Are you interested in domain investment?

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  1. Crea8

    Crea8 New Member

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    Sometime ago I bought a financial/ cryptocurrency domain name for $2395 with intention of flipping it for profit. It recently got appraised professionally and listed at $6995 on a marketplace where I submitted it for sale. Domains are a good investment too if you flip premium names like the one I acquired from a domainer with millions of dollars in his portfolio. If you're interested in buying my domain name lmk and I'll send you the domain name details.
     
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    spannermonkey Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Try posting it in the barter section
     
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    What makes it worth far more than double the price you paid for it?

    Jewellery often sells for far less than professional appraisals.

    Frankly I think getmywallet.com is a terrible domain to pay that sort of premium for, three words and it's like 'get' has been tacked on already because mywallet.com wasn't available.
     
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    I have never had luck with domain names. When Tennis Australia came up with the new format Fast4 Tennis, they registered fast4tennis.com, I quickly registered fast4tennis.net which I thought had a great ring to it. I put it up for sale but still own it.
     
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    JulieW Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    I've had a few domains that were clever but never sold. I think you need to connect to one of those quasi-fraudster domain sellers to get anything moving.
     
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    Court Jester Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    your not wrong it is a terrible domain name i wouldnt see it selling for more than $100 he is a spammer / scammer or has been fooled out of his $$$$


    and if by some small chance none of that abve is true -- there is no chance in hell it has more than doubled in price in a little over a month.
     
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    looks like spotmex was sold off to Mexicans :eek:
     
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    What do you mean by "flip"?

    One can buy countless domain names and now there are more TLD's as well. You can wait for a decade to be able to sell a single domain name.

    I know about Sedo and Afternic - marketplaces/domain sellers. Do you know any better ones?
     

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