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Webinar to Discuss Global Domain Report 2024

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Last month, InterNetX and Sedo released its annual Global Domain Report for 2024. This report offers a comprehensive look at the state of the domain name space and includes insights and some predictions from people who work in all sectors of the industry.

On April 17, Sedo and InterNetX will be hosting a webinar to discuss the report. The webinar is free to attend but advance registration is required to be able to access the webinar live. A link to register along with further details about the event can be seen here:

Sedo to Host .AI Auction

.AI domain names have become a popular topic of late. Some of the most popular domain industry auctions these days are the monthly expiry auctions operated by the .AI ccTLD registry.

Sedo just announced it will be hosting its own auction featuring .AI domain names:

Scaffolding Company Gets Industry Matching .com for Under $50k

Sedo’s Senior Broker Dave Evanson reported the sale of Scaffolding.com yesterday. The domain name sold for $46,666, and it was the largest domain name of the week publicly reported at Sedo.

Notably, the domain name is already being used by the buyer.

Whiskey.com Sold for $250k via Sedo

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Yesterday on LinkedIn, Sedo’s Frank Tillmanns reported the sale of Whiskey.com without mentioning the purchase price. The domain name had been on the market for quite some time, and the transaction recently closed via Sedo.

You.ai Sold for $700,000 via Sedo (Updated)

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Sedo published its weekly domain name sales report today, and the largest sale was You.ai, which transacted for $700,000 USD. The domain name was sold via Sedo’s platform rather than through a SedoMLS partner.

This sale sets the public record for .AI domain name sales, according to NameBio. Prior to the $700,000 sale of You.ai, the largest .AI domain name sale was Stack.ai, which sold for $258,888 earlier this year via Afternic. The next highest sale was the sale of NPC.ai for $250,000. That domain name was also sold this year via Sedo.

How to Remove Unauthorized Listings from Sedo

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It is frustrating to see a domain name I own listed for sale on a sales venue without my permission. Sometimes these listings are from a prior owner, sometimes they are done in error, and sometimes they’re fraudulent. Not only can this prevent a domain registrant from listing names that are already listed, a potential buyer could see the name listed for a lower price and have that price in mind when subsequently negotiating a purchase.

When I see one of my names listed for sale somewhere without my permission, I quickly contact my account manager or the support team to request the removal of the listing ASAP. Every sales venue has a procedure for reporting unauthorized listings.

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