’s day to day operations.
DoveOfPeace.com – The dove is used in a lot of religious scriptures to represent peace, harmony, love, faith, and freedom. Does a three-word, eleven-letter, .com domain name asset like this one hold any value for the dove?
Seal.tv sold for $2,000! – Chalk another four-figure ccTLD domain name sales report up for .tv and a four-letter dictionary word. Look out everyone, .tv is rolling strong.
GoodAdvice.com sold for $9,750 – Now, that’s not a bad sale for a ten-letter,two-word, brandable, .com. Do you think it shou8ld have sold for more or less than what it sold for?
GDPR rendering Whois privacy protection services useless – Has anyone else noticed that GDPR is making it more difficult to verify who a domain owner is so you can research more accurately and protect yourself from potential fraud?
The appraisal value correlation between .com vs .net vs .org – If a .com is sold for a set amount, how much would the identical name in .net and .org be valued at? At what percentage does the value of a word drop between extensions? Check out what other investors are saying.
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