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Call.com Sold for $1.6 Million

Another publicly reported 7 figure domain name sale has closed this year. The Call.com domain name was sold via Sedo for $1.6 million USD. The domain name sale was reported by Sedo broker Frank Tillmanns on Twitter this morning:

Sedo Adds 6 New Payment Options

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Sedo announced the addition of six new payment options for domain name buyers using its platform. According to a representative from Sedo, “[T]hese additional payment methods are particularly advantageous for domain sellers: they ensure that buyers worldwide can now choose their preferred local payment method, making it even easier to purchase domains.”

Buyers can now purchase domain names using these six options:

Yachts.com Sold via Sedo for a Big Gain

Less than a year ago, Eric Borgos announced that he acquired the Yachts.com domain name for $350,000, and he shared his plans for the business he intended to build on it. Andrew Allemann labeled it a “gutsy move,” and I agree considering the global Covid pandemic limited travel for quite some time.

This morning, Sedo broker Frank Tillmanns announced that Yachts.com was sold via Sedo. Frank mentioned the deal was co-brokered by Andrew Miller:

GCP.com Sold for $550,000 via Sedo

Yesterday morning, Dave Evanson, Senior Broker at Sedo, reported the sale of GCP.com for $550,000. The domain name was sold via Sedo:

Did Domain Name Give Away Washington NFL Rebrand?

A fraternity brother of mine is a news television director for Fox 5 in Washington, DC. Yesterday, he reached out to chat with me on Twitter about a domain name that could be related to the rebranded Washington NFL football team. Commanders.com recently transferred to MarkMonitor and is now registered to its DNStination privacy service.

The Washington Football Team, formerly known as the Washington Redskins, is undergoing a rebrand. Speculation has mounted for many months about the new name of the NFL team. When Commanders.com transferred to the brand protection registrar used by the NFL for some of its domain names, people began speculating that the NFL team would soon be known as the Washington Commanders:

Portugal.com Sold for $350,000 via Sedo’s Great Domains Auction

The largest sale in last month’s Great Domains auction at Sedo was Portugal.com for $350,000. As with all auctions, a domain name is not really considered sold until the transaction is processed by the platform. It looks like the sale of Portugal.com has gone through, according to a tweet from Sedo:

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